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HULL BANKRUPTCY COURT, WEDNESDAY

... repay the amoeunt that he w lead abstracted from the partiteiship funds, to which be had as not contributed Is.-! am not speaking about any arrange- el xnent, bat ae to whether any account wae taken of yourle Irabiitas and assets? He had the keepince ...

A HARVEST MYSTERY

... existence. If the a inn. rocky road and veteran hedges could speak, I daresay should they would tell many a story stranger than anything I on he could pen; but hedges and roads never do speak, so I ought, must fall back on simple facts, brought under my ...

Published: Friday 20 December 1878
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 6356 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

ALLEGED MURDER OF ANOTHER HULL FISHERLAD

... He was then crying. He was also speaking'to Rats. wit loff at the time. The boy cameap~to meand said,'O0h, a. Bill, my back does hurt me, I wish the skipper would and take it in hand.' I replied, and sijid, ' If you speak to Yoi him, he will perhaps do ...

TRIAL OF D. M'NAUGHTEN, THE ASSASSIN

... linren: I had no idea c a- that lie had such a soar of money as £700 1bount him ; tire tn he10 illness rwhichl I bave becn speaking of wvas about the latter sa end of November last year. 'The moment the prisoner d ral came home at iight lie rvent direct ...

LIBERAL BANQUET IN HULL LAST NIGHT

... and, almoss every speaker oin both the Sides Of politics, leave given their crarm' approval crto this moveisent. I cannot, Speaking ret present, enld withiont the information which we Shall receive the when Parliament aseets, see the grounds on which that ...

Published: Friday 17 December 1875
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 9664 | Page: 8 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

THE MURDER ON THE NORTH LONDON RAILWAY

... His lips quivered, and, holding his head down, wept bitterly. in this position he continued while the learned counsel was speaking, and was consequently visible only to the people who were seated in the gallery and those in the dock. Whet1 the prisoner ...

Published: Friday 04 November 1864
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 11721 | Page: 7 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

YORKSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES

... signed, l was then sent for the tea board, and Mr. Barraclougl signed. Wmii. Heseltine did not speak. to him before he dropped the pen. I never heard Heseltine speak at all. He was close to the bed, and so was his wife. She never spoke. Betty Vollans-a nurse ...

GLASGOW POISONING CASE

... prisoner,',,.. g Witties'ses'were Ibsen'dhileC-tit IsreiVe tmrat, 's6' Jng'as' a three yeors ego, prisouer 'was accustomsd to speak of s n'iilig arsenic as a cosmietic. ?? .t James ,Girdwood : 't kaiai I Ii :eur~eon-.'nuFtiskirls'; iod have 'litu ?? pratitice ...

Published: Friday 10 July 1857
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 11528 | Page: 7, 8 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

HULL BOROUGH SESSIONS, THURSDAY, APRIL 5

... eay be by and bye found out by the public, if we should lt thrown on1 troublous times. It grieves me to feel CEntrained to speak thus of a bill introduced into the Hoas of Commons by one of my oldest personal friends -one of the most learned and accomplished ...

CHARGE OF FORGERY AGAINST MR. H.S. BRIGHT

... sometimes t gave him one, sometimes two, and sometimes more. Mr AYRL read the evidence witness had given. Witness said, in speaking of -giving one or more bills for oue cheque, he menait generally, and not in respect of the partieular bills in questiont ...

Published: Friday 30 October 1857
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 17900 | Page: 7, 8 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

YORKSHIRE WINTER GAOL DELIVERY

... firm, the account was therein entered. I produce sel personal ledger (B) ; it coamnnsces July, 1844, or July, ti 1845o,-I speak from memory. I made entries in it cet from the journal and cash books. It continued to 1)ec, 1848. Passive ledger ,C) begins ...

Published: Friday 18 December 1857
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 24305 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

WEDNESDAY'S POLICE

... is no uncommon thing for Grove to speak to you in the court; and that you have often had to speak to hlimn. Mr. laines-1 have seldom had to speak to him. Mr. HINDES-May it not be that when wittiesses have been speaking, he has said something, and lave ...