GLASGOW POISONING CASE

... He was standing speaking in the shop about some sweethearts, and he said he would think nothing of taking up a large knife which Laird used for cutting twine and putting it into him, suiting the action to the word. He was not speaking of any real case; ...

THE TICHBORNE TRIAL

... WhereP Officers generally don't appear naked.-Well, it is moe way of speaking, whether it ia true or ot. Ie is an excellent swimmer. What, the defendant f-Yes, my lor.i You were speaking about bis arms being bare. Where ave you scer him nakede Haive you ...

Law Intelligence

... ou Raglan's death. The article spoke of Lord Rgla ti historian had s right to speak-that ha was inieotu tt I have yet to learn that a public journalitt hie cot thus to speak of any public functionay H.e nay fui judge incompetent, or a elteosmna. Now jes ...

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 ...

THE RUGELEY POISONING CASE

... I went to give Ward the letter he was sitting in the smoking-room of the Dolphin Inn, at Stafford. I told him I wished to. speak to him, and ?? him out into the yard, and gave the letter to him, there. There were other people in the room at the time. I ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... may have said I had been in- forined- he was a Spaniard. Did he speak in Spanisht'-I did notbknow what Spanish was.- - Did he speak in a foreign language ?-No. Did you ever hear him speak a language that you did not understand ?-No. Did you ever enquire ...

PRESTON POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... defended Speak.-P.D. n 11 Welch said that he believed if the case was remanded 75'until Munday, he could bring evidence to substantiate the rded, charges againet fill the prisoners.-Mr. Edelaton said ?? thsthe only evidence against Mrs. Speak was that ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... credit.- I think there a1re only those two women who speak to seeing the tattoo. Henry Allen, the codlc of the Middleton, saw him in 1852, and never noticed any poek-marlm or tattco upon him, and hle speaks of a twitch of the eye. Hle saw bin with his arms ...

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 ...

[ill] LENT ASSIZES

... 19tti. eir, PrenderUgst: Supposing be could speak, could he 1 speak loud. enough to be heard by a person ?? at tib end of the room? .ltri Sleggall: No, nor a quarter of a yard ofi: indeed he tould not speak at all. Mr; Prendergit: When you spoke to him ...

South Lancashire Assizes

... hetble re s much as £-1,l00 a year, but I cannot speak accurately. d inbegan in 819?. It was about lbs 20th of July, 1812, that my fm tefather walked on the terrace with the colonel. My fatherchn tedid not speak to me about the allowance to Harvey. I did hv ...

THE STRAND TRAGEDY

... left cheek would have made speaking on the part of the patient extremely inco ivenient; but he frequently spoke notwithstand- ing. At first, before inflammsation and other pro- cesses contingent to wounds set in, he could speak with comparative facility ...