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" But when they came to straights and interruptions, for want of gravity in the beasts, and too much in the riders, there happened some curvetting, which made no little disorder. Judge Twisden, to his great affright and the consternation of his grave brethren,... "
The Judges of England: With Sketches of Their Lives, and Miscellaneous ... - Стр. 183
1864
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The London Quarterly Review, Объемы 130-131

1871
...along in the dirt. But all at length arrived safe, without the loss of life or limb in the serivce. This accident was enough to divert the like frolic...term after, they fell to their coaches, as before.' Now for the comment or moral : — 1 1 do not mention this as any way evil in itself, but only as a...
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Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of ..., Том 4

John Campbell Baron Campbell - 1874
...declared in furore, " that no Lord Chancellor should ever make him mount on horseback again. cident was enough to divert the like frolic for the future,...term after, they fell to their coaches as before. Usages that are most fitting at one time appear ridiculous at another. As here the sitting of grave...
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Pleasantries of English Courts and Lawyers: A Book about Lawyers

John Cordy Jeaffreson - 1876 - Страниц: 322
...statelily along. But when they came to straights and interruptions, for want of gravity in the beasts, and too much in the riders, there happened some curvetting,...frolic for the future, and the very next term after, tney fell to their coaches as before. I do not mention this as any evil in itself, but only as a levity...
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Curiosities of Law and Lawyers

James Paterson - 1882 - Страниц: 516
...only entrance to Palace Yard, and so to Westminster Hall. Judge Twisden, in his great affright, and to the consternation of his grave brethren, was laid...term after, they fell to their coaches as before. — North's Examen, 57. LORD CHANCELLOR THTJRLOW'S POPULARITY. Whatever others might think of Lord...
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The Order of the Coif

Alexander Pulling - 1884 - Страниц: 288
...curvetting which made no little disorder. "Judge Twisden,to his great affright, and the consternations of his grave brethren, was laid along in the dirt,...term after they fell to their coaches as before." In a paper undated of the time of Charles II., and found among the muniments of a noble family numbering...
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The Legal News, Том 18

James Kirby - 1895
...it moved, as the design was. statelily along; but when they came to straights and interruptione,for want of gravity in the beasts, or too much in the...term after they fell to their coaches as before.' Some of the present occupants of the Bench occasionally arrive at the Royal Courts of Justice on horseback,...
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The Legal News, Том 2

James Kirby - 1897
...brethren, was laid along in the dirt ; but all, at length, arrived safe without loss of life or limbs in the service. This accident was enough to divert...like frolic for the future, and the very next term aftеr, they took to their coaches as before.—Roger Nortk's Eхnпип, p. 57. THE MAN WITH THE DYINO...
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Curiosities of Law and Lawyers

James Paterson - 1899 - Страниц: 790
...only entrance to Palace Yard, and so to Westminster Hall. Judge Twi^den, in his great affright, and to the consternation of his grave brethren, was laid...term after, they fell to their coaches as before. — North's Examen, 57. LORD CHANCELLOR THURLOW'S POPULARITY. Whatever others might think of Lord Chancellor...
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Notes and Queries

1859
...places at Windows and Balconies, with the Foot Guard in the Streets, to partake of the fine sight j and being once settled for the March, it moved, as...Term after, they fell to their Coaches as before." And so for two hundred years they have proceeded without change. Whether coaches were ever used in...
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