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THE ALLEGED SEVERITY BY THE MISTRESS OF THE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL

... by Mrs. Paul. It was about ten o'clock in the forenoon. It was for not speaking aloud. I ( was standing with other girls in a class, saying my lessons. t, Mrs. Paul asked me to speak louder, and I did so. She found fault with me for not reading loud enough ...

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 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 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 

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 ...

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 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 ...

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 ...

HULL BANKRUPTCY COURT, WEDNESDAY

... repay the amoeunt that he w lead abstracted from the partiteiship funds, to which be had as not contributed Is.-! am not speaking about any arrange- el xnent, bat ae to whether any account wae taken of yourle Irabiitas and assets? He had the keepince ...

BEVERLEY ELECTION INQUIRY COMMISSION

... them. Don't know who went out. I The CsIEF COnaxssIOoNEn.-What was your ?? to the bank on the Monday evening for ?-I went to speak to the manager. The CEims ComassIONEu.-Why, you knew the money had been advanced and expended ?-I wanted to know if he was ...

YORKSHIRE WINTER GAOL DELIVERY

... know the; at elli, and I replied, Well, I think I should be better able to speak to the if I ~ew them. The Coroner then .,A d1 What do you mean by hletter; could 70o1 speak to them at all and I said, I don't know, but I might if I were to see them ...

THE MURDER ON THE NORTH LONDON RAILWAY

... His lips quivered, and, holding his head down, wept bitterly. in this position he continued while the learned counsel was speaking, and was consequently visible only to the people who were seated in the gallery and those in the dock. Whet1 the prisoner ...

Published: Friday 04 November 1864
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 11721 | Page: 7 | Tags: Crime and Punishment