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The Daily Dispatch: April 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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inant engaged R. to attend to his case, and put Doyle through a course of sprouts.--The first witnessed examined was Cornelius O'Neil. We give his examination by R. "Do you know the defendant?" "Niver a man better." "What kind of a hos bad?" "That it has the devil's own chimney, and a roof that leaks like a sieve." "You still misunderstand me, O'Neil. Let us try again. What kind of people visit the house?" "Men and women principally; at least that's the only kindf the town at Doyle's?" "No, sir, not of the town, but a raft of them from the country." "By women of the town, O'Neil, I mean common, vicious women." "What do you say?" "I say bad women. Have you ever seen such women drinking anint man. If it were not for molestin' the Court, I'd peel me coat and make a flounder of ye in less time than a donkey could eat a thistle!" Here O'Neil became so excited that R. told him he could stand aside to make room for the next witness.