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... Mfavor-If any member of the Corporation wishes to speak to this resolution before Iput it-- AMr. Rea-I do. Mr. Bell-I wish to say a few words. The Mayor-Proceed, Mr. Bell. Mr. Rea-I wish to speak, and I object to any other person, as I wish to continue ...

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... vo'r see him since? I did. Where ? I saw him in the hall of the (Oeurt-house her- 1 he other morning. I did not speak to him. Did you speak to O'Borke since Gorman was shot? I did many a time. Did O'Rorke ever tell you that he had put your wonds into his ...

THE FENIAN CONSPIRACY

... this month. Were you speaking to him ? No, I was not. Was he speaking to you ? No. Were you speaking to any one else in his presence? I was speaking to O'Connor in the office, and he was there. On the 9th ? On the 9th. Were you speaking ...

THE EXTRAORDINARY ACTION BY A SISTER OF MERCY

... sister has to speak . d the plaintiff represented that it was diseui┬▒ not to speak to the people. That was a detpul r tnoto from me, at the time $ SB Saine ea A direction au= Wster that only the local superior should speak. Her speaking would be a breach ...

Assize Intelligence

... partial and unfair in al- low~ing him to speak a seconid time; but I find L it in one of his Pleas. I am quite Certain he did not I say it on that occasion. Mr. Bell did not spealk twice. He did not get leave to speak at all, for Mr. flea did Ci not let him ...

GENERAL SYNOD OF THE CHURCH OF IRELAND

... this. Dr. Chadwick had waived' his' right to speak only on one condition,and that was that the question shoald be'put. (Elear, hear.) If anyone else wished to speak, Dr. Chadwick claimed his right to speak. There were con'tinued cries of Vote. The CHAIRmAe ...

MONAGHAN QUARTER SESSIONS

... blow was struckc. Didi not speak to Milss n ?? a fcrv days after, Didulitg speak to Fegan itautil the morning of thise Petty Sessions. I wvas on cl very good taints with Mliss Beatrd thatt nihtat and y beofre it. I diii not speak to her altout it-itt par- ...

TRIAL OF M'NAGHTEN FOR THE MURDER OF MR. DRUMMOND

... recognise me, but passed by without speaking; I WtOs not aware of any reason for his so doing; I remember his coming to my house fuilly two years ago; lie said lie wished to speak to me by myself; lie wished me to speak to some of the official gentlemen ...

DREYFUS COURT-MARTIAL

... witness, that we bullied him I to prevent him from speaking. IOish the person who msade that sathurment would comce aer aend repeat it. The truth is thatr we did bully him, not to prevent him from speaking, but, on tbe con- b tOraT, because he refused to ...

THE RIOTS IN BELFAST

... his ow'n mind, of the acts that lie has done. His acts speak for theniselves; and thle publication in that paper is admitted. Does it not stand much stronger tbr you to leave the article to speak for itself than to get out o t' Mr. M'Laugllin what lie ...

THE EXTRAORDINARY ACTION BY A SISTER OF MERCY

... sick, to speak to those who were outside the walls of the convent; and yet one accusation against her is that she communicated with externs. The Chinese call us outer barba- rians, and the nuns call us externs. She was ac- cused of speaking to the patroness ...

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... Mr. Herdman was between me and the prisoner. t The prisoner said, Can you speak to me ? I can- ? not be sure whether I said just now to Sir Thomas I Staples, Cal I speak to you ? It was either one I or the other. Mr. Herdman replied, Not now, ...