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" ... .Gentlemen arranged parties of pleasure to Bridewell on court days, for the purpose of seeing the wretched women who beat hemp there whipped. A man pressed to death for refusing to plead, a woman burned for coining, excited less sympathy than is now... "
The History of England from the Accession of James II. - Sivu 381
tekijä(t) Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1849 - 526 sivua
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The Christian Examiner and Religious Miscellany

1849
...tail, the crowd pressed round him, imploring the hangman to give it the fellow well, and make him howl. Gentlemen arranged parties of pleasure to Bridewell...or an over-driven ox. Fights, compared with which a boxing-match is a refined and humane spectacle, were among the favorite diversions of a large part...

The Christian Examiner, Nide 46

1849
...tail, the crowd pressed round him, imploring the hangman to give it the fellow well, and make him howl. Gentlemen arranged parties of pleasure to Bridewell...or an over.driven ox. Fights, compared with which a boxing-match is a refined and humane spectacle, were among the favorite diversions of a large part...

Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, Niteet 11–12

1849
...tail, the crowd pressed round him, imploring the hangman to give it the fellow well, and make him howl. Gentlemen arranged parties of pleasure to Bridewell...now felt for a galled horse or an over-driven ox. I'ights, compared with which a boxing-match is a refined and humane spectacle, were among the favourite...

The Western Quarterly Review

1849
...the crowd pressed around him imploring the hangman to give it to the fellow well, and make him howl. Gentlemen arranged parties of pleasure to Bridewell...sympathy than is now felt for a galled horse or an over driven ox. Fights, compared with which a boxing match is a refined and humane spectacle, were...

The United States Democratic Review, Nide 25

1849
...sufferers were frightful to hear. It was in times that tolerated legal cruellies like these, — where a man, pressed to death for refusing to plead —...now felt for a galled horse, or an over-driven ox.* That those who had the making of laws for the navy, from which our own have derived much of their letter...

The United States Magazine and Democratic Review, Nide 25

1849
...hear. It was in times that tolerated legal cruellies like these, — where a man, pressed to deatli for refusing to plead — a woman burned for coining...now felt for a galled horse, or an over-driven ox.* That those who had the making of laws for the navy, from which our own have derived much of their letter...

The History of England: From the Accession of James the Second, Nide 1

Thomas Babington Macaulay - 1849
...the crowd pressed round him, imploring the hangman to give it the fellow well, and make him howl.*** Gentlemen arranged parties of pleasure to Bridewell...seeing the wretched women who beat hemp there whipped, f A man pressed to death for refusing to plead, a woman burned for coining, excited less sympathy than...

Prize essays on juvenile delinquency

House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.), Edward Everett Hale, Thomas Vernon Moore, A. H. Grimshaw - 1855 - 159 sivua
...decent station were not ashamed to beat their wives. A man pressed to death for refusing to plead, or a woman burned for coining, excited less sympathy...now felt for a galled horse or an over-driven ox. The prisons were hells on earth, seminaries of every crime and of every disease." The reader must acknowledge...

The Newchurchman, devoted to the exposition and defence of the doctrines of ...

...Gentlemen arranged parties of pleasure to Bridewell on eourt days, for the purpose of seeing the wretehed women who beat hemp there, whipped. A man pressed to death for refusing to plead, a woman burned for eoining, exeited less sympathy than is now felt for a galled horse, or au overdriven ox. Fights, eompared...

The New Churchman: Devoted to the Exposition and Defence of the ..., Nide 1

1855
...the erowd pressed around him, imploring the hangman to give it the fellow well, and make him howl. Gentlemen arranged parties of pleasure to Bridewell on court days, for the purpose of seeing the wretehed women who beat hemp there, whipped. A man pressed to death for refusing to plead, a woman...




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