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COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

... would htave born it witness who wees Ptrfectly co tcipotent to speak of such acts, it they liat taken place, tin,! ter silecie, I eoiitridi, is most ?? to my clicot. B~ut she doelt speak of thle facts re-.petting the sepi- intien, and shle clearly aittributes ...

IRELAND

... of paper v.?ile Mr. O'Cuonnell wats speaking that whliich he is tnere represented to hlve said ?-Yes, I endeavoured to follow himn. Is that which is written dewa takan from the lips of 31r. O'Coniell while speaking !-Yes, I endeavoured to taks the leicding ...

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE

... nineteen years. I believe you ?? lived there a-gib years. I have heard you speak befsre. Kr. Stephens: Kaye you ever heard me speak against ths Mslatchy3? Witness: I have heard you speak language that had c tendency to excite the people to turnings, &c. I don't ...

IRELAND

... do If noat think they he),rd us. Mr. Tierney did not speak in at it very loud tone, but 1 cannoit Say.d ?? you me-un to convey to tics jury that any other per- nt eonse heard your ?? niacs. I Speak oi were d in chie field, hut I tetheir thiick they diil ...

FRANCE

... attasked by the course adopted in religious matters. In speaking on that point, he felt that he should carry with him but little sym- pathy, but It was not for the mere pleasure of hearing him. self speak that he had come forward, but through a convic- tion ...

ASSIZES

... I did not shout; every party were notreceived with shouts; I can- Dot speak from Hmy own observation, what the words were ott the banners; I saw one No Corn Lavws I cannot speak to the instription; I saw a black banner; I passed the procession front ...

CHARGES AGAINST LORD DE ROS

... clearly understand your question. I can speak positively Ha to any Igentleiman who did ttay on any evening or any day, but I cannot speak as to C c pre- cise moment at which lcy were playing. But you can speak generally us to their having played somc ...

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE

... quite dead. While thle prisoner was err tire bed, site waved heer hand and nodded hier head, but site did Dot attemrpt to speak. By Mr. Hawkins Several other persona were in the house when I went in. Thle first child I saw was lying in bell in a little ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... Gdrr6W, that there had e) great speaking ois this day-somen vviy fine Sehead.-as ong others, Mr. Qu4in spoke, who I un- erstand isa great orator (a 1w;gA:)-dI speak it seriously I have been so informed-I cannot speak of my own nowledge, and indeed I ...

SHOOTING AT BIRTH, THE STOCKPORT CONSTABLE

... his brother Jacob, the prisoner, and then he called mesin two or three minutes after; they said they wanted to speak with me, and I said speak up; they replied, let us go into these fields, the iedges have ears; then we went into Gee's fields; Jacob asked ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY

... when iabe re-entered and wished to speak to me. I told him I could have no further conversation with him till he was sober, and I left the dining-room. I had sent for Mr. Chalmers, and met him in the hall, and was speaking to him when Mabe caime out of the ...