Samuel Hewer was informed against for having, on the 28th September, 1855, stolen one ewe, the property of Thomas Chirnside; a second count charged felohious receiving. ...Article : 6,612 words
Sir,—Before the points raised in the above case are argued, I wish to state more fully the one made by me on Friday, and which, I fear, was misconceived. ...Article : 617 words
Sir,—I think it is very desirable that some competent person should furnish the public with a short account of the exploits of the soi-disant Captain Melville. I make this ...Article : 113 words
An application for certificate. Mr. Hamilton appeared for the insolvent. The official assignee stated that he had no opposition to offer. ...Article : 414 words
Sir,—I think it right to bring before your notice a serious nuisance which has caused considerable annoyance to many respectable females resident in Collingwood. I allude to ...Article : 156 words
Sir,—An American sporting writer in remarking on the game of "Poker" says, "A bold reckless player with the poorest cards can whip a good hand, and win the pool ...Article : 877 words
Sir,—While reading the remarks of your correspondent the other day, on the cost of criminal prosecutions, I was struck with the idea that our Legislature here, as at home, ...Article : 535 words
ERRATUM.—In our first leading article of yesterday the name of Mr. John Hood was printed by mistake for that of Mr. John Hodgson, in the enumeration of candidates ...Article : 2,634 words
Sir,—I confidently appeal to my countrymen whether, if Melville's statements about the treatment suffered by him and his comrades at the hulks be true, he and they are ...Article : 221 words
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