It might too have had an influence on the severity of the sentence but into that I do not now enter. I rest the case upon this, that prevarication goes merely to the credit of the witness and does not afia#39;ect his competency, a strong hold from which no ... my power to preserve that calm, and if I may use the exgression, that judicial temper of mind, w ich such a subject as the present, in all the views of it, requires.
|Title||:||Cobbett's Parliamentary History of England from the Norman Conquest in 1066, to the Year 1803, from which Last-mentioned Epoch it is Continued Downwards in the Work Entitled, "Cobbett's Parliamentary Debates" ...|
|Author||:||Great Britain. Parliament, William Cobbett|