The Trial of the Cause of the King Versus the Bishop of Bangor; Hugh Owen, D.D. John Roberts, John Williams, Clerks, and Thomas Jones, Gentleman at Th

The Trial of the Cause of the King Versus the Bishop of Bangor; Hugh Owen, D.D. John Roberts, John Williams, Clerks, and Thomas Jones, Gentleman at Th

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1796 edition. Excerpt: ...and said he should not have admission into the office. John Sharpe. Cross-examined by Mr. Plumtr. I believe you are the Clerk that were left at Bangor when Mr. Grindley went away? A. No. fj. Who was the Clerk that was left A. Prichard. . Had you the possession of the key? A. I had. ij. You had the key of this office in the absence of Mr. Grindley? A. It was delivered to me by the Clerk in the office on the 7th of January. J, How long had it been in your possession? A. In the evening of the 6th of January I got possession of the key from Mr. Dodd, and kept possession of it all the 7 th. Ipj You had not it before the evening of the 6th? A. I kept possession of the key on the 7th, which was a holiday. 4. Before Before that time it was in the possession of Mr. Dodd? A. Yes. if. After it was delivered over to you, were not your directions, not to let the Bishop have the key? A. Undoubtedly; the object of my having the key was to prevent Mr. Dodd, who we thought might be prevailed upon to deliver up the key, in consequence of what had passed with respect to the seals. j. Thinking that DodJ would not be so much to be relied upon to keep the key from the Bishop as you, it was for that purpose delivered to you? A. I so understood. Q I believe, after you had got possession of it, for the purpose you have described, to prevent the Bishop having it, searing he would make some improper use of it, after that time the Bishop sent to you for the key, and you refused it? A. It was for the purpose of preventing him; because Mr. Grindley had a number of private papers there, independent of the archives belonging to the Register office. 0%. These private papers did not relate to the office, but were private papers of his own? A. I do not know what they were, ...show more

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  • 9781236680624