The Biddulph Murder Case - Special Commission

The Biddulph murder case will probably be tried by a special commission, Hon. Mr. Mowat being favorable to that course of procedure. It is hardly probable that the prisoners will be allowed out on bail. It is to be hoped that the case will be speedily settled, for the prisoners have been about eight months in gaol.

Source: Unknown, "Biddulph Murder Case - Special Commission," Huron Signal-Star, October 29, 1880.

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