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 - LAW REPORT, JfarcA 2G. , SUPREME CODRT OP...
LAW REPORT, JfarcA 2G. , SUPREME CODRT OP JUDICATURE.! defetvUaU - Arlhur Cooper, a terreaat, and Thoma Lovelock and George Albert Short, reivatet in tbo jaame cqw a tb id.ialiff. The defendant Frogley vu a wpMioUodent ot the Ilert county police, and Upon tU I tmdieg of the jury judgment wm given in hit f.rour, ! . ,. ' ' .. , : , J i and no ow lion arose at to him. The fart at stated by i COURT OP APPEAL, (flrfcev tono Justici A. L. Bkittj. Lobd Justice Chittt, l Lord' Jctnci Coluk.) MABK T. PEOOtKT AKD OTOtM. Thi wat an application by the defendant, other than Fro; ley, (or judgment or a new trial in an action tried by Mr. Jattiee Kennedy with a special jury, reported ia It Tkt rW Law Report. 151. The action wat brought by a member of the Bedfordshire Volunteer Corp to recover damage (or assault and ftle imprisonment. The jury found a verdict (or 300 damage agaiatt three air. Justice Kennedy ia hi judgment in the Court tclow were at follow : The plaintiff and the three defendant, with other member of the Corp, were in August, lK?$, in military training with a portion of the Regular force t Sborocliffe. Tbe camp vu broken up oo. I be morning cf Aafut ?. larly en that mominc, and whilti the prrparation (or the return of the Volunteer to'their reepeetire home were proceeding in the !emp, a dt - turbance took place in and around the tent in which the plaintiff and other bad been lodged in cctequeaca of tome of the plaintiff' comrade 'aecutinc him of having ttolen and hidden in hi kit bag a number of article which belonged to them. The adjutant of the rjorp. Captain Koote. hanag been informed a to the disturbance, came to the pot, and ultimately ordered Srrgeaat KtUen to form an escort and take the plaiatiff to the guard test, where he would tnd I jcutesnt Robert on the point of proceeding with the luggage and it eacort to Shomcliffe Railway rtation. rVrgeant Killen wat to direct Lieutenant Konrrta to take tbe plaintiff with the ba; gage guard to the railwav ltation anl tbrekrep him until the I (plaintiff') Company arrirej. Ky the further order of Cptainj Voote, conveyed through hergrant Killen, tbe plaintiff, after - bit arrival at the railway station, wat to 1 Ukea in military custody in the special military train which wa then aoout tojttart for tie conveyance of Volunteert'to Watford, Itoxmoor, and other station to which tke plaintiff and other member of bit Volunteer rorp tlocged ; and on hi arrival at )toxmior (the railway station, about two milr distant, for lleicel Hempstead, where the plaintiff lived) the plaintiff wa to be takra by bi escort to tbe

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  1. The Times,
  2. 28 Mar 1898, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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