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 - THE TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16,, 1897. could...
THE TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16,, 1897. could lore, he trJght.iMktj ber hkwif." The plaintiff west on to question Lady about various letter the had received. Coc (mWrieeinr) read letter fro the; to which sir John Batten tent a reply inform, that ho wa to tend na more latter to member family, a they were Intuiting. plsmtiff then proceeded to make a rambling tad the Loio Cmr Jcvrics explained to ha must go on with his examination. , notion went en to tar thst th plaintiff only to ber danghter twice, and b had never written Her daerhter handed any letter (he received Mm unopened to her ftther. pUlntiff then wished to read a letter be nad to Sir Frederick PoUoek.beeaose be thought the of the scatter wa contained to thi letter, aad he mt copy cf it to Mis llotton. Mr. Cock did object, and passage from the letter in question read. II m to the effect that te had an attempt t reconciliation wnica bad been lie also emoted extract from a letter from It appeared from the wiretpondence that plaintiff bad mi a a C brut mat present to ueay a Moodttalnrd Kernel and a medical certificate this mea with felony,' that is a reasonable groosd, and th coostallo ouxht to take the person charged into Custody. But if front circumstance it appears to be aa oaf oonded charge tha ecaaiabla it not only not hound to act upon it, but he is revponiiU for so doing. Tha quettton wu, Wa Frogley to takme; th ehtrgt exercising reason bl car to aacerUin th facto before Uking tha ptaiaun into custody p Uid m aooeeUy believe tbat there were ground of nupeetiug biaa of felony: w jury aaseaaeu toe aaisegef at auv, cpa aue Itumrtion that tha srmt wu nnt hitliitd in law. Tbry also found that fleperiutendent Frogley took reasonable care to aseertaia th; facte before taking tha - plaintiff into cuitody, and that be honestly believed that there were ground foe upet - ibj him of having committed a felony. They addd that they thought Frogley acted with unnecesary berth - ace in not communicating with the plaintiff' parent. Mb. JciTirx Kbmidt gave Tadgment for the defendant Frogley. with eorU. With regard to toe question aa to whether th reciainms; deXtudant were irgauy )utiicei in acting a they eUJ tbe case wit adjourned Tor further raaeiderxtioa. (Ctare Ma - Jumcs Dabxcco uf a Counum Jurf.) trustee cr Mr. lSW. and glass be the from not postmark " more you and Trust

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  1. The Times,
  2. 16 Nov 1897, Tue,
  3. Page 5

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