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INQUEST ON JOHN LEES.

INQUEST ON JOHN LEES.

they cut through hi hat; saw none cut before John Lees; but saw many cut afterwards ; never heard the riot act read ; lie never saw strike; he warded off blows by rcee'ving them Jiis stick. often saw John Lees before a public-house—a news-room ; Abraham
9 October 1819 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Adjonlmed Invest bn the Body of Le^s. {Th* reporter «a* prohibited from l»Vinfc notes, so the remainder the (lusinen staled

Adjonlmed Invest bn the Body of Le^s. {Th* reporter «a* prohibited from l»Vinfc notes, so the remainder the (lusinen staled

you did no) see them cut John Lees I don't know whether John Lees was the person not.—Now you know that is answer. Mr Ashworth here renewed his objection evidence that did not identify the Individuals who actually cut John Lees, -• •. - ' *«>'•> "Mr I
12 October 1819 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
INQUEST ON JOHN LEES.

INQUEST ON JOHN LEES.

INQUEST ON JOHN LEES. John Lees, held OUham, on Satordsy week. The court was opened by eleven o'clock, end Mr. karma; swam therarr. sshf he slionM h *> usually had held other lamenting* greattasaeprettnlttwint rffrMehhad been published in tome but to
4 October 1819 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MARINE NEWS.

MARINE NEWS.

struck over the shoulder. Thilwu near theliusltii'i, did not know John Lees. hare llred tl vearj iu 01 li. ham. I could go 10 mimics from wlitre'l live to the house in which John Lees lived. 1 was Mhiml the cirri, j age, and he was before me. (The Cohmer
5 October 1819 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MAKBIAGKS.

MAKBIAGKS.

it supposed to America. ! fCnaWtowsd/was the Mkpagt.) His defideoriss are mat) to amooql to soM of road, and asked what John Lees aald to ms. The ixttr poulids. which hsv* been concealed in the most artful sod «ld wasolfth* hustlnga when herrccired hhs
5 October 1819 - Tyne Mercury; Northumberland and Durham and Cumberland Gazette - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ADJOURNED INQUEST OLDHAM. QLQHAMa'HONDAVf OCTOBE& INQUEST ON JOHN LEES.— CSvide^c*tonUntud.J ppeutnK of the Chari, at niaa o’clock, James Mills yps

ADJOURNED INQUEST OLDHAM. QLQHAMa'HONDAVf OCTOBE& INQUEST ON JOHN LEES.— CSvide^c*tonUntud.J ppeutnK of the Chari, at niaa o’clock, James Mills yps

ADJOURNED INQUEST OLDHAM. QLQHAMa'HONDAVf OCTOBE& INQUEST ON JOHN LEES.— CSvide^c*tonUntud.J ppeutnK of the Chari, at niaa o’clock, James Mills yps iiilruduccd as a wilnns by Nr. Millar, the constable Oltlliaai. Before, bowerer, be made any deposilion-r
6 October 1819 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Adjourned lutjueut nn John Lees.

Adjourned lutjueut nn John Lees.

Adjourned lutjueut nn John Lees. Tins inquest (the extraordinary postponement of wiii.il lßs.cx-citcd so much interest, was held at Old- k*m, on S.iturfiay last. The following brief sketch of tbe pre* eed:ii_rs we copy from a private letter. : — Oldham
2 October 1819 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
dressed. I don’t know what became of him after he was •track and fell; I did not see that hia

dressed. I don’t know what became of him after he was •track and fell; I did not see that hia

to the military cuming in I was there about an hour. Coroner—l will not allow'any farther questions of this sort, until John Lees be identified. Mr. Harmrr—lt is not for me or you to decide, but the Jury, what evidence necessary. Coroner—l will determine
2 October 1819 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CO RONE US IXQUEST.

CO RONE US IXQUEST.

with the case before tbe Court, or the death of John Lees. Mr. Harmer. —Such facts are truly relevant, be- cause they serve to show the disposition of the Yeo* lrianry, to whom the death of John Lees is attribu- table. But this case will again come before
9 October 1819 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
■lrrct, mnd (ovarila Bt. Peter'* Chprch. I went down Lloy<l-*treet, bcbinil the Quaker’* School-room, to my home in Qimy-alreet. 1

■lrrct, mnd (ovarila Bt. Peter'* Chprch. I went down Lloy<l-*treet, bcbinil the Quaker’* School-room, to my home in Qimy-alreet. 1

banners, but cannot identify any persons who did so. I saw person tling stones or brick-bats. 1 I did not know the person of John Lees, The people I saw lying on the ground were shout half way between the ground which the cavalry hud quilled and the hustings
2 October 1819 - Globe - London, London, England