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STAFFORDSHIRE ASSIZES

... Tories have got me * to speak for them at elections to keep them in good hum~ur ? D |I don't know. a Don't you think I generally kept them in good ha- a Imour ? 01 Yes, I think they were in tolerable good humour ' when you were speaking. Cross-examined by ...

STAFFORDSHIRE ASSIZES

... have got me I e- to speak for them at elections to keep them in good ed humaur? so I don't know. m Don't you think I generally kept them in good hu- m mour ? ye Yes, I think they were in tolerable good humour| be when you were speaking. n- Cross examined ...

NISI PRIUS COURT—THURSDAY, AUG. 15

... Dakin- or field 20 years. I have heard you speak before.- or Mr. Stephens-Did you ever hear ms speak against the monarchy, or- constitution, er' the .Ils9 of this l Ia? 1 haveo heard you excite ,the pople-by speaking of bdrrnngs.-Mr. Stephens-That was not ...

STAFFORDSHIRE ASSIZES

... have got me .e. to speak for them at elections to keep them in good ad humaur? OD I don't know. Im Don't you think I generally kept them in good ha- iu monur I ye Yes, I think they were in tolerable good humour he when you were speaking. X1 * ross.examined ...

THE WAKEFIELD RIOT

... a next tss an Impossibility to believe that all the witnesses are C e speaking to the same woman and to the same transaction. Gen- 05 tlicmen of the Jury, if tisey are ali speaking to the same woman. It y then you misnI believe one set of witnesses and ...

THE TICHBORNE TRIAL

... the only thing to which Sir W. Fergusson speaks. When he speaks of two cicatrices, he says that it was that sort of cicatrice which might have been made by one cut or two-that it runs together; but he is speaking of one place only. In any view of the case-take ...

The Irish Movement

... what is upon that slip of t paper while Mr. O'Connell vas speaking? Yes.- ( Upon your oath, 'was that written down upon that h piece of paper from the lips of O'Connell while he was I speaking it? Yes, occasionally taking a note,. anoda catching the leading ...

THE CRAWFORD DIVORCE CASE

... Itumbert. Why did you speak to Mrs. Rogerson? Became I hi seen her name mentioned :n the papers. Did you speak to her at the time of the firil ?? Oh, no. only when I heard that there was to be a nc,; triail. Did Mrs. Rogerson speak to you? Ob, ro. You told ...

THE TRIALS OF MESSRS FRANCIS LOONEY AND ERNEST JONES

... The learned Judge attempted to interrupt the pri. i j soner, but he continued. t Mr FuSSELL.-AMy lord, when I was speaking, I t was speaking of it as a fact to be lamented, that the c system of private assassination was carried out in H DAustria and in ...

THE SOCIALISTS IN TRAFALGAR-SQUARE

... were kept moving. The defendant said he came there to speak, and thereupon the witness tried to per- suade him to go away. The defendant shouted loudly, I mast speak, I am paid for it. I must speak, or either be shot or arrested. He repeated these words ...

THE TICHBORNE TRIAL

... Jusario.-He is speaking there of Arthur Orton. Dr. KExInLY.-No, my Lord, he is speaking there of Castro. The Lo= Curnm Jnsrcx.-He says he is speak'ig of Arthur Orton, and that he saw him at Newburn Park as Arthur-Orton. Dr - ?? speaks of the real Castro ...