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A CASE FOR PLAIN SPEAKING

... A CASE FOR PLAIN SPEAKING. \\vdo not pretend to be reassured by the denials telegraphed from seraous quarters this morning of the alleged negotiations between G;crmany and Portugal with regard to Delagoa Bay. The extreme lromptitude of the ever-ready ...

A SOCIALIST SPEAKS HIS MIND

... solicitor, defended. The evidence of Inspector Bradley, G division, showed that on Sunday, the Oth inst., the prisoner was speaking in a very excited and inflammatory tone to a crowd of about 250 persons-men and boys-and in the course of the address referred ...

PUBLIC SPEAKING

... PU11BLIC SPEAKING. ALs W A N - - -- ?? I A C B_1 : ?? At Worship-street Police-court, on Friday, Jesse Co, of Eaton-place, Castle-buildings, Stratford, appeared to a summons which charged him with having delivered a public speech, lecture, sermon, or ...

—we must encourage no bitter feeling against men who less lengths in politics than ourselves. I speak of those ..

... —we must encourage no bitter feeling against men who less lengths in politics than ourselves. I speak of those classes—not the Ministers —who go by the name of Whigs. We must not unnecessarily seek a quarrel with any class of political opinions—the time ...

L7JL SPEAKING

... L7JL SPEAKING. it o' Iho -t* csnellen : J. J. Gainey, .'-no, ebiU, wiv pft«ujoe -'f hi« family cireltiOna niga:~l it well—/ • ocrivad a «t>»te Vinca (ha .in of evil eneftl inn- Sotev* lUonght then, and ray heart rose ehiliiii-h anger Pjiiaioot him who ...

SHOULD DOCTORS SPEAK THE TRUTH?

... if doctors are juis'elie in telling* deliberate lus tnths? The Coroner: There is no law in Eugland to couipel a nrvin to speak the truth outside a colurt of justice. The 1Forenian : Do you think a medical man its nsti- fied in giving an nsnwec that is ...

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... first saw him and heard him speak when he was under cross.examination at the last trial. She attendeed on several days when he was under cross-examination, and she remained in court several whole days. The moment she heard him speak she recognised his voice ...

THE CRAWFORD DIVORCE CASE

... the first-fleor, that I was not to speak to anyone, and that he would be awaiting me. I went on the Thursday, following his directions as to the mode of going. I found the hones. A woman opened the door. I did not speak to her, asni went straigit up-stairs ...

THE TRIAL OF THE TICHBORNE CLAIMANT

... a secohlretion of Arthur Octanes votces. Ieo used to speak as if his teepee was too big for his mouth. I went to the Cambridge Musts Hall htro or three, months ago, when I heaid the defendant speak, and had a good opportunity of lseing lilt. He spoke ...

THE TRIAL OF THE TICHBORNE CLAIMANT

... ques- tions. It is a most -- Dr. Kenualy-Nost what P 'Air. Serjant Parry-Well, I decline to speak my mind. Dr. Keuealy-Woll, I wish you would. I always speak my olvn mind plainl. A miunituro wee then produced. :Dr. Kenealy (to ?? that a good likeness ...

IRELAND

... the discharge of my duly. I did nat speak of the Attorney- General personally, except in the opening of my address to the jury. Did I stot speak of' him as a gentleman in the best sense of the word?1 Did I not speak of hlis as a law) er in the h beat sense ...