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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 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 ...

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 ...

M. LAMBRI v. MR. LABOUCHERE

... that I asked him if lhe had been convicted. Hearing nie speak Greek to thie keeper of the caf6, Harris came to me and said, I I elso speak Greek, and it is not often that an Euglishlirari speaks Greek so wvell. lie told rue that lie was a booknialker ...

YORKSHIRE WINTER ASSIZES

... Mr. WAnaDy.-Did you go to your sister, Mrs. Orrell, ri the other day, and speak to her about the evidence she df was going to give in this case ? No; only that she was to speak the truth. b Who told you to go? Nobody. ii' How came you to interest yourself ...

THE CRAWFORD AND DILKE DIVORCE CASE

... -ae had had some reasc/a to complain of her - not attending to her domestic duties about that time, and he said he would speak to her father. However, she her. self appears to have consulted bter sister, Mrs. Ashton Dake, who saw Mr. Crawfordo Some ...

THE LAMBRI-LABOUCHERE LIBEL CASE

... did not ask him if he had been convicted. Harris approached me, and said, You speak Greek., Harris said he was English. I replied that it was nice for an Englishman to speak Greek so well. He said that he was a bookmaker, and attended races. I replied ...

YORKSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES

... of 3 the material to Mr. Paul Speak, and he handed a ball . made from it to a man of the name of Rawnsley, whose F. duty it was to seek out a customer. - Rawnsley introduced the business between the parties, and Mr. Speak had an ?? cdefendanta'makageyrwhenan ...

THE ALLEGED CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD THE GOVERNMENT AT YORK

... weighed at mid-day; but the detlciencios heowas speaking of were at the weighings which took place in the morning. Witness afterwards said he would not swear that sorne of. the weighings he was speaking of did not take place at mid- day. He had nothing ...

THE CRISIS IN IRELAND

... grievances in Ireland. Wide publicity had , been given by handbill of the meeting, and among Ithose 'who were announced to speak were Mr. John Barry, Mr. Firigan, and Mr. O'Donnell, MJ.P.'S. IThe demonstration was organised on a I large scale, and was ...