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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 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 ...

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 ALLEGED INTIMIDATION AT CREWE

... to speak to the realc- tion. So long as it was before the meeting he should claim his right to speak upon it. (Cheers, - and cries of Order.) The Chairman here attempted to put thermotion to the vote. Mr. Willisrs.-Do you deny my right to speak? The ...

PHŒNIX PARK MURDERS

... -A railway guard ? Yes.- N :'ed Did Walsh speak to you about these two men? fir ten Yes-Wbat did he ask? My opinion of them.- ev he1 Did you give it to him? I ?? ter M'Caffrey, - )ti- von, and he were speaking together some time, did in, lab II Caffrev ...

THE LIVERPOOL COUNTY COURT

... witinessed Mr. Ramshay's kindnestoadtepor to Al Entertained a higch opinion of his abilities as a lawyer. Ci' Had seen thejudge speak sharp to witnesses who appeared aie to keep back the truth. Generally, lie sho wed courtesy sate towards suitors. Witness was ...

JURISPRUDENCE & THE AMENDMENT OF THE LAW

... carry -away to their | homes, which they could remember for years and' years to come. He wes speaking now to a body of working men, and proud indeed he was to speak to them. He Assured the eminent gentlemen who attended the Social Science Congress that they ...

THE TICHBORNE TRIALS

... convereation about Wappling or the Oriton family? No. Both of us got so tight that we could not speak much. (Langhtor.)-'The Lord Chief JustlcW: Could he speak Spanish thenl? No.-How could ho got on with the people, these? I am sure I don't know.- He did ...

SOUTH LANCASHIRE ASSIZES

... he would not let her in. I sawv him onl ol in Wednesday night speaking to some men at the gate, and tE Ex- I heard him say hie wished Marry was dead. I tever be- tc thle fore heard him speak of his daughter. IT] ,oh. Mary Penny.-! knew the deceaned very ...

LANCASHIRE SPRING ASSIZES

... witnessos s~hout that the testator used to speak isk a child, and ou one obsver occasion, when speaking So a child, lie seleeted a very that childish subject. The selection of a childids subject to a few speak on to machild was certainly no evidence of ...

THE GLASGOW POISONING

... I was. He asked me if L knew Christina, and he inf asked nie if I would ask her to come out and speak to tell lbe him. I did so, and she went out to speak to him. I was Oh1, ~ed present when they met, buttI did not hear what was said. Noi rt. I saw them ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... had h'eard Roger Tichborne talk, but not very much. I did not notice any partioular difference in the. plaintiff's way of speaking- lindeed, his being stouter wvas the only difference I noticed. It was a matter of certainty with me from the first, on the ...