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“Mr. Taschereau was sent to jail for "Treasonable practices.”
“Treasonable acts can be punished; excessive accumulation of property can be prevented; in fact, every action, circumstance, tendency that constitutes a real danger to the public welfare can be successfully dealt with by other methods than that of denying these associations the right of existence.”
“Treasonable, you mean, -- to strike when the lives of hundreds of thousands of your fellow countrymen depend on your labour.”
“Grenville introduced the Treasonable Practices Bill, while Pitt in the”
“Equally drastic was the Treasonable Practices Bill.”
“Treasonable gossip filtered no longer from doorway to doorway; carbines were not to be had for a song; no more nightly drills and weekly meetings gave a spice of great expectations to their life.”
“Treasonable practices against the life of Robert the Bruce brought about the downfall of the Celtic Earls.”
“Treasonable actions of American citizens about Lake Champlain 364”
“Government, or to put limitations upon their due obedience and allegiance, Are Rebellious and Treasonable, And that all these”
“But this would not have suited the Treasonable purposes of the Conspirators.”
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