A meeting of the Exploration [?] was held on Monday afternoon in the Royal Institution, Sir William F. Stawell in the chair. ...Article : 1,917 words
DRUNKENNESS.—John Sprightly was charged with this offence, and fined 5s. CHILD DESERTION.—Charles Farr was brought up on remand charged with having ...Article : 1,822 words
Thomas Butler was charged with stealing a coat the property of James Henrick. No appearance of prosecutor. Sergeant Nelson said he must ask for a remand, as it ...Article : 457 words
Hugh M'Kenzie, an old man about 50, was brought up charged with being a lunatic, and unfit to be at large. H. Crossen stated he was quite safe to be at large now, ...Article : 174 words
Sichel and others v Armstrong and others Mr M'Der mott and Mr Walsh for plaintiffs; Mr Wright, instructed by Messrs Muttlebury & Co., for defendants Amos, ...Article : 3,878 words
James Morris, charged with being drunk and disorderly at Learmonth, on the 28th ult., pleaded guilty, and as it appeared an aggravated [?]se, the Bench ordered him to ...Article : 1,000 words
Richard Taylor was charged with being a dangerous lunatic, and not fit to be at large. J. T. Robinson, M.D., deposed that he had examined the prisoner, who was of unsound ...Article : 349 words
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