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GREGORY v. THE DUKE OF BRUNSWICK.AND ANOTHER.

GREGORY v. THE DUKE OF BRUNSWICK.AND ANOTHER.

obstacles, almost of nature, Mr. Gregory had made a " hit" — if he had succeeded in drawing 500/. house* — then he was to have 50/. a night. So much for Mr. Gregory's expectations. With respect to his ability, one of Mr. Gregory's witnesses, Lord Beau- mont
22 June 1843 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MR. BARNARD GREGORY.

MR. BARNARD GREGORY.

Sophia bring the boxes down stairs. She thought Miss Gregory told Sophia to take down the boxes. She was not snre whether she saw Mr. Gregory on that morning. She had seen Miss Burgess at Mr. Gregory's frequently before this, but did not remem- ber to
02 October 1843 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
GREGORY v.THE DUKE OF BRUNSWICK.AND ANOTHER

GREGORY v.THE DUKE OF BRUNSWICK.AND ANOTHER

dress-boxes, and I think I paid. I hare, howerer, had orders from Mr. Gregory very often. I hare heard Mr. Gregory speak of the Duke of Brunswick. I nerer remonstrated with Mr. Gregory on the course which he was taking with his paper. I hare been in the
21 June 1843 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MACADAM IZATION.

MACADAM IZATION.

satisfied that the slate of Sir Gregory’s mind is unsound. Came to Bedford with Sir Gregory in 1825, and saw Corbet, Kennedy, Bryant, and Tomkins, there with him. Mrs. J. Davies let rooms in the King’s Bench to Sir Gregory- Eight of witness’s chairs were
10 July 1826 - Globe - London, London, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY CASE.

EXTRAORDINARY CASE.

" This is Mrs. Gregory, wife of Mr. Gregory, the solicitor;" Mr. Bell said, " That will not do, I must discharge, my duty, tell me your name, as I must put it down in the printed charge sheet." Mr. Pluinuier then said, " Mrs. Gregory, have you not had
08 September 1842 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE QUEEN GREGORY.

THE QUEEN GREGORY.

does Mr. Gregory leave us entirely in the dark with respect to that ? lam not aware that the Duke ever met Mr. Gregory, had any communication with him, or ever saw him. The learned sergeant went further into the affidavit of Mr. Barnard Gregory, which alleged
17 June 1843 - Kentish Independent - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, Tuesday, June 90.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, Tuesday, June 90.

dress-boxes, and I think I paid. I have, however, had orders from Mr. Gregory very often. I have heard Mr. Gregory speak of the Duke of Brunswick. I never remonstrated with Mr. Gregory on the course which he was taking with his paper. I have been in the
21 June 1843 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TION OF LUNACT.

TION OF LUNACT.

•even year*, and is *aii«fied that the state of Sir Gregory's mind unsound. Came to Bedford with Sir Gregory in and saw Corbet, Kennedy, Bryant, and Tomkins, there with him. Cro^exarnined—Sir Gregory has always cow plained being in ar.il himmrif with
10 July 1826 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
SMITHFIELD.

SMITHFIELD.

conversation, Mr. Gregory proceeded to call Sophia Hillies—She stated that she was cook Mr. Gregory, No. 14, North Audley-street, and had been so for three years. She knew Miss Burgess and Miss Wickeridge, and recollected them coming to Mr. Gregory’s house. A
02 October 1843 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CHELTENHAM BOARD OP GUARDIANS.

CHELTENHAM BOARD OP GUARDIANS.

sou wriuug on both the parcels. After Mr. Gregory left me I bunt Loth the powders, as I was afraid to take theta. Cronestunined.-4 consulted no other medical matt whil.st wider Mr. Gregory's care. Mr. Gregory's nepheu was present when this conversation
11 September 1844 - Cheltenham Examiner - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England