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" God forbid it mould ever be in our power, to deliver him from it; we cannot prevent the judgment of the law, by creating irregularity in the proceedings ; we cannot prevent the confequences of that judgment by pardoning the crime. "
The Political Register, and Impartial Review of New Books - Page 114
1768
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 38

1768
...his own conduft, however bitter and unpalatable they may be; and although we may be- heartily ferry for any perfon who has brought himfelf into this fituation, it is not in our power, God fuibid it mould ever be in our power, to deliver him from itj we cannot prevent the judgment of the...
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The Political Register for ...

1768
...fruits of his own conduct, however bitter and unpalatable they may be ; and although we may be heartily forry for any perfon who has brought himfelf into...fituation, it is not in our power, (God forbid it mould ever be in our power?) to deliver him from it ; we cannot prevent the judgment of the law, by...
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The Oxford Magazine: Or, Universal Museum, Volume 1

1768
...; and although we may be heartily forry for any perfon who has brought himfelf . J r . . r . . . into this fituation, it is not in our power, God forbid it íhould ever be in our power, to deliver him from it; we can't prevent the judgment of the law by creating...
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A Complete Collection of the Genuine Papers, Letters, &c. in the ..., Volume 1

John Wilkes - 1769 - 261 pages
...fruits of his own conduft, however bitter and unpalatable they may be; and although we may be heartily forry for any perfon who has brought himfelf into...this fituation, it is not in our power, God forbid it mould ever be in our power, to deliver him from it; we can't prevent the judgment of the law by creating...
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The North Briton, XLVI: Numbers Complete, Volume 3

1772
...fruits of his own conduct, however bitter and unpalatable they may be ; and although we may be heartily forry for any perfon who has brought himfelf into...this fituation, it is not in our power, God forbid it fhould ever be in our power, to deliver him from it ; we cannot prevent the judgment of the law by...
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The North Briton, XLVI: Numbers Complete, Volume 3

1772
...his own conduct, * however bitter and unpalatable they may be ; ' and although we may be heartily forry for * any perfon who has brought himfelf into this * fituation, it is not in our power, God for* bid it fhould ever be in our power, to deliver * him from it ; we cannot prevent the judg* ment...
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The Lounger's Common-place Book, Volume 2

Jeremiah Whitaker Newman - 1796
...fruits of his own conduct, however bitter and unpalatable they may be; and although we may be heartily forry for any perfon who has brought himfelf into...this fituation, it is not in our power, God forbid it ihould ever be in our power, to deliver him from it; we cannot prevent the judgment of the law, by...
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The Lounger's Common-place Book: Or, Miscellaneous Anecdotes. A ..., Volume 2

Jeremiah Whitaker Newman - 1796
...fruits of his own conduct, however bitter and unpalatable they may be; and although we may be heartily forry for any perfon who has brought himfelf into...this fituation, it is not in our power, God forbid it mould ever be in our power, to deliver him from it; we cannot prevent the judgment of the law, by creating...
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Letters: Life of Mr. Wilkes. Poems

John Wilkes - 1804
...any person who has brought himself into this situation, it is not in our power, God forbid it should ever be in our power, to deliver him from it. We cannot prevent the judgment of the law by creating irregularities in the proceedings; we cannot prevent the consequences of that judgment by pardoning...
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Junius: Including Letters by the Same Writer, Under Other Signatures, (now ...

Junius - 1812
...any person who has brought himself into this situation, it is not in our power, God forbid it should ever be in our power, to deliver him from it; we cannot...the law by creating irregularity in the proceedings ; we cannot prevent the consequences of that judgment by pardoning the crime ; if the defendant has...
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