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" The award of the Court is, that for your treason you be drawn, and hanged, and beheaded ; that your heart, and bowels, and entrails, whence came your traitorous thoughts, be torn out, and burnt to ashes, and that the ashes be scattered to the winds ;... "
A History of Crime in England: Illustrating the Changes of the Laws in the ... - Page 188
by Luke Owen Pike - 1873
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The National Quarterly Review, Volume 35

Edward Isidore Sears, David Allyn Gorton - 1877
...incentive to which society had herself created. The laws that shape the course and direction of society beheaded ; that your heart, and bowels, and entrails,...ashes, and that the ashes be scattered to the winds; and your body be cut into four quarters, and that one of them be hanged upon the Tower of Carlisle,...
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The History of Civilisation in Scotland, Volume 1

John Mackintosh - 1878
...and hanged, and beheaded ; that your heart, and bowels, and entrails, whence came your treacherous thoughts, be torn out and burnt to ashes, and that...a third upon the Bridge of York, and the fourth at Shrewsburgh ; and that your head be set upon London Bridge, for an example to others, that they may...
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Records of York Castle: Fortress, Court House, and Prison

Anthony William Twyford, Arthur Griffiths - Crime - 1880 - 273 pages
...following was his sentence: — " The award of the Court is that for your treason you be hanged, drawn, and beheaded ; that your heart and bowels and entrails,...the winds, that your body be cut into four quarters, one to be hanged upon the Tower of Newcastle, one on Carlisle, one upon the bridge at York, one at...
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The England and Holland of the Pilgrims

Henry Martyn Dexter, Morton Dexter - Dissenters, Religious - 1905 - 670 pages
...penalty — was punished with awful severity, as appears from the sentence of the Earl of Carlisle: — The award of the Court is that for your treason you...quarters, and that one of them be hanged upon the Tower 1 Stowe, Annals, 581. 2 See ease of Timothy Penredd, Pike, ii: 82, 83, 85, 616. The last person to...
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