Norfolk Assizes

... Solicitorforthe prosecution,who said some- thing to witness): Now, Sir, don't speak to her. The So- licitor! Iwas only askingher to speak out. Rush: Then, Sir, when you do speak, speak out, that I may know what you say. Witness continued: I have said all along ...

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 ...

THE TRIAL

... voice as your old acquaintance Sir Roger Tichborn P-Ye. f How did Roger speak P Do you knew oau'thing about foreign aeent V Have you ever heard a foreigner speak V B -NO. Did Roger speak different from other people, with re- i gard to his accentVP [Witness ...

THE TRIAL OF THE TICHBORNE CLAIMANT

... -About a quarter of an hour. Did he speak with a French accent P-No, his voice it different rather. I told you so before. Does he speak English now P-Well, ie speaks better English now than he sisd in 1851. Does he speak different now to what he did in 1867 ...

THE SHOCKING MURDER AT BRANTHAM

... that the Bergholt road ?-You can get to Bergholt that way. It is one of the roads leading to Bergholt. Did you speak to him ?-No. Did he speak to you ?-No. Was he walking or running ?-Walking. Walking fast ?-Yea. Mr. Philbrick: You tell these gentlemen ...

The Irish Movement

... what is upon that slip of t paper while Mr. O'Connell vas speaking? Yes.- ( Upon your oath, 'was that written down upon that h piece of paper from the lips of O'Connell while he was I speaking it? Yes, occasionally taking a note,. anoda catching the leading ...

THE TICHBORNE TRAIL

... particular notice of him ?-Very much notice, because he wnoremniaced by very many people in Did you hear him speak P-Yes. e I heard him speak %very frequently. I have8* seen him in conversation with acquaintances of my own, They were a German gen. tleman ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... the face, and pass on without recognition ?-No. I know what you are alluding to, though. I was speaking to my mother on the steps, and I was about to speak to them, and she made me get into the carriagewithoutdoing so. But did you not bow, or smile, or ...

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 ...

THE TICHBORNE TRIAL

... Witness: Yes. Mr. Hawkins: Then I'll say nothing more to you about it. Re-examined: I heard the defendant speak about two minutes. I have come to speak the truth, and I am not to be shaken. By Mr. Justice Mellor: I made boots for Arthur from five years old ...

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE

... and that Mr. flillwya was speaking at a meeting in Bhlloh Chapel they went there to hear him. The rev, gentlemen were received cordially enough, alnd wvere invited to taike seats in the large pew. There was a good deal of speaking, part of it in Welsh, and ...

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 ...