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SECOND DECLARATION of the COURT of VIENNA to be FRENCH COURT

... occupation. protection, or in'duence, when that right is neitber founded onl the lawvs of nations nor on treaties-when she speaks; alter peace, of the right of conquest-when she employs force and menaces to prescribe lavws to her neighbotrs, and compels ...

Published: Tuesday 08 October 1805
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3239 | Page: 4 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

COURT OF KING's BENCH,

... the Irish Parlianent, lie ?? other wit- llesses, three iii nrusber, were; from their official sitlatioes, equally able to speak. with certainty of the fact. If this was anade siut. lhe province of the Jury vouisl lse at ai end, as thev would has e no ...

Published: Tuesday 10 December 1805
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1521 | Page: 4 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

Remarkable Trials for Murder

... lodging-room: the deceased then seemed to be dying, and she expind tas the wit- ness approached the bed; the deceased did not speak. Mary Cares ftated, thalt she got up very early to . waclh on the morning of the 21st October, tend seeing a light in the prisoners ...

Yorkshire [ill] Assizes

... o'clock on Sun- e da orning, except that he went out for a space C of time, ratheer short of half an hour, and that he could speak with the more certainty respecting it, d because the door was kept bolted; and that he it opened it for the prisoner both when ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE.—SUMMER CIRCUITS

... the Free Grammar School of Pock- or -'iigton, vacant by the death of the Rev. Kings^ tes; man Baskett; for All the visitors speak highly of the ?? produced every evening at the Olvmpic Circus.- This evening, we perceive announced, a Singular and Nouvelle ...

Yorkshire Assizes

... slept all night at Isis house. IPotht these wvitns~' c tigircad that tlse prisoiser was perfectly sober: Li they couilII isst speak positively as to thle utrisosear's dress, f bsit ?? lise hapd a grait-coat oivcr his work ing r di . J.,nesPr..anproved, chat ...

EAST RIDING & HULL SESSIONS

... indictments for b assaults and batteries, . nuisanes, and other misdc- n ,meanors, and for not repairing highways, I cannot speak with such certainty.; but, should you, in the X course of your examinations or enquiries, meet with d any tling that you are ...

Published: Tuesday 13 October 1807
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1236 | Page: 4 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

COURT MARTIAL

... Lord Towunshiend, and 'informed him'of i 'r ?? circucistances: shortlv after saw the ptifoner and I Saundcrs, Lord Y owshend speaking to themi, and| e. celini thiein, thatt if they would return to tie ship he ts would forgive'theni. Saunders was ini the act ...

Published: Tuesday 27 October 1807
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3352 | Page: 4 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

COURT MARTIAL

... Martin, I met them parading the streets of Norfolk, n with an American flag, which appeared to me a ren- dezvois. I was speaking with a gentleman of the town of Norfolk, wvlen they stopped opposite to where I was standing-Ware, in particular, came up ...

Published: Tuesday 17 November 1807
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2098 | Page: 4 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

Dr. MOSELEY'S ACCOUNT OF A CASE OF HYDROPHOBIA

... question so muclis thus alarmed her, thaslt she was for a few minutes in a. stf ate of distraction. When she -was able td speak, -she ths exclaimed, with a loud shriek, that he had been bitten te in die hand by a dog in, the summer. As soon as :n. she ...

Published: Tuesday 01 December 1807
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1753 | Page: 4 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

York Lent Assizes

... the pssilic house, and. proceeded homewards; he had not gone far before he was niet by the prisoner, who passed hin without speaking. I-le was immediatelv struck with an trnoitei weapon, which he supposed to be a hedge-stake; hut he did not see it. The blow ...

York Assizes. Rape and Incest

... transaetion, she asserted and jsersisred in it, its the face of her owtt evidence, anen the r epeated adlmoni tion of the Jmige to speak; sh6 truth, that the c isnie wvas comniitted with her otwrn col-tOl, atil that her fatsher ficither need violence nor thiseas; ...