No. 8. John Killen and John M'Cann. No. 9. Joseph Doran. No. 10. Thomas Donnelly, Nicholas Farrell, Laurence Begley, and Michael Kelly. Robert Emmet. Henry Howley. John Mac Intosh. Thomas Keenan. Denis Lambert Redmond
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23d of July appear aster asterwards Attorney believe blunderbuss breaksasted brought called casse character charge circumstances city and county city of Dublin consider conspiracy conspirators convict Counsel Court crime Cross-examined Crown day of July Denis Lambert depot desence door Dublin aforesaid duty evidence Examined force and arms forty-third gave Gentlemen give Government guilty hear heard indictment insurrection intended Jurors unknown Jury justice kingdom knew know the prisoner levy lise live lodge Lord the King M'Cann Mac Nally Major Sirr Michael Kelly morning murder never Nicholas Farrell night Norbury o'clock oath overt acts party person pikes pistol prisoner's proclamation purpose rebellion rebels recollect reign Robert Emmet sact salse traitor seel shew sired sirst soner surther prosecution sworn tell testimony thing Thomas Donnelly Thomas-Jlreet tion told took traitoroufly treason trial twenty-third day verdict wickedly William Harrow witness
82 페이지 - ... 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.
109 페이지 - Howley, agiinft the peace, of our faid Lord the King, his crown and dignity, and contrary to the form of the ftatute in fuch cafe made and provided.
27 페이지 - Or if a Man do violate the King's Companion, or the King's eldest Daughter unmarried, or the Wife of the King's eldest Son and Heir: Or if a Man do levy War against our Lord the King in his Realm, or be adherent to the King's Enemies in his Realm, giving to them Aid and Comfort in the Realm or elsewhere, and thereof be probably attainted of open Deed by the People of their Condition...
4 페이지 - King, and not having the fear of God in his heart, nor weighing the duty of his allegiance, but being moved and seduced by the instigation of the Devil, and entirely withdrawing the love and true and due obedience which every subject of our said Lord the King...
23 페이지 - A BAND of PATRIOTS, mindful of their oath and faithful to their engagement as United Irishmen, have determined to give freedom to their country, and a period to the long career of English oppression.
86 페이지 - ... he at once flings it down, and he tells every man in the community, rich or poor, loyal or disloyal, he must adopt it at the peril of being considered an enemy to the country, and of suffering the pains and penalties attendant thereupon. " And how was this revolution to be effected...
2 페이지 - King, their supreme, true, lawful, and undoubted lord, and wholly withdrawing the cordial love and true and due obedience which every true and faithful...
84 페이지 - ... the art of war, framed for the purpose of drilling the party who were employed to effect this rebellion ; but of war they have proved that they are incapable of knowing any thing but its ferocities and its crimes. You find two proclamations, detailing systematically and precisely the views and objects of this conspiracy, and you find a manuscript copy of one of them, with interlineations and other marks of ita being an original draft.
24 페이지 - Orangemen ! add not to the catalogue of your follies and crimes ; already have you been duped to the ruin of your country in the legislative union with its ; attempt not an opposition which will carry with it your inevitable destruction ; return from the paths of delusion, return to the arms of your countrymen, who will receive and hail your repentance.