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Simpson

Sir James Young. 1811--70, Scottish obstetrician, who pioneered the use of chloroform as an anaesthetic
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The net is drawn pretty close round Fitzroy Simpson," he remarked, "and I believe myself that he is our man.
Now, presuming that there was some understanding between Simpson and these gypsies, might he not have been leading the horse to them when he was overtaken, and may they not have him now?
And nothing to connect this man Simpson with the interests of the Mapleton stables?
I went to Devonshire with the conviction that Fitzroy Simpson was the true culprit, although, of course, I saw that the evidence against him was by no means complete.
Therefore Simpson becomes eliminated from the case, and our attention centers upon Straker and his wife, the only two people who could have chosen curried mutton for supper that night.
The Simpson incident had shown me that a dog was kept in the stables, and yet, though some one had been in and had fetched out a horse, he had not barked enough to arouse the two lads in the loft.
Simpson in his flight had dropped his cravat, and Straker had picked it up--with some idea, perhaps, that he might use it in securing the horse's leg.
Simpson mused for a few moments after this, and then, thrusting his head out of the window, gave a shrill whistle, and pronounced some word aloud, several times.
Simpson, after having let a variety of expletive adjectives loose upon society without any substantive to accompany them, tucked up his sleeves, and began to wash the greens for dinner.
The remaining forty received sentences varying from thirty to forty-five years; while Arthur Simpson, referred to in the Manuscript as being ill of typhoid fever at the time of the explosion, received only fifteen years.
He was born June 21, 1940, in Harrisburg to William Hubert and Vergie (Belt) Simpson.
Simpson was released from prison in Nevada Sunday morning following a nine-year prison stint for a Las Vegas robbery.

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