Mr. Montagu,with Mr. Dyne, for the plaintiff. This was an undefended cause: the action was brought for compensation for false imprisonment, arising out of a charge of stealing ...Article : 1,658 words
SIR.—This district was taken rather by surprise last week, at the perempto[?]y d[?]sm[?]sai of our indefatigable Chief Constable, Mr.Sparles, without a hearing or enquiry, and for what do ...Article : 333 words
March 15.—Arrived the schooner Waterlily, Hoyle, master, from Sydney 9th instant, with a general cargo. Passengers—Ensign Walsh of the 22nd Regiment, Mr.and Mrs. Nash. Mr. and ...Article : 68 words
Suirey Gamp and Mrs.Harris.—An elderly female named Sarah Weeks, whose general appearance was similar to that of the renowned "Sairey Gamp," and who, for anght we know to ...Article : 588 words
THE TENDERS.—When the tenders for the convict supply of bread and meat were called for, we cautioned our friends against tendering too low,but we have some reason to fear our ...Article : 2,988 words
We hear occasionally the Police Reports—we mean in the abstract—spoken of irreverently, not to say contemptuously; "the proof of the pudding," however, according to the dictum of ...Article : 897 words
SIR.,—Will you be so good as to give the following a place in your Journal:—A.F.Kemp, Esq., stated at the late Meeting in Hobart Town, "that constables who receive £30 per year are ...Article : 494 words
Here Goes for Twopence.—A dissipatedlooking woman, who gave her name as Jane Parry, whose eyes bespoke how frequently she had indulged in " potations pottle deep," and ...Article : 464 words
AN Inquest was held, on Tuesday last, the 11th of March, at Mr.Dudgeon's Inn, the Britannia, in Macquarie-street, touching the death of Master Frederick Prout, the son of ...Article : 974 words
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