The Trial at Bar Between Campbell Craig, Lessee of James Annesley, Esq. Plaintiff, and the Right Honourable Richard Earl of Anglesey, Defendant: Before the Honourable the Barons of the Exchequer, at the King's Court, Dublin, in Trinity Term ... in the Year of Our Lord 1743

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Side 373 - Then said the lord of the vineyard, What shall I do? I will send my beloved son : it may be they will reverence him when they see him. 14 But when the husbandmen saw him, they reasoned among themselves, saying, This is the heir : come, let us kill him, that the inheritance may be ours.
Side 6 - March laft paft until the full end and term of five years from thence next enfuing and fully to be compleat and ended; by virtue of which...
Side 176 - ... morning pretended to my lady that he was obliged to go out to dinner. That Mr Palliser breakfasted with my lord, and they had a bottle of mulled wine for breakfast. As soon as my lord was gone out, Mr Palliser went into my lady's room, and, the plot having been laid before, a signal was made that brought my lord back ; that my lord ran up with his sword, and had him brought out of the room, and the groom came to Palliser and said to him, ' Is this the way you keep my lady company...
Side 397 - Lighthorne in the faid county, gentleman, not having the fear of God before his eyes, but being moved and feduced by the inftigation of the devil...
Side 399 - E^teftone, againft the Form of the Statute in fuch Cafe made and provided, and againft the Peace of our Lord the King his Crown and Dignity.
Side 176 - on account of Tom Palliser." " My Lord had laid a plot against him, and on one Sunday morning pretended to my lady that he was obliged to go out to dinner. That Mr Palliser breakfasted with my lord, and they had a bottle of mulled wine for breakfast. As soon as my lord was gone out, Mr Palliser went into my lady's room, and, the plot having been laid before, a signal was made that brought my lord back; that my lord ran up with his sword, and had him brought out...
Side 397 - Allen the- younger, in the peace of God, and our faid Lord the King, then and there being, felonioufly, wilfully, and of their malice aforethought, did make an aflault, and
Side 40 - The same witness deposed that " she was present when my lord and lady parted ; that she saw my lady at the door with the child in her arms; that my lord came out of the house in a great rage, and asked where his child was, and upon being told that he was with his mother, he ran up to her and snatched the child out of her arms; that my lady begged very hard she might take the child along with her, but my lord swore he would not part with...
Side 398 - ... againft the peace of our faid lord the king, his crown, and dignity, and allb againft the form of the ftatute in fuch cafe made and provided.
Side 19 - Altham said, deponent must dine with him, and come to drink some groan ing- drink, for that his wife was in labour : deponent told him that was a reason he ought not to go ; but Lord Altham would not take an excuse, and sent the deponent word the next day to Ross, that his wife was brought to bed of a son ; and the deponent went to Dunmaine and dined there, and had some discourse about the child, and Lord Altham swore that the deponent should see his son ; and accordingly the nurse brought the child...

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