Which preposition to use with acquits

of Occurrences 43%

If the thunderbolt which had struck her had spared her life and reason she must know from my own lips that I was not only a free man, but as innocent of the awful charge conveyed in Sweetwater's action as was the brother, who had just been acquitted of it by the verdict of his peers.

on Occurrences 11%

Having been acquitted on this charge he could not be tried on it again, no matter what discoveries were made.

at Occurrences 7%

As a result it often happened that those who had been acquitted at their trial were kept in prison long afterwards, because they were unable to pay the fees which the gaoler demanded.

for Occurrences 7%

If no decision can be reached, the accused is acquitted for the time, or, in a civil dispute, a compromise is imposed.

in Occurrences 6%

Be old Stackhouse then acquitted in part, if I say, that to his picture of the Witch raising up Samuel(O that old man covered with a mantle!)

from Occurrences 4%

But not only did these natural causes co-operate to produce a metropolitan rabble: neither the nobility nor the demagogues, moreover, can be acquitted from the reproach of having systematically nursed its growth, and of having undermined, so far as in them lay, the old public spirit by flattery of the people and things still worse.

after Occurrences 3%

But he was acquitted after delivering an interesting defence, included among his extant works.

to Occurrences 2%

Were those exceptions to take place, perhaps, Jack, I should have ten to acquit to one that should condemn me.

with Occurrences 2%

Nine more were acquitted with recommendations with which their masters readily complied, that they be transported.

without Occurrences 2%

So Arthur's acquitted without a stain on his character.

before Occurrences 2%

XXVIII.But when Caesar discovered this, he commanded those through whose territories they had gone, to seek them, out and to bring them back again, if they meant to be acquitted before him; and considered them, when brought back, in the light of enemies; he admitted all the rest to a surrender, upon their delivering up the hostages, arms, and deserters.

out Occurrences 1%

He shoulde have been acquitted out of hand, but his bitter enemy, my Lord Chancellor, called on him for his defence, whereat a general murmur ran through the court.

as Occurrences 1%

For it should never be forgotten that the defendant in a criminal case, acquitted as to this charge by the learned judge below, was entitled to every presumption in his favour, and could not properly be condemned but by a judgment free from all reasonable doubt.

against Occurrences 1%

you have received a valuable lesson both in morals and manners; so farewell to Madame de Marignan, and let us write Pour acquit against the score!" Willing enough to accept this cheerful view, I flourished an imaginary autograph upon the air with the end of my cane, and laughingly dismissed the subject.

Which preposition to use with  acquits