SURREY SPRING ASSIZES

... sellptr ?Ijphmr IVOLIS, tART. V. COLLiNCGoUflN AND AN(TY-¢'- ij This was an action br ought under the 38th section of the 57th of thlie late King, cap. i9. by Sir Robert Harry Ing¢lis, Part against th ...

STIRUN ; - >. •;!

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THE CORN LAWS

... THE CORiN LAAWS. I- I .- 111\ Thllere is 110 Si1dijeLt uponI which suchl settlcd , otid nl()tions scem to prevail i upnlli) tlhc COIII laws. t crur r(I (loite ?? is, thlat if a low fixed dutv I were, ...

EXECUTION OF BURKE

... EXECUTlON OF BURKE. On Wednesday morning, between eight and nine o'clock, William Burke, the Edinburgh murderer, paid the forfeit of his many crimes at the head of Libberton's Wynd, Edinburgh. As the ...

WEST SUSSEX SESSIONS

... lE'rS:T ?? SESiSIOINS IlThese sessions ecomm1.enedon Thursday', at whic Petwortli, and ettdrd on Saturday. Thle tfollowing its p1i itrisoners were sentenced :-Gcorge Richtitg, for stealing lbred inl i ...

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY

... COURT OF BIANKRUPTCY' I t Tuuj)?nj8i~e; JU'S',C 11rditi. E.atrao)rdinare Callyed.) Brealches a f T1rees 6y a ti , In~ re Wzilli a SS , I solici.o; The bankrupt, carried (fl business as a solicitor bef ...

THE IRISH STATE TRIALS

... , , 1. .. ?? I . ?? .. AS. ., P.I.iAt isOt. ;7 J (It em Pietieft.) PC Their Lordships niet at ten o'clock on T'Ihurs- H. day morning, for the purpose otf hearing the argunierts ...

NISI PRIUS COURT

... R; 'tn ? AfIr ?? 'Ivsstcs .B ?? 111r. Justfc P. i~tsoN,J The cause paper contained the lollowing cases:- cro Alseger and others, v. Hunt; Doe d. Editey ?? Ilen- `i4l ham; Saume v. Bi ...

WEST SUSSEX MIDSUMMER SESSIONS

... )VEST SUSSEX DITDS)IDIER SESSIONS. 'e isrmr Sesaions for the Western 'ls Division Of dile C~oatty COMmnenced or, Thursday List old ait IHIorsiam. Two courts were openud fbr tire trial of fufrl prisone ...

CROWN COURT

... CROWN COUR'I'. John Gill was convicted of feloniously assaulting 8U- Sa all Slyelold, at Eversl y, ol ile 3rd of July, aunt fot -cnt ?? l.ln t, Ilo %vilfhilly anutilaic ously setting to tire to a hlus ...

WEST MINSTER COUNTY COURT

... NVEST MINSTER COUNTY COURT, 72ASaAn n -r.l.ra ads.fl - Before D.C.Moylan, Esq. Judge. O~ . TRWIN SV. MARQUIS OF LONDON DERR. .-A e pro- COACHMIAN'S N'1IG.-AlASTER AND SERVANT.-In this case the plaitif ...

INQUESTS

... BEFORE B. T. BALGDV, ESQ., CORONER. Yesterday (Tuesday) an inquisition was held at the Guild- hall, to enquire into the cause of the death of Elizabeth Fit- cbett an infant of three months o ...