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" ... neither the judges nor any present at the trial did believe him guilty, but that he was a poor distracted wretch, weary of his life, and chose to part with it this way. "
The life of Edward earl of Clarendon, written by himself. [on large paper ... - Страница 96
по Edward Hyde (1st earl of Clarendon.) - 1827
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An Essay on the Principles of Circumstantial Evidence: Illustrated by ...

William Wills - 1857 - 283 страници
...throw away his life, which he might have saved though he had been guilty, since he was accused only upon his own confession, yet neither the judges nor...but that he was a poor distracted wretch, weary of life and chose to part with it this way."(y) A very remarkable case of this nature was that of the...

Popular history of England, Том 4

Charles Knight - 1858
...hanged, much to the disgrace of the administration of justice. " Neither the judges," says Clarendon, " nor any present at the trial, did believe him guilty...of his life, and chose to part with it this way." Dryden's stanzas on the Fire tbus conclude, with reference to the popular superstition, which had its...

The Law of Evidence: Applicable to the Courts of the East India Company ...

John Bruce Norton - 1859
...confession of his having occasioned the great fire of London in 1666 " although" adds the historian, " neither the judges nor any present at the trial did...but that he was a poor distracted wretch weary of life, and chose to part with it in that way." § 261. A fourth motive, originating in the relation...

Curiosities of Civilization

Andrew Wynter - 1860 - 535 страници
...however, was not the opinion of the judges who tried him. ' Neither the judges,' says Clarendon, ' nor any present at the trial, did believe him guilty,...wretch, weary of his life, and chose to part with it in this way.' We may attribute the fire with sufety to another cause than a Roman conspiracy. We are...

Involuntary Confessions: A Monograph

Francis Wharton - 1860 - 36 страници
...although," says that sagacious jurist aud historian, I " neither the judges nor any one present believed him guilty, but that he was/ a poor, distracted wretch, weary of life, and who chose to part with it in this way."(/) Before a confession be acted upon, therefore,...

The Law of Evidence as Administered in England and Applied to India

Joseph Goodeve - 1862 - 658 страници
...found guilty, but executed on this confesBiOi1 ; — « though,' says the historian of the fact, ' neither the Judges nor any present at the trial did believe him guilty ; but that he was a poor wretch weary of life, and chose to part with it in that way."f * Taylor on Evidence, Vol. I., p. 690....

the cornhill magazine

elder smith - 1865
...throw away lu; lite, which he might have saved, though he had been guilty, eince he waaccused only upon his own confession, yet neither the judges, nor...but that he was a poor distracted wretch, weary of life, and chose to part with it in this way." Sometimes a desire to conceal the offence cf another,...

The Law of Evidence, Applicable to the Courts of the Late East India Company ...

John Bruce Norton - 1865 - 608 страници
...confession of his having occasioned the great fire of London in 1666, «' although" adds the historian, " neither the judges nor any present at the trial did...but that he was a poor distracted wretch weary of life, and ehose to part with it in that way." § 261. A fourth motive, originating in the relation...

The Cornhill Magazine, Том 11; Том 15

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - 1865
...have saved, though he had been guilty, accused only upon his own confession, yet neither the judges, present at the trial, did believe him guilty, but that he was a p«r distracted wretch, weary of life, and chose to part with it in this way. Sometimes a desire...

The London, Том 1

1867
...windows, and where he first put the fire, with wonderful exactness ;" still, Lord Clarendon adds, " neither the judges nor any present at the trial did...wretch, weary of his life, and chose to part with it in this way. On the strictest examination the King and Parliament could make, there never was any probable...




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