A MEETING of the bankers, merchants, squaters, and others interested in the sale of wool in London was held. yesterday afternoon, at the Exchange. Mr. J. B. Watt was moved into the chair. Present. The ...Article : 3,282 words
Henry Dewar, alias Coffey was charged with stealing a suit of clothes, valued at £25a, the property of James Henry Monaghan. The accused had been employed by complainant to put up the shutters of his shop in ...Article : 185 words
BARRON v. THE CLARENUE RIVEN AND NEW ENGLAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. Mr. Darley and Mr. Oliver, instructed by Messrs. Roxburgh, Slade, and Spain, appeared for the ...Article : 197 words
Senior-sergent Rawlinson prosecuted George Priestly and George Lock for furious riding on South Head-road; they were fined 40s each, with costs. James Duncan, for not having his name and place of ...Article : 600 words
WHITELAND AND ANOTHER V. SHARPE AND OTHERS. Mr. Butler, instructed by Mr. Williamson, appeared for the plaintiffs; and Sir James Martin and Mr. Windeyer, instructed by Messrs. Rolin and ...Article : 3,453 words
JURY COURT.—Barron v. The Clarence and New England Steam Navigation Company. MASTER'S OFFICE.—At 10.30: Sempill v. Nicolle, minutes. At 11 a.m.: Sempill v. Campbell, ...Article : 34 words
Re John Robertson, and re John Robertson and James Keele, and re John Robertson and John Graham Macdonald: Adjourned second meetings in each sequestration were resumed from the 20th ...Article : 382 words
THE land sale of allotments at Brownstown was adjourned until the 19th of May, in consequence of the inclemency of the weather. Two allotments were sold privately—one to Mr. O'Niel for £12, amt one for a Roman Catholic chaped for ...Article : 1,155 words
THE Monitour Universed publishes some strange documents. These are pieces of manuscript found in the clothes of Troppmann, the murderer of the Kinck family, at the time when he exchanged them for the ...Article : 819 words
Mr. Foster prosecuted for the Crown. STEALING POST LETTERS. Michael Callaghan was charged with stealing, on the 13th of December last, at West Maitland, one post ...Article : 793 words
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