Sir,—A. correspondent in this day's EMPIRE, " J. A.," of Appin, has expressed a with that some information might be conveyed by the channels through which the popular topics of the day are ...Article : 1,664 words
Mary Kelly, having; pleaded guilty to stealing a pair of trousers, the property of B. Pugh, was fined 20s. or one month in gaol. Matthew Richards, for riotous behaviour in ...Article : 134 words
Mr. Darley and Mr. Davis, instructed by Mr. T. B. Watson, for the plaintiff; the Attorney General an Mr. M. H. Stephen, instructed by Messrs. Stephen and Stephen, for the defendants. ...Article : 1,596 words
BANCO COURT.—Gain v. Da Philipstal; Hassall v. Rodd; Cavanough v. Buckridge; Blair v. Council of Education. JURY COURT.—Pawlo v. Road; Thomson v. Booth; ...Article : 66 words
Certificates were ordered to issue in the estates of James Ponsonby, Charles Verity (upon payment of costs, &c.), and George Barrow and Co. In the estate of George Newman: The application ...Article : 254 words
The Government Gazette of last night (Tuesday), 25th May, contains the following notifications:- ERRATA.—In the notice of the Government Gazette of the 14th instant, of the appointment of magistrates ...Article : 1,367 words
Meetings in the estates of Robert Armstrong, William Grisdale, Robert Bouffier, George Summerill, Charles Fish. Bridget Alvy, and Dominick Lacerda. ...Article : 25 words
Jamen Simmons was indicted for obtaining £8 10s, from Philip Dignam by means of false pretences. Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. Windeyer, instructed by Mr. Levey. ...Article : 4,050 words
Seven drunkards were discharged. Samuel Parsons was sent to gaol for two months, an a charge of having no lawful visible means of support. ...Article : 499 words
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