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" He was witty upon the prisoners at the bar. He was very full of his jokes upon people that came to give evidence, not suffering them to declare what they had to say in their own way and method, but would interrupt them because they behaved themselves... "
Lives of Twelve Bad Men: Original Studies of Eminent Scoundrels by Various ... - Страница 69
под редакцията на - 1894 - 373 страници
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Проблемы истории современной советской деревни: 1946-1973 гг. : материалы ...

1813 - 507 страници
...of his maiies Tower of London. From the original warrant in the Tower. XVII. SIR GEORGE JEFFERIES. " But I cannot be silent as to our chief judge, and...will appear more probable : his name is Sir GEORGE JEFFERIES, who I must say behaved more like a jack pudding, than with that gravity that beseems a judge...

An Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of James ..., Том 5

William Harris - 1814
...the above-cited speech, speaking of him when chief justice of Chester, said, " Sir George Jefferies, I must say, behaved himself more like a jack-pudding, than with that gravity that becomes a judge. He was mighty witty upon the prisoners at the bar : he was very full of his jokes...

Retrospective Review: And Historical and Antiquarian Magazine, Том 8

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1823
...bar, in the reign of Charles. " Sir George Jefferies," said Mr. Booth, in the speech cited above, " I must say, behaved himself more like a jack-pudding, than with that gravity that becomes a judge. He was mighty witty upon the prisoners at the bar : he was very full of his jokes...

The Retrospective review [ed. by H. Southern].

Henry Southern - 1823
...bar, in the reign of Charles. " Sir George Jefferies," said Mr. Booth, in the speech cited above, " I must say, behaved himself more like a jack-pudding, than with that gravity that becomes a judge. He was mighty witty upon the prisoners at the bar : he was very full of his jokes...

The Lives of the Right Hon. Francis North, Baron Guilford, Lord Keeper of ...

Roger North - 1826
...has thus described the conduct of Jeffries, while he filled the place of Chief Justice of Chester. " But I cannot be silent as to our Chief Judge, and...have to say will appear more probable. His name is Welshman than himself. Sir Job laid this heavily upon his heart, and desired only that he might speak...

The Lives of the Right Hon. Francis North, Baron Guilford, Lord Keeper of ...

Roger North - 1826 - 475 страници
...thus described the conduct of Jeffries, while he filled the place of . Chief Justice of Chester. " But I cannot be silent as to our Chief Judge, and...have to say will appear more probable. His name is Welshman than himself. Sir Job laid this heavily upon his heart, and desired only that he might speak...

Eminent British Lawyers

Henry Roscoe - 1830 - 428 страници
...550. puisne judge I have nothing to say against hint, for he is a very honest man, for aught I know ; but I cannot be silent as to our chief judge, and...will appear more probable. His name is Sir George Jefferies, who, I must say, behaved himself more like a jack-pudding than with that gravity which becomes...

The Southern Review, Том 7

1831
...to say against, for he is a very honest man, for aught 1 know. " But I cannot be silent as regards our chief judge, and I will name him, because what...himself more like a jack-pudding, than with that gravity that beseems a judge ; he was mighty witty upon the prisoners at the bar; he was very full of his jokes...

Southern Review, Том 7

1831
...for he is a very honest man, for aught I know. " But I cannot be silent as regards our chief jndge, and I will name him, because what I have to say will...himself more like a jack-pudding, than with that gravity that beseems a judge ; be was mighty witty upon the prisoners at the bar; he was very full of his jokes...

The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Том 1

1831
...our puisne judge I have nothing to say against him, for he is a very honest man for aught I 1cnpw ; but I cannot be silent as to our chief judge, and I will name him, because whit I have to say will appear more probable : his name is Sir George Jeffreys, who I must say, behaved...




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