The truth was that in addition to the humiliation put upon him by Dick Bissell, Sube was feeling a little lonely in his outlawry.
It was a Paradise where no writ had ever wandered, nor the word "outlawry" had ever been uttered.
Here issues process of outlawry; if men will not answer law in this centre of law, they shall be cast out of the circle of law.
He obtained the removal of his outlawry by presenting George II.
Your Majesty must, in spite of your own tenderness of heart, have these letters of outlawry made out.'
The king retaliated by placing the clergy of the kingdom in (p. 113) outlawry.
He spent nineteen years in outlawry, hunted from place to place, with a price on his head.
It was for this that Dyke had been driven to outlawry and a jail.
The institution of outlawry exists among the Wyandots in a peculiar form.
At the end he writes: 'I hope you will like them—they are at least written in the spirit of outlawry.'