By no other means than by making the ruling for uneasy, [?] thise they oppress obtain redress.—(Jeremy Bentham.) Sir W. Draper ought to have known, that no ...Article : 172 words
WE Would advise Mr. Levey to take such steps, as to prevent the belief of a report now in circulation, that he proposes to exclude from the Stage, all actors ...Article : 156 words
I fully admit the right, and not only the right but the duty, of every man. to watch closely and vigitantly, the administration of Law and Justice.—(Speech of the ...Article : 109 words
LAST night, pursuant to advertisement, the friends of this intended Institution met at the Court Room, and at seven o'clock the chair was taken by Major ...Article : 177 words
MR. RIDDELL, Colonial Treasurer, is going home in the sovereign, in Consequence, as we believe, of his office being abolished. We wish this gentleman well, ...Article : 112 words
THURSDAY, MARCH 14—Before Mr Justice DOWLING and [?] King v Bloomfield—This was an action brought by the [?] a blacksmith, to ...Article : 2,505 words
THURSDAY. MARCH 21.—Before the CHIEF JUSTICE and Messrs. MANNING and LAMB, Assessors. Hartley v. Shadforth.—This was an ...Article : 1,593 words
A GANG of fellows in Sydney, have got into the habit, the last year or two, of holding communication with horse-stealers up the country, and when a vessel is ...Article : 626 words
Last week. previously to any public appointment of an` Inspector of weights and measures in Parramatta, Mr John Thorn (who had been privately appointed to that station) ...Article : 2,454 words
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