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Inquests

... brightly' at the time. We may unote iere tliatso far thisis ah thlt isosknowoi of this sad affair, as the victim was not able to speak until he died,. as will be seeni, on the following day, Sunday hist. Kelcey described the deceased as rather a tall stout man ...

The Metropolis

... occasion. Although, now and then there were con- siderable crowds assembled round the prize animals, the arrangements, generally speaking, were so excellent that but little difficulty was experienced by the public in free- dom of transit throughout the ?? News ...

Birmingham police

... words which site never heard expressei by any geatleman before, sand shte told tleem sue thought Chat was not the wesy to speak to an useprotected girl.-Mr.- Sweeney, one of the Relieving Officers, wiho u-as tee Court, stated that tics Workciouse was ...

Birmingham police

... usual, and the next quarter's account, up to September, amounted to about £106. The precise words used by Mr. Talbot, iss speaking as to the hbooks at Portlock's, were, I looked at his hooks, the sums seemed duly paid, and were cro'ssed off. His drawn ...

STAFFORDSHIRE ASSIZES

... part, of the hlead. I was at the bottom of thes rails when this tusk place, and 1 was so airsick I could, neither move nor speak for two or three minutes. I thens went up to where the per- sons were standing, and I saw thes prisoner putting a woman on ...

EXTRAORDINARY TRIAL IN FRANCE

... acquaintance between the de Jeufosses and the Guillots commenced, Guillot was constantly pay- ing compliments, and trying to speak to her in secret; but she had always repelled him, and had told Madame Jeufosse of his ?? President: Did you notice that he ...

WARWICK WINTER ASSIZES

... partner, Mr. Cooper. Imet the prisoner at the Kinges Arms, Whittail Street. Ile called sue out of a room there and. desired to speak to me. This would be on the 9th or 10th August. I have known him before, when he was at work at a gun manufac- tory, but I ...

WARWICK ASSIZES

... conversation ?? him on this point Ibefore the last Jesse audit. Before the audit ins Novemsber last, I lead more talk wcith him. Speaking of the deficiency, Griffius told me to post these stuesps so osnitted in lbs an~ear column. I railed lets attention to the ...

THE ENQUIRY INTO THE CONDUCT OF THE CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE

... the reason why he did not speak to Air. Gibbs as le had done to the oiter Inspectors, was that the defi- ciency was so trifling. Inspector Austin, chief clerk in Mr. Stephens' office, was after- wards called, but beyond speaking to some slight recollection ...