Double, and trebble admonition, and still forfeite in the same kinde?
Cited from The Complete Shakespeare's First Folio
And for the second offence the party so offending not only to lose and forfeite his or their office or offices in the Admiraltie, but also to make fine and ransome at the kings will and pleasure.
Cited from Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, Vol. 12, by Richard Hakluyt
Abundant proof can be given that the act of the legislature in 1649 was not a dead letter which ordered that "whosoever shall prophane the Lords daye by doeing any seruill worke or such like abusses shall forfeite for euery such default ten shillings or be whipt."
Cited from Sabbath in Puritan New England, Alice Morse Earle
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