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boats to identify the boats, and tell us how many passengers there were, and to subdivide them as far as we can in the way we have done. With that exception that will exhaust all the evidence with reference to the ship. I do not know whether your Lordship would find it convenient that we should adjourn now and not start a new matter. The Commissioner: Very well. The Attorney-General: I propose also, if it meets with your Lordship’s approval, to let all the witnesses from the ship, that is all the crew who have been detained in this country, go, and go about their business. I do not propose to detain them any longer. The Commissioner: So far as I am concerned I do not want them kept. I do not know whether any of the gentlemen here desire any of them. Sir Robert Finlay: I think not, my Lord. (Adjourned to Tuesday, 4th June, at 10.30 o’clock.)
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