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E■vidence for the Prisoner. James Walls, a prisoner foi, he knows 'O'Neil, one of the witnesses on this trial, lias heard him say in the prison, thai, he •would give'information to save himself. He said so this morning. Witness advised him not I.o any of them if he could help it, bat he said-hc'would Rave himself. Q.. \Vhy<iid Iiii!) not. to give a-t r I thought It a piiy-'o h ang so many for one. Here the whole evidence closed. The'learned Judge-1 hen addressed the Jury. His Lordship recapitulated tbe evidence of the different witnesses in a clear and perspicu- ous manner, and pointed out the bearings of Ihe several parls-ofit, observing upon it will; considerable force and jtoint. After his Lordship had finished hisCharpc, the Jury retired, and in a few minutes return- ed a verdict, finding the Prisoners GUILTY, both t.>f llie minder and burglars-. After the Jury had cefamed their verdict, his "Loid^hip paused for a few minutes, and then in a very solemn and impressive manner, condemned them to be hanged on Friday next, and their bodies to be -afterwards.pub- licly dissected. During Ihe whole course oT'Fhe trial Stew- art was-silent and thoughtful Chambers ma- nifesied less anxiety, and seemed rather in- different..Montgomery exhibited a degree cf y arid insensibility, -vhieh indicated great t'epr-ayky of heart..After tile verdict, while the Judge was addpetssing Ihem, Stewart appeared deeply impressed, but remained si- lent. Chambers was a»ifaled, aud conlinued wringing his hands and imploring for mercy. Montgomery remained unmoved, as if deler- mined to be obdurate; but when his Lord- ship pronounced the sentence of death, which I I he delivered in the most impressive manner, fdonlgomery then appeared to fee!, his conn- teuaiice changed, and he stepped two paces back the dock. He again seemed to summon up his fortitude, and returned to the •front, addressed his Lordship, requesting he might he shot. -Tile prisoner!! were immedi, ately taken buck to gaol, --I:q--

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