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HORRIBLE MURDER IN ST. GILES'S

... $sa lhlins speak to ?? woman, asnd heard her say, No, I did iot. I know the prisoner; I had seen him se eral times before last Monday. On that evening I saw hinm near the chapel in Charlotte-street about nine o'clock; he did not then speak to me, but ...

YORKSHIRE WINTER ASSIZES

... Mr. WAnaDy.-Did you go to your sister, Mrs. Orrell, ri the other day, and speak to her about the evidence she df was going to give in this case ? No; only that she was to speak the truth. b Who told you to go? Nobody. ii' How came you to interest yourself ...

THE BANNERCROSS MURDER

... the man ?-Becanse he was so difficuli much in the habit of disguising himself. faze,, at Did you speak to the man ?-I don't remember. -home.. Did he speak 'to-you 7-He asked mue where I hail been, medica or where I was going, or something of that kind ...

Published: Friday 07 February 1879
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 9872 | Page: 7 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

Accidents, Offences, & Inquests

... might be compromised by speaking. There were yet five other persons in the hospital, and it would hardly be fair to Lowe if they were to press on him now for evidence, when they might get it from other persons who could speak to the thansaction. lie then ...

EXTRAORDINARY TRIAL

... confessor against Popery, for ye i Ine'er may look upon my like again.' I anm that v4eritab le pries, who afte all hisbegan to speak against, not only to the Catholic faith, but the moral law, and perverted others n by my teaching. I am the eavaliei-e Achilli ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... yoa know whieh cousin you address? Ve said, I do not reoognis' them; they do not recognise me; we are all eo altered,' speaking in a sort of broken English. He then seid to Mrs. Townehlay, Ab, I Eee you must be Lucy, because you ere older. Be spoke ...

THE CRAWFORD AND DILKE DIVORCE CASE

... -ae had had some reasc/a to complain of her - not attending to her domestic duties about that time, and he said he would speak to her father. However, she her. self appears to have consulted bter sister, Mrs. Ashton Dake, who saw Mr. Crawfordo Some ...

THE IRISH TRIALS FOR HIGH TREASON

... manner this matter, such as it is, in ?? preferred to speak from notes, yet 81013 ] observed him frequently looking uptoheelng as whilst he was Ispeaking, when I said to hinm. ' Are mix von now speaking from a Rote ? Have you get any to a dote of wh It yot ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... Arthur Orton was not marked with smallpox, and I never saw him wear ear- rings. Cross-examined by Dr. Xernnri.-I could not speak with ?? like accuracy the last time I saw Artkur Ortn. I think in 1848, but I cannot well remember dates. 'It mast be about ...

Chartist Intelligence

... question just lies here. Mr. O'Connor and Air. Roberts pitched upon the men that should speak in defence, and had counsel for others; and the men that were selected to speak were chosen for fear the ignorance of others of the law might lead them to saysomething ...