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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 89 pages of information about Trial of the Witnesses of the Resurrection of Jesus.

The company rose up, and were beginning to pay their compliments to the judge and the council; but were interrupted by a Gentleman, who went up to the judge, and offered him a fee.  What’s this?  Says the judge.  A fee, Sir, said the Gentleman.  A fee to a judge is a bribe, said the judge.  True, Sir, said the Gentleman; but you have resigned your commission, and will not be the first judge who has come from the bench without any diminution of honour.  Now, Lazarus’s case is to come on next, and this fee is to retain you on his side.  There followed a confused noise of all speaking together, to persuade the judge to take the fee:  but as the trial had lasted longer than I expected, and I had lapsed the time of an appointment for business, I was forced to slip away; and whether the judge was prevailed on to undertake the cause of Lazarus, or no, I cannot say.


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