Mr. Wilberforce Stephen having been heard yesterday in support of the motion made in this case by the defendants, to dissolve the ex parte injunction obtained by the plaintiff, Mr. Michie ...Article : 3,145 words
Mr. Brewer prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. FORGERY AND UTTERING. John Jones pleaded "Guilty" to the above charge, and was sentenced on the first count[?] ...Article : 3,517 words
Tho following four persons were fined 10s. each, for drunkenness:—Andrew Bligh, Richard Parker, Jonathan Whitehead, and James White. Margaret Caffry, charged with being drunk ...Article : 1,523 words
Sir,—When Mr. A'Beckett ventured so recklessly into print, he little (I presume) imagined that he would have been met with the simple and true state of facts which I placed before the ...Article : 573 words
On the 25th March last, a miner namee Geor[?] James, Tickner, living at Wedderburn, met [?] death in a drive under most suspicious circumstances. He was found suffocated, with only [?] ...Article : 1,725 words
Sir,—On reading over my letter in print, I find it requires correction and explanation in one or two particulars, which I make without troubling other people to do so. ...Article : 1,207 words
A'Beckett v. Robinson, motion; Grant v. Hill, hearing; Laing v. Courtney, hearing. OLD COURT. Criminal Sessions. ...Article : 204 words
Sir,—I observe by the Gazette that the Government have set the good examnple of allowing their employes four clear days' holiday, viz., from Friday next to Tuesday the 26th inst. Might I ...Article : 112 words
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