The public prosecutor rose and said that it was within his knowledge, through a conversation held with Judge Driscoll on the last day of his life, that counsel
for the defense had brought him a challenge from the person charged at the bar with murder; that he had refused to fight with a confessed assassin-- "that is, on the field of honor," but had added significantly, that would would be ready for him elsewhere.
Which when BEELZEBUB perceiv'd, then whom, SATAN except, none higher sat, with grave Aspect he rose, and in his rising seem'd A Pillar of State; deep on his Front engraven Deliberation sat and publick care; And Princely counsel
in his face yet shon, Majestick though in ruin: sage he stood With ATLANTEAN shoulders fit to bear The weight of mightiest Monarchies; his look Drew audience and attention still as Night Or Summers Noon-tide air, while thus he spake.
Sancho listened to him with the deepest attention, and endeavoured to fix his counsels
in his memory, like one who meant to follow them and by their means bring the full promise of his government to a happy issue.
of his friend, joined to the cries of his own heart, made him determine, now his pride was saved and his vengeance satisfied, not to see Milady again.
But if a prince who is not inexperienced should take counsel
from more than one he will never get united counsels
, nor will he know how to unite them.
While heading the profit of my counsel
, avail yourself also of any helpful circumstances over and beyond the ordinary rules.
Surely Priam with his sons would rejoice, and the Trojans be glad at heart if they could hear this quarrel between you two, who are so excellent in fight and counsel
Gentlemen of the jury, I should have interrupted the leading questions put by the prisoner’s counsel
(by leading questions I mean telling him what to say), did I not feel confident that the law of the land was superior to any ad vantages (I mean legal advantages) which he might obtain by his art.
When they came to the village, the son followed the fox's counsel
, and without looking about him went to the shabby inn and rested there all night at his ease.
Every Chancellor was "in it," for somebody or other, when he was counsel
at the bar.
The wounded Lion rushed away in great fear, and when a Fox who had seen it all happen told him to be of good courage and not to back off at the first attack he replied: "You counsel
me in vain; for if he sends so fearful a messenger, how shall I abide the attack of the man himself?
That is just it, your Honour," replied the counsel
for the plaintiff; "the defendant by making a correct forecast fooled my client in the only way that he could do so.