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Inglethorp, how did the evidence at the inquest strike you?"
"Any more faults to find with the evidence?" I inquired satirically.
In Europe we have the plainest evidence of the cold period, from the western shores of Britain to the Oural range, and southward to the Pyrenees.
41 deg to the southernmost extremity, we have the clearest evidence of former glacial action, in huge boulders transported far from their parent source.
Even Koch and Pestryakov did not notice them on their way upstairs, though, indeed, their evidence could not have been worth much.
So the only evidence for the defence is that they were beating one another and laughing.
The finding of the knife was verified, the advertisement minutely describing it and offering a reward for it was put in evidence, and its exact correspondence with that description proved.
Wilson said that he had three witnesses, the Misses Clarkson, who would testify that they met a veiled young woman leaving Judge Driscoll's premises by the back gate a few minutes after the cries for help were heard, and that their evidence, taken with certain circumstantial evidence which he would call to the court's attention to, would in his opinion convince the court that there was still one person concerned in this crime who had not yet been found, and also that a stay of proceedings ought to be granted, in justice to his clients, until that person should be discovered.
The postmaster's evidence was of importance in one respect: it suggested the motive which had brought the deceased to Zeeland.
Certain it is that his wife repented heartily of the evidence she had given against him: especially when she found Mrs Deborah had deceived her, and refused to make any application to Mr Allworthy on her behalf.
He appealed to the Judges to say whether such loose and unreliable evidence as this was evidence which could be received by the Court.
`--for they haven't got much evidence YET,' she said to herself.
Many expected that Monsieur Stangerson, after giving his evidence, would have gone over to the prisoner and shaken hands with him; but he left the court without another word.
The boy gave his evidence clearly enough, but the servant's mind had not yet recovered the shock inflicted on it--he was plainly incapable of assisting the objects of the inquiry, and he was desired to stand down.
The evidence of the porter went further than anything else towards the success of Lebedeff in gaining the assistance of the police.