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THE TICUBORNE BARONETCY CASE

... that Roger spokelF- surnchwen but I never heard him speak it. Nor did I hear t5' claimant speak French. I don't remembor in what sL' tences he spoke broken English: bht ho spoke like foreigner would speak English. I would not have tald him for a foreigner ...

GLASGOW POISONING CASE

... if I knew Christines. I Said I did. Hle SPir asked me if I would ask Christina to, come octt and speak to en, hinm.- I did so, and she went out to speak to him. I weespre- obj sent when they met, but did net hear what they were saying. obj I sw he tlkd ...

PHŒNIX PARK MURDERS

... know a man w le named Mottley? I ?? you speaking to hima e d that day? Yes.-Where was it? At Wreun's, at al 1 the corner near Parliament-street.-You were B e speaking to Mottley there'? I ?? y; *n you speaking 4to a Mr. Cummins? Yes, nearly h.. ifopposite ...

THE RUGELEY POISONING CASE

... I went to give Ward the letter he was sitting in the smoking-room of the Dolphin Inn, at Stafford. I told him I wished to. speak to him, and ?? him out into the yard, and gave the letter to him, there. There were other people in the room at the time. I ...

PRESTON POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... defended Speak.-P.D. n 11 Welch said that he believed if the case was remanded 75'until Munday, he could bring evidence to substantiate the rded, charges againet fill the prisoners.-Mr. Edelaton said ?? thsthe only evidence against Mrs. Speak was that ...

South Lancashire Assizes

... hetble re s much as £-1,l00 a year, but I cannot speak accurately. d inbegan in 819?. It was about lbs 20th of July, 1812, that my fm tefather walked on the terrace with the colonel. My fatherchn tedid not speak to me about the allowance to Harvey. I did hv ...

THE TRIAL OF DREYFUS

... witness, that we bullied him to prevent him from speak- ing. I wish the person who made that statement would come here and repeat it. The truth is that we did bully him, not to ] prevent him from speaking, but, on the con- trary, because he refused to say ...

THE MORDAUNT DIVORCE CASE

... after the confinement. She did not on anV appearance, but she would not speak. From t at time, the 10th May, she appeared to be shaauming more or less. I thought she could speak if she liked. Silence and a fixed look were all the appearances she assumed ...

THE FENIAN TRIALS

... Never at ?? youltattth a your mind to speak to R eddOu? Not t£~ YO ied IL a* Street. They took me roudend thatslitata tivtfied him, and said I had comec to the ?? ,~ I was ?? yon say you had meds 51515 thut Is 01 speak to Rdedden, andthat you had come Po ...

LANCASHIRE SPRING ASSIZES

... gentleman the do- I fendant. At the very outset of the case, It was extremely iim- he, portant that the jery should know that in speaking of Mr. led Hopwood. the father of the defendant, they did not use the ?? terms lunacy or insanity in the ordinary acceiptatiton ...

THE FENIAN TRIALS

... to say why the eourt exci should not proceed to pass sentence of death upon them Mi according to law. rigs Allen: I want to speak. stea Could: I am aof. to rep1 to that. reap Mr. Jus ice urn2= sahighe would hear Allen first. Ass The prisoner Allen then ...

GREAT ANTI-CORN-LAW BANKUET

... manufactur- iog place. (Applause.) That is my notion of what 'oght to be the case. (Hear, hear.) I may speak of chivalry and of generosity. I did speak of those topics in the first instance; bat I eacknowledge that 1 have more solid and weighty ground for ...