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HULL BANKRUPTCY COURT

... your Honour will allow me to pon, I justify myself. denl The COMMIrSSIONERt-.Mr. Bell you must not speak also tto Mr. Hunt. Mvr. Hunt you most not speak to Mr. 'pan~ IBell.bu 3 Mr. BELrL-1 trust your Honour will not allow this had - man to malign my character ...

Published: Friday 17 November 1848
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4475 | Page: 6 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

THE BISHOP BURTON MURDER

... me. I made out eleven or twelve men altogether. Mr. WYLIS-Csn you speak to any of these persons, 'd other than you have named, as assaulting you ? Witness-No. oe Mr. WYXLIE-Can you speak to any of them as being r the person who struck Jex? Witness-No. ...

END OF THE TICHBORNE CASE

... 'atch his words, but not for us. I think one or two words caught my listening ear; and I called Up4n the learned counsel to speak up. His aces/er was that indisposition, brought on by over- 7orl., prevented himt from spealing in the loud 'taces which he ...

THE BANNERCROSS MURDER

... the man ?-Becanse he was so difficuli much in the habit of disguising himself. faze,, at Did you speak to the man ?-I don't remember. -home.. Did he speak 'to-you 7-He asked mue where I hail been, medica or where I was going, or something of that kind ...

Published: Friday 07 February 1879
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 9872 | Page: 7 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

THE LAMBRI-LABOUCHERE LIBEL CASE

... did not ask him if he had been convicted. Harris approached me, and said, You speak Greek., Harris said he was English. I replied that it was nice for an Englishman to speak Greek so well. He said that he was a bookmaker, and attended races. I replied ...

THE MORDAUNT DIVORCE CASE

... to disturb his affection for his wife up to the very hour of his discovery of this most painful circumstance. He heard her speak of Captain Farquhar, Lord Cole, and Sir F. Johnstone as old friends of her family, and he received them into his family circle ...

Published: Friday 25 February 1870
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 5943 | Page: 3 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

THE ALLEGED MURDER OF A HULL FISHERLAD

... 'With his fist.~ H~e was thrashing Peppe fiveo e minutes, and after that he jnmped on him and' kicked him. Witness did not Speak, neither did the lad. All the crew were on deck, with perhaps, the ex. caption of Yates. It wse not a fact that witness or ...

THE CONVENT CASE

... leave the convent or coin. *y 'mit one single sin. She has''been kept in absolute 'rsilence, my lord, and no one allowed to speak to her or during two years, her greatest dread being lest she ;he should lose her reason under this cross. The train is he ...

Published: Friday 26 February 1869
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 12634 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

THE ALLEGED MURDER OF A HULL FISHERLAD

... outsidc,) h Ra it loud enough for the others to' hear it. He was ex- citable. The deceased appeared to be afraid. He did not speak, but went down the cabin. He had every chance of leaving the ship 1-No. We were in the middle of the dock. No further conversa ...

Published: Friday 24 March 1882
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 13463 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

ALLEGED MURDERS ON THE HIGH SEAS

... the larboard or starboard side, but I looked for some cotton to stop the blood. The captain said, For God's sake, Tom, do speak a couple of words, and then he heaved the bayonet on the foor. The corpse was then taken on the deck. Reason did not live ...

Published: Friday 05 December 1845
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4506 | Page: 8 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

EXECUTION OF BARTHELEMY FOR THE WARREN-STREET MURDER

... a blow at deceased I with his left hand ; he did not speak to the deceased, t but struck him a violent blow in the low r part of the v body with his left hand, and then ran away. He Lid e not speak at the tiue. I did not see a knife or any - instrument ...

CONSERVATIVE BANQUET IN HULL

... be tile last (ap. pJausel. Hav~ing rieferre-d at length to the achievemnents of the British force-s on land and sea, thle speak-el- men- tinned that Hull was one of the first towns in the king- &om to jein the volusiteer movement ; and he was 6ne of 'the ...