The Three Trials of William Hone: For Publishing Three Parodies : Viz. The Late John Wilkes's Catechism, The Political Litany, and The Sinecurist's Creed : on Three Ex-officio Informations, at Guildhall, London, During Three Successive Days, December 18, 19, & 20, 1817 : Before Three Special Juries, and Mr. Justice Abbott, on the First Day, and Lord Chief Justice Ellenborough, on the Last Two Days
William Hone, 1818 - 137 páginas
A collection of all three trials celebrating Hone's innocence on charges of profane and seditious libel and upholding freedom of the press.
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Página 26 - said, skin for skin, yea, all that a man hath, will he give for a majority. But put forth ihy hand and touch him, and he will curse thee to thy face. And Truth said unto Envy, behold he is in thy hand, but spare his election
Página 29 - Honourable friend,—I should say enemy,—fully comprehends what I have to say in my own defence. •' Curate.—As for me, I am a worm, and no man; a very scorn of men, and the outcast of the people-; fearful and trembling are come upon me, and a horrible dread
Página 28 - beings created, both equal, and yet one superior to the other; and the inferior shall bear rule over the superior; which faith except every one do keep whole and undefiled, without doubt he shall be scolded at everlastingly. The man is superior to the woman, and the woman inferior to the man; yet both are equal, and the woman shall govern the man.
Página 29 - and one unresponsible. For like as we are compelled by the Christian verily, to acknowledge every person by himself to be God and Lord; So we are forbidden by the articles of the Chatham alliance, to say there are three Ministers : So
Página 5 - The Litany, after the supplication to God, the Redeemer, the Holy Ghost, and the Trinity, went on to pray deliverance in the hour of death and in the day of judgment. It was succeeded by a most devout and impressive reiteration : "Son of God, we beseech thee to hear us ! O Lamb of God, that takest away
Página 28 - be at all influenced by their wills, or pay any regard to their commands. The man was not created for the woman, but the woman for the man. Yet the man shall be the slave of the woman, and the woman the tyrant of the man.
Página 24 - Yea, he shall be chased away as a vision of the night. Amen. " The eye also which saw him, shall see him no more; neither shall his place any more behold him." In the Foundling Hospital for Wit, is a paper, entitled " Lessons of the Day, 1st and 2nd Book of Preferment, &c." He should trouble the jury with a few extracts from it. The
Página 34 - Priestley and Wakefield, humble, holy men, Give praises to his name with tongue and pen ! ' Thelwall, and ye that lecture as ye go, And for your pains get pelted,—praise Lepaux ! ' Praise him each Jacobin, or fool, or knave, And your cropp'd heads in sign of worship wave ! ' All creeping creatures, venomous and low, Paine, Williams, Godwin,
Página 24 - up to the heavens and his head reach unto the clouds. " 7. Yet he shall perish for ever like his own dung; They which have seen him shall say, where is he
Página 34 - And thou Leviathan !* on ocean's brim, Hugest of living things that sleep and swim ; Thou in whose nose, by Burke's gigantic hand, The hook was fixt, to drag thee to the land; With Coke, Colquhoun, and Anson, in thy train, And Whitbread wallowing in the yeasty main— Still as ye snort, and puff, and spout, and blow,