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THE PAST SESSION

... and the very objectionable peculiarity imported into these Royal Messages by the late Administration, of making the QIEEN speak of what her Govern- ment does instead of herself has been aban- doned. Mr. DISRAELI has a very high sense of the Constitutional ...

THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY ON THE GORHAM CASE

... means, are used, without something appearing to tbecotl, trary,we presume the good effect-we speak of iefants eed e thle rite as charity ellowetit, we speak of them as childrn ?? 0 Godregenratedand justified, for to us they meet be tiken o u chliesarity ...

HULL BANKRUPTCY COURT, WEDNESDAY, 5TH MARCH

... demanded. It would bring the importance of Gra preserving credit more home to us, were we to alter our Bor phraseology, and speak of our system of cofdne a instead of our 'system of credit, If we were to ?? we had no confidence in a man, instead of ...

HULL EPIPHANY QUARTER SESSIONS

... fide] educat~ion,-and above all, religious education ? Gentle- men maen, I do not speak unadvisedly when I say all this, thai thus cheeringly and openly ; we do not speak, as sical it were, in the dark; for by means of unceasing adol P1arliamenitary inquiry ...

THE FENIAN OUTRAGE AT MANCHESTER

... stirred. It had a brass handle, and was like a knife. I saw the man; it was William Martin. I heard shots fired. I can also speak to others-to Allen. - In cross-examination 'by Mr Cottingbam, the witness said she had been in gaol twice-only once for felony ...

THE ARMSTRONG CASE

... Mourey. The Judge here interposed, and asked if Madame Mourey could understand English? Mr Overend replied that she could speak: very little TheJudge thought that, as sihe was represented by counsel, it did not matter much, hut it would be more satisfactory ...

Published: Friday 13 November 1885
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2427 | Page: 7 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

HULL SESSIONS

... am It determined to deal rigorously-I mean crimes committed Y, by old offenders, by those who stand at that bar, so to r, speak, encrusted with convictions-dismal objects,- Id evidences, at once of hardened depravity, and erroneous a treatment by the ...

MEETING IN HULL AGAINST MR. PLIMSOLL'S BILL

... Binnister had just as good an oporl tunity of speaking and taking Fart In it as he bad. Mr. BANNISTER explained that he gave wav to I the Rev. Canon Brooke and the last speaker. ' Mr. WADE wenut on to speak further of t b Plim. soll meetiog, and said that ...

LAW, POLICE, AND CRIME

... favour, as wife of the defender. The pursuer is a young Highland woman named Margaret Mackinnon, uneducated and unable to speak English, and who in 1858 was servant to the defender, Mr Patrick M'Donald, of Ardmore, in the island of Skye. After having ...

WHO KILLED JOHN CAMERON? BY JAMES S. BORLASE

... duty to per- form.' 'A duty, what duty i' exclaimed Kate, noticing his agitation. Then she added, I It is of Harry you would speak.' T ' Yes,' answered Percy Vaughan. ' He is my w friend, my dear friend; but I would warn you p against holding any communication ...

THE HULL MURDER

... past eleven. Could hear a little: could hear the Town Hall clock strike; also a knock at the door. Could hear Mir Travis speaking, but could not distinguish the meaning of the sound. Usually locked his bedroom door when he went to bed. When he left his ...