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HULL BANKRUPTCY COURT

... your Honour will allow me to pon, I justify myself. denl The COMMIrSSIONERt-.Mr. Bell you must not speak also tto Mr. Hunt. Mvr. Hunt you most not speak to Mr. 'pan~ IBell.bu 3 Mr. BELrL-1 trust your Honour will not allow this had - man to malign my character ...

Published: Friday 17 November 1848
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4475 | Page: 6 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

ALLEGED MURDERS ON THE HIGH SEAS

... the larboard or starboard side, but I looked for some cotton to stop the blood. The captain said, For God's sake, Tom, do speak a couple of words, and then he heaved the bayonet on the foor. The corpse was then taken on the deck. Reason did not live ...

Published: Friday 05 December 1845
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4506 | Page: 8 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

TRIAL OF D. M'NAUGHTEN, THE ASSASSIN

... linren: I had no idea c a- that lie had such a soar of money as £700 1bount him ; tire tn he10 illness rwhichl I bave becn speaking of wvas about the latter sa end of November last year. 'The moment the prisoner d ral came home at iight lie rvent direct ...

YORKSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES

... signed, l was then sent for the tea board, and Mr. Barraclougl signed. Wmii. Heseltine did not speak. to him before he dropped the pen. I never heard Heseltine speak at all. He was close to the bed, and so was his wife. She never spoke. Betty Vollans-a nurse ...

HULL DISTRICT COURT OF BANKRUPTCY

... next time I come up. I can't answer the question, at least not satisfactorily. There is a statement , preparing. I can only speak to the best of my knowledge. Mr. BELL might be permitted to say Ihat Mr. Melton had .not, as yet, made up his accounts, . ...

OR YORKSHIRE AND PBICTKD AND PUBLISHED BY T. TOPPING, * »E OFFKE. I CONTINUATION OP CASES, Mont. Its. CAFFFRATA ..

... TO THE INHABITANTS OF HULL, Ac. Ac. IN laying the following Cases before the Public, Dr. CAFFERATA thinks, that as facts speak for themselves, any observation his own part would superfluous, Suffice it to say then, that they are authenticthey have plain ...

Published: Tuesday 07 October 1828
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4193 | Page: 1 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

ECCLESIASTICAL COURT OF YORK

... are to love our neighbours as otirselves, are we not ? f can't do that-I love my self a good deal better. Arnd that after speaking of a clergyman who, hie said, might be known for the fact of his comning snesking or skulking into another man'sa parish ...

SOUTH LANCASHIRE ASSIZES

... patinae, lie picked up the child; it te awas4 alive. It tried to speak, but lie could not understand it. Tire servant arose ott her hands and kneese and looked wild,si savage. Site tried to speak, but the wnltnre could not utider. tI astand her. The woman ...

THE MURDER IN ST. GILES'S LONDONAPPREHENSION OF THE MURDERER

... to speak to the prisoner's identity. Mr. Oldhan, the cutler, who sold the knife, and his daughter who vast; with him in the shop, were convinced that the prisouier was the person they had seen. Mrs. Hall, the landladv of the house, could not speak positively; ...

LONDON POLICE

... Wednesday last, hsewever, a gentlclnanly-dressed man walked itto the shrip, ani having got Mr. Johis- son aside, as if to speak. to him aboilt sonic particular business, woitlsoit anyt hesitation or circumloaimtioii of speech, lise told Mr. Johnson that ...

Published: Tuesday 11 December 1827
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1939 | Page: 1 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

EAST-RIDING MIDSUMMER QUARTER SESSIONS

... morning of the robbery. of The ?? Ihave Yo tO Sy wtitnes to speak to yo.r jng character I .to The prisoner said be had no wittnesses. He wais sure thlt his Mr. Hart. one of the jury, would speak for him. fly leave of the counsel for the probecution, Mr ...