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    thern there was H great inequality. Lately a woman was tried for-forgery of sea- menas wills and convicted; but Baron Wood did not leave her for execution. Whatevbr the Chancellor of the Excliequaer might fild itconvenient to borrow under the Subscribers-only content

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    to th&e wovding of his recogiiaisces,1 wlicih de- scribed hine as if tlenry kutit, late of Nljhn`ester, neDt' by-i Baron Wood said it weNd a very FooIi-sh 'Objection. 4r. H-tut trj7- versed till the next Assizes, aS did all the Subscribers-only content

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    Chief Baron. NoAFOLER-Lord Chief Justice Mansfield and Mr. Justim Grose. MIDLAND-Mr. Justice Heath and Mr. Justice Le Blanc, OxPaRso-Mr. Baron Tbo.utpson and Mr, Justice Bayley. WESTERta-Mr. Justice Lawrence and Mr. Baron Graham. NO wTD-Mr. Justice Chambre and Mr. Baron Wood. Subscribers-only content

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    or lie never would hav let them in! e A Ministerial Paper states, that Mr. Baron Grahanm and Mr. Baron Wood have retired. It is rumoured that Mr. Sergeart Onslow will succeed one of the Judges resigned. A defaulter to Subscribers-only content

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    Tlea for One ;" and lately she has published a small dra- matic piece, called " Infidelity Detected." Mr. Baron Wood is so exceedingly infirm,that be was unable, on entering Lancaster, to quit his own carriage for that of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Editor's preface

    these two offences, on the two several indictments so found at quarter-sessions; when so able a Judge as Mr. Baron Wood refused to try the prisoner on the following grounds: (1) That he had never tried an indictment found at

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