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" I am sorry, Gentlemen, you have followed your own judgments and opinions rather than the good and wholesome advice which was given you. God keep my life out of your hands, but for this the court fines you forty marks a man, and imprisonment till paid. "
The Belfast Monthly Magazine - Page 125
1811
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The trial of William Penn and William Mead at the Old Bailey, 1670

William Penn, William Mead, England and Wales. Court of Oyer and Terminer and Gaol Delivery (London and Middlesex) - Political Science - 1670 - 76 pages
...all. lury. Yes, we do so. Obser. The Bench being unsatisfied with the verdict, commanded that every Person should distinctly answer to their names, and...have followed your own judgments and Opinions, rather then the good and wholesom advice, which was given you ; God keep my life out of your hands ; but for...
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The Select Works of William Penn....

William Penn - Society of Friends - 1782
...ftands indicted •, and fo you fay all. Foreman. Not guilty. jury. Yes, we do fo. Rec, I am forry, gentlemen, you have followed your own judgments and opinions, rather than the good and wholefome advice which was given you. God keep my life out of your hands : but for this the court fines...
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The Select Works of William Penn....

William Penn - Society of Friends - 1782
...unanimoufly did, in faying, Not guilty, to the great fatisfaction of the affembly. Rec, I am forry, gentlemen, you have followed your own judgments and opinions, rather than the good and wholefome advice which was given you. God keep my life out of your hands : but for this the court fines...
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The Monthly magazine, Volume 31

1811
....disliuctly to his name, which being done, nod they proving unanimous, the Recorder spuke as !'•>'.laws: " I am sorry, gentlemen, you have followed your own...opinions rather than the good and wholesome advice that was given you. God keep my lite out of your hands! But for this the conn fines you forty marks...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 94

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, William Empson, Macvey Napier, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1851
...posthumous gibbeting, his last words to the jury were neither altogether unbecoming nor undeserved. ' I am sorry, 'gentlemen, you have followed your own judgments and opinions ' rather than the good advice which was given you. God keep ' my life out of your hands 1' The important feature of the case,...
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of the Foreign Magazines, Volume 5

Enos Bronson - Literature, Modern - 1811
...distinctly to his name, which being done, and they proving unanimous, the recorder spoke as follows: I am sorry, gentlemen, you have followed your own...opinions rather than the good and wholesome advice that was given you. God keep my life out of your hands! But for this the court fines you forty marks...
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Select Reviews, Volume 5

1812
...distinctly to his name, which being done, and they proving unanimous, the recorder spoke as follows: 1 am sorry, gentlemen, you have followed your own judgments...opinions rather than the good and wholesome advice that was given you. God keep my life out of your hands! But for this the court tines William Penn....
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben ..., Volume 8

Anecdotes - 1826
...guilty V Foreman. " Not guilty." Clerk. " Is William Mead guilty or not guilty V Foreman. " Not guilty." Recorder. " I am sorry, gentlemen, you have followed...opinions, rather than the good and wholesome advice that was given you. God keep my life out of your hands ! but for this the court fines you forty marks...
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The Select Works of William Penn, Volume 1

William Penn - Society of Friends - 1825
...all. Jury. Yes, we do so. Obser. The bench being unsatisfied with the verdict, commanded that every person should distinctly answer to their names, and...guilty, to the great satisfaction of the assembly. Rec. I am sorry, gentlemen, you have followed your own judgments and opinions, rather than the good...
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The history of the rise, increase and progress of the ... Quakers ..., Volume 7

Willem Sewel - 1834
...whether they said so all, they answered, " We do so." The bench still unsatisfied, commanded that every person should distinctly answer to their names, and...which they unanimously did, in saying, not guilty. The recorder, who could not bear this, said, " I am sorry, gentlemen, you have followed your own judgments...
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