ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE

... processions have been a great nuisance to me. I have seen flags and banners. I have heard speaking. I have heard Taylor and Fussell in the Bull-ring. I heard speaking in the streets twelve months and some two or three years ago. Mr. Attwood and Mr. Muntz ...

Published: Sunday 11 August 1839
Newspaper: The Charter
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 44241 | Page: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

SUFFOLK SUMMER ASSIZES

... His Lordship repeated the question? st Witness: I went to a solicitor 'because I cannot speak th, upo matters myself. (Laughter). an What matters were there to speak aboutP (NO lie i answer.) hil Mr. Cherry:- When they came over to you on Wd- on neaday ...

THE TICHBORNE TRIAL

... You are speak. Ing of the eyebrow ? To which the witness aumemd, Y4Yes, the eyebrow. Was it a sear such as would be made by a flsb-book I-Yes, by a fish-hook, or by a out made to taks the fish-hook out, So you see that in his notes he speaks of the eyelid ...

THE CRAWFORD DIVORCE CASE

... -Why did you speak to Mrs, Rogerson? 3rcauis .I had seen 11er name mentioned in the papers,- Dlid yoe speak to her at thle time of the.pfirst trial'? Oh, no only when I heard tiat there was to ha a second trial. -Did AMrs. Rogerson speak to you? Oh, no ...

THE TICHBORNE TRIAL

... of his French accent. Don't yon know that he preferred speaking French p- I never heard him speak Freach in my life. Do you speak French yourself P-No. That is a very good i44n:for his not speaking French Ito yo. (Laughter.) Dolybu not know that ho liked ...

GLASGOW POISONING CASE

... if I knew Christines. I Said I did. Hle SPir asked me if I would ask Christina to, come octt and speak to en, hinm.- I did so, and she went out to speak to him. I weespre- obj sent when they met, but did net hear what they were saying. obj I sw he tlkd ...

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 ...

HAMPSTEAD TRAGEDY

... am-wrong. Tuesday was the duy of c the inquest. Was it after the inquestI you spokeP-I did not speak to the police;- it was my fathei.f - When did y ou speak P-On .Tuesday, i thinky. . I- 'THE3 BO:Y 5 i.OTHIEB CALLED, Elizabeth!Ann Holmes, mothei of thet ...

THE TRIAL OF THE TICHBORNE CLAIMANT

... two ii: -niis I was acquainted with. h Have you heard this gentleman speak F-No, I have not w heard him speak. I remember A-thur Orlon's voice. I tl have never heard the defendant speak. I have not seen k him walk since I came hero. Look at his hands; are ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... 1851 end 1852, and be speaks about his feet, an also the cut upon the chek. ie first sees the defendant Iat Creighton's ouse, iasd lie awee quite easetisied he was noet Arthur Ofton. He tells us that Arthur Orton was a gruff-speak- ma- man, and 'that ho ...

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 CRAWFORD DIVORCE CASE

... Itumbert. Why did you speak to Mrs. Rogerson? Became I hi seen her name mentioned :n the papers. Did you speak to her at the time of the firil ?? Oh, no. only when I heard that there was to be a nc,; triail. Did Mrs. Rogerson speak to you? Ob, ro. You told ...