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" But when they came to straights and interruptions, for want of gravity in the beasts, or too much in the riders, there happened some curvetting which made no little disorder. Judge Twisden to his great affright, and the consternation of his grave brethren,... "
A History of the Court of Chancery: With Practical Remarks on the Recent ... - Seite 203
von Joseph Parkes - 1828 - 152 Seiten
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The Works of John Dryden: Now First Collected in Eighteen Volumes ..., Band 9

John Dryden - 1808
...disorder. Judge Twisden, to his great affright, and the consternation of his grave brethren, was laid all along in the dirt ; but all at length arrived safe, without loss of life or limb in the service." J This whimsical fancy of setting grave judges on managed horses, with hazard both of damage and ridicule,...
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Retrospective Review: And Historical and Antiquarian Magazine, Band 7

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1823
...in the riders, there happened some curvetting, which made no little disorder. Judge Twisden, to his great affright, and the consternation of his grave...like frolic for the future, and the very next term they fell to their coaches as before." If lie would know in what dress the chancellor sat to administer...
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The Retrospective Review

1823
...in the riders, there happened some curvetting, which made no little disorder. Judge Twisden, to his great affright, and the consternation of his grave...like frolic for the future, and the very next term they fell to their coaches as before." If he would know in what dress the chancellor sat to administer...
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The retrospective review, Band 7

1823
...in the riders, there happened some curvetting, which made no little disorder. Judge Twisden, to his great affright, and the consternation of his grave...like frolic for the future, and the very next term they fell to their coaches as before." If he would know in what dress the chancellor sat to administer...
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Westminster hall, or, Professional relics and anecdotes of the bar ..., Band 2

Henry Roscoe, Thomas Roscoe - 1825
...was laid along in the dirt. But all at length arrived safe, without the loss of life or LAWYERS. 99 limb in the service. This accident was enough to divert...very next term after, they fell to their coaches, as before. I do not mention this as any way evil in itself, but only as a levity and an ill-judged...
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The Lives of the Right Hon. Francis North, Baron Guilford, Lord ..., Band 1

Roger North, Henry Roscoe - 1826
...in the riders, there happened some curvetting, which made no small disorder. Judge Twisden, to his great affright, and the consternation of his grave...the very next term after, they fell to their coaches as before." (Examen, p. 57-) increased : for either of these provinces brought too much upon the shoulders...
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The Southern Review, Band 3

1829
...in the riders, there happened some curvetting, which made no little disorder. Judge Twisden, to his great affright, and the consternation of his grave...the dirt. But all, at length, arrived safe, without the loss of life or limb in the service." Shaftesbury's judicial merits, however, strange to tell,...
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The Legal Observer, Or, Journal of Jurisprudence, Band 1

1831
...in the riders, there happened some curvetting, which made no little disorder. Judge Twisden, to his great affright, and the consternation of his grave brethren, was laid along iu the dirt : but all, at length, arrived safe without loss of life or limbs in the service. This accident...
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The life of the first earl of Shaftesbury, by B. Martyn and dr. Kippis, ed ...

Benjamin Martyn, Andrew Kippis - 1836
...the riders, there happened some curveting which made no little disorder ; and Judge Twisden, to his great affright and the consternation of his grave brethren, was laid along in the dirt.^j When Lord Treasurer Clifford took the oaths "is sPeech at swearing before him, Lord Shaftesbury...
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Christian Examiner, Band 11;Band 29

1841
...disorder. Judge Twisden, to his great affright, and the consternation of his brethren, was laid all along in the dirt ; but all at length arrived safe, without loss of life or limb in the service." (North's Examen. p. 60.) It is a happy thing for the British constitution that, while it has retained...
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