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TRIALS OF WILLIAM HONE . WE BIOKfS OF fOMSiS _, AKD TBm I _, IBE » _tT _Of _THE rBESS THBICE . "• ' - ' - VIKDXC&TED .

TRIALS OF WILLIAM HONE . WE BIOKfS OF fOMSiS _, AKD TBm I _, IBE » _tT _Of _THE rBESS THBICE . "• ' - ' - VIKDXC&TED .

There have been _such _gross _abusesot this power of _restraining men from publishing the tenets _which Magistrates have _reputed _dangerous , tliat it is uo . _wonder _many . good ineo are _unwilling to allow it _. If in _any case the frequent _danger of abuse would _make _void
December 27, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IT is a trite maxim , but not on that account the less true , that those inflictions which seem

IT is a trite maxim , but not on that account the less true , that those inflictions which seem

, at the time , to rob humanity of hope , 'frequently lead to results which are at _ohce _: _unexpectedly and highly beneficial to _mankind . The noise of the first passing of tlie Habeas _Corpus _Suspension Bill sounded in our ears _like the knell of British Liberty ; _but if _
December 27, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
« ed party _, in such a case , be . prcventcd from _referring lo the _writings _ot ' LocKE

« ed party _, in such a case , be . prcventcd from _referring lo the _writings _ot ' LocKE

, and BT . ACKBTOKE , and _Uu'r-CHESON , and DE LOLME , and _/ _Piiice , _apd _PAI-EY , _as _evidence of _what might or mig ht not be done ; or could . the Jurors bo shut out from the lig hts and _authorities which would _thus be _afforded them ? Would the _example and practice
December 27, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
COURT _OF KING'S _BENCH—Dec . 18

COURT _OF KING'S _BENCH—Dec . 18

MR _HONE'S TRIAL . This being _tlis day appointed foe the . trial . of Mr Hone , on a _Criminal _Information filed _against him by the _Attorney-General , the Court was crowded _, to _excess , atr ' iin early hour , by a most respectable auditory . At half past nine o ' _clock M
December 27, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LOMDON

LOMDON

• ' • ' ' • ' _'WEDNESDAY , December _34 . : _' : The _Honourable J . _Rusiiy Minister from the United _States to our _Cou ' rt , _" li " ns _arrived " at Cowe ' s , an _^ may be _expected in ' _London _this day or _to-morrow . ' _His Excellency , . with _his _' frtnnly . indsui
December 27, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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_lercsl even . my father _and _mother i to ps _^ little re _verence to the _King ; but to

_lercsl even . my father _and _mother i to ps _^ little re _verence to the _King ; but to

compensiite that _omission by my _survilUy to _all _tliat nre . p ' ut in authority _under him _, tolick . the dust under tha _feet . _of my superiors , _and to stake arffd&t iron over _the bacltor ' iriylnfendrB . to _spare Ihe _people _tiy ncllliiir word horaccd } tO 61 » cn _
December 27, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
with _the _blanks filled up , _and he _should'rend it to _the Jury . It _was in _ridicule of _certain

with _the _blanks filled up , _and he _should'rend it to _the Jury . It _was in _ridicule of _certain

_persons in _this country , who _were said by the _writer to . be _followers of _Lcpaux , one of the men _\ yho had made _themselves _famous _in the French Revolution , and who _was said to have publicly _professed Atheism ; such , at _least , _seemed to be _the _assertion of _t
December 27, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
That it _iniy . ple _' _-t-a _; . yc to blo . _'s all _till _; _people _witli equal

That it _iniy . ple _' _-t-a _; . yc to blo . _'s all _till _; _people _witli equal

_Tqiresentation , and . to _Keep ilium _safe hwu _borougli-inongi _. 'ring t _. ictio / is— _. Wu _besiicch _ye to licar us _, 0 _Rulers ! . _'i'lliti it may plc ; isu you so . to govern us _, . thai _unity _. peace and conconi , rilay _prevail tlirougliout the nation , and _Ihe
December 27, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NAMING _OF JURIES IN MATTERS . CRIMINAL

NAMING _OF JURIES IN MATTERS . CRIMINAL

The power , _^ also , of _punishment , in the hands of an _arbitrary _irincc _, _oftentimes becomes an cngine . of _extortion , jealousy , and _retenge _. Wisely , therefore _, hath . the British Constitution . guarded the iafety of the people , , in this _. point , by the _most
December 18, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
XT is _alwa _;^ _difficult to make the _-public _see the real unportaiice of a subject which _weal's an abstract

XT is _alwa _;^ _difficult to make the _-public _see the real unportaiice of a subject which _weal's an abstract

appearance , and on which _. _some reflection _is necessary _befoie they can perceive how it affects their individual interests . _If-a new _tat be proposed on leather , ' on salt , or on income , it is easy to put the whole nation in ' a hubbub ; classes privileged and unprivil
December 18, 1817 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland