A GCARDSMAX IN DIFPICDLTY,

... blood slightly. ' Defendant—Did not say to you 1 was not going to the Exhibition Constable—l did not hear yon say word. Robert Madder, defendant's groom, aas called for defence—His master's horses were trotting, not galloping when the polieeman laid hold ...

Published: Saturday 17 May 1851
Newspaper: Sligo Champion
County: Sligo, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 558 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

LONDON POLICE—Monday

... slightly. Defendant—Did I not lay to you I was not going to the Exhibition ? Constable—l did not hear you say a word. Robert Madder, defendant's groom, was called for the defence—His master's borses were trotting, not gallopping, when the policeman laid ...

Published: Friday 16 May 1851
Newspaper: Cork Examiner
County: Cork, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 569 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE LAW NO RESPECTER OF PERSONS

... and struck him. He considered he had not met with that courtesy from the police which a gentleman was entitled expect. Robert Madder, defendant's groom, was called for the defence. His master's horses were trotting, not galloping, when the policeman laid ...

Published: Thursday 15 May 1851
Newspaper: Cheltenham Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 885 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

LONDON POLICE

... struck him. considered he had not met with that courtesy from the policeman which a gentleman was entitled to expect. Robert Madder, defendant's groom, was called for the defence. —His master's horses were trotting, not gallopping, when the policeman ...

Published: Saturday 17 May 1851
Newspaper: Bucks Herald
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 901 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... and struck him. He considered bad not met with that courtesy from the police which gentleman was entitled to expect. —Robert Madder, defendant’s groom, was called for the defence. Hia mastor’s horses were trotting, not galloping, when the policeman laid ...

MARLBOROUGH-STREET

... struck him. He considered he had not met with that courtesy from the police which gentleman was entitled to expect. „ , - Robert Madder, defendant’s groom, was called for the defence. His master's horses were trotting, not gsUop>n|, when the policeman laid ...

Published: Tuesday 13 May 1851
Newspaper: Morning Advertiser
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 884 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

(be constable to Irt go. The con'Mb'e would not, and lost his temper and struck him. tie considered be bad

... struck him. tie considered be bad nut met with that courtesy from the police which a gentleman is entitled td expect. —Robert Madder, defendant's groom, was called for tbe defence. His master's horses were trot* ing, not galloping, when the policeman laid ...

Published: Saturday 17 May 1851
Newspaper: Kentish Independent
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1033 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

DINGLE WORKHOUSE

... blood aiisl-lly. Defendant—Did I not to you I was not going to the Exhibition ? 'Constable—l did not bear yoniay word. Robert Madder, defendant’s groom, waa caned (or the defence—His master's horses were trotting, not galloping when the policematijaid ...

Published: Saturday 17 May 1851
Newspaper: Kerry Evening Post
County: Kerry, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 979 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

gabs thitillignin

... and struck hint. He considered he had not met with that courtesy from the police which &gentleman is entitled to expect. Robert Madder, defendant's groom, WAS called for the defence. His master's horses were trotting, not galloping, when the police laid ...

A CAPTAIN OF THE GUARDS SENT TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION. Captain Paulet Henry Somerset,' of the Coldstream ..

... struck him. He considered he had not met with that courtesy from the police which a gentleman was entitled to expect. Robert Madder, defendant's groom, was called for the defence.—His master's horses were trotting, not galloping, when the policeman laid ...