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  2. THE COPPER COINAGE.

    SIR—I can assure you it would be looked upon by the community as one of the glories of the reign of the DeputyMaster of the Mint, if he would come forward and put an end to the wretched condition in which the copper money of ...

    Article : 359 words
  3. THE SYDNEY MINT.

    SIR,—After carefully reading your comments upon the correspondence between the Government and myself, with reference to the extraction of the silver from the gold, previous to its coinage, I have arrived at the conclusion that ...

    Article : 1,735 words
  4. LAW.

    BEFORE the Primary Judge (Mr. Justice Milford). DIGHT AND ANOTHER V. GORDON. His Honor gave judgement in this case, as follows:— The bill in this case is the usual bill by the vendors for ...

    Article : 1,245 words
  5. THE SPURIOUS COPPER CURRENCY.

    SIR,—Allow me through your columns to suggest a simple means of getting rid of a large quantity of the copper tokons now used as money in New South Wales. Let the people of this colony refuse to take any but their ...

    Article : 140 words
  6. WATER POLICE COURT.

    BEFORE Mr. E. J. C. North and Mr. R. Ronald. Thomas Walsh, greengrocer, George-street, was fined 5s. with costs for keeping his shop open for purposes of trade on the Sabbath-day. ...

    Article : 226 words
  7. "OUR POLICE SYSTEM INCONSISTENT WITH OUR LIBERTY."

    SIR,—I hope that your notice, copied from the Goulburn Herald, of the treatment of the unfortunate wight apprebe[?]ded on suspicion of being John Leesey will a[?]raot the attention and enlist the sympathy of some member of ...

    Article : 109 words
  8. THE ESCORTS.

    THE Southern and Northern Escorts have arrived during the week from our several gold-fields, and have delivered at the Sydney Branch of the Royal Mint the following quantities of gold-dust:— ...

    Article : 1,427 words
  9. METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COURT.

    BEFORE J. S. Dowling, Esq. CASTLE V. LAWSON. This was an action on a covenant contained in a lease dated 31st October, 1857, for fourteen years, whereby ...

    Article : 535 words
  10. FITTING OUT OF CONFEDERATE WAR SHIPS IN ENGLISH PORTS.

    MR. Cobden says "circumstances have tended to give The Times a virtual monopoly in the report of our debates;" but he is not satisfied with our report of his speech on Wednesday last, and therefore we ...

    Article : 5,373 words
  11. IN CHAMBERS.

    Before the same. EXPARTE SPRATT. This was an application to stay, by prohibition, all proceed[?]ngs under an order by Mr. James Smith, police ...

    Article : 371 words
  12. INSOLVENCY COURT.

    BEFORE the Chief Commissioner. In the estate of Dugald M'Isaao an adjourned single meeting. Further adjourned until the 12th proximo. In the estate of Henry Woolfe, a single meeting. One ...

    Article : 469 words
  13. F[?]LESIASTICAL JURISDICTION.

    Before the a[?]e. ESTATE OF ANDREW M'CRANE, DECEASED. Mr. Mil[?]rd moved for the grant of letters of administration to Julia M'Crane, widow of the above named Andrew ...

    Article : 115 words
  14. THE BENTLEY CASE.

    SIR,—In your article to-day in reference to the above, you have omitted [?] notice of the fact that the parliamentary committee appointed to enquire into the same was a most [?]tial one, and that scarcety any winesses were examined ...

    Article : 136 words
  15. GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT.

    BEFORE his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, C. J. ROBBERY WITH VIOLENCE. John Davey, on bail pleaded, not guilty to an indi[?]ment charging him with robbery with violence from the person of ...

    Article : 1,299 words
  16. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—The selfishness implied in the motion of Mr. I. Shepherd, M. P., in coming before the Legislative Assembly en Friday next, has been so thoroughly exposed, both in and cut of Parliament, that I wonder at his again bringing ...

    Article : 321 words
  17. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    BEFORE the Mayor, and the Police Magistrate, with Messrs. Asher, J. H. Rees, Chapman, Oatley, and Peden. Fifteen prisoners (two on remand) were brought before the Court. Of these nine were discharged and two were ...

    Article : 535 words
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