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A Treatise on Military Law and the Practice of Courts-martial - Page 78
by Stephen Vincent Benét - 1862 - 377 pages
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Statutes at Large ...: (37 v.) A collection of the public general statutes ...

Great Britain - 1855
...me GOD. FORM of OATH of JUDGE ADVOCATE. • do swear, That I will not, upon any account whatsoever, disclose or discover the Vote or Opinion of any particular Member of the Court-martial, unle.-s required 10 give Evidence thereof as a Witness by a Court of .Justice or a Court-martial in...
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The Courts of Jamaica and Their Jurisdiction: The administration of ..., Part 1

Jamaica - Courts - 1855 - 614 pages
...navy in like cases ; and I do further swear, that I will not, on any account, at any time whatsoever, disclose or discover the vote or opinion of any particular member of this court-martial, unless thereunto required in the due course of law." — SO HELP ME GOD. oaih to...
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Guide to the military examination

Thomas Martin (col.) - 1855
...best of my Understanding, and the Custom of War in the like Cases : And I do further swear, that I will not divulge the Sentence of the Court until it shall be duly approved ; neither will I upon any account, at any Time whatsoever, disclose or discover the Vote...
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General Laws of the State of Minnesota

Minnesota - Law - 1858
...and the best of your understanding and custom of War in such cases; you do further swear (or affirm) that you will not divulge the sentence of the Court until it shall be published by proper authority, neither will you disclose the opinion of any particular member of the Court, unless...
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Acts of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Passed, Volume 1

Kentucky - Law - 1860
...court. HoW accused to be dealt with dor! n( trial. of your understandings and the customs of the service In like cases; and you do further swear that you •will not divulge the sentence of the court, nor the votes or opinion of any particular member, unless required to give evidence thereof in a court...
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The General Statutes of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Volume 1

Massachusetts - Law - 1860 - 1126 pages
...according to your conscience, the best of your understanding, and the custom of TUT in like cases ; that you will not divulge the sentence of the court until it shall be tppror&l by the commanding officer ; and that you will not, upon any account, at any time, disclose...
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Army Regulations

United States. War Department
...doubts should arise, not explained by said articles, then according to your conscience, the best of your understanding, and the custom of war in like...not divulge the sentence of the court until it shall l>e published by the proper authority, except to the judge-advocate; neither will you disclose or discover...
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Military Dictionary

H. L. Scott - 1861
...The oath taken by the president and members contains a twofold obligation to secrecy : 1st, That they will not divulge the sentence of the court, until it shall be published by proper authority ; and, 2d, That they shall not disclose or discover the vote or opinion of any particular...
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Manual of Instruction for the Volunteers and Militia of the Confederate States

William Gilham - 1861 - 559 pages
...of war in like eases; and you do further swear that you will not divulge the sentenee of the eourt until it shall be published by the proper authority; neither will you diselose or diseover the vote or opinion of any partieular member of the eourt martial, unless required...
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A treatise on the criminal law of the navy: with an introductory chapter on ...

Theodore Thring, Great Britain - History - 1861 - 396 pages
...or ' affection ; and I do further swear, that I will not ' on any account, at any time whatsoever, disclose ' or discover the vote or opinion of any particular ' member of this court-martial, unless thereunto ' required in due course of law. " So help me GOD." 55. As soon...
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