The Junior Crown Prosecutor (majestically) : Now, madam, I don't wish to impose my legal powers upon you without giving you another chance to redeem your position. Will you withdraw your insinuations ? Selwyn (pathetically) : Dear mc, even if you are an Irishwoman, you must not talk like that to me. Do you know who lam ? (Observer, 15 May 1909)

The Junior Crown Prosecutor (majestically) : Now, madam, I don't wish to impose my legal powers upon you without giving you another chance to redeem your position. Will you withdraw your insinuations ?  Selwyn (pathetically) : Dear mc, even if you are an Irishwoman, you must not talk like that to me. Do you know who lam ? (Observer, 15 May 1909)
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The Junior Crown Prosecutor (majestically) : Now, madam, I don't wish to impose my legal powers upon you without giving you another chance to redeem your position. Will you withdraw your insinuations ? Selwyn (pathetically) : Dear mc, even if you are an Irishwoman, you must not talk like that to me. Do you know who lam ? (Observer, 15 May 1909). Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. /records/7248212

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