COURT OF KING'S-BENCH—Dec. 7

... EHLRIOT, ESQ. and OIqERS. This was an indictment against John Heriot, and John Taylor, -Esqrs. 'Richard Harris, anis Ridhard'Blackberry, the proprietorsprinter. an | publisher of a newspaper-, c6lld The True lin , for a libel- upon -the Earl of StvVincent ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... i31b.' Aross the Flat, ;opgsiX. h ft ; tI : Ld F. Bentlifick' -Aso'deu s, &t. 'ol; beat .gif Grafton% s C bp .Waltqn,Out of Blackberry dat. 4b TwYrold urse- ?? to$gagt.o~~a ,deas zt * ?? Mr. Shicespea 's Tum',ler lst i at Mrjor .Wilson'a Atifier Sft..31b ...

POLICE

... Vorest,'and tbky sent the wo- man and the other'men to London with the caravan; next day they remained in the forest picking blackberries, and he lived upon them, some wheat and a piece of red herring. 'They slept on the forest-all that weeki what the en 'did ...

WORCESTER ASSIZES, MONDAY

... Gentlemen, I do not say that that nobleman was the Earl of Plymouth-for a trespass. The trespass consisted in the taking a few blackberries from one of the nobleman's hedges. The Jury were compelled to give a farthing damages, because the Judge said it was a ...

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c

... week, about five o'clock in the evening, as two children, the one eight, and the other four yearsof age, were gatherint blackberries in a field near Hastings, a mionster, inthe shape of a san, enticed the elder istisot to the other side of the hedge, where ...

Published: Sunday 23 October 1825
Newspaper: The Examiner
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2723 | Page: 12, 13, 14 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

WARWICK ASSIZES, MARCH 31

... There were no external marks of violence; she died from general fatigue and exhaustion ; her stomach contained nothing but blackberries. Egin, the father, oil being recalled, said, his child left home hit perfect health. The. prisoner (a dull, heavy-looking ...

HADDENHAM MURDER

... led T>m'a Wood, Ilttween Sharrow and Crooks Moor, their attention was excited by a set which the animal made at a clamp of blackberry briars Upon examining the cause of attraction, one of them drew forth a cotton bag, which centalind tba body of a newly-born ...

CORK ASSIZES

... knew the prisoner, ?? te identified him) ; she met flim last harvest in htie parish of Rilicuburei as she. was picking blackberries on the aide of a ditch, which skifted a corn-field,; lie came into the field with a horse, and a sickle in his hand, and ...

POLICE.—SATURDAY

... support the charge.' Master Bodkin, and his cousin, aged ten, were in a field at Hampstead, with the intention of picking blackberries, when the defendant canse up and inquired, What businesshave you in this field ? Master Bodkin replied they were taking ...

COURT OF CHANCERY—IRELAND

... Idle, in Yorkshire, a lad, aged 16, died last week in great agony, in consequence of having overcharged his stomach with blackberries. Potatoes are selling in Covent Garden market, London, at from 2s. 6d. to as. per cwt. SMrUGGLEBs'DrsowNED.-Three men belonging ...

LONDON POLICE

... inquiry learned they were a native t fruit of the State, found near Lake Erie. The fruit of resembles the' common native blackberry, but is in larger and finer. I introduced a few roots into my C garen,, and find' them constant bearers from June lo until ...

NISI PRIUS COURT, WEDNESDAY, APRIL [ill]

... pole, an expression whicld excited a good deal of nearrimenot. It eons elso stalest that several gallons of titter atee blackberry winie ihud beets thsrown out of doors. Mr. Ce 055J'5Lf., use itee part of tisa defettdants, cosstended Cleat thara seas ...