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Mr. Gladstone announced the intention of the government to release the Fenian prisoners then undergoing sentences for treason or treason-felony, on condition of their not remaining in or returning to the United Kingdom. The Grand Old Man

But it was only words of this kind that Bryan Dillon cared to say at the time; and as the privilege of offering some remarks in defence of his political opinions -- a privilege accorded to all prisoners in trials for treason and treason-felony up to that time -- had been denied to him, he chose to say no more. Speeches from the Dock, Part I

But then came the other charge against him, the charge of treason-felony, for his connexion with the Fenian Brotherhood, and his part in the recent "rising." Speeches from the Dock, Part I

On Tuesday, August 15th, John Martin's trial commenced in Green-street court-house, the indictment being for treason-felony. Speeches from the Dock, Part I

I have been found guilty of treason or treason-felony. Speeches from the Dock, Part I

On the 10th of August he was placed at the bar of Green-street court-house, and arraigned on a charge of treason-felony, and a vigorous effort was made by the crown to convict him. Speeches from the Dock, Part I

In his regretted absence, the crown commenced their proceedings by placing Thomas Clarke Luby in the dock to answer to a charge of treason-felony. Speeches from the Dock, Part I

Mr. Gladstone announced the intention of the government to release the Fenian prisoners then undergoing sentences for treason or treason-felony, on condition of their not remaining in or returning to the United Kingdom. The Grand Old Man

No one, casually coming across him at Portland, would have ventured to forecast the hour when, standing up, the centre of interest in an applauding House of Commons, he should have had an opportunity of reasoning with the only occasionally DUM BARTON, warning him against the practice of treason-felony, and reminding him that the pathway to the Bench does not lie by way of the dock. Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 104, April 22, 1893

But before the trial of Mr. Mitchel could be proceeded with, he was arrested on a fresh charge of "treason-felony" -- a new crime, which had been manufactured by Act of Parliament a few weeks before. Speeches from the Dock, Part I

Davitt and John Wilson were convicted of treason-felony. The Life Story of an Old Rebel

During the former trial some shades of anxiety might have been detected on his features; the charge of "murder" was grievous to him, but when that was happily disposed of, the world seemed to brighten before him, and he took his treason-felony trial cheerily. Speeches from the Dock, Part I

At 7.53 P.M. the jury in the trial of Ambrose Doane for treason-felony returned a verdict of not guilty without leaving their seats. The Fur Bringers A Story of the Canadian Northwest

Michael Davitt and John Wilson were convicted of treason-felony. The Life Story of an Old Rebel

Duffy was arrested, accused of treason-felony, and tried in Dublin. Thomas D'Arcy McGee as an Empire Builder

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