MUKDiili WILL OUT.|1892-07-02|Rhyl Journal - Welsh Newspapers Online
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EDDA'S BIRTHRIGHT.

MUKDiili WILL OUT.

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MUKDiili WILL OUT. I "I remember," says Lord Eldon, Min one case where I was counsel, for a long time the evidence did not appear to touch the prisoner at all, and he looked about him with the most perfect unconcern, seeming to think himself quite safe. At last the surgeon was called, who stated deceased had been killed by a shot, a gunshot in the head; and he produced the matter, hair, and stuff cut from and taken out of the wound. It was all hardened with blood. A basin of warm water was brought into court, and as the blood was gradually softened a piece of printed paper appeared-the wadding of the gun—which proved to be the half of a ballad. The other half had been found in the man's pocket when he was taken. He was hanged. I remember another man taken up twelve years after the deed. He had made his escape, and though every search was made he could not be found. Twelve years afterwards the brother of the murdered man was at Liverpool in a public-house. He fell asleep, and was awoke by some one picking his pocket. He started, exclaiming, I Good God I the man that killed my brother twelve years ago I I Assistance came to him, the man was tried, and condemned."

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