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THE ALLEGED SEVERITY BY THE MISTRESS OF THE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL

... by Mrs. Paul. It was about ten o'clock in the forenoon. It was for not speaking aloud. I ( was standing with other girls in a class, saying my lessons. t, Mrs. Paul asked me to speak louder, and I did so. She found fault with me for not reading loud enough ...

THE BISHOP BURTON MURDER

... me. I made out eleven or twelve men altogether. Mr. WYLIS-Csn you speak to any of these persons, 'd other than you have named, as assaulting you ? Witness-No. oe Mr. WYXLIE-Can you speak to any of them as being r the person who struck Jex? Witness-No. ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... cannot give any ether answer, When I say the spring, Icoannot say whether it was March, April, or WIay. Whets I speak of the spting, I speak generally. I cannot fix the year. Did yoa make any complsait of thetattooa ?? Tichbornei'-Xo. I - mar' to 'Lady ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... wEsI. And did you remain in court two or three whole daysF I Tel'. YoU were able to hear him speak the whole of the day? Yes. Tbe moment you heard him speak you recogniled his voc ? Yes, Idid. You were the lady who va pointed out to him In court? Yes] ...

END OF THE TICHBORNE CASE

... 'atch his words, but not for us. I think one or two words caught my listening ear; and I called Up4n the learned counsel to speak up. His aces/er was that indisposition, brought on by over- 7orl., prevented himt from spealing in the loud 'taces which he ...

THE CHARTIST TRIALS

... speech. -i I jleft w the meeting for a short time, and when-I- etrned a FYuell was speaking. The peaple weh theI cheer- pt Mg very much. When Fussell had done speaking Pt Williams said. Now friends, fall in, tour abreast.' t I saw Williams in front of ...

THE POWELL PLOT

... were then placed in the box, and the ta , proceeded. The Attorney General said he was prepared to eail a witness V two to speak to one or two minor pointa which it was necessary should be in the knowledge of the jury. Superintendent Evans deposed that ...

THE POWELL PLOT

... placed in the box, and the tria bot. sroeeed. rect The Attorney General said he Was prepared to call y to a witness or two to speak to one or two minor points, rtwJ which it was necessary should bein the knowledge of ask- Superintendent Evans deposed that ...

THE VICAR OF ALNE'S DIVORCE SUIT

... weas quite 'rue that at first she did promise not to speak to 2tfintoft. but then she found that her husblnd was spreading his version of what occurred in the study, and she deemed it necessary to speak to Min- toft, as the people in the village might think ...

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 ...

HORRIBLE MURDER IN ST. GILES'S

... I saw him speak to the woman, and heard her say, No, I did not. I know the prisoner; I had seen him several times before last Monday. On that evening I saw him near the chapel in Charlotte-street about nine o'clock; he did not then speak to me, but ...