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A young man in Aroostook County, Mobile, advertising for wife, speaks of himself as follows : lam eighteen ..

... A young man in Aroostook County, Mobile, advertising for wife, speaks of himself as follows : lam eighteen years old, have a good set of teeth, and believe in Andy Johnson, the star-spangled banner, and the 4th of July. I have taken State lot, cleared ...

THE CRAWFORD DIVORCE CASE

... -Why did you speak to Mrs, Rogerson? 3rcauis .I had seen 11er name mentioned in the papers,- Dlid yoe speak to her at thle time of the.pfirst trial'? Oh, no only when I heard tiat there was to ha a second trial. -Did AMrs. Rogerson speak to you? Oh, no ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... may have said I had been in- forined- he was a Spaniard. Did he speak in Spanisht'-I did notbknow what Spanish was.- - Did he speak in a foreign language ?-No. Did you ever hear him speak a language that you did not understand ?-No. Did you ever enquire ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... credit.- I think there a1re only those two women who speak to seeing the tattoo. Henry Allen, the codlc of the Middleton, saw him in 1852, and never noticed any poek-marlm or tattco upon him, and hle speaks of a twitch of the eye. Hle saw bin with his arms ...

THE CRAWFORD DIVORCE CASE

... Street, which immediately faced the house, Mfadamo '!Davis Always lot him ?? have heard him speak to her ? I have, he had a deep voice. -Did ho usually speak in English or in French ?-Freneh: sir, at times. I have never oponsd the door to him myself. ...

THE REFORM OF KINO EDWARDS SCHOOL

... country is interested in their having suitable education. I am not speaking for them, and God knows if I were I should not be ashamed of my clients; but I am speaking for you—l am speaking for society—and I do say, that if that class should grow up without ...

THE SOCIALISTS IN TRAFALGAR SQUARE

... himself on the terrace ail asserted his right to speak. The police informed him that he would not be allowed to speak from that point, whereupon he expostulated, an,! said hle was paid to come there to speak, and that he would stand ori the parapet for that ...

ST. PATRICK'S FRIENDLY BURIAL SOCIETY

... : 1 call on you to sit down, sir. I must maintain order. The Kev. Sir. Nugent: I have as good a right speak you, sir. The Chairman : You cannot speak now, sir. I call on you to retire. The Kev. Mr. Nugent: I have resolution to propose. The Chairman : I ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... esot of idle way bf talkisig, as if he dropped his words out of his mouth rather thass utttered them. It Was a lazy way of speaking. I don't think I can describe his voice. To the Lord Chief Justice: I remember no peciliarity in the voice. Examination ...

THE CAMPBELL DIVORCE SUIT

... that Lady 'Miles w-as thinking aidd acting, and war accepted ats his friend. Lady Mileswas speaking her most intimate ITind, even of her own relations, speaking fully and in the fullset conddence of the most intimate friendship. I agree in one thin; with ...

THE CRAWFORD DIVORCE CASE

... oniceer twice, My impression is that I was actually at breakfast, liltimete friends and members of the family would come in and speak to me when 1 was at breakfast. 'Were you at home after breakfast while Parliament was .sittling ?-No, I leftb there abouth ...

THE TICHBORNE BARONETCY

... letters. Witness: I speak other foreign languages; I speak Castilian. The Solicitor-General: Castilian is the finest Spanishl spoken, is it not - like P arisian French or gunpowder tea 7 -I speak Spanish. A Juryman : A Spaniard speaking of himself would ...