I must needs tell you, you do us and the Seat of Justice great wrong : indeed I told the Jury, what was the Law in the Opinion of all ... our Laws thought no Man a Felon, or capable of Sentence as a Felon, till he be convicted by the Verdict of twelve Men. ... I acknowledge the Record against me, but I appeal to your Lordshipa#39;s Conscience, whether you delivered not unto ... saving such things as were mentioned at my Arraignment : Only Baron Clarke used a very long Speech, wherein heanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Complete Collection of State-trials and Proceedings for High-treason, and Other Crimes and Misdemeanors: 1388-1648|
|Author||:||Sollom Emlyn, Thomas Salmon|