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" Street aforesaid, then, and there, along time did remain and continue, in contempt of the said Lord the King, and of his Law, to the great disturbance of his peace... "
The Trial of William Penn and William Mead: At the Old Bailey, 1670 - Page 14
by William Penn - 1670 - 76 pages
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The Phenix, Volume 1

John Dunton - 1707 - 570 pages
...the King, and of his Law, to the great Difturbance of his Peace, to the great Terror and Difturbance of many of his Liege People and Subjects, to the ill Example' of all others, in the like cafe Offenders, and againft the Peace of the faid Lord the King, his Crown and Dignity. What fay you,...
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The Belfast Monthly Magazine, Volume 7

1811
...reason thereof, sť great concourse and tumult of people in the street aforesaid, then and there, a long time did remain and continue, in contempt of the said...disturbance of his peace, to the great terror and disturbanieof many of his liege people and subjects, to the ill example of all others in the like case...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volume 19

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1811
...uad there, > * long time, did remain, and continue, in ' contempt of our said lord the king, anil ' of his law, to the great disturbance of his < peace,...' like case offenders, and against the peace ' of oar said lord the king, his crown and ' dignity.' The prisoners pleading not guilty, it was proved,...
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of the Foreign Magazines, Volume 5

Enos Bronson - Literature, Modern - 1811
...William Penn, by agreement between him and William Mead, did take upon himself to preach and speak, in contempt of the said lord the king, and of his law, to the great disturbance of his peace," &c. Having pleaded " not guilty," the court adjourned until the afternoon, and the prisoners, being...
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Select Reviews, Volume 5

1812
...agreement between him andWilliam Mead, did take upon himself to preach and speak, in contempt of i lie said lord the king, and of his law, to the great disturbance of bis peace," &c. Having pleaded " not guilty," the court adjourned until the afternoon, and the prisoners,...
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The Philanthropist, Or, Repository for Hints and Suggestions ..., Volume 4

Charities - 1814
...take upon himself to preach and speak, by reason whereof a great concourse and tumult of people did continue in contempt of the said lord the king and...disturbance of many of his liege people and subjects, and against the peace of the said lord the king, his crown and dignity." Mr. Clarkson charges several...
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The Kaleidoscope: or, Literary and scientific mirror, Volume 7

1827
...reason whereof a great concourse and tumult of people in the street aforesaid, then and there, a long time did remain and continue, in contempt of the said...King, and of his law, to the great disturbance of bis peace ; to the great terror and disturbance of many of his liege people and subject*, to the ill...
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The Register of Pennsylvania: Devoted to the Preservation of Facts ..., Volume 4

Samuel Hazard - Pennsylvania - 1828
...William Penn, by agreement between him and Wil I ii in Head, did take upon himself to preach and speak, in contempt of the said lord the king, and of his law, to the great disturbance of his peace," &.c. Having pleaded 'not guilty,' the court adjourned until the afternoon, and the prisoners being...
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The Englishman's Right: A Dialogue Between a Barrister at Law and a Juryman ...

Sir John Hawles - Jury - 1844 - 81 pages
...the street aforesaid then, and there, a long * time, did remain, and continue, in contempt ' of our said lord the king, and of his law, to * the great...the like case offenders, and * against the peace of our said lord the king, * his crown, and dignity.' The prisoners pleading not guilty, it was proved,...
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Life of William Penn: The Celebrated Quaker and Founder of Pennsylvania

Joseph Barker - Pioneers - 1847 - 320 pages
...reason whereof a great concourse and tumult of people in the street aforesaid, then and there a long time did remain and continue, in contempt of the said...subjects, to the ill example of all others in the like case offending, and against the peace of the said lord the king, his crown and dignity. What say you...
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