Instead of falling, the cursed jennet
was irritated, and carried him on more furiously than ever.
If ye see the laird, tell him what ye hear; tell him this makes the twelve hunner and nineteen time that Jennet
Clouston has called down the curse on him and his house, byre and stable, man, guest, and master, wife, miss, or bairn -- black, black be their fall!"
A lay brother, one of those who followed in the train, had, for his use on other occasions, one of the most handsome Spanish jennets
ever bred at Andalusia, which merchants used at that time to import, with great trouble and risk, for the use of persons of wealth and distinction.
It chanced on that very evening that Sir Nigel Loring, having supped before sunset, as was his custom, and having himself seen that Pommers and Cadsand, his two war-horses, with the thirteen hacks, the five jennets
, my lady's three palfreys, and the great dapple-gray roussin, had all their needs supplied, had taken his dogs for an evening breather.
Treharne, defending Slade, said, "You asked the defendant to be a sperm donor for a child with your partner.
Treharne, defending, told the court: "It is clear the information came about as a result of the break-up of a relationship.
But before the hearing at Cardiff Crown Court was adjourned, Wagstaff's barrister, Jennet
Treharne, convinced Judge Phillip Richards to relax the bail conditions to allow him to spend Friday night - when he is due to get married - at the hotel where the wedding will take place.
Treharne, defending Harding, who has seven court appearances for eight offences, including common assault, said: "He is somebody who is beginning to realise that taking drink and drugs results in him losing his temper, people being injured and him spending time in custody."
Treharne, defending Williams, said he was a 'hard-working family man' and that he sent tax returns to the Inland Revenue because he was 'wishing to remain as law-abiding as could be'.
Attanasio, who was represented by barrister Jennet
Treharne, said nothing during the hearing before leaving on crutches.
Treharne, defending, described Royston as 'a victim of circumstances'.
Treharne, in mitigation, said French, who has no previous convictions but a caution for a sexual offence against a woman on a train when he was 21, was being closely monitored in prison because of his history of self-harming and because he was on anti-depressants.