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" Lords have heard with what humility and grief you have confessed the fact, I do not doubt they will signify so much to the King, and mediate for his grace towards you. "
Celebrated Trials Connected with the Aristocracy in the Relations of Private ... - Seite 17
von Peter Burke - 1849 - 505 Seiten
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1830
...events, ' by her demeanour, which, in my opinion, was more curious and confident than was fit for her, a lady in such distress ; and yet she shed, or made show of, some tears, divers times.' It was a circumstance so singular as to excite remark, that no uncivil language was used by the court...
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The Great Oyer of Poisoning: The Trial of the Earl of Somerset for the ...

Andrew Amos - 1846 - 551 Seiten
...to the Lord High Steward. An officer of the Court upon his knee delivered to the Lord High Steward the white staff. Sentence of death was then passed,...mediate his Majesty on her behalf for his gracious favor and mercy, which they promised to do; and then, expressing her inward sorrow by the many tears...
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The Great Oyer of Poisoning: the Trial of the Earl of Somerset for the ...

Andrew AMOS (Professor of Laws, Cambridge.) - 1846 - 551 Seiten
...to the Lord High Steward. An officer of the Court upon his knee delivered to the Lord High Steward the white staff. Sentence of death was then passed,...mediate his Majesty on her behalf for his gracious favor and mercy, which they promised to do; and then, expressing her inward sorrow by the many tears...
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The Church of England quarterly review, Band 21

1847
...eye-witness, won pity (!) by her sober demeanour which, in my opinion, was more curious and confident than was fit for a lady in such distress, and yet...shed, or made show of, some tears, divers times." Had this woman, peerless in guilt and beauty, put herself upon her trial and stood upon her innocence,...
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The St. James's Magazine, Band 8

1863
...arraignment, " won pity by her sober demeanour, which, in my opinion, was more curious and confident than was fit for a lady in such distress; and yet...after sentence given, in a most humble, yet not base mauner, besought the Lord High Steward, and then likewise the rest of the Lords, that they would be...
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Royal favourites, Band 1

1865
...arraignment, " won pity by her sober demeanour, which, in my opinion, was more curious and confident than was fit for a lady in such distress ; and yet...yet not base manner, besought the Lord High Steward, and then likewise the rest of the lords, that they would be pleased to mediate his majesty on her behalf,...
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Royal Favourites, Band 1

Mrs. Elizabeth Stone - 1865
...arraignment, " won pity by her sober demeanour, which, in my opinion, was more curious and confident than was fit for a lady in such distress; and yet...yet not base manner, besought the Lord High Steward, and then likewise the rest of the lords, that they would be pleased to mediate his majesty on her behalf,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Band 249

1880
...the same: "She won pity by her sober demeanour, which in my opinion was more curious and confident than was fit for a lady in such distress, and yet she shed or made show of some tears divers times. She was used with more respect than is usual, nothing being aggravated against her by any circumstance,...
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An Account of the Life and Times of Francis Bacon, Band 2

James Spedding - 1880
...confident than was fit for a Lady in such dis1615-16.] SENTENCE OF THE COUNTESS OF SOMERSET. 103 tress ; and yet she shed or made show of some tears divers times. She was used with more respect than usual, nothing being aggravated against her by any circumstance,...
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Stories from the State Papers, Band 2

Alexander Charles Ewald - 1882
...curious and confident than was fit for a lady in such 1 State Papers, Domestic, May 25, 1616. * Ibid. distress, and yet she shed or made show of some tears divers times. She was used with more respect than is usual, nothing being aggravated against her by any circumstance,...
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