Jury: Messrs. Walter M'Lolland, Samuel H. Smith, Chas. John Mullet, and Robert H. Cox. Mr. M. H. Stephen, Q.C., Mr. Darley, Q.C., Mr. Gordon, and Mr. Tarlaton, instructed by Messrs. Daintrey ...Article : 2,076 words
Yesterday was duly observed as the "Fete National" of the "Republique Fran[?]aise." At 8 a.m., a salute of twenty-one cannon was fired by the artillery, and a review of the troops and gendarmes ...Article : 2,922 words
The sittings for the month of August commence [?] Monday, the 2nd, with a list of 420 eases, Nos. 1743 to No. 2161 [?]hose which are undefended will be disposed of as follo[?] — Monday, 2nd, No. 1743 will be taken at 10 a.m.; No.[?] will not be ...Article : 92 words
The Police Magistrate was assisted yesterday, on the Criminal side by Messrs. Jolly, Reading, and Penfold; [?] on the Summons side by Messrs. Ridge, Barden, [?] M'Coy, and Withers. ...Article : 504 words
In this case, in which the plaintiffs have appealed to the Privy Council against the refusal of the Court in Banco to grant a rule nisi for anew trial, the following are the reasons given hy his Honor Sir William Ma[?]ning for his ...Article : 2,540 words
This was a motion made, by Mr. O'Ryan, instructed by Mr. J. D. Fitzpatrick, on behalf of the respondent (Mrs. Kitz) for alimony and costs. Mr. Foster, instructed by Mr. T. M. Williamson, ...Article : 60 words
In the matter of John Joseph Kelly and Edwin Dempsey, third meeting. One debt was proved. No directions were given, and the meeting was terminated. In the mattor of Charles Honry Sampson and Goorge ...Article : 480 words
Yesterday, in the Chargo Court, the Water Police Magiatrate and Messrs. Fowler and Q[?]imbly presided. Mar[?] Woods, 43, was charged with having no visible lawful [?] of support, was found guilty, and sentenced ...Article : 307 words
The case of Bretnall, Broth, [?] v. J. C. Jarrett, under the 10th section of the Copy[?]ght Act, for pirating the Trade Protection Circular, publi[?]hed by the complainant, was concluded Yesterday afternoon the Central Police ...Article : 584 words
The proceedings at the sittings of the Court of Quarter Sessions were resumed at the Darlinghurst court-house this morning, Mr. Healey and Mr. F. E. Rogers acting as Crown Prosecutors. ...Article : 743 words
Sir,—Mr. Dixon commences his last letter on the above subject by saying that "people should only write about what they know." In this proposition I ontirely agree with him. He then goes on to say that "Treble X" "shows ...Article : 345 words
THE GROUND GAME BILL.—At a meeting of the Staffordshire Chamber of Agriculture, under the presidency of Mr. W. F. Carrington, the subject of (Sir W. Harcourt's "Hares and Rabbits Bill" was discussed. ...Article : 286 words
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