Then you were to have an eighth part for yourself, for M. de la Motte, and for your friend ? ... settle a plan with M. de la Motte, and cheat him of a partition of the plunder you were to have, for ac your imaginary friend ? ... So you entered into this conspiracy originally, did you, with a view to make yourself serviceable to England ? ... because I did not come to inform against a person with whom I lived on friendly terms; I only requested that my name might ... I never said such a thing in my life.
|Title||:||Cobbett's Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason|
|Author||:||William Cobbett, David Jardine|