Report of the trial of John Hodges, Esq., on a charge of high treason

tried in the Circuit Court of the United States for the Maryland District at the May term 1815. by J. K. Hodges

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This is an E-book formatted for Amazon Kindle devices. EBook PDF: MB: This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of Liberty. ePub: MB: ePub standard file for your iPad or any e-reader compatible with that format: HTML: MB: This version has been converted from. Lucy’s Book Edited by Lavina Fielding Anderson. Biographical Summaries of Named Individuals [p]Although the amount of information available on individuals whom Lucy names varies greatly, I have attempted to identify each from existing secondary some frustrating instances, I was unable to find more information than that given in the text; in other cases, rather full data are. Proceedings upon the petition of Thomas Rymer, esq., setting forth his great charge in transcribing and publishing a book of all the leagues and treaties, and praying for l. seized at Leicester on the conviction of a Romish priest. Referred to the Treasury for their report. [S.P. Dom. Petition Entry Book 2, p. ] April Whitehall. Whereas, William Claiborne and Susannah Taylor, executors, &c., of William Taylor, deceased, lately in the high court of chancery recovered a large sum of money against the said John and William M. Booker to the amount of pounds, more or less as their part of the portion given by their father, Richard Booker, deceased, to his daughter.

Page verso. ROOMS DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, RALEIGH, N. C., Aug The condition of public affairs that confronts us calls for the most strenuous efforts on the part of all patriotic North Carolinians to restore good government to our beloved State; and it is hoped that this book will be found of value in presenting the issues of the campaign to the people. The words "high crimes and misdemeanors" appear repeatedly in this process. Not one word in your letter addressed the "misdemeanor" part. While lying under oath may not be a "high crime" like bribery or treason, it surely can be classed as a misdemeanor. Our laws are not developed for the majority of people or about the majority of people. it went to trial, and the trial did not appear in the court record!!! 11/9/ s: "Mr Wm Carver of Eliz: River last Court accused of Stabbing & killing a Man, and by a Jury accquitted, goes home & has Since Comitted Misdemeanors and great offers of Abuses amongst his Neighbours who complaines thereof by a Petition under many of their hands. the trial was resumed to-day of 10 monks belonging to five different Roman Catholic orders, who are charged with high treason, plotting to over-throw the regime, and other subversive activities. 17 Injured By Hand Grenade ae) j and Nine of the accused are charged with espionage on behalf of the Vatican. New arrivals of workers peasants from.

The second major catalogue of books from the library of Robert Edwards AO. This volume describes chiefly nineteenth-century books on the subject of Australian Life, encompassing politics and. The report of Mr. Whiting shows that at the request of U. S. Attorney Russell he proceeded to North Branch, Lapeer County, Mich., on the 7th of November; that he learned {p} from the sheriff of said county that Hopkins and others residing in and about North Branch were according to common report openly avowed secessionists; that he stopped. Mily Secy. Report from on the abovementioned subject (discharge of Moffit, John) 62 Mily Promotions and Appointments in Ireland since 13th Feby 64 Mahan Margt. Chartist riots at Newport: 19 persons killed and upwards of 30 wounded. FROST (who had addressed meetings in Stroud), PARTRIDGE and WATERS committed to Monmouth Gaol on a charge of high treason. Mrs GURNER, of the Brewery, died. VYNER and others arrested for cutting a horse’s throat at Tuffley; settled by paying £4 8s.

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Full text of "Report of the trial of William Smith O'Brien, for high treason, at the Special commission for the co. Tipperary, held at Clonmel, September and October, ; with the judgment of the Court of Queen's bench, Ireland, and of the House of lords, on the writs of error" See other formats.

The trial of John Frost for high treason: under a special commission held at Monmouth in December and January / (London: Saunders & Benning, ), by John Frost, Thomas.

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Trial for High Treason held at Maidstone, Kent in In May several men were tried for high treason at Maidstone. At that time the United Irishmen were hoping to have the help of France in a planned rebellion which proved unsuccessful. A long list of potential jurors, all from Kent, was published.

THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S SPEECH TO THE COURT. Court of King's Bench. Tuesday, April — Just as the Court was about to rise, the foreman of the grand jury, accompanied by his fellows, delivered in their presentment, on which it was stated that they found true bills against Arthur Thistlewood, James Watson the elder, Thomas Preston, and John Hooper, for high-treason.

Full text of "Catalogue of the library of trials and legal literature: belonging to John H.V. Arnold comprising both civil and criminal trials in the courts of England and America, carefully selected to illustrate points of law and to exhibit the various forms of criminal conduct to be sold at auction April 23dth,by Bangs & co.

In a letter dated Ma from Dorothy V. (nee: Hodges) Case to David Albert Hodges. I gave your dad all I had except correspondence. There have been three of us researching our Hodges line for 36 years – two professionals and me.

CHRISTOPHER STORY FRSA. Published on: Friday 30 July @ CLICK HERE Christopher STORY born inthe son of Colonel Henry Harle Story MC of the Cameronians, died peacefully at home on July after a short illness. Or so it is said. His. Hoddesdon, John, fl. / [] The history of the life and death of Sr.

Thomas More, Lord High Chancellor of England in King Henry the Eights time collected by J.H., Gent. Hodges. Dec. Royal sign manual for 1,l. 4s.0d. to Henry Guy, for secret service, without account: to be issued on the privy seal dormant of Dec.

15 inst. (Money warrant dated Dec. 16 order dated Dec. 16 hereon.) King's Warrant Book XII, p. Money Book VIII, p. Order Book II, p. Money warrant for l. to Charles Fanshaw, esq., being the surplusage on his. Report of the Proceedings on an Indictment for a Conspiracy, in the Case of the Queen v.

Daniel O’Connell, et al. in Michaelmas Term,and Hilary Term, 1v. Dublin: Hodges and Smith, Armstrong, John Simpson; Trevor, Edward Shirley. Report of the Trial in the Case of Thelwall v. In corruptly and illegally setting at liberty, and discharging from the custody of John J.

Jackson, Deputy Sheriff of the county of Stoddard aforesaid, one John R. Maine, who had been regularly arrested, examined, and committed by competent legal authority, on a charge of larceny and delivered into the custody of said John J. Jackson, to Report of the Trial of Willard Clark, Indicted for the Murder of Richard W.

Wight 1 v. () Clark, Willard; McFarland, H. Report of the Trial of Willia, Smith O’Brien, for High Treason, at the Special Commission for the Co. Tipperary 1 v. () Hodges, John George; O’Brien, William Smith; Ireland. Commission of Oyer and Terminer. See John Gregory. A note in the trial records at Lichfield states in the year following Jane’s conviction: “It appearing to this court that Jane Carbray a prisoner confined in the common Gaol in the said city for high treason cannot pursue employment sufficient to sustain herself by.

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‘Law’s Imagined Republic is a brilliant and original portrayal of the emergence of law as the focus of struggles over legitimacy during the American revolutionary era.

In Steven Wilf’s hands, however, both the content and the rituals of law are being constantly contested by a mobilized populous ready to imagine different legal by: Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the treatment of (Irish) treason-Felony Convicts in english Prisons together with appendix and minutes of Evidence.

2 Vols. in 1. London. Vol.(1) The Report and Appendix. p.p Bound with Vol. (2). Since the town became incorporated, inno headboroughs have been chosen; but Mr James Martin, who was appointed at the last annual Court Leet of the Earl of Abergavenny, by the steward of the Leet, F.

Gell, Esq., on Easter Tuesday,continues the High Constable of the Hundred of Whalesbone: his duties however are very trifling. Court Book - Kelly Court Book. Two of the men commemorated on the board were sons of judges (Higgins, son of the Justice Henry Bourne Higgins of the High Court and Hodges, son of Justice Henry Hodges of the Supreme Court).

This volume is a "Copy of Mr Webb's shorthand notes of the proceedings on the trial of this information in the. An Account of the Proceedings on the Trial of Susan B.

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Trant, Patrick, esq; and John Hind, esq; and John Hind, goldsmith, administrator of Thomas Kirwood deceased. Concerning a matter of account in which the duty on Barbadoes Commodities was involved. 46r: Middx:May 3: Attorney General (Sawyer, Sir Robert, knight) Loveing, John, esq.

An Account of the tryal and conviction of Sir John Friend for high-treason in conspiring the death of His Most Sacred Majesty, King William, and the subvertion of the government, &c.: at the Sessions-House in the Old-Baily on Monday the 23d of this instant March,before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt, the Lord Chief.

The manor must have been sold soon after to John Hodges, who was buried at Lufton, Ap ” (Thomas Gerard of Trent, The Particular Description of Somerset,Somerset Records Society,page ) The editor in the note above has conflated two John Bevyns.

There were at least 2 intermarriages between Montagues and Bevyns. Letter to William Allen Esq. letter and bill regarding Allen's order of "four pipes of wine," the cost of which "comes extravagantly high but could not be helped." Order was shipped on "the Good Ship called the Industry" and to be delivered in Virginia.

Madeira, England: 16. WILSON-HUDSON, CARLOS JOHN (AKA CARL JOHN WILSON HUDSON) DOB: 12/29/ POB: Liverpool, England. Wife: Chilean, Eliana Bronfman. His wife claimed he received a law degree from Oxford University and fought in the Intenational Brigade during the Spanish Civil War.

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The next is John ,3,A Manual of North Carolina Issued by the North Carolina Historical Commission for the Use of the Members of the General Assembly Session By R. D. .On the 18th of Oct. ADom Lieut. Leonard Spaulding of the town of Fulham Alias Dummerston was committed to the common goal for high treason against the British Tyrant George the third, by the direction of the infamous Crean Brush, his attorney and Noah Sabin, William Willard, and Ephraim Rana Esqrs., and Wm.

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