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THE TICHBORNE CASE

... most part, at home, and Mrs. Hopkinson was a, resident in the lSouse. In speaking to my father he always called him Mr. Seymour. I never heard him, 021 a single occasion, speak of him as his grandfather He was in the habit of addressing me and my brother ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... Did you go nearer to him 2--Oh, dear no; I was quite near enough. (Laughter.) My mother whispered, Speak French to him. I then said, ''Do you speak French 2 and he said, Oli, ladame, in a most atrocious accent. I went on, and said in French, Come ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... first 2-Yes, from the first half hour-from the moment I heard him speak. You were on friendly terms with Roger, and knew him thoroughly ?-Yes. The defendant (in a letter which was read) speaks of your first impression of Isis ?? you come to town to see him ...

THE MYSTERIOUS MURDER IN BAGOT STREET

... she re. ttvnriir and reioiiied rthe geittleinan. Lester and another 1call catlile, hi unitic,.diately ?? Coroiter :Did they speak to Rooeosy Not iii the 51b011-Did they 11a5s ?? L. ?? leyset to the other coil of the colintert, ahout four or five vardi ...

WARWICKSHIRE ASSIZES

... with her arms round the de- coased's neck. The deceased looked as though he hal fainted. The prisoner was speaking to the deceased, and ?? him to speak. Witness went with Fisher to gete-muos bm'dy. When Ito returned, Bli s. Peckham, Mrs. 1tsytey, foar or ...

THE STAFFORDSHIRE DIVORCE CASE

... suoh a thought only belongs to heathens. The cold, unromantic, impure-minded would say it in a bad book. It does, no doubt, speak plainly of -these associations In life better hidden from the light, but on the other handhow grand are nome of the higher ...

THE CAMPBELL DIVORCE SUIT

... Both doctors would be called, as well as another medical man of high position, who was able from subse- quent observation to speak with confidence. There was no pretenie whatever for the suggested allegation. The lady, no doubt, was suffering from a severe ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... know which cousin you address ? He said, I do not recognise them ; they do not recogisise me; we are all so altered, speaking in a sort of broken English. He then said to Mrs. Towneley, Ah, I see you must be Lucy, be- cause you are older. He spoke ...

THE PARNELL COMMISSION

... lr. Parnell? I saw Mr. Parnell alone. I had nothing to do with anybody - except Mr. Parnell in these transactions broadly speaking.- Do you remember on the Wednesday having a converne- i t;on with Mr. Pamnell about MIr. Davitt ?-I have no (iaubt there ...

BIRMINGHAM ASSIZES

... mself with a notebook containing a pretended entry made at the time-there was a great distinction between that and a man speaking the truth, ao he was bound to think Nicholls did, with regard to the evidence, and only Ii gettiug a ntebook manufactured ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... ' ' Mir. Hawkins: -Did you ever speak to Arthur Ortont Witness: I don't believe I dil. Dr. Kenealy': I don't understand what a tout is so well as Mr. Haawkins-what ir it? (Laughter.) Witness: lam not, strictly speaking, a tout in Mr. Hawkins's sense of ...