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    IT is impossible to contemplate the grievous evil arising out of the present system of the practice of the law here, without feeling astonished at the ...

    Article : 849 words
  3. THE LAW.

    It is remarkable how different is the practice of the same law—by different judges—in different portions of the same kingdom. Here, the bare communication ...

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    MR. MOORE continues his notices of “Serf dues.” The last Gazette contains some forty additional demands, which, he says, he shall enforce, “without further ...

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    We are always desirous to correct error of any sort, into which we may have fallen. In our last, we referred to a correspondence (or rather to a portion of one, ...

    Article : 209 words
  6. PRISON DISCIPLINE.

    One of the New York Journals adopts the following quotation from Franklin as its motto :—“It is a conclusive proof of a very bad cause, when it cannot be defended ...

    Article : 527 words
  7. MALE GOSSIPING.

    Women are allowed the privilege of gossiping, and a trifle of scandal, or so, is therefore excusable. There is something in the atmosphere of this Island, which ...

    Article : 414 words
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