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Trial of the EARL of CARDIGAN by his Peers

... one frome Trite Earl rlf Cardigan in ra letd, firm, and clear voice, kneel (low, replied, Not Guilty,1 tweenrithne sh he Clerk lthertupeir. said, itlhone till yocir Lord. minute cla hip be trieid? ness was a! Lord Cardigan- By ury teers. themn, butt4 ...

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.—TUESDAY

... think of. Lord Cardigan said, 1 Ohl, that is very wron- of him. Then heatrd a whispering, and hoardl him again kiss ?iady nim, 'wish her, good bye, and leave the room. Lord Cardigan was there alogther about two hours. As soon as Lord Cardigan had left.an-dL ...

IRELAND

... The Governor of the gaol put his arm~ on M!r. O'Brien's shoulder, and was about renlosing him, when Dr. Gray, Mr. Potter (his eohicitori), and Mr. O'Flara pressed to tlhe side of the dockz, and with Out-stretched arms sought his hand.- He turned round ...

RESUMED INQUEST ON THE BODY OF MISS CASHIN

... Netherlands. Bly ?? Colley Grattan. Complete in otis volutme': al Nethertlans in mthe Sixteetth Censtury.-Painting, whirls had s languished isefore the fifteenth century, sprung at once, into a eunew existence from the invention of John Van Eyck, known Ibetter ...

LENT ASSIZES

... against Win. Dyer, for horse.stealing ; Richard Dodd, for a robbery in a dwelling house at Waddesdon; John Stiles, for a burglary at Hlitcham ; John Hootton, for stealing a quantity of flannel, and other articles, at Chepping-Wycombe; George Thorn, for ...

COURT of KING, BENCH.—Before Lord ELLENBOROUGH and a Special Fury.—Saturday, Dec. 8

... William, footman; John, Wife, and Mother, robbed you. She afterwards, butl ineffeclually, endeavoured to convey ?? farther information. She( took from her pocket a paper covered with blond, and containing the following words:- John the groom, Ann, and ...

CITY COURT—TUESDAY, AUGUST 14

... dismissed. SUASHING WINDOWS.-John Johnson was charged with smashing five squares of glass in the shop of Mr. I-laie, bakler, Clarendon-street.-It appeared from the evidence of Mr. Walk- lett, who lives at the corner of Cardigan-street, that the prisoner ...