On the Wednesday following an inquest was held, and the jury returned a verdict of felo de se.
Or felo de se; for in a case of suicide the acquittal of the deceased by a coroner's jury entitles him to Christian burial.
He was felo de se, and therefore carried away to the cross roads—or elsewhere.
The next day a coroner's inquest was held, and returned a verdict of felo de se.
No doubts seemed to have arisen from the circumstance that there had been, apparently, but a single witness of the felo de se.
A jury of Westminster tradesmen brought in a verdict of felo de se against Sellis.
Avarice had entered his soul, and expelled another powerful passion, which had been impelling him to the commission of felo de se.
You, who encouraged the hemp manufacture, may leave the halter to rogues, and prevent the odium of felo de se.
I rather cling to the notion of felo de se—but this will no doubt come out upon the post-mortem.
And I am by no means sure that by giving that consent you would not be legally an accomplice in my felo de se.
Latin, "suicide," literally "one guilty concerning himself."