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TRIAL AT THE OLD BAILEY
THE UNFORTUNATE DR DODD
THE EARL OF SANDWICH
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accordingly admitted appeared asked beautiful Borrodaile Cairns called Captain chaplain Charles Russell committed counsel Countess of Euston Court Crawford declared defendant Dilke's dreadful Earl of Euston evidence fact fashion feeling followed friends gentleman George Manby Smith George Townley George Victor Townley guilty happened hear heard Henry Fitzroy Henry James Fitzroy honour husband James Hackman John Knatchbull John Montgomery judge jury Justice Kate Kate Smith Kate Walsh lady letter living London Lord Euston Lord Garmoyle Lord Melbourne Lord Ranelagh Lord Sandwich Madame Rachel marriage married matter Miss Fortescue Miss Goodwin morning murder never Newgate Norton Old Bailey plaintiff prisoner promise question refused remarkable result returned Ricketts seemed sentence Serjeant Sir Charles Dilke Sir William solicitor soon story Thereupon thing Thomas Ricketts tion told took trial verdict Verhyden wanted wife William Chetwynd William Dodd witness woman wrote young