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" Forces; nor does it appear to have been made the subject of any remonstrance or request for a more serious investigation on the part of the officers of the regiment. The Court having found the prisoner guilty of so much of the first charge as is above... "
The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803 to the Present Time - Page 271
by Great Britain. Parliament - 1815
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 56

Edmund Burke - 1815
...remonstrance or request for a more serious investigation on the part of the officers of the regiment. The Court having found the prisoner guilty of so much...recited, with the reasons which induce the Court to feel that they are not called upon to affix any punishment to the last mentioned charge, do only ndjudge,...
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The Trial of Colonel Quentin, of the Tenth, Or, Prince of Wales's Own ...

Sir George Augustus Quentin, William Brodie Gurney - 1814 - 280 pages
..." With respect to the third charge, the Court are of opinion that Colonel Quentin is not guilty. " The Court having found the prisoner guilty of so much...only adjudge, with reference to the first charge, thatColonel Quentin be reprimanded in such manner as his Royal Highness the Commander in Chief shall...
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The Trial of Colonel Quentin: Of the Tenth, Or, Prince of Wales's Own ...

Sir George Augustus Quentin, William Brodie Gurney - 1814 - 280 pages
...remonstrance or request for a more serious investigation on the part of the officers of the regiment. " The Court having found the prisoner guilty of so much...reasons which induce the Court to feel they are not culled upon to affi t any punishment to the last mentioned charge, do only adjudge, with reference...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 84, Part 2; Volume 116

1814
...the prisoner Guilty of so much of the first charge as it above expressed, and so much of the fourtli charge as is above recited, with the reasons which...are not called upon to affix any punishment to the last-mentioned charge, do only adjudge, with reference to the first charge, that Col. Quentin be reprimanded...
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The Gentleman's Magazine

1814
...remonstrance or request for a more serious investigation on the part of the officers of tbe regiment. — The Court, having found the prisoner Guilty of so much of the first charge as ii above expressed, and so much of IB* fourth charge as is above recited, with the reasons which induce...
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An impartial history of the naval, military and political events ..., Volume 3

Hewson Clarke - 1815
...remonstrance or request for. a more serious investigation on the part of the officers of the regiment. The court having found the prisoner guilty of so much...recited, with the reasons which induce the court to feel that they are not called upon to affix any punishment to the last mentioned charge, do only adjudge,...
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Annual Register, Volume 56

Edmund Burke - 1815
...remonstrance or request for a more serious investigation on the part of the officers of the regiment. The Court having found the prisoner guilty of so much...recited, with the reasons which induce the Court to feel that they are not called upon to affix any punishment to the lastmentioned charge, do only adjudge,...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1815
...remonstrance or request for a more serious investigation on the part of the officers of the regiment. The Court having found the prisoner guilty of so much...of the fourth charge as is above recited, with the reaŤ•'>:, which induce the Court to k-eJ that they are not called upon to affix any punishment to...
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The Royal Military Calendar, Or Army Service and Commission Book ..., Volume 4

John Philippart - 1820
...any remonstrances, or a request for a more serious investigation, by the officers of the regiment. The Court having found the prisoner guilty of so much...only adjudge with reference to the first charge, that Col. Quentin be reprimanded in such manner as His Royal Highness the Commander-in-Chief shall be pleased...
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The Royal Military Calendar, Or Army Service and Commission Book ..., Volume 4

John Philippart - 1820
...any remonstrances, or a request for a more serious investigation, by the officers of the regiment. The Court having found the prisoner guilty of so much...above expressed, and so much of the fourth charge as ia above recited, with the reasons which induce the Court to feel they are not called upon to affix...
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