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COURT OF CHANCERY

... rcpresemitauion to the B hop in the ycar 1791, whbil us 8eated that stit. i suts wa tihc leu'i vetnV', His Lwmdhip, altel speaking for near three houirs, onfirmed tht dlecree of Lind Ershine, and re-directed issue to try tile qtc-stions abovc stated. Thlr ...

CRIM CON

... 1P. coining through the allal almost directly ; Lord S. %kas standing at the rootti door, she looked at him, but did not speak, and went into the street ; two or t!hree ninutes nfterwards sihe returned, Witness was Otsiniel by Mr. Bell to go uI stairs; ...

YORKSHIRE LENT ASSIZES, 1808

... the asserted, I and pereisleit in it, in. the face oh her own etidenee; misd thle l icep6wied ailnionition' of the Judge to speak the trhth, that -th rikwas coimmitted with ?? consent, and that her father neither tfsed violence nor threats, - and every ...

DUEL.—TRIAL FOR MURDER

... of the 23d of June Major Campbell came to him, and desired him to go to Captain, Boyd, and tell him a Gentleman wished to speak to him, if he pleased; he accordingly went in search of Captain Boyd; he found him on the parade ground; he delivered the message ...

COURT OF INQUIRY

... idjttctce to thle cheo'acter of die Mirtimitd alI Pa pers, -iiid 1tOste W I)loi hw h ilch c ?? tiiey are' enfitl ed wthen thiey speak- even fi'onz awltolroitq,, - ta have jnbli sied g i lhe 661it Ott intelligence of tile disgrilce!ful C6l'Ientton at clpuu a ...

THE DUKE OF YORK

... ctghit or rilile. li-art ae 'on . l'reticl ill ntI Cttptain.S'inilet, at beritt floes, it~ Clottcciter-place. Heard tletoi speak on Silit subject ci: ties lees'. Rntdeavoutred to dli- ?? her trout riterfteitg in the tiusintocs. Na s(O. liclate votte ' ...

YORKSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES

... orticcadoc as lo tave been tiorcoicei firili Set plcre. anti caere pntslcd up tear the finccpit,.c` Chicoi tact, let cthy moictl .speak Wiciked ccse, atid wi hi ?? hontielc Ithoc ist -et filtt' ?? hccicce is tice iclilse oict racvp'i, !liel cc ai or, ilde it ...

COURT OF KING'S BENCH, DEC. 11

... t to tU loiel Wardlle, I hiall ito tim, what could seduce yout toe cI on me as alwetne%-t- lit, sai( lie wanstedt cie to. speak tohse subject'of Fesss act ci.At c it, you are. by ratting on meI ant ?? to' be esaufisied-my ~ea mamnatiotn willnout then ...

YORKSHIRE LENT ASSIZES

... instances, they could oilv hear his ge- neral cbaracter. Mr. Smnith then concluded bv stat- ing that he had heard many persoas speak highly of hins, and none slafavourably, and his character for ha. manity and tenderness of disposition, sto d high. - TheJudge ...

YORKSHIRE LENT ASSIZES

... Matloni, at James Davi-rn's, and as Scono as hie saw him he said he wraa Ire man who 'tad sohbes i hat, and on hearing him Speak ho re- cogroized 'the voice as beling the voice of tile person wsho bail demanded his money. The prairner said, I Are you the ...

YORKSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES

... property to be JO Treimved'jliy a contiflk'ntial scrvant. ' posa ;o Genatlemsen, Theren is' one point on' 'whichq I never le speak but Witlitire greatest dififidence and reluctance, ,bucall'elIknow hibrer are nancy of you tions whom I 20 might rat her apply ...