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1850 - 1899
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Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser

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Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser

EXTRAORDINARY TRIAL

... confessor against Popery, for ye i Ine'er may look upon my like again.' I anm that v4eritab le pries, who afte all hisbegan to speak against, not only to the Catholic faith, but the moral law, and perverted others n by my teaching. I am the eavaliei-e Achilli ...

EXTRAORDINARY TRIAL

... to describe. And ?? 1-su c as am, Fat and yen shall -se what y o r :out the barbarity ibs and profyigay po th e own it. You speak truly, O Achilli, ado we a on a word. You area elai priest;yogu s- e you fare, it is undeniable, Til th ethe sandanr the palnarry ...

Assize Intelligence

... 'n took refuge in a friend's house, and died almost r- immediately after entering it. The medical wit- s. nesses could not speak positively to the cause of death. It might, in their opinion, have resulted s, from a shock to the nervous system, produced ...

Assize Intelligence

... him. He Itook refuge in a friend's house, and died almost immediately after entering it. The medical wit- nesses could not speak positively to the cause of fo death. It might, in their opinion, have resulted It from a shock to the nervous system, produced ...

O'CONNOR v. BRADSHAW

... conscojusness of absurdities, ofand his eloquence: is not impeded by apparent con- ty, tradictions, no gentleman at the bar cars speak wfith m rretor eergyearnestness, arid effect than my IT fearned fretnd';10 and it must have been evident to ~X- all accustomed ...

Police

... the iffeaning 'of 'taking an ?? i11 ito magistrate explained that in taking an oath, he su th alduon God to witness to 'his speaking the. tei Rsa truth, and rendered himself:' liable to punishment Pr the' both in this world and the next, if he gave false ...

Police

... Did yon see her take it ? Prosecutor: pr No, air, but I know she is the person that took it. -Sir It. W. Carden : Did She speak to you ? Pro- t secistor : Well, sir, perhaps I had a little drop in fol my head, for I do not recollec't what she said to ...

Police

... prisoner w, as given into custody.-Mr. Corne: Are you suffering from great pain e Witness: Yes, Sir I can hardly speak.-Mr. Cocrie told him to speak low, and he (Mr. Corrle) stood close to the witness-box to facilitate him. The witness added that the con- ductof ...