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YORKSHIRE LENT ASSIZES

... instances, they could oilv hear his ge- neral cbaracter. Mr. Smnith then concluded bv stat- ing that he had heard many persoas speak highly of hins, and none slafavourably, and his character for ha. manity and tenderness of disposition, sto d high. - TheJudge ...

YORKSHIRE LENT ASSIZES

... Matloni, at James Davi-rn's, and as Scono as hie saw him he said he wraa Ire man who 'tad sohbes i hat, and on hearing him Speak ho re- cogroized 'the voice as beling the voice of tile person wsho bail demanded his money. The prairner said, I Are you the ...

YORKSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES

... property to be JO Treimved'jliy a contiflk'ntial scrvant. ' posa ;o Genatlemsen, Theren is' one point on' 'whichq I never le speak but Witlitire greatest dififidence and reluctance, ,bucall'elIknow hibrer are nancy of you tions whom I 20 might rat her apply ...

YORK ASSIZES

... ti 1 Froim lihitc 't he sent to thl Colontel at the T albot Inn, and tdesired ihe smi.-tta tell1 hinn ltat lie winheiI to speak teitis' hum , thiti Nxts Isetween site and seven o'clockcin ths ' isvicing. Thei Colonel came out into a little anti- ilietbe; ...

ASSIZES

... Ii 5 ! Oni tile * o'd t1'IOU, l I was ai lioroughi ridge, ttle pale au cail l to t the public house where I was andc ?? to speak ito re. le s~tid, ' Mattvi 'ele is my uncle King it the lair atol i cail t finrl hiin, ansd I have boughit a ,h sise ilr lliin; ...

WAKEFIELD SESSIONS

... part of the prisoner, and determine to whiclbthey would give credit, as it was impos' sible they could both speak thle truth. Chair- man in speaking of tihe evidence, said it was vcery extraornsirrary Mrs. Thompson had not bee n produced in Court. This ...

IMPORTANT EXAMINATION

... :Noagktratei on account of the laterfess of the houir, postpu1 ed the further Isestigateion. 'lhb Prisotcer attempted tie speak, hot (ie lirst qciesol hi ?? td was oo sf t h a tledenicy, that he sas desired ?? desijt, h- ceas ortered fur a fur- tiic-r ...

JOHN BELLINGHAM

... Menmber of Parliament; was goine throoph the lo.bby of the House of Commons, owaerd- ithe dour ; as hie wus passing, stopped to speak to a Gen- ticoirn, ; ?? in convesation, heard the report ot a p stod, which appeared to have been fired close by the entrant ...

YORKSHIRE LENT ASSIZES

... e o a * mnn iiohii e of tEcftd, one of wieomn seized it atine ht re'n4 bridle, ani also tooak cf hih Coot, btr a d nnt Vi speak; tht other dtalaa wio was oa the righi side, el alli tol-,14 ?? liai gest Coat, and filid, We ileriar&3ynur sttosney' in ...

LONDON, Tuesday, June 25

... aie rather too numerous for the speed, with whicli it purports have been received ; for the Fiench accounts, the 7th, not speak any change between the 4th and that date. mail arrived yesterday from Heligoland, which brought letters to the 1 5th, one of ...

Published: Tuesday 29 June 1813
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1926 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

MURDER OF EDWARD CLIFFORD

... ntght at fficted b. the ead of msy bifi. whiih is aen the ojisar side of the. bn a,.(e ,t1 itam; nsih wepst ?? again, witbotat speak-ng facull to one wcrAD I thought she wroulhsbve tome in When tendec t Igot ep, I fitd be hammer J35t hi the door, which paios ...