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TRIAL OF THE EARL OF CARDIGAN IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS

... TRIAL OF THE EARL OF CARDIGAN IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS. I Tuesday last was the day fixed for the trial of the i Earl of Cardigan, on the charge of feloniously shooting at Capt. Harvey Tuckett. o The Counsel for the prosecution were the Attorney- I General ...

THE TRIAL

... inspector of the Dublin police ; knows Dr. Gray and Mr. John O'Connell; saw Mr. John O'Connell in Court; saw both acting; an arbitrator saw Dr. Gray act but once as arbi- trator; has seen Mr. John O'Connell'several times in Court; saw him first on the ...

Metropolitan Police Intelligence

... before given, had been disposed of, created a disturbance at Mrs, Grattan's dwveling, and also is ith having sent letters to iher (Mrs. Grattan) with the view of extorting money, Mrs. Grattan and Mary Cliff, her cook, proved the dis- turbance In iuestion ...

Metropolitan Police Intelligence

... Rawlinson (to Mrs. Grattan): Who do you ay dimagine is meant by his lordship 1 Mrs. Grattan: , l No doubt the Count Batthyany. Tle most positive denial wr. was given with regard to the disreputable allegation as aas affecting Mrs. Grattan, and the prisoner ...

Metropolitan Police Intelligence

... created a disturbance at Mrs.s tirattll's dweliicg, and also with having sent letters to a leer (Mrsc. Grattan) with else view of extortisug money.t Mrs. Grattan and Mary Cliff, her cook, proved the die- a turbance in question, and the former handed to the i ...

Metropolitan Police Intelligenc

... tavern, who np eared iitlir his arm tic a sling, deposed that hear. ing tie screams of the preceding witness, he wrent to her aid, rind irettle tioe risoners, Howell acd Smitr, comirg docrn s5dc ; in captur'inrg them his arms ard wrrist noere much -1aice-d ...

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, SATURDAY, FEB. 24

... trial in ?? last. Had not walked arm in arm with Lord William Paget; had smoked a cigar in a his Lordship's company;, and on one occasion had walked d under his umbrella when it was snowing, but did not take hold v e of his arm. Ilad called upon his Lordship ...

Metropolitan Police Intelligence

... created a disturbance at Mrs. h'rattall's dwellisng, and also with having sent letters to her (Mirs Grattan) with thle view of extortisg money. Mrs. Grattan and Mlary Cliff, her cook, proved the dis. turbance in question, and the former handed to the ma-sistrate ...

HORRIBLE MURDER

... -Sun. LORD WILLIAM PAGET v. LORD CARDIGAN.-W6 have received a letter from Messrs. Powell, Broderip, and Wilde, solicitors for the Earl of Cardigan, - requesting us to publish two letters enclosed, the one from Lord Cardigan, and the other from them- selves ...