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Birmingham Bankruptcy Court

... .. : I I aukrupttly If alirt. I-9- , YESTERDAY. BEFORiE MR. REOS8TRAR WILSON-. Io. sre Patrick Monaghan, of Wolverlhosplon, proprietor of the late Woleerlveohaptons Nsews.-A meeting -for last examina ...

Birmingham Police Court

... Niflliltytam V- fflitt 161,41111. YESTERDAY. Before the Mayor and Mr. Sargant. IMPORTANT CASE AS TO STEALING AND ItNOE5VIr.e METAL.- Some few months ago, a fellow named Hessry Jackson, of Dart- mouth ...

Law Intelligence

... gaiv ?4 littIligma. BRISTOL INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT. BEFORE SIR EARI)LEY WILMOOT. In re Sir William Don, Bart. The case of this insolvent, described as a comedian, came on for hearing on Thursday, an ...

Birmingham County Court

... I 6.0111tig dout F mIDAY. Be W~illiasn George Dixon, ?? insolvent came up for his first hearing, supported by Mr. East, and opposed by Mr. Hawkes on behalf of Mr. Mier, whom it will be remembered had ...

Birmingham Police Court

... NaiYllbly Rlict 6rt. SATUtRDAY. The sitting Magistrate to-day was Mr. Eynnersley; bntthe busi- ness wnich came before him was of a trivial character, and occupied but a short time in its disposal. The ...

EXTRAORDINARY TRIAL IN FRANCE

... The whole of France, and especially the neighbourhood of Evreux, has been excited by the trial of Madame de Jen- fosse, her two soins, and her old sesrvant, named Crepel ...

WARWICK WINTER ASSIZES

... WARlWICK WINTER ASSIZES. SATURDAY. Bafore Afr. Baron Cluanneli. Monair FEMAT Butnonan.-Rossanna M'PDerinotf. and Betsy Gosling, describedas servants, and each about sixteen years of age, were plred at ...

Law Intelligence

... Iralu J4 utdtigmtt. BANKRUPTCY COURT, LoNDo., December 19. (BEFORE AIR. COmiSSIONER FANs) -In ae James Mdlrose and Thomas Edicard Hussey. The bankrupts (who originally presented a petition for private ...

WARWICK WINTER ASSIZES

... YESTERDAY. The Court sat at nine o'clock, and the following case, which had been fixed for this morning, was at once proceeded with. EXTENSIVE ROBBERY OF GOVERNMENT STORES IN B ...

Birmingham Bankruptcy Court

... 1-0 N mililygipill 1,4 althaptcLT 91 mat. YESTERDAY. BEFORE MIL. COMMEroSSIONsr B.ALGUY. IiL re Rice Ha,'ris and Rice Williams Harrs., Birnzinghsan, glass ?? meetings for declaration of dividend in re ...

Birmingham Police

... vOffa. YESTERDAY. Btefore Mr. Kyenersley, Mr. Middlemore, and Mr. Vane Wart. INFvORMATION AGAINST A Buxcse.-Cooper, the Sanitary Sub-inspector, preferred a charge against Mr. Sh utleivorhli, butcher, ...

Birmingham Police

... N&IMufftlant volia. YESTERDAY. Before M:. Ky ersiy Mr. Philluip, and Mr. ~iwneld. REMANDED CASE OF JUVENILE DELIxNQUENcY. -The boy CeasOliY', remanded from Monday on the charge of pocket picking, was ...