1684, The Holy Bible: containing the Old Testament and the New; newly translated out of the original tongues: and with the former translations diligently compared and revised, London, Proverbs, chapter 26, verse 12:
The situation of the pope, deprived of all hope of assistance from any quarter, and relinquished even by hisown people, left him no other expedient to save himself, and the Roman see, from absolute ruin, than […] .
[…] had, also, his own projects, hisown adventures, hisown schemes of fortification, and hisown sources of expence; […]
1834 January 18, The New-York Christian Messenger, and Philadelphia Universalist, volume 3, number 12, reprinted in, 1834, The New-York Christian Messenger, and Philadelphia Universalist, volume 3, New York, page 91:
And now the traitor also is having a trial—not before the Jewish Sanhedrim, but at a different and far more impartial tribunal—the bar of hisown conscience.