BR[?]NCH OF THE POLICE ACT—Thomas Saville complained of Aun Jane Hatton for having on the 22nd inst., in a public place the Albion Inn, made use ...Article : 645 words
DISTURBING THE PEACE.—One man was fined £1, in default seven days' imprisonment for the above offence. LARCENY.—Joseph Wal[?]sley charged ...Article : 749 words
In the matter of H. and M. Bloch, of Forquary and Deloraine storekeepers. Examination of bankrupts, in [?]once to their accounts of receipt and ...Article : 1,868 words
DRUNKENNESS.—A man[?] charged with being drunk— and incapable on the previous night and was fined 10s, or 48 hours in default. ...Article : 701 words
Robert Hewson, of Norfolk Plain's East was charged by information ny W. Brand, Inspector of Sheep with driving an infected sheep along the road. ...Article : 133 words
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