Three soldiers || Three soldiers...
were walking together || were walking
in Fleet-street; || in Montgomery Street.
one gave an opinion || One gave an opinion
in which all concurred. || in which all concurred.
It was the woman... || It was the women, they said;
He proved himself || He showed himself
a man afterwards... || a man afterwards.
Miss Sheila Courtenay, || A leading actress...
who is appearing in ||
"The Cat and the Canary" ||
at the Shaftsbury Theatre... ||
"I do sincerely hope," she said, || she hoped
"that Bywaters will not be hanged... || he would be acquitted...
then he has been so wonderful... || Then he has been so truly wonderful...
A dustman named Churches, || A dustman named Churches
in the employ of || in the employ of
the City Corporation, said: || Bullwinkle and McHanger... replied:
"We have been discussing the case || We have just been discussing this case.
and most of the fellows will sign... || All the fellows say...
A taxicab driver: || A... taxi driver said:
Bywaters is a silly young fellow, || He is a damned scoundrel in private life
but he ought not || but he
to pay the full penalty... || has parliamentary privilege.
A barmaid in the West End: || A barmaid:
It would be a shame || It would be a shame
if Bywaters died... || to jail him...
but he ought not || ...he should
to pay the full penalty... || pay the full penalty.
A sailor, on the Embankment, || A sailor [on the] setts of the fish market,
was encouraged to speak || was encouraged to speak
by his fiancée, and said: || by his fiancée & said:
the woman was more to blame... || [...] he was to blame...
but I think there was || but I think there was
someone else in it... || someone else behind it...