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" Time was when I had freedom to use a carnal weapon, and then I thought I feared no man; but now I fear the living God, and dare not make use thereof, nor hurt any man; nor do I know I demeaned myself as a tumultuous person. "
The Kaleidoscope: or, Literary and scientific mirror - Página 73
1827
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The Trial of William Penn and William Mead: At the Old Bailey, 1670

William Penn - 1670 - 76 páginas
...accused, that I met vi et armis, illicite ct tumultuose : time was, when I had freedom to use a carnal Weapon, and then I thought I feared no man ; but now...thereof, nor hurt any man ; nor do I know I demeaned my self as a tumultuous person. I say, I am a peaceable man, therefore it is a very proper Question...
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A Collection of the Most Remarkable and Interesting Trials ..., Volumen1

1775
...armis, illicite et tumultuofe : Time was, when I had freeKick k dorn dom to ufe a carnal weapon, end then I thought I feared no man ; but now I fear the Living God, and dare not make ule thereof, nor hurt any man ; nor do I know I demeaned myfelf as a tumultuous perfon : I fay, I am...
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The Monthly magazine, Volumen31

Monthly literary register - 1811
...accused, tbac I met »i et armis, illirite el tumult uo$e. Time was when I had freedom to use a carnal weapon, and then I thought I feared no man ; but now I fear the living (>od, and dare not make use thereof, nor hurt any man. You men of the jury* win) arc my judges, if...
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The History of the People Called Quakers, Volumen1

John Gough, William Sewell - 1799
...and arms unlawfully and tumultuoufiy. Time was when I had freedom to ufe a carnal weapon, and then 1 thought I feared no man ; but now. I fear the living God, and dare not make ufe thereof, nor hurt any man ; nor do I know that 1 demeaned myfelf as a tumultuous perfon. Therefore...
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Journal of George Fox: Being an Historical Account of the Life, Travels ...

George Fox - 1803
...the term, vi et armis, (luring his trial, he observes, " Time was when I had freedom to use a carnal weapon, and then I thought I feared no man ; but now...and dare not make use thereof, nor hurt any man." He died in 1713, aged eighty-six. with you. Look at Him, who suffered for you, who hath bought you,...
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The Belfast Monthly Magazine, Volumen7

1811
...then I thought 1 feared no man ; but now I feat the living God, and dare not make use thereof, oar hurt any man , nor do I know I demeaned myself as...person. I say, I am a peaceable man ; therefore it is a verv proper question what William Penn demanded in this case, "an Oyer of the law on which our indictment...
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of the Foreign Magazines, Volumen5

Enos Bronson - 1811
...accused, that I met vi et armis, illicite el tumultuose. Time was when I had freedom to use a carnal weapon, and then I thought I feared no man; but now...God, and dare not make use thereof, nor hurt any man. You men of the jury who are my judges, if the recorder will not tell you what makes a riot, a rout,...
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The Monthly Magazine, Volumen31

1811
...Time was when I had freedom to use a carnal weapon, and then I thought I feared no man ; hut now 1 fear the living God, and dare not make use thereof, nor hurt any man. You men of the jury, who arc my judges, if the recorder will not tell you what makes a riot, n rout',...
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Select Reviews, Volumen5

1812
...accused, that I met vi et armis, illicite et tnmultuose. Time was when I had freedom to use a carnal weapon, and then I thought I feared no man; but now...God, and dare not make use thereof, nor hurt any man. You men of the jury who are my judges, if the recorder will not tell you what makes a riot, a rout,...
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The History of the Puritans, Or Protestant Non-conformists: With ..., Volumen4

Daniel Neal - 1817
...manner. — Time was when I had freedom to use a carnal weapon, and then 1 feared no man ; hot now 1 fear the living God, and dare not make use thereof, nor hurt any man. I am a peaceable man, and therefore demand to know upon what Inw my indictment is founded ; if the...
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