Their HONORS gave judgment in this case. It was an appeal against a decree by his Honor the Primary Judge in Equity, in a suil, for specific performance of an agreement between plaintiff and detendant for the purchase, ...Article : 6,295 words
A mamber of visitors were present, and among them the Bishop of Bathurst, who occupied a seat to the right of the Presedent. Prayers were read. ...Article : 9,283 words
[?] [?] [?], mptoens, possessing no features of special public interest, were heard and disposed of. HELLYER V.ROS[?]. This was a motion for a new trial, but before the case ...Article : 743 words
In re Bamett v. Parnell, Mr. Paterson moved, on affidavit of service of summons, that the rule nisui, granted 1st June, be made absolute. Order made absolute, Schedule and statement to be filed on or before the 11th July. ...Article : 402 words
Eight persons were fined in sums varying from 1st. to 10s., for drunkenness and for disorderly conduct while drunk. Emily Carter; found guilty of being a common ...Article : 248 words
Joseph Levy was brought before the Court, in custody, charged with conducting himself in an indecent manner in George-street, for which offence he was, ordered to pay a penalty of 20s., with the alternative of seven days ...Article : 152 words
TERM LIST.—In re Insolvency v. S. C. Burt. New Trial Motions and [?]: Chadwick v. Smith, M'Carrell v. M'Culloeh, Laidley v.M'Millan (cross demurers), Lloyd v. Queensland S.N. Company. ...Article : 218 words
This was a rule nisi on behalf of Mr. R. H. Sompill, oflicial assignce of the insolvent estate of Sydney Charles. Burt (Into of Sydney, auctioneer), railing upon Mr, Alexanden M'Donald, merchant; Mr. Audrew Hardie M'Cullech, ...Article : 205 words
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