THE RIGHT OF SEARCH, AT HOME

... applications to them, according to rule le, and law, for their warrants authorising such ot searchings, are as uncommon as blackberries in 3y February ! re sy Our attention has been directed to this matter ot principally by the searches which have invariably ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... years thu ig' laily told mme so6 yoirm ac!cu-e lme of uwealing your pota- agi u -1y you liave ?? notimmg blimt a few blackberries iei the mt mii to Il e e (lme CeOuiit) s;ai thmere was 110 chammce orget. CaI ing Ilin ?? cleamtei, sim he went down into ...

Accidents, Offences, & Inquests

... with one leg escaped by a miracle losing that one, ard as it is, is much hurt; a lady is much cut, and bruises are like blackberries. Aq soon, as I sa sufficient ?? attesding the wounded, I sent an old gentle- man, with a terribly crushed hat, one way ...

CORK ASSIZES

... I The mother and child are doiA'well. FEMtALE' SKELETON FouND.-On Wednesday, the 21st ultimo, as a h. y was gathering blackberries near the ford i betwixt Loch Loyre and Loch Benvein, in Strathglass, he I found a number of bones beside a large stone ...

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE

... Mr. Black, on the 21st of April, wrote the following reply:- Reasons; my dear sir, as Falstaff says, ' are plenty as blackberries; but I will give no man a reason on compulsion.' I refer you to canon 101-' No license shall be granted but to such persons ...

YORKSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES

... the de- ti Ifondant. He was not instructed to deny that the prmss to marry (which had been proved us plen- l tp;-iful a blackberries) had been made and broken. 0 IHis client was au old bachelor, who had acted very PI foolishly, and of course he must pay ...

YORKSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES

... for the de- fendant. He was not instructed to depy that the promises to marry (which had been proved as plen-l tiful as blackberries) had been made and broken. , His client was-an old bachelor, who had acted very foolishly, and of course he must pay for ...

NEWCASTLE POLICE

... question vras committed in 1832. Tihe witness was then a boy about 12 years of age, and was with others in the field gathering blackberries, when lie observed leeur men, whom he knew, and whose names ho mentions, run across the fields towvards the high road. ...

LAW AND POLICE

... Romaine, J. Casey, J. Burdon, B. Shaw, and J. Smith, For Ten Years.-Edward Snelling, Mary MACuliffle, J. Sutherland, J. Blackberry, J. Holland, Mary Jones, 3. Free- grove, G. Pizzey, D. Farrell, R. Holden, Ann Jenkins, Geo. Baker, B. Reed, J. Robinson ...

Published: Sunday 11 December 1842
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 6863 | Page: 3 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... said that the prisoners were 00 haf ath it, Yecng men of biyl respectable and peaceable charactor, who were a~t search of blackberries, and submitted that silthoer tht woo preoumptove evidearce, still it was cnt of ta lbtr rharacter to fix the fact of wantonly ...

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 ...

YORKSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES

... question with a younger brother, when they met the prisoner who had a basket on his arm, and who sais he was going to gather blackberries. A quarrel afterwards took place between them, in con- sequence of prosecutor suspecting that the prisoner wanted to lead ...