of the deceased were found in a cheffonier belonging to prisoner and in her room. Evidence would also be given to prove that when the prisoner was taken into custody, her nails were long, but that a sort time after they were found to be cut. The doctor who held the post mortem examination would also tell them, that the prisoner was a more powerful woman than the deceased and Preeo and from these and other surrounding circumstances which would come to light during the trial, the jury would have to arrive at their verdict.
Dr. S. C. Mackenzie, the Police Surgeon, who held the post mortem examination, was the only witness examined, after which the Court rose for the day.
FIFTH CRIMINAL SESSIONS,—
(Before the Hon’ble Mr. Justice Norris)
EMPRESS vs. TROYLUCKO RAUR.— On the case being resumed yesterday, the remaining evidence for the prosecution was gone into, when Mr. Fagan, addressing the jury in defence of the prisoner, said, that he believed the jury would be glad if they could honestly arrive at a verdict of not guilty. In cases of this kind, the great difficulty the prisoner had to contend against was that the evidence was all on one side. A large mass of evidence was gathered together by the Crown, with great difficulty, and at some expense, to convict the prisoner; while on the other