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" ... deserves notice as an instance of retributive justice, as well as showing the character of this case, that another dead man was found in the same place within three months before, — and upon that occasion, a Coroner's Jury had acquitted the prisoner... "
The Felony of New South Wales: Being a Faithful Picture of the Real Romance ... - Page 247
by James Mudie - 1837 - 362 pages
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New South Wales; Its Present State and Future Prospects: Being a Statement ...

James Macarthur - Electronic book - 1837 - 640 pages
...occasion, a Coroner's Jury had acquitted the prisoner Cowan upon the evidence of that man Kerr, and his deposition after his death was given in evidence in...who heard him could bear him out in what he said, that this was not the only case which had recently been before the Court, in which there was the strongest...
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New South Wales; Its Present State and Future Prospects: Being a Statement ...

James Macarthur - Electronic book - 1837 - 640 pages
...occasion, a Coroner's Jury had acquitted the prisoner Cowan upon the evidence of that man Kerr, and his deposition after his death was given in evidence in...acquittal. The conclusions to be drawn from such a 42 case are manifest ; and the Judge stated, that he was sorry to say, and those who heard him could...
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New South Wales; Its Present State and Future Prospects: Being a Statement ...

James Macarthur - Law - 1837 - 640 pages
...on that charge, and was the main ground of his acquittal. The conclusions to be drawn from such a 42 case are manifest ; and the Judge stated, that he...who heard him could bear him out in what he said, that this was not the only case which had recently been before the Court, in which there was the strongest...
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1837
...occasion, a Coroner's Jury had acquitted the prisoner Cowan upon the evidence of that man Kerr, and his deposition after his death was given in evidence in this Court in favour of the same prisoner, \rhen Cowan was subsequently tried before one of the other Judges on that charge, and was the main...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 22

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1838
...occasion a coroner's jury had acquitted the prisoner, Cowan, upon the evidence of that man Kerr; and his deposition after his death was given in evidence in...of the same prisoner, when Cowan was subsequently fried before one of the other judges on that charge, and was the main ground of his acquittal. The...
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Speech on Transportation: Delivered in the House of Commons on the 5th May, 1840

Sir William Molesworth - Crime - 1840 - 76 pages
...occasion a coroner's jury had acquitted the prisoner, Cowan, upon the evidence of that man Kerr; and his deposition after his death was given in evidence in...charge, and was the main ground of his acquittal." The moral effects of Transportation on the state of society in Van Diemen's Land are described by two gentlemen...
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Substance of a Speech on Transportation, Delivered in the House of Lords on ...

Richard Whately - Penal colonies - 1840 - 119 pages
...embodying in itself a picture of those evils with which the colony is visited. (The case is then stated.) " The conclusions to be drawn from such a case are manifest;...who heard him could bear him out in what he said, that this was not the only case which had recently been before that court, in which there was the strongest...
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Introductory Lectures on Political-economy, Delivered at Oxford, in Easter ...

Richard Whately - Civilization - 1855 - 372 pages
...embodying in itself a picture of those evils with which the colony is visited. (The case is then stated.) " The conclusions to be drawn from such a case are manifest...who heard him could bear him out in what he said, that this was not the only case which had recently been before that court, in which there was the strongest...
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Introductory Lectures on Political-economy, Delivered at Oxford, in Easter ...

Richard Whately - Civilization - 1855 - 372 pages
...embodying in itself a picture of those evils with which the colony is visited. (The case is then stated.) " The conclusions to be drawn from such a case are manifest;...he was sorry to say, and those who heard him could hear him out in what he said, that this was not the only case which had recently been before that court,...
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Selected Speeches of Sir William Molesworth, Bart., P.C., M.P.: On Questions ...

Sir William Molesworth - Great Britain - 1903 - 520 pages
...occasion a coroner's jury had acquitted the prisoner, Cowan, upon the evidence of that man Kerr ; and his deposition after his death was given in evidence in...charge, and was the main ground of his acquittal." The moral effects of transportation on the state of society in Van Diemen's Land are described by two gentlemen...
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