The Court gave judgment in the rule nisi obtained by Mr. Stow, pursuant to leave reserved, to show cause why a nonsuit should not be entered for the plaintiff or a verdict entered for the defendant, or that a new trial should not be ...Article : 1,594 words
The SPEAKER took the chair at half-past l o'clock. THE INSOLVENT ACT. The SPEAKER announced the receipt of a message from His Excellency the Governor, transmitting copy of despatch ...Article : 10,790 words
The Council have excised two of the most important clauses of the Land Bill,—the one relating to deferred payments, and the other enacting the uniform price. ...Article : 190 words
NOTICE OF MOTION:— l. Mr. WATERHOUSE to move— "That an address be presented to His Excellency the Governor-in-Chief, representing the necessity that exists for ...Article : 2,010 words
We have been favored by two correspondents with the following additional particulars relative to the recent heavy floods in the southern district:— I am able to communicate a few particulars ...Article : 1,406 words
RIOTOUS.—Eliza Evershed was charged with wilfully breaking one pane of glass, value 1s., the property of James Anderson. F[?]ned 10s. and costs. DRUNKENNESS.—Alexander Mcpherson was fined 5s. for ...Article : 264 words
DISORDERLIES.—Gilbert Robertson and Charles Wil[?] for drunkenness and disorderly conduct, were each fined 10s. ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE.—William Murray was charged with being absent from the brig K[?]str[?]l without leave, and ...Article : 159 words
A most splendid season is now cheering the s[?]ttlers with the prospect of an excellent harvest. Most of the crops are in; the barley and early wheat crops are presenting quite an encouraging appearance. ...Article : 372 words
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