A Report of the Evidence and Points of Law, Arising in the Trial of John Francis Knapp, for the Murder of Joseph White, Esquire: Before the Supreme Judicial Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts : Together with the Charge of His Honor Chief Justice Parker, to the Grand Jury, at the Opening of the Court
W. & S.B. Ives, 1830 - 74 páginas
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abetting aiding answer appear asked assent believe body brother Brown street called Capt cause cell chaise challenged chamber charge Chase club Colman committed Committee common Commonwealth confession conversation Counsel County Court crime Cross-examined Dexter dirk door Essex evidence examined fact fellow felony Frank further gave George George Crowninshield give given Government Grand half head heard held horse hour inches indictment John Francis Knapp Joseph White junior jurors aforesaid Jury Justice knew last aforesaid live looked malice aforethought manner minutes morning murder never night o'clock oath object passed peace person Phippen present principal prisoner prove question recollect Richard Crowninshield Salem seen side standing statute steps street sworn tell thing thought told took trial usual walk wanted Webster Wenham wilfully window witness wound
Página 14 - Columbia, laborer, not having the fear of God before his eyes, but being moved and seduced by the instigation of the devil...
Página 9 - Parkman, in manner and form aforesaid, then and there feloniously, wilfully, and of his malice aforethought, did kill and murder : — against the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth aforesaid, and contrary to the form of the statute in such case made and provided.
Página 14 - Jersey in and upon the said Alexander Hamilton in the peace of God and of the people of the said State of New Jersey, then and there being, feloniously, wilfully and of his malice aforethought did make an assault...
Página 23 - when the law requireth the presence of the accomplice at the perpetration of the fact, in order to render him a principal, it doth not require a strict, actual, immediate presence, such a presence as would make him an eye or ear witness of what passeth.
Página 6 - It is not required that the abettor shall be actually upon the spot when the murder is committed, or even in sight of the more immediate perpetrator of the victim, to make him a principal. If he be at a distance, cooperating in the act, by watching to prevent relief, or to give an alarm, or to assist his confederate in escape, having knowledge of the purpose and object of the assassin, this in the eye of the law is being present, aiding and abetting...
Página 6 - If he be at a distance, co-operating in the act, by watching to prevent relief, or to give an alarm, or to assist his confederate in escape, having knowledge of the purpose and object of the assassin, this in the eye of the law is being present, aiding and abetting, so as to make him a principal in the murder." " If he be at a distance co-operating.
Página 23 - So that if several persons set out together, or in small parties, upon one common design, be it murder or other felony, or for any other purpose unlawful in itself, and each takes the part assigned him...
Página 16 - Commonwealth then and there being feloniously, wilfully and of their malice aforethought, did make an assault, and that the said Jacob H.