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Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland

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STATE PROSECUTIONS

... tile passiitg oif the act of unit), tile iiuglr.in it' Grn-at Britain ceased to exist, as did also ithe ?? of Lieland, and instead of those tsve, there wvas formed one United kingdom, tinder the style atie title of ''the United Kingdom of Great Britain 50(d ...

Law

... founded. P'r- vious to the passing of that act, Mr. Miteliel was, aut still is, the projirietor of a newspalier,c i titled the United lrishmu7uan. Proin the publication of the verY ftist numbter of that paper, the articles pulslishied in it were of a tendenicy ...

STATE PROSECUTIONS

... in crown as in civil cases. The ATTOIRNEY.GENFRAL replied that it was; an said that such being the case, the pleas tendered could II be roccived, for the time was elapsed and the parties wer too late according to the practice in civil cases The CHIEF ...

TRIAL OF COLONEL M'LEOD

... alleged, that it was a transaction more of a military than a civil character -that being so organised it was not to be governed by the rules which prevail in courts o'ijustice where the civil and municipal law alone prevails. It is right gentlemen, that ...

COURT OF KING'S BENCH.—(SECOND DAY.)

... to your country, -or else the most arrant cowardice, or, if you please, treachery, cowarduice, and artifice united. Ho.M have -you avoided a civil waf ? By suffering the sanguinary Papist to issue forth from his deni, and murder his Protestant fellow-subject ...

PRESBYTERIAN MARRIAGE CASE

... bindiing, it- asmtnch as there was no recognition ot any ecclesiasti- cal authority, and was merely a civil contract. That was tile (loci rile of the civil and canon law which go- verned tileh marriages of England, prior to the'passin- oftle 26th of Geo. ...

COUNTY OF ANTRIM ASSIZES

... tulon one ?? clues of Preiestiint disseitters, luariiily S~eeders, dile privileget of swvearitng with uplifted bluindl. in civil cases, bitt excluding them from tlte privilegeI by cxpreess provision. in crimntital matters - and this act, wh ich, oii the ...

Law Intelligence

... permit a ftrbricated or' mutilatied dociuirentt to stand ats a documen t hlichu uas to be tire foridation for every trial civil and criminal that voulil talik pirce. Ile thought they should bh satisfied of this, that the omission of the 27 Dames wmas ...

BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS

... occupied in the registry of voters for the County' of Antrim and the Borough of Belfast; Friday and Satur- day, in deciding civil bill cases, and on Monday the crown business commenced. On the Bench, we observed, be- sides the Assistant Barrister, the ...

BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS

... of Jas. Millar. in Portglenone. Acquitted. O' Win. Smilie, .hfn' Ganwn, and Hugh Loughridrgefor treseting a cow seized on a civil bill decree, the prdperty of Wm. Smilie. Acquitted. David MIClernorn for assault. Pleaded grilty; I month in gaol. Catherine ...

LONDON POLICE

... the multitude, and incites the commission of a greater crime to prevent the detection of a less. -In times of tyranny or civil conanotion-and we know not how soon such times may occur-il. is liable to be perverted to the destfuetion not only of innocent ...