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" That the persons employed by him were for the most part felons convict, who had returned from transportation before the time, for which they were transported, was expired; and that he made choice of them to be his agents, because they could not be legal... "
Portraits, Memoirs, and Characters, of Remarkable Persons, from the ... - Page 225
by James Caulfield - 1819
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The Political state of Great Britain

Political state of Great Britain - 1725
...his Agents, becaufe they could not be legal Evidence againft him, and becaufe he had it in his own Power to take from them what Part of the Stolen Goods he pleafed, and otherwife abufe, or even Hang them, at his Will and Fleafure. in time of Divine Service...
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The New and Complete Newgate Calendar ... Containing ... Narratives ... of ...

William Jackson (of the Inner Temple.) - Crime - 1795
...choice of them to be his agents, becaufc they could not be legal evidences againft him,and becaufe he had it in his power to take from them what part of the ftolen goods he thought fir, and otherwife ufe them ill, or hang them as he pleafed. ... - ... V. That...
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The Criminal Recorder: Or, Biographical Sketches of Notorious Public Characters

Student of the Inner Temple - Crime - 1804
...transported , was expired ; and that he made choice of them to be his agents, because they could not be Jegal evidences against him, and because he had it in his...the stolen goods he thought fit, and otherwise use then ill, or hang them as he pleased5. " That he had from time to time supplied such convicted felons...
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Anecdotes of the manners and customs of London during the eighteenth century ...

James Peller Malcolm - Costume - 1810
...time was expired ; of whom he made choice for his agents, because they could not be legal evidence against him, and because he had it in his power to...take • from them what part of the stolen goods he pleased, and otherwise abuse or even hang them at his will and pleasure. " That he hath from t; n(...
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Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of London During the ..., Volume 2

James Peller Malcolm - Architecture - 1810
...time was expired ; of whom he made choice for his agents, because they could not be legal evidence against him, and because he had it in his power to take 42 from them what part of the stolen goods he pleased, and otherwise abuse or even hang them at his...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 63

1813
...choice for his agents, because they could not be legal evidence against him, and because be had the power to take from them what part of the stolen goods he pleased, and otherwise abuse, and even hang them, at his pleasure. " That he hath, from time to time,...
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The Lives and Portraits of Remarkable Characters, Drawn from the Most ...

James Caulfield - Eccentrics and eccentricities - 1819
...time for which they were transported was expired, and that he made choice of them to be his agents, because he had it in his power to take from them what part of stolen goods he thought fit, and otherwise used them ill, or hanged them, as he pleased. V. " That...
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The Newgate Calendar: Comprising Interesting Memoirs of the Most ..., Volume 1

Andrew Knapp, William Baldwin - Crime - 1824
...the most part felon convicts, who had returned from transportation before the time for which thjiy were transported was expired ; and that he made choice...ill, or hang them, as he pleased. V. That he had from lime to time supplied such convicted felons with money and clothes, and lodged them in his own house,...
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The Newgate Calendar: Comprising Interesting Memoirs of the Most ..., Volume 1

Andrew Knapp, William Baldwin - Crime - 1824
...circuits, and country faire. IV. That the persons employed by him were for the most part felon convicts, who had returned from transportation before the time...of the stolen goods he thought fit, and otherwise uv them ill, or hang them, as he pleased. V. That he had from time to time supplied such convicted...
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Thief-Taker General: Jonathan Wild and the Emergence of Crime and Corruption ...

Gerald Howson - History - 1985 - 338 pages
...Balls, Etc., and at both Houses of Parliament, Circuits, and County Fairs. IV. That the Persons employ'd by him were for the most Part Felons Convict, who...fit, and otherwise use them ill, or hang them as he pleas'd. V. That he had from Time to Time supplied such convicted Felons with Money and Cloaths, and...
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