Annual Register Volume 2

Annual Register Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1822 edition. Excerpt: ...that he had any conversation with Mr. Powell respecting expenses before his companion, or lacquey de place; does not remember Mr. Powell saying in presence of this person, that money was no object; Mr. Powell never said any such thing; never spoke upon the subject; Mr. Powell never spoke to witness on the subject of the Queen since he made the first deposition at Milan; a letter was here produced by Mr. Brougham; witness denied any knowledge of it, saying that he could not react or write; does not know Mr. Long; knows the house where he used to meet Gavazzi, and knows the landlord of the house; but does not know his name or sign. Mr. Long the landlord was here produced, and identified by witness. Has seen Mr. Powell several times in the house where the witnesses live, and since his first examination by the House, but has had no opportunity of conversing with him; witness employed the person now produced (Mr. Long) to write those letters; one to Mrs. Blackwell Mr. Brougham here read a letter. It stated that Mrs. Blackwell's friends were well: that witness had got a situation; that he was goingto Vienna; and concluded by sending his respects to her family including Mrs. Hughes, ) P It and a very warm expression of affection for the whole family.--Being asked whether witnesswanted to marry Mrs. Blackwell, he replied that he wanted to marry them all, Mrs Black, well, Mrs. Hughes, and all the women of the family. Re-examined by the Attorney General. When witness received the Napoleons, he was employed as a courier; he was instructed to travel with the utmost dispatch; the money he was told was to be accounted for, and in fact he accounted for it at Vienna; the note which witness carried from Mr. Powell to the great house was for a passport; more

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  • 189 x 246 x 21mm | 730g
  • United States
  • English
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  • 9781236859037