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YORKSHIRE ASSIZES

... 192. Mr. Speak then went to the defendants' warehouse, and saw thereMr. Whittaker, the head of the American department, and on seeing these goods Mr. Whittaker said they were what IMr. Semon could sell in America. The pattern which Mr. Speak showed contained ...

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 ...

YORKSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES

... I 5.Samuel Gifford to vote the fifth with paying £30 to I le Riieiard Wilcockc ; the Sixth with paying £40 to William x ie Speak ; the seventh with paying £40) to John W aiuwiright, Wo 11through Aachiibald Crowtlier ; the eighth with p?nylng £50 Hc 5-to ...

CHARGE OF THE ARCHDEACON OF CRAVEN

... Puritas times to remind us that religious Cdlfcrencee between tho Church and other comnunions are not of recent origin. I speak advisedly of religious difteiances-differences affecting religious faith and wor- ship. It is true that exception might be ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... reimained with them. How. ever, I decided to remain and speak to them for a few minutes. Accordingly I went up to the lady and said, Row do you do, Katie P She was deeply veiled. I was speaking to her for a few minutes when I found to my gneat surprise ...

THE WIFE MURDER AT HUDDERSFIELD

... house of a man named Hartley, with whose family, s5 he wras intimate. Arived there, he walked into the kitohen g vrithout spea~king to any one, and proceeded to wash his ., and, rmaringhethehad done for her fox ever,, *ad ththe ould awing for ths ? ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... William. son called on me, and I had a conversation with him. The person I am speaking of belonged to the artillery. He might now belong to the Rifles. Will you swear you did not speak about the horses of the 60th Rifles to him ?-I don't know. It would oblige ...

THE CONVENT SCANDAL

... spirit. You would scarcely report me to myself. My name was not mentioned, but my direction -it was entered, not allowed to speak to Mrs. Grim- stone. Mrs. MlOwne's was the only name mentioned. I told ber not to write such again, and not to keep or have ...

EXECUTION OF BARTHELEMY FOR THE WARREN-STREET MURDER

... a blow at deceased I with his left hand ; he did not speak to the deceased, t but struck him a violent blow in the low r part of the v body with his left hand, and then ran away. He Lid e not speak at the tiue. I did not see a knife or any - instrument ...

THE YELVERTON MARRIAGE CASE

... iniissioliaries. (The witness read two letteis froni Major Yelverton, ?? accoilljanyiog a box of cheioot-, a-id the other speaking of an approaciniig visit to witii.e-s Tlie lettcrs were couched in teriiis of thle great- est fill oilia-ity.) Aii.s. Yelvertoll ...

ALLEGED MURDER OF A YOUNG LADY BY A SURGEON

... busyj ard said 'Nonsense; I can't speak to you now.' She said 'I must speak to you.' She said she was two or three days over hor time; would I make up two or three pills, for it? She said her mamma vwas frequently speaking to her about it as if she believed ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... she had never heard a 9marei1nor speak. The IOnD CMrsEF JUSTIc.-Did you notice any differ. ence between hia manner of speaking and other people's in that district. No. 'To Mr. HAW=IXe.- I wil swear I heard Roger speak. The defendant's voice is the same ...