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  2. BUPREME COURT.

    Before Mr. Justice Burton, and a Special Jury,— Moffat v. Byrnes.—This was an action brought to recover damages for an ...

    Article : 2,124 words
  3. POLICE INCIDENTS.

    Two men were placed at the bar of the Police on Thursday, charged by a constable with interrupting him in the execution of his duly; but he could not ...

    Article : 2,078 words
  4. LAW INTELLIGENCE.

    This was an action for several libels upon the plaintiff, a young lady at Cheltenham, imputing a want of chastity and indecorous conduct. The defendant had ...

    Article : 1,612 words
  5. FROM THE TEMPERANCE RECORDER.

    Sir—The following anecdote, which may be relied on as strictly true, exhibits drunkenness in so ludicrous a light that I am induced to send it you to insert in ...

    Article : 464 words
  6. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 912 words
  7. ENGLISH EXTRAOTS.

    WOMEN.—Lady Blessington, in her "Memoirs ot Lord Bvron," thus dusorib's the feelings uador which woman exist:—'How few men understand the feel[?]gs of women! Sensitive ...

    Article : 655 words
  8. SHIP NEWS.

    SEPTEMBER 27.—Arrived the barque Duke of York, 191 tons, Morgan, from London and Kangaroo Island, in ballast, proceeding to the South Sea fisheries. ...

    Article : 299 words
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