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OHABGE OF PERJURY.

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OHABGE OF PERJURY. The charge against Mr. Harris for having committed perjury at the Court of Probate in "the Dendy will trial," was before Mr. Selfe on Friday, at the West. minster Poliae.court for the fifth time. The defendant had deposed that Miss Dendy was sane, and it was alleged that he had thereby committed perjury, as he knew that she was insane, and had himself said so. The jury at the Court of Probate returned a verdict in favour of the lady's sanity. After some most unseemly altercation between Mr. Ribton, who appeared for the prosecution, and the magistrate on the bench, the latter said no jury would convict on the evidence, and dis- charged defendant. It was stated, however, that the .prosecutor, Mr. Â. H. Dendy, would proceed by indict- ment against the defendant at the next session of the Central Criminal Court.

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