TRIAL OF JAMES HADFIELD

... - - TRIAL (F JAMES HADFIELD. l | efl erday -came on in thi Court of Kiihg's Bench, the ri as of James Hadfield, fur High 'I reaton. The Court and all the palrages recar it were exctflively crouded ar.a very catly hour. At r'rime o'clocit the four Judges ...

Published: Thursday 03 July 1800
Newspaper: Exeter Flying Post
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 602 | Page: 2 | Tags: News 

TRIAL OF JAMES HADFIELD

... TRIAL OF JAMES HADFIELD. Tlnitftlay morning came on in the Court King’s nch, WeHminftcr, the Trial ot James Had field, for High Treafon. The Court and all the paflages near it weie excdlivcly crotided very eaily hour. At nine o’clock the four judges the ...

Published: Tuesday 01 July 1800
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 9057 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none

TRIAL OF JAMES HADFIELD

... TRIAL OF JAMES HADFIELD. Thursday morning came the Lour; of King's Bench, Weftminfter, the trial James Hadfield, for treafon. At nine o ciock the four Judger took their feats, and the prifoner was brought into Court— The officer of the Court called over ...

Published: Friday 04 July 1800
Newspaper: Stamford Mercury
County: Lincolnshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1255 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

ADTHFHTtC ACCOUNT TH* TRIAL OF JAMES HADFIELD, FOR SHOOTING THE KING. day pulli/hed) price ir. (To be continued ..

... ADTHFHTtC ACCOUNT TH* TRIAL OF JAMES HADFIELD, FOR SHOOTING THE KING. day pulli/hed) price ir. (To be continued Monthly,) with, z. The Fortunate Efcape.— 2- The Lion.— 3. A new Patera for a Handkerchief or Apron, &c.—and 4. Mr. Shield’s Favourite Ballad ...

I . HIGH TREASON. Monday next will be published, Price 6d. a INTIKIITI NC Trial of James Hadfield, For High

... I . HIGH TREASON. Monday next will be published, Price 6d. a INTIKIITI NC Trial of James Hadfield, For High Treason* attempting LIFE MAJESTY, At Drury-Lane Theatre, on the May last; with the whole of the Evidence, rhe Attorney-General, and Mr. Erskiue's ...

Published: Monday 30 June 1800
Newspaper: Hampshire Chronicle
County: Hampshire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 284 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

HIGH TREASON

... HIGH TRE.4SOKV. TRIAL OF JAMES HADFIELD. Yeflerday inorning came on in the Court oF King's Bench, V1Wvtlninfler, the Trial of James Hadfield, for Hi-h Treafatn' The-Courts-and'lall the pallages inear it wereexceffhielv croiuded at a-:very early hour. ...

auction. Forfeited Pledaes. Mr. HENRY HEYWOOD. on Tuesday, May 14th, 1839, at No. 54, Oldham-road, Manchester: ..

... Rowarth aforesaid, near or adjoining to the last-mentioned messuage or dwelling-house, and now in the occupation of James Hadfield, James Hadfield, James Ashton, and Mary Armficld, as tenants thereof. —The above property is in excellent condition and thorough ...

ibtturnr-v 6c Sunnav's Mails

... from prejudice. — Rule granted. TRIAL OF JAMES HADFIELD for HIGH TREASON. Thurfday morning, at 9 o'clock, Ld.Kenyon, ' and the three other Judges of the King's Bench, ] took their feats in Court, when James Hadfield, for (hooting at his Majelty at Drury-Lane ...

Published: Thursday 03 July 1800
Newspaper: Derby Mercury
County: Derbyshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4679 | Page: 2 | Tags: News 

rtn.Titir

... R•aa. Surrey, aluney.ictilteutr, Aug. 1.2, at Guildhall. TRIA - 01' JAMES HADFIELD. ON Thurfday, .June .a 6, came on in the Court of King's Bench, Weftminfler, the Trial of James Hadfield, for. High Treafon, in firinea loaded pitlOL at the King whiltt at ...

Published: Saturday 05 July 1800
Newspaper: Cambridge Intelligencer
County: Cambridgeshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4042 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... New- Rate, who certified in liii return, that before the comm,; the writ to him, njmoty, on the 16lh day of M iv Ujt, James Hadfield was committed to hit custody, by under the hand and seal of his Grace the Duke of High Treason, in compassing and imagining ...

Published: Friday 27 June 1800
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 832 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

ti.. ■. v. PROMOTIONS, From LONDON GAZETTE, Jntte ff'ar.OJjicl, Jmt 17, 1800. Kens Ftrrf Centttmr* and Cavalry. ..

... Theatre with intent and in the fame Theatre by and with the fame pillol loaded atafore. faid and with which he the faid James Hadfield had armed hirofelf aforrfaid tnalicioufly and traitoroufly to (hoot at affaflinale kill and put to death our faid Lord ...

LOCAL

... Whiley; Dcg and Partridge, Fennell-street, from James Hadfield to Henry Boot; Fleece, Withy Grove, from Abraham Ogden to William Smallwood ; Hawthorn Tavern, Albion-street, from Jane Hadfield to James Hadfield; Hen and Chickens, Oldham-street, from John Youil ...