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---THE CASE OF LORD ST. LEONARDS.

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THE CASE OF LORD ST. LEONARDS. Shortly before the rising of the court at the Old Bailey on Wednesday afternoon, Mr. Keith Frith said that last session he appeared for the prosecution in the case of Lord St. Leonards. The defendant was convicted, and judgment was postponed to the present session, and, for the convenience of a great many parties who were not in attendance, he asked his lordship to state when sentence was likely to be pro- nounced. The Recorder said that he had already caused it to be made known to the parties interested that he should not give judgment until the end of the session. Mr. Keith Frith said that in the present state of the business it was very doubtful when the end of the session would arrive, and he asked that some more definite statement should be made by the court. The Recorder said that all he could state upon the subject was that sentence would be passed at the end of the business.

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