Thirteen persons were charged with drunkenness:— Mary Murphy was ordered to gaol for six weeks; and the remainder were fined 20s. each; or in default, to be imprisoned—the men for twenty-four, and the women ...Article : 1,971 words
On reading, reprinted in the Empire of this day, from the Allas of the 10th December last," Kossuth's article on "Good Faith with Turkey." If thy words be not a slander,— ...Article : 397 words
An adjourned, monthly meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, was held yesterday afternoon, in the Exchange Room. The attendance was thin. Captain Towns presided. ...Article : 2,017 words
Less than thirty years ago, an eminent natural philosopher demonstrated, as he thought, that it would be absolutely impossible to travel by railroad at any speed that now is considered reasonable. If it were possible ...Article : 1,138 words
Messrs. Purkis and Lambert disposed of the entire cargo of sugar brought by the Fanny Fisher, from the Mauritius. The following prices were obtained:—Grocers' rich golden ...Article : 322 words
Mr. Johnson's Festival of Sacred Music took place at the Concert Hall, Royal Hotel, last evening. Despite the unfavourable aspect of the weather, the attendance was very numerous. The new Hall, which is capable of ...Article : 790 words
By the kind assistance of Lord Redcliffe, I obtained permission of the Turkish authorities to visit certain of their prisons and their lunatic asylum at Stamboul. I was accompanied by my son and Mr. S—a ...Article : 1,469 words
Sir—The rosult of the election for the above-named electoral district, as reported in your own columns this morning, reveals too clearly the folly, or more properly speaking, the criminality of dividing the liberal interest. ...Article : 661 words
Francis Gannon, convicted of drunkenness, was fined 20s., with the usual alternative. John Williams, an oating-house keeper, charged with having, on the provious night, kept open his premises ...Article : 462 words
Tamworth, April 3, from the run of it. Pringle, Fsq.; damages 2s. 3d, each:—white poley bullock, FC near rump, like + under, our marked! white bullock, SS off ribs, tail cut short; red cow, TM over 8 near rump; blue and white belfer, unbranded; red ...Article : 858 words
Sir—I am a constant reader of the Empire; I am a labouring man, with a family; and when I pay my rent on Saturday night, as I have hitherto done, with the striotest economy and frugal management I have but a ...Article : 372 words
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