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  2. SUPREME COURT,

    THE QUEEN ON THE PROSECUTION OF GEORGE MILNER STEPHEN V. WILSON AND MACKINNON. This was a case of criminal proceeding for the publication of certain libels against the ...

    Article : 16,535 words
  3. MR. GEORGE MILNER STEPHEN.

    The hints we have given respecting Mr. Stephen seem to have satisfied no one. We have been maligned in good set terms for some time past in Melbourne, at Castlemaine, ...

    Article : 2,838 words
  4. MR. GEORGE MILNER STEPHEN.

    A love of fair-play, a disposition to put the best and most charitable construction upon the acts of our fellow men, an unwillingness to accept prejudicial inuendoes as credible ...

    Article : 1,482 words
  5. MR. G. M. STEPHEN.

    Sir,—The last number of the Miners' Right, published at Castlemaine, has not a little astonished me and many other electors of the county of Talbot, and I certainly must say ...

    Article : 956 words
  6. STEPHEN V. WILSON AND MACKINNON.

    That pure and saintly man, George Milner Stephen, occupied the Melbourne Police Court for several hours on Thursday last, in an attempt to fix a charge of criminal lioel upon the ...

    Article : 235 words
  7. MR. GEORGE MILNER STEPHEN.

    We are unwilling to say more about Mr. George Milner Stephen than will suffice to save the constituency he persists in seeking to represent from the regrets that would ...

    Article : 941 words
  8. ADVERTISING VANS.

    Sir,—You would greatly oblige me by calling the attention of the authorities to the above nuisance, which has been latterly introduced amongst us. I have just now witnessed a ...

    Article : 261 words
  9. MR. G. M. STEPHEN.

    When we first felt called upon to protest against the intrusion of this gentleman upon the Legislative Assembly, we made it a point of conscience to refresh our impressions ...

    Article : 952 words
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