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Not only that- he is a ward of the government, even when lodged
in the county jail, and it is my duty to see that he has fair trial; then, and not till then, will I abandon him to the ferocity of your mob.
- "The Captain of the Gray-Horse Troop", Hamlin Garland.
The vicar had indeed promised Mrs. Goddard that he would not help to capture her husband, but he would have been as glad as any one to hear that the convict was once more lodged
in his prison.
- "A Tale of a Lonely Parish", F. Marion Crawford.
The fact that they were all discharged, no criminal charge being lodged
against any one of them, shows very clearly that they were innocent of any breach of the peace.
- "Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present", Various.