Yes--just one of your tricks: not to send for a carriage, and come clattering over street and road like a common mortal, but to steal into the vicinage
of your home along with twilight, just as if you were a dream or a shade.
That other reason was the fact that the morning's meet was near Batherley, the market-town where the unhappy woman lived, whose image became more odious to him every day; and to his thought the whole vicinage
was haunted by her.
It terminates (the lane I mean) in a valley full of wood; which wood--chiefly oak and beech--spreads shadowy about the vicinage
of a very old mansion, one of the Elizabethan structures, much larger, as well as more antique than Daisy Lane, the property and residence of an individual familiar both to me and to the reader.
and the Antecedents of the Jury, 17 LAW & HIST.
to a speedy trial by an impartial jury of twelve men of his vicinage
trial by a jury of the vicinage
, damages inflicted on foreigners on the
Whatever the value of the Canadas, and of our other continental provinces in America may be, it is impossible for any one who looks back on the past--contemplates the present--and anticipates the future condition of them--not to regard their separation, at some time or other, from Great Britain, as an event of the most probable occurrence; and it is equally probable that the Islands in their immediate vicinage
will share the same destiny with them.
It was this: Vicinage
6 Superior Court judge Peter F.
See Debates of the Virginia Convention (June 20, 1788), in The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution, supra note 22, at 1412, 1418 (James Madison noting that jury in the vicinage
might not be possible as when a whole district was in rebellion and noting that there had been "greater deviations" from trial by jury in America since independence as compared to England).
to jurors from the vicinage
in which the crime took place.
The First Continental Congress a decade later echoed the same view: 'the respective colonies are entitled to the common law of England, and more especially to the great and inestimable privilege of being tried by their peers of the vicinage
, according to the law course of that law.
Their information is on oath, is public, it is in the vicinage
of the party charged, & can be at once refuted.