general pardon

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  • Later, after a general pardon, he returned, but decided to live in the mountains away from trouble.
  • She was sentenced to five years in prison, but released soon later due to a general pardon.
  • I cannot believe that your uncle is included in the general pardon for political offenders. Cited from Greifenstein, by F. Marion Crawford
  • Later, after a general pardon, he was allowed to return from exile.
  • His majesty then published a general pardon for all the French who had borne arms against him. Cited from The Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 10 (of 20), by Various
  • A free and general pardon to all concerned in the rising. Cited from The Rise of the Democracy, by Joseph Clayton
  • He also declared a general pardon, except for long-term exiles.
  • A general pardon was issued for all cash taken or property sold during the insurrection.
  • Grant included also in his written terms words of general pardon to Confederate officers for their treason. Cited from Abraham Lincoln, by Lord Charnwood
  • The general pardon which he had granted to his enemies was in truth a general proscription of his friends. Cited from History of England, James II V. 4, Macaulay
  • He began to exercise his authority in the king's name, and his first act was to declare a general pardon. Cited from Journal of a Voyage to Brazil, by Maria Graham
  • He never served the verdict, because of a general pardon.
  • Stay: if I should relent, will you agree To sign our general pardon presently? Cited from A Collection Of Old English Plays, Vol. IV., Edited by A.H. Bullen
  • The amnesty which followed led to a conference at which terms were arranged and a general pardon granted. Cited from Inns and Taverns of Old London,by Henry C. Shelley
  • After this, Villanueva made a general pardon to all members of the rebellion.
  • He was released in August 1982 as part of a general pardon.
  • A bill was prepared for this purpose, though not without warm opposition; and, at the same time, an act passed for a general pardon. Cited from The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.II, by Tobias Smollett
  • His exemption from the general pardon, meant that his family were left unprovided for.
  • Under this act most people were granted a general pardon for any crimes that they had committed during the civil war and during the interregnum.
  • The only concession made to the barons was a general pardon extended to those involved in the conflict.
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