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" And such," said Lord Mansfield, "is the extraordinary subtlety and cunning of madmen that, when he was cross-examined on the trial in London, as he had successfully been before, in order to expose his madness, all the ingenuity of the bar, and all the... "
New York Dissector: Quarterly Journal of Medicine, Surgery, Magnetism ... - Σελίδα 26
1848
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...imprisonment in London, knowing that he had lost his cause by speaking of the Princess at Westminster; and such," said lord Mansfield, "is the extraordinary...successfully been' before, in order to expose his ma;lness, all the ingenuity of the bar, and all the authority of the court, could not make him say...

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...London, knowing that he had lost his cause, by speaking of the princess, at Westminster ; and such is the extraordinary subtlety and cunning of madmen,...to expose his madness, all the ingenuity of the bar an;l all the authority of the Court, could not make him say a single syllable upon that topic which...

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...Lord Manslic* "is the extraordinary subtlety and cunning«: madmen, that he was cross-examined on I* trial in London, as he had successfully been before, in order to expose his madness, but all the ingenuity of the bar, and all the aether« of the court, could not make him say n «mg...

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...imprisonment in London, knowing that he had lost his cause by speaking of the princess at Westminster; and such," said Lord Mansfield, "is the extraordinary...cunning of madmen, that when he was cross-examined at the trial in London, as he had successfully been before, in order to expose his madness, all the...

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...cause by speaking of the princess at Westminster ; and such is the extraordinary cunning and gubtilty of madmen, that when he was cross-examined on the...authority of the court, could not make him say a single word upon that topic, which had put mi end to the indictment before, although he still had the | same...

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...imprisonment in London. Knowing that he had lost his cause by speaking of the princess at Westminster (such, said Lord Mansfield, is the extraordinary subtlety and cunning of madmen), when he was cross-examined on the trial in London, as he had successfully been before, in order to...

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...imprisonment in London, knowing that he had lost bis cause by speaking to the princess at Westminster; and such,' said Lord Mansfield, « is the extraordinary subtlety and cunning of madmen, that when he « cross-examined on the trial in London, as be h*l successfully been before, in order to expose his...

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...imprisonment in London, knowing that he had lost his cause by speaking of the Princess at Westminster ; and such,' said Lord Mansfield, ' is the extraordinary...the authority of the Court, could not make him say a syllable upon that topic, which had put an end to the indictment before, although he still had the...

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...madhouse, indicted Dr. Monroe over again for trespass and imprisonment in London. On the second trial, all the ingenuity of the bar, and all the authority...court, could not make him say a single syllable upon the topic which had put an end to the indictment before." One of the most frequent cases of this form...




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