Illinois vs. August Spies et al. trial transcript no. 1 Examination by Mr. Grinnell and Mr. Black. Accepted as a juror in the case of Illinois vs. August Spies et al.
Examination of J. H. Brayton (second appearance), 1886 July 9.
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Brayton, J. H.
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Illinois vs. August Spies et al. trial transcript no. 1
Examination by Mr. Grinnell and Mr. Black. Accepted as a juror in the case of Illinois vs. August Spies et al.
MR. BRAYTON: July 9th, 1886.
It is proably rather more technical than material; but under the consideration and gravity of this case I think it my duty to make this statement. In my statement yesterday I said that all my information was based upon newspapers. I had forgotten at that time that I had seen also a circular that was a call for the Haymarket meeting. I consider it rather technical but still I consider it my duty to make that statement.
THE COURT: When he asked the question you had forgotten the fact that you had seen any such circular?
MR. BLACK: We do not think that will make a difference.
MR. GRINNELL: That is satisfactory to us.
Adjourned to 10. A. M