Which preposition to use with pardon

for Occurrences 435%

"I might be pardoned for supposing you do not altogether realize how you stand," he replied quietly.

of Occurrences 149%

That shall not serve his turngo Tell him I'll get his Pardon of the King, And set him free from other fears of Justice, But those which I intend to execute.

in Occurrences 59%

Ouzels seem so completely part and parcel of the streams they inhabit, they scarce suggest any other origin than the streams themselves; and one might almost be pardoned in fancying they come direct from the living waters, like flowers from the ground.

from Occurrences 45%

During his absence Sir Feeble Fainwou'd, a doting old alderman and his rival, having procured his pardon from the King to prevent it being granted if applied for a second time, and keeping this stratagem secret, next forges a letter as if from the Hague which describes in detail Bellmour's execution for killing a toper during a tavern brawl.

on Occurrences 28%

And then through the stillness she heard the sweet voice singing, "I love thee because thou hast first loved me, And purchased my pardon on Calvary's tree; I love thee for wearing the thorns on thy brow, If ever I loved thee, my Jesus, 'tis now.

to Occurrences 28%

So much must be pardoned to humanity.

with Occurrences 15%

The labour it has cost me, and the many perils I have encountered to bring it to perfection, will, I trust, effectually plead my pardon with persons of your notorious candour and humanity.

at Occurrences 13%

Cassius readily complied, and Cæsar forgave him, as he forgave all his adversaries: even Marcellus, who had mortally offended him, was pardoned at the request of Cicero.

through Occurrences 6%

She displayed, during her illness, much penitence and true faith, and she died with a good hope of pardon through her Saviour.

before Occurrences 4%

Himself craves the offender's pardon before his confession; and a slight answer contents where the offended desires to forgive.

as Occurrences 4%

Every unpleasant social fact, every outrage to our best instincts, every exhibition of incapacity, incompetency, inefficiency, indifference, every example of super-criminal negligence is pardoned as an effect of that universal sin, human nature.

after Occurrences 3%

A man who has been canting all his life may cant to the last; and yet a man who has been refused a pardon after so much petitioning, would hardly be praying thus fervently for the king.

by Occurrences 2%

He a pardon by appealing to the governor.

without Occurrences 2%

Although it is a sad sight to see all these women deluded with the notion that their sins, however great, could not be pardoned without such a bitter expiation; yet the order and cleanliness that is patent everywhere, and the gardens and greenhouses, lend an attraction to the place in spite of its melancholy associations.

than Occurrences 1%

"Forgive me," she said, nestling in the cushions at my knee, and seeking with upturned eyes, like a child better assured of pardon than of full reconciliation, to read my face, "it is very naughty to laugh, and very ungrateful, when you speak to please me; but is it real kindness to say what I should be very silly to believe?

under Occurrences 1%

It was a point, too, involved in a good deal of difficulty; for there were some English cases which denied the power of pardon under such circumstances.

unto Occurrences 1%

My death I pardon unto her and you, My sinnes God pardon; so vaine world adiew.

among Occurrences 1%

These good qualities, her liberality above all, together with a simplicity of thought and character, which formed a beautiful contrast to the depth of acquired knowledge which she was well-known to possess,these, and her total want of ostentation, made her superiority be pardoned among her companions.

Which preposition to use with  pardon