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THE FENIAN OUTRAGE AT MANCHESTER

... morning. The Prisoner Thomas Maguiro.-Gould I speak 111.- Foslvem.-No. It rmuist be through your solicitor. MIr. lIsni'L then said: I have a groat number of other witnesses to call, mid a great number who speak to the idecitity and the participation in this ...

THE CRIMES BILL

... If thy dir d J.juato to .401a enwa e assew - iptmeiand. o'rer in the OcPutry. The time had, come fir the constituencies to speak out wita no uncertain voice ion this matter; 'jnd of this he was quite sure, it they desired to have a powerful' and united ...

THE CONVENT SCANDAL

... of her duties, and I accordingly smade this special rule. I can't say who told me she was speaking too much, but I knew it, and I knew her propen- sity for speaking. She should have referred them to the other sister. I don' t know that I told her to write ...

THE ALLEGED MURDER OF A HULL FISHERLAD

... 'With his fist.~ H~e was thrashing Peppe fiveo e minutes, and after that he jnmped on him and' kicked him. Witness did not Speak, neither did the lad. All the crew were on deck, with perhaps, the ex. caption of Yates. It wse not a fact that witness or ...

THE PHŒNIX PARK MURDERS

... and he (the Attorraey.Gerieral) might he oi excused if he stated that upon. the last eccasion he met 1i him alone he was speaking of a, case of hardship which ix had come unuder his nuotice. Hie was ever active end warm ft upon the side of the oppressed ...

THE CRAWFORD DIVORCE SUIT

... looked upon as a member of the family. it Did you ever speak to Mr. Crawiord ai.oot the-s of his wife? When I met him I always asked ett 1 and called her by ber Christian nam-e. Did you ever speak to her husband of these v;. e young; married woman ? It ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... Zeliance on the testimony of such a man on RlyQ1 igR else be speaks to in the course o2 his testimony, unless he is porroborated by other evidence. If a man on the most immaterial matter speaks untraly, with the intention to deceive those who rely on his ...

THE CONVENT CASE

... leave the convent or coin. *y 'mit one single sin. She has''been kept in absolute 'rsilence, my lord, and no one allowed to speak to her or during two years, her greatest dread being lest she ;he should lose her reason under this cross. The train is he ...

Published: Friday 26 February 1869
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 12634 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

THE TICHBORNE TRIAL

... on the 9th July, and you will perceive that he speaks of Mr. Tichborne having left Santiago either on the 7th or 8th, tn his return in some way to Valparaiso. The LonD CniEir JUSrrIon.-He does not speak positively Li to the date. The ArToDNErsY. GcsENEAn ...

THE ALLEGED MURDER OF A HULL FISHERLAD

... outsidc,) h Ra it loud enough for the others to' hear it. He was ex- citable. The deceased appeared to be afraid. He did not speak, but went down the cabin. He had every chance of leaving the ship 1-No. We were in the middle of the dock. No further conversa ...

Published: Friday 24 March 1882
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 13463 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

THE CRAWFORD DIVORCE CASE

... 'Will you allow me to speak, sir t I never anuswered the bell, as there wera two loot- men Icept for tile purvose. Were there downstairs two doors, an outer and an inner door to the hall ? Yes. Did Ellen Drake find you speaking to a lady between those ...

THE GLASGOW MURDER

... a notice of the personal appearance of Miss, Smith at the bar, the correspondent of the Ayrshire Express a says N:-Whoever speaks, counsel or witness, must be sensible of the fixed, penetrating glance of her large dark eye. Her head is perpetually turning ...