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THE TICHBORNE TRIAL

... the only thing to which Sir W. Fergusson speaks. When he speaks of two cicatrices, he says that it was that sort of cicatrice which might have been made by one cut or two-that it runs together; but he is speaking of one place only. In any view of the case-take ...

THE CRAWFORD DIVORCE CASE

... Itumbert. Why did you speak to Mrs. Rogerson? Became I hi seen her name mentioned :n the papers. Did you speak to her at the time of the firil ?? Oh, no. only when I heard that there was to be a nc,; triail. Did Mrs. Rogerson speak to you? Ob, ro. You told ...

THE SOCIALISTS IN TRAFALGAR-SQUARE

... were kept moving. The defendant said he came there to speak, and thereupon the witness tried to per- suade him to go away. The defendant shouted loudly, I mast speak, I am paid for it. I must speak, or either be shot or arrested. He repeated these words ...

THE TICHBORNE TRIAL

... Jusario.-He is speaking there of Arthur Orton. Dr. KExInLY.-No, my Lord, he is speaking there of Castro. The Lo= Curnm Jnsrcx.-He says he is speak'ig of Arthur Orton, and that he saw him at Newburn Park as Arthur-Orton. Dr - ?? speaks of the real Castro ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... he oughtto speak better Eaplish, He kept speaking to me in French, and I emid, R oger, you will have to Jive in England; you have been in the army, and you ought to speak better English. He spoke E3nglis 4nerfcctly, and preferred speaking French. As ...

THE ASSASSINATION CONSPIRACY

... ramed Phelaui ? Yes.-A railwary gnard P Yes.-Did Wrlsh speak to you about these two mini P Yes.-Whar n3 did he ask M My- Opirion of ?? yoa give it to is him ? I ?? MiCaftroy, you, and ha were speak- is iri togetsler some tilre, did M'Caffrey leave you ...

WEST RIDING ASSIZES

... this wvas nut the IoBecause he wsyn inL such a habit of d sgutaine, itiln- so that I canusot teil. V iha you speak to thle man?.I ?? remember Speak- d ilox's, him. son tile mnan speck to you?9 He askel me owhere I had hr c whrest ±was golaig, or s8iotluithineat ...

Published: Wednesday 05 February 1879
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 34937 | Page: 6, 7, 8 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... Can you swear that you everheard him speak to any id one ? No. Dr Thep, bow came you to tell the jury that you recognised . his voice at the CAmbridge Music-ball? No answer. a9 Will you swear you aver heard him speak to any human b, bsing in your life ...

THE TICHBORNE TRIAL

... distinguish betweess Roger and the idefemidant. Ie came to speak agaiust a IUin who had defanmed his cousin, cnd I nmake no further obssrva- tihn oat his evidestce. Vicoto de Briasorit was unalde to speak to no0 of Roger's featctirs, and there was nothiltg ...

THE CRAWFORD DIVORCE SUIT

... Did he speak to you ? No. Has he spoken to you on any occasion when he has been rou in the house? He left a message with me once. l For whom ' For Madame Davis. be In what language did hi speak to vost? In English. Have you ever heard him speak to Madame ...

PHŒNIX PARK MURDERS

... him that day? Yes.-bVhere was idt. At Wrein's, at the corner, near Parhliament-street.- off You were speaking to Mottley there? I ?? you O oa speaking to a Mr. Cummins? Yes, nearly opposite :.-Wrenn's.-At the time where were the four men you hat drove ...