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ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE

... and that Mr. flillwya was speaking at a meeting in Bhlloh Chapel they went there to hear him. The rev, gentlemen were received cordially enough, alnd wvere invited to taike seats in the large pew. There was a good deal of speaking, part of it in Welsh, and ...

THE ROAD MURDER

... go on with the questions, and theh we shall clear the way the better. The Clerk: When did she first speak to you? Witness: She aithorised me to speak to Sir George Grey about three or four weeks ago. Q, That is, gn the subject now under investigation- ...

DIVORCE COURT, WESTMINSTER

... Tiiwaltes-In her presence. I said that Dale was his [1kept mistress. I had then resumed the habit of speaking to hini. I do not remember takiui to speak to him' agnin before Feb., 156. 1 have since that t¶'mo occaslonally cafied her his rkent mistress ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... but did not strike him; Mr. Fisher (superintendent) then came out and said he, must not speak to the prisoner; he (defendant) replied that he would go and speak to Mr. Burges on the subject, and was entering the court for that purposewhen Mr. Fisher ...

BRISTOL SUMMER ASSIZE

... the door, aiid had a staff with brass; Bulphin asked permissioii af the chairman to allow him to speak; believes the words were, Gentlemen. allow me to speak; the multitude cried out to hear him; imme- diately a scuffle took place, and Buiphin was thrown ...

BRISTOL ASSIZE

... e by speaking loudly, a Several people spoke to Vincent, and witness said to b him, I wish you would please to he qiiet. I under. q stood you were here to keep the place in order. Vincent, is who was in uniform, asked, Who are you speaking ri to ...

THE LATE HORRIBLE MURDER IN TRENCHARD-STREET

... part to herself; silo I ct told her (Sarah Thomas) that she evould give her all the silver spoons and plate if elie would not speak of it; she told her that to it would be a long time before it would be found out, for tllero d were not many pereone coming ...

THE MYSTERIOUS MURDER AT RIDGEHILL, NEAR WINFORD

... anything happening that evening. Did not know Mirs. Cox. James Wedlaice did not speak to any woman that night during the half. hour he was with him, neither did any woman speak to him. William Kew, living at Heron's-green, testified to being disturbed on ...

THE STRAND TRAGEDY

... nlevb'r heard hilm say anything a gainst himt.I The Coroner-Did you ever hear him speak thireateningly of e Major ?,Iirray? Witness-No. I '4The Coroner-Did deceased ever speak to you about pistols? I y Witness-Y'es, lee said, 1I have pistols mlete other ...

THE TICHBORNE TRIAL

... least like him, I formed r that opinion in the first half-hour I saw him at the Law Institution, and the moment I heard him speak. d L~ady Radcliffe, examined by Mr. Hawkins-My chris.t! ian name is Catherine. I am the wife of Sir Percival Radcliffe, of ...

SOMERSET ASSIZE

... wbilethey played cards. Ernest did not speak toCon. etence during the evening. Had heard Ernest say once ortwicethathedidnotlikeher, but he gave no reason, and did not complain of her. Cross.exasnined-Had heard the prisoner speak well of Constance. After they ...

CRAWFORD DIVORCE CASE

... that ?? you allow me-to: speak, sir? I never answered the bell, as there were tvo footmen kept for the purpose. Were there downstairs two doors, an outer and an inner door to the hall ?-Yes. n Did Ellen Drake find you speaking to a mdy between those two ...