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THE TICHBORNE CASE

... he oughtto speak better Eaplish, He kept speaking to me in French, and I emid, R oger, you will have to Jive in England; you have been in the army, and you ought to speak better English. He spoke E3nglis 4nerfcctly, and preferred speaking French. As ...

THE STANFIELD-HALL MURDERS

... ROLFE.-If you tell me you have any wot i- reason for not standing, you may do so; but other- to Le wise you muststand when you speak to witnesses. ou Is PRISONER.-Thank you, my lord; I can stand very m ;o well. I felt a little tired yesterday, but I will stand ...

THE STANFIELD-HALL MURDERS

... more conveniently.-Wit- ness.-I made a copy of a letter addressed by you if to Mr. Blake. He called at your mother's, to, speak o to her about my being with ?? prisoner here put several irrelevant questions to the witness: he also requested that Mrs. ...

THE ASSASSINATION CONSPIRACY

... ramed Phelaui ? Yes.-A railwary gnard P Yes.-Did Wrlsh speak to you about these two mini P Yes.-Whar n3 did he ask M My- Opirion of ?? yoa give it to is him ? I ?? MiCaftroy, you, and ha were speak- is iri togetsler some tilre, did M'Caffrey leave you ...

THE IRISH TRIALS FOR HIGH TREASON

... youesitate7 I did not hesitate. It never ooe ourred, on my ?? you speak with him alone. I did ?? he reply it was too late? ?? never was in conversation with the inca ast ?? youl speak tohim, or he.to you? . Never.-Did you reply that he was. a right fellow ...

THE STANFIELD-HALL MURDERS

... on the 3 leav~ Wednesday. I don't remember any one else saying rea ,g nyt~m';about a mask. I did not hear any one wis un- speak of it before. I gave ednce in presence of J Bin in the prisoner. I don't remember saying anytiung we ,hows about the man's ...

WEST RIDING ASSIZES

... this wvas nut the IoBecause he wsyn inL such a habit of d sgutaine, itiln- so that I canusot teil. V iha you speak to thle man?.I ?? remember Speak- d ilox's, him. son tile mnan speck to you?9 He askel me owhere I had hr c whrest ┬▒was golaig, or s8iotluithineat ...

Published: Wednesday 05 February 1879
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 34937 | Page: 6, 7, 8 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

THE TICHBORNE CASE

... Can you swear that you everheard him speak to any id one ? No. Dr Thep, bow came you to tell the jury that you recognised . his voice at the CAmbridge Music-ball? No answer. a9 Will you swear you aver heard him speak to any human b, bsing in your life ...

THE TICHBORNE TRIAL

... distinguish betweess Roger and the idefemidant. Ie came to speak agaiust a IUin who had defanmed his cousin, cnd I nmake no further obssrva- tihn oat his evidestce. Vicoto de Briasorit was unalde to speak to no0 of Roger's featctirs, and there was nothiltg ...

STATE TRIALS

... fl0aeiuch superior is the noble sentiment expresiied ) in therescsipt of Tnonosius, IIinio~~ris, and Ale- .'eours If any person speak ill of the Emporer throg4 li a foolish rashness and inadvertence, it is-to d hes.ised 7 if out of madness, it deserves pity; ...

MURDEROUS ATTACK OF THE LEAGUE ON FEARGUS O'CONNOR, AT BIRMINGHAM

... no union with xoU. By G-D YOU shan't speak hereto-day. By G-D, BUTr wILL. Damn him, pitch him over. Come, let me pass. *No, blast you; I am a towns- man, and I should like to have that seat myself, and to speak too ; but I can't, and I am sure you ...

MURDEROUS ATTACK OF THE LEAGUE ON FEARGUS O'CONNOR, AT BIRMINGHAM

... union with You. B. G-o yoU shan't speak here to-day. By G-D, BUr I WILL. Damn him, pitch him over. Come, let me pass. No, blast you; lam a towns- man, and I should like to have that seat myself, And to speak too ; but I can't, and I am sure yea ...