Blake v. Blake Divorce Case--Barnum Blake--Part 2 05 Oct 1872
H ; 1 them-! them-! tsses-, tsses-, be-i be-i j tnatOow-j tnatOow-j ' es-tslday-Tke Pra- KdsoaUss-Porla- i ftntervlfws. Tbey did hot aecus the defeadaet of adultery do ing tbe vtit eutb, tbnugh she did leave tbe hotel at Jacksonville, Fla., one , evening with a Bpanlard, and none o her travelling travelling et mpaD'OBs or ber bnkband knew wbera she bsd gone. Bbe flirt d, not only lsb tha 8pan-1 8pan-1 8pan-1 lard, but with cflloers of boats Inferior mis, until until Mr and Mrs Cotier, who had bees their, travelling " companions, i took ano neri route. After j this separation Mr. Biske rspentfd." cried, - and said sbei bad been very foolisb to break np their relations with tbeir irlet os Sbe also proinlned atr Biafee to do better. aid leave efi tr former lnMuiaey il k Tfec-npson. Tfec-npson. Tfec-npson. For three or four months she din weil, lot again began to walk in theold j.ath. Mrs. Blake was at Thompson's more than at hrme, li n the letter's wife was aray. Tbon. peon's visits er frequent, and cuntiaaed Mil laie henn. h-n h-n h-n the eoiuplalnant was absent orm KiuiMim aaa aiven to shew that Mrt. Blske ban arlr-en arlr-en arlr-en from her bd. at 3 or S o'elm-k o'elm-k o'elm-k in the mo nlbg, to walk through the se-einreo se-einreo se-einreo parts of tt-e tt-e tt-e vlllaKO of Wtntka wnb Tron'reor. All these O'ronm8tanos pointed rnn istakably : to tbe feet that illioit in-i...mnra. in-i...mnra. in-i...mnra. tmH m,ii . ffi'Mtjol between the narttes. ato tbt tl e defendent bad been gnllty OT adultery. adultery. Mr Hurrf tben reviewed tbe visl'a wolob Mi R,l bad n.ae at Thompson's office In UlioskO. fie inqnlrea whttuer it was eusto-n eusto-n eusto-n ... in, .nai,A. women to visit tbe , flirea of seiulrUMB.. other than their boebatd and be clotted with thm. Wouis aoy u..n onlte at ease with b-s b-s b-s wife fre quutlv visiting ot ber men's offices under suoauiroam-tanest suoauiroam-tanest suoauiroam-tanest Y-t Y-t Y-t tms was what the defendant's ......I . lcri ii.hfu'.l.t lIWt.ll litV. Mr. Hervy closed with a reviewot the Court's i.MiiHiiiiiii t in. Inrv. t., . n.r, ir. a his oninion that tni so- so- eall.d rew.y dlsoivered tl?ene ot tneTarners wk not ,rtny or tuo u.iuoiui . . "t Vt, V.. . rr . .... n A'hw . beierered till he could review the arguments and tesumony.