This was an action of trespass for breaking and entering a close belonging to the plaintiff. The defendant pleaded in justification of the trespass, that there was a public highway through the close ...Article : 1,538 words
Mr. HAWKSLEY apologised for the absence of several gentlemen who promised to be present to take a part in the business of the evening, and read a note from Dr.Lang, M.L.C, in which that ...Article : 1,697 words
John Garrick, licensed victualler, Petersham. Liabilities, £219. Assets, personal property, £50; outstanding debts, £10; total assets, £60 Deficiency, £159. William Perry, official assignee. ...Article : 93 words
Mr. FOSTER in reply, commented upon the conduct of the plaintiff, in refusing to produce the defendant's letters. Those letters which had been read, showed the spirit which had actuated ...Article : 407 words
The case was resumed this morning. Edward Gray was recalled to prove that, during the ownership of the Orphan School Trustees, Mr. Marsden was on the Committee, and an ...Article : 1,306 words
MR. G. A. LLOYD.—At his Mart, at ll o'clock, Wines, Codfish, Jams, and Oilman's Stores; at 12 o'clock, Wines and Spirits. MR. R. FAWCETT.—At his Rooms, at ll o'clock, ...Article : 173 words
A public meeting, as announced in our yesterday's issue, was held on Tuesday last, at Mr. Clark's Old Assembly Rooms, with a view to the establishment of a Political Association. The ...Article : 374 words
The following is the statement referred to in the Chief Justice's charge to the jury; 1st. To constitute the dedication of a roadway to the public, there must have existed, in the ...Article : 820 words
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