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" But why should I repeat the whole ? It is enough to say, that in the same solemn tone he talks for about ten minutes of crimes, punishments, bonds, shame, ignominy, sorrow, sufferings, wretchedness, pangs, childless parents, widows, and helpless orphans,... "
The Journal of Health - الصفحة 250
1831
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The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism ..., المجلد 6

1831
...society. What happens ? The dying men are Dreadfully agitated. The young stealer in a dwelling*>»» no longer has the least pretence to bravery. He grasps...his fainting courage. The poor sheep-stealer is in a frenzy. He throws his hands far from him, and shouts aloud — ' Mercy, good Lord ! mercy is all T...
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The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism ..., المجلد 6

1831
...young stealer in a dwellinghouse no longer has the least pretence to bravery. He grasps 1 1 1 1 • back of the pew ; his legs give way ; he utters a...you may see blood trickling from his lip, which he bos bitten unconsciously, or from rage, or to rouse his fainting courage. The poor sheep-stealer is...
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Christian Examiner, المجلد 7;المجلد 12

1832
...broken and contrite hearts, and death to-morrow morning for the benefit of society. What happens 1 The dying men are dreadfully agitated. The young stealer...lip, which he has bitten unconsciously, or from rage, to rouse his fainting courage. The poor sheepstealer is in a frenzy. He throws his hands far from him...
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The Christian Examiner and General Review, المجلد 12

Francis Jenks, James Walker, Francis William Pitt Greenwood, William Ware - 1832
...whole ? It is enough to say, that in the same solemn tone he talks for about ten minutes of crimes, punishment, bonds, shame, ignominy, sorrow, sufferings,...lip, which he has bitten unconsciously, or from rage, to rouse his fainting courage. The poor sheepstealer is in a frenzy. He throws his hands far from him...
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The Hanging Tree: Execution and the English People 1770-1868

V. A. C. Gatrell - 1996 - عدد الصفحات: 634
...thief] grasps the back of the pew; his legs give way; he utters a faint groan, and sinks to the floor. The hardened burglar moves not, nor does he speak; but his face is of an ashy paleness. . . . The poor sheep-stealer is in a phrensy. . . . [The forger Fenn moves suddenly] like the affected...
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