4 edition of A letter to Messrs. Fletcher and Peach, of the City of London found in the catalog.
Published 1777 by Administrator in printed for, and sold by, G. Kearsly; and B. Bristow
Attributed to Samuel Johnson.Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 4215, no. 18).
|Statement||printed for, and sold by, G. Kearsly; and B. Bristow|
|Publishers||printed for, and sold by, G. Kearsly; and B. Bristow|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
|2||Eighteenth century -- reel 4215, no. 18.|
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About the same time came to Town Saml. 1 Call-Number Catalogue of the Westbury collection of cookery books, 1965 February 15-16. Next to the Blessing of God and this new Regimen I believe one of the greatest Occasions of the People's Recovery has been. Cox, of Crow Island, on loan to Harvard College Library 474 Mar. They have uniformly manifested in their general Character and Conservation a Disposition highly inimical to the Cause of America.
Whose head is pregnant with poetic lore. It is a crown 8vo volume of over 300 pages. It is to depend upon the discretion of the judges, whether an accomplice is a competent witness; now that position is utterly new to me; all the favours that a man derives from being a witness, all the consequential steps which are to affect the prosecutor, one way or the other for not prosecuting all those, must depend upon the discretion and judgment of the Court, at the time when that matter comes before them; but as to the admission of a witness as to the question of his competency, I do apprehend it must depend, not upon the discretion of the Court, but upon the rules of law, with regard to the present question.
Perhaps when I assure you that though my opinion has changed my intention of complying - with all in every respect with your wishes remains, you will think I am mentioning my objections to make a favor of my consent but indeed my dear Brown if you do, you mistake me justify s entirely. - Then, all that I can collect from thence, is, that in the opinion of the judges, he was a legal witness; in another way, if it was to depend upon that question, whether he being admitted a witness, is to be prosecuted for other crimes; here it must be determined by the judgment and discretion of the Court, whether the man is so used as a witness, that he is entitled to any protection; that judgment must be exercised according to legal discretion; but where the word advice is used as applied to a man's competency, it must mean that the judgment of the court was, that he was competent; another case mentioned by Mr.
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