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  1. Court of Quarter Sessions.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 20 April 1850 p 4 Article
    ... Court of Oua.rf-.ar Sessions^ The sittings of this Courtcommenced on Thursday, the 18th of April ... that the money had been taken away. By the Court. There -was no third person present. Smith re ... 3777 words
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  2. Local Intelligence. COURT OF REQUESTS.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 5 April 1851 p 4 Article
    ... Hottl Entclh'cicnce, COURT OF REQUESTS. The sittings of this court took place on Monday and Tuesday ... . Mr, Wadeson addressed the Court on behalf of the defendant, and commenced by stating that the present ... 2798 words
    • Text last corrected on 15 September 2012 by Leigh
    This resource is likely to be relevant to your query (score: 0.789)

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  3. TO OUR READERS.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 23 February 1850 p 4 Article
    ... been rendered Imperative by the reports of the Circuit Court and a press of advertisements. : ... 36 words
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  4. COUNTRY COURTS.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 30 March 1850 p 4 Article
    ... COUNTRY.. COURTS: Were it possible that every- Court of the inierior had a. niche provided for a ... happened some time ago. to visit a country Court, somewhat casually, and heard a magistrate deliver himself ... 1035 words
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  5. Bathurst Quarter Sessions.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 26 January 1850 p 4 Article
    ... Bathurst Quarter Sessions. This Court opened on Thursday, before the Chairman, Samuel Raymond, Esq ... . He dwelt upon the discrepancy betwixt the evidence given by Phillips in the Court and that contained ... 3866 words
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  6. To the Editor of the BATHURST FREE PRESS.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 23 March 1850 p 5 Article
    ... correspondence relative to the Court House, between the Police Magistrate and the Colonial Secretary, and that ... satisfied with your explanation, and expected to see the business' of the Court removed to the New Court ... 535 words
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  7. English News.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 9 November 1850 p 5 Article
    ... appeal, Sir T. Wilde will then become Lord Keeper ; the presiding of the Chancery Courts will become a ... . American Court of Justice. — At Memphis, Tennessee* a dispute arose in a Court of Justice respecting the ... 832 words
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  8. Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the BATHURST FREE PRESS . Summer Hill Mine. May 8th, 1850.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 11 May 1850 p 5 Article
    ... impudence to show his face in such a cause, in an open court ? I would not designate C's conduct as roguery, ... were well known to all parties interested, from my reports which are made monthly to the Directors of ... 910 words
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  9. THE BATHURST TREE PRESS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1851. "MAGNA. EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." TALE OF A TUB.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 15 February 1851 p 4 Article
    ... , upon reference to our report of tthe Court of Requests business of Monday last, will observe the case ... observation from one of the learned gentlemen practising at the last Court of Requests,' touching some slight ... 1034 words
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  10. Local Intelligence. ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 19 April 1851 p 4 Article
    ... present differed from thi3 reading, and argued that they might as well remain at home as come to court to ... instructed by his client, that: four of the magistrates present had come to court, with the determination to ... 1265 words
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  11. Local Intelligence.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 28 September 1850 p 5 Article
    ... ?' concluded that his life was in danger, and therefore threw himself under the protection of the court ... , but did not offer to strike him. 'Mr-Macintosh addressed the court on behalf of the defendant, and ... 1315 words
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  12. Local Intelligence. BATHURST MINING COMPANY.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 12 January 1850 p 4 Article
    ... Sb* Old Court FodbeI— We uh4 derstandthat an estimate 'of the expensef'or^repairingthe Old Court House has ... occupancy of : tho building as a Court hpuso are beginning'to manifes't'themsclves amorigsi ... 3311 words
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  13. Local Intelligence.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 8 December 1849 p 4 Article
    ... steed, he was found unable to stand. The next morning saw the two f.iiends on their way to the old Court ... unwittingly substituted by oiir reporter, for Mr. Meyer's, in the concluding paragraph. The New. Hawking Act ... 2453 words
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  14. [?]al Intelligence.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 16 November 1850 p 4 Article
    ... to the Hartley Court, who, instead of appearing, absconded, and he now sum-moned the defendant for ... neglecting to report the lost sheep, and also for not cleaning the yards regularly. On one occasion, the ... 1665 words
    • Text last corrected on 25 May 2014 by Wally1946
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  15. MOLONG.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 15 March 1851 p 4 Article
    ... praise, and ought to receive some substantial acknowledgement for his very efficient services.^ Court of ... Requests. — Our correspondent has favoured us with two cases adjudicated upon in the Small Debts Court, but ... 707 words
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    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 13 October 1849 p 5 Article
    ... unprincipled author of tho mischief. The New Court House.— The plans and spacifications connected with the ... 's pleasure. Fight Jet ween Perry and Hough.— It is currently reported that these two men hswe fought, and ... 1156 words
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  17. Local Intelligence.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 25 May 1850 p 4 Article
    ... repair for the winter. The alterations at the Court House suggested by the Colonial Architect, when at ... of Crown lands advertised for the 22nd, took place at the New Court House. There was a rather thin ... 2804 words
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  18. Local Intelligence.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 26 January 1850 p 5 Article
    ... , as he judged the offence to be of too grave a character for the jurisdiction of the former Court ... Plains, during his' absence, and reported that a gang of bushrangers had assembled in force, and were ... 1620 words
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  19. Country News. HARTLEY.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 10 August 1850 p 5 Article
    ... Court to be hplden at Biithurst. ' The circumstancosof the case, as detailed in evidence, appeared to be ... iaavised \ Mr. M'Lennon, who. lost.no tinse in reporting the case to the police, wheti Mr. Greaves, our ... 1429 words
    • Text last corrected on 18 April 2011 by ethel
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  20. OUR LIBEL CASE.
    Bathurst Free Press (NSW : 1849 - 1851) Saturday 10 May 1851 p 4 Article
    ... . Yesterday a Supreme Court Summons, signed by '? Charles Henry Green, Esq., a Commissioner tor taking ... . Macintosh, commanding him to appear on our behalf at the next sittings of that Court, and show cause why the ... 1408 words
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