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" ... but, that men might in future be deterred from demanding the trial by ordeal, the appellor was committed for a week. "
The Scots Magazine - Page 164
1790
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 91

1792
...truth cannot be burned; and Ali Ibrahim Khan certainly faw with his own eyes, as many others alfo faw with theirs, that the hands of the appellee in this...all, if fuch a trial could be feen once or twice by lèverai intelligent men, acquainted with natural philofophy, they might be able to affign the true...
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volume 16

Books and bookselling
...Ali 'Ibrahim Khan certainly faw with his own eyes, as many others alfo -faw with .theirs, that ;he hands of the appellee in this caufe were unhurt by...appellor. was committed for a week. After all, if fuch a tiial could be feen once or twice by feveral intelligent men, acquainted with natural philolophy, they...
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Asiatick Researches: Or, Transactions of the Society Instituted in ..., Volume 1

Asiatick Society (Calcutta, India) - Asia - 1801
...truth cannot be burned ; and All Ibrahim Khan certainly faw with his own eyes, as many others alfo faw with theirs, that the hands of the appellee in this...caufe were unhurt by the fire. He was confequently difchargcd. But, that men might in future be deterred from demanding the trial by ordeal, the appellor...
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Letters on India

Lady Maria Callcott - India - 1814 - 382 pages
...the hands of the appellee in this cause were unhurt by the fire : he was, consequently, discharged ; but, that men might in future be deterred from demanding...by ordeal, the appellor was committed for a week. Nearly about the same time, another man submitted to the trial of hot oil, plunging his hand into a...
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Letters on India

Lady Maria Callcott - India - 1814 - 382 pages
...the hands of the appellee in this cause were unhurt by the fire : he was, consequently, discharged ; but, that men might in future be deterred from demanding...by ordeal, the appellor was committed for a week. Nearly about the same time, another man submitted to the trial of hot oil, plunging his hand into a...
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Representing India: Indian Culture and Imperial Control in ..., Volume 1

Michael J. Franklin - Deccan (India) - 2000 - 483 pages
...truth cannot be burned; and Ali Jbra'him Kba'n certainly faw with his own eyes, as many others alfo faw with theirs, that the hands of the appellee in this...by feveral intelligent men, acquainted with natural philofophy, they might be able to aflign the true reafon why a man's hand may be burned in fome cafes,...
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The Sentimental and Masonic Magazine, Volume 1

1792
...truth cannot be burned ; and All Ibrahim Khan certainly faw with his own eyes, a^ many others alfo faw with theirs, that the hands of the appellee in this...be feen once or twice by feveral intelligent men, acquaimted with natural philofophy, they might be able to affign the true reafon why a man's hand may...
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