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" But, he said, withal, that the matter would not be of that indifference to his Majesty ; inasmuch as there were hundreds of his friends, yet undiscovered, who were all bound to each other, by the indispensable oaths of conspirators, to revenge the death... "
Lives of illustrious ... Irishmen, ed. by J. Wills - Page 227
by Irishman - 1840
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Illustrations, Critical, Historical, Biographical, and ..., Volume 3

Richard Warner - 1824
...But, he said, withal, that the matter would not be of that indifference to his Majesty ; inasmuch as there were hundreds of his friends, yet undiscovered,...should bring them to justice : which would expose his Majesty, and all his ministers to the daily fear and expectation of a massacre: but, on the other...
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Londiniana: Or, Reminiscences of the British Metropolis, Volume 3

Edward Wedlake Brayley - London (England) - 1828
...for which, as far as concerned himself, he was prepared ; " inasmuch as there were hundreds of their friends, yet undiscovered, who were all bound to each...of the fraternity upon those who should bring them tojustice ; which would expose his Majesty, and all his ministers, to the daily fear and expectation...
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Londiniana: Or, Reminiscences of the British Metropolis: Including ..., Volume 3

Edward Wedlake Brayley - London (England) - 1829
...for which, as far as concerned himself, he was prepared ; " inasmuch as there were hundreds of their friends, yet undiscovered, who were all bound to each...should bring them to justice ; which would expose his Majesty, and all his ministers, to the daily fear and expectation of a massacre. On the other hand,...
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The Cabinet of Curiosities; Or, Wonders of the World Displayed: Forming a ...

Curiosities and wonders - 1833
...the king) that he knew these confessions had laid him open to the utmost rigour of the law ; but that there were hundreds of his friends, yet undiscovered, who were all bound " by the indispensable oaths of conspirators, to revenge each other's deaths upon those who should...
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The Tourist: A Literary and Anti-slavery Journal, Volume 1

Antislavery movements - 1833
...the king, that he knew these confessions had laid him open to the utmost rigour of the law ; but that there were hundreds of his friends, yet undiscovered, who were all bound, by the indispensable oaths of conspirators, to revenge each other's death upon those who should bring...
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The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland from the ..., Volume 1

Robert Wodrow - Scotland - 1835
...must tell his majesty that he had hundreds of complices, who had bound themselves by a horrible oath to revenge the death of any of the fraternity, upon...who should bring them to justice, which would expose his majesty and nil his ministers, to the daily fear and expectation of a massacre. 13ut on the contrary,...
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THE LONDON ADN WESTMINSTER

The London and Westminster Review April-August,1838 - 1838
...himself, he was prepared, inasmuch as there were hundreds of their friends, yet undiscovered, who were bound to each other by the indispensable oaths of conspirators, to revenge the death of any of their colleagues ; upon those who should bring them to justice ; and that, therefore, his Majesty and...
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The Life of James, Duke of Ormond: Containing an Account of the ..., Volume 4

Thomas Carte - Ireland - 1851
...the rest of his associates from that design. When he had made these confessions, he told his majesty that he had laid himself sufficiently open to the...which would expose the king and all his ministers to the daily fears and apprehensions of a massacre. But, on the other side, if his majesty would spare...
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The Cabinet History of England, Civil, Military and Ecclesiastical ..., Volume 7

Charles MacFarlane - Great Britain - 1851
...indifference to life or death, but said that the matter was of more consequence to his majesty, inasmuch as there were hundreds of his friends, yet undiscovered, who were all bound to each other by the strongest of oaths to revenge the death of any of the fraternity. Charles, it is said, was touched...
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The Pictorial History of England: Being, a History of the People ..., Volume 5

George Lillie Craik - Great Britain - 1841
...indifference to life or death, but said that the matter was of more consequence to his majesty, inasmuch as there were hundreds of his friends, yet undiscovered, who were all bound to each other by the strongest of oaths to revenge the death of any of the fraternity. Charles, it is said, was touched...
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