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LA W INTELLIGENCE.

LA W INTELLIGENCE.

Bryan Faussett against his Pr f Q " Helena Caroline Faussett. The facts of the case ?? ?? in our celumns on the 31st of May, when the arsn'm/,,, 1 were reported. 8 eiu * Dr. Phillimore and Dr. R. Phillimore appeared for th* Rev. Mr. Faussett. Dr. Robertson
18 June 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE REV. BRYAN FAUSSETT'S DIVORCE BILL.

THE REV. BRYAN FAUSSETT'S DIVORCE BILL.

THE REV. BRYAN FAUSSETT'S DIVORCE BILL. HOUSE OF LORDS, Tuesday, July 17. The house proceeded to hear counsel and witnesses in support of " Faussett's Divorce Bill." The Lords present were—Lord Brougham (Deputy Speaker), Lord Campbell, the Earl of Darnley
25 July 1849 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

Helena." On one occa. sion, when going to Mrs. Faussett's bedrnom of a morning, she observed Mrs. Faussett was absent, She had also heard it reported teat Mrs, Faussett was pregnant, when Mr. Faussett setet his family to the continent. The Judge thoug
18 June 1849 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
CONSISTORY COURT. Saturday. June 16.

CONSISTORY COURT. Saturday. June 16.

Mrs. Faussett had instructed Mrs. Trevelyan to tell Mr. Alexander that it was not the child of Mr. Faussett, but that she had been guilty of adultery, it might have been so pleaded, and that would have been the best evidence against Mrs. Faussett. Looking
20 June 1849 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
THE FAUSSETT COLLECTION OF ANGLOSAXON ANTIQUITIES.

THE FAUSSETT COLLECTION OF ANGLOSAXON ANTIQUITIES.

anxious to be iiformed whether Ithe Faussett collection had been secured for the hetelit of the public. "Mr. Westwood expressed his warm eoncurrezece in the observations made by Mr. Westmacott regarding the c Faussett collection, and the earnest desire
14 July 1854 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ROYAL THAMES YACHT CLUB,

ROYAL THAMES YACHT CLUB,

the suspicion of the senants of Mr. and Mrs. Dixon, whose house Mr. Faussett had taken apartments Seaton Carew. The Rev. Mr. Faussett was curate of Cropihorne (of which Dr. Faussett was vicar), in the county of Worcestershire. married a Miss Trevelvan
18 June 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
CONSISTORY COURT.

CONSISTORY COURT.

called Mm. Faussett from the room speak him. This was while they were all at the hotel. It was here that Mr. Faussett had his suspicions roused, and accused Mrs. Faus•ett. Soon after the witness left the service, when Mr. Faussett took Mrs. Faussett to
24 June 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE FIRST CHAPTERS.

THE FIRST CHAPTERS.

if a detective were summoned, and she—Lady Faussett—were in ignorance of the real nature of the events. of that night, when Cavan Browne had been struck down and left for dead. " Stella," said Lady Faussett gently, and at the sound of the quieter, persuasive
16 December 1909 - Pearson's Weekly - London, London, England
 
THE REV. BRYEN FAUSSETT'S DIVORCE BILL.

THE REV. BRYEN FAUSSETT'S DIVORCE BILL.

August in when Mrs. Faussett went to pay a visit to her brother. Mr. Spencer, Trevelyan, at Long Witton, her husband, the pet itioner, availing himself of the opportunity pay a visit Lady Treveiyan. was during the >urn of Mrs. Faussett her brother's. In
25 July 1849 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
j LAW INTELLIGENCE. CONSISTORY COURT, SaTVBDar, Juir* 1«. (Before Dr. I.ushington.) « . . FAUSSETT t». EAUSIETT. /' ~ n

j LAW INTELLIGENCE. CONSISTORY COURT, SaTVBDar, Juir* 1«. (Before Dr. I.ushington.) « . . FAUSSETT t». EAUSIETT. /' ~ n

If Mrs. Faussett had instructed Mrs. Trevelyan to tell Mr. Alexander that it was not the child of Faussett. but that she had been guilty of adultery, it might have been pleaded, and that would have been the best evidence against Mrs. Faussett. Looking
21 June 1849 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England