Who is the Europe whose scorn will check the pen of Elizabeth when she is about to sign the death warrant?
Moreover, Malmesbury's treaty contained its own death warrant.
The grim prelate advances, reads the death warrant, and offers pardon if they renounce their faith.
His name and seal were on the death warrant of Charles the First.
The suspicion was the unfortunate one's death warrant, and also its execution.
Even if I faced the death warrant, I should not be sorry that I stayed.
It was so: in granting a suspension of arms he had signed his own death warrant.
"It is not your death warrant, I assure you," says he, with a sneer.
This contest was the death warrant for Church Rates in Dudley.
It is our solemn League and Covenant—and our death warrant if discovered.