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[ill] BY JURY—1794

... Ile concluded with proposing 11the 9' immortal memory of Thomas Hardy, .Tnhn Horns 101 Toolee, John Theiwall, J. A Bonny, Stewart Kyd., of Richard Hodgson, Thomas Holcroft, Jeremiah Joyce, (ml Thomas Witrdell, Matthew Dloore, John Baxter, o and John Richter ...

TRIAL BY JURY

... dined together at ealley's Hrot-l, Brdige-street, Blackfriira, to celebrate the 49th anniversary of the ac- quittal of Thomas Hardy, John Horne ToOke, and Thos. Thelwall, from the charge of high treason. W. J. FOX, Esq. in the chair. About 150 gentlemen ...

TRIAL BY JURY—1794

... se.) He concluded with proposing the | imomotal memory of Thomas Hardy, John Horne l Tooke, John Thelwall, J. A Bonny, Stewart Kyd, Richard Hodgeon, Thomas Holcroft, Jeromiah Joyce, Thomas WardelI, Matthew Moose, John Baxter, and John Richter. It was ...

[ill] BY JURY—1794

... place at Radley's ho' notel 1,beidgE-3troot. Blairkfriars, inS evtebrit40o Of antotl.&'i annfiversary of the acquittal of Thomas HArdY, St John Horne Toiks, and John Thl-11~h, ill 1794. aud lin in comlineinoration of the institution of the 1 Trialt by su~ ...

SKIRLAUGH UNION (duty free.)

... thereabouts, arc rich Old Swarth, and the remainder in Tillage, in a high stale of Cultivation, bounded by Lauds of Thomas and John Hardy, North; Lands of Richard Shcarsraith and of the Trinity-House Kingston-upon- Hull, South; the South End Road, East; ...

Published: Friday 09 September 1842
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 889 | Page: 1 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

YORKSHIRE LENT ASSIZES,

... had been charged with felony. Sentence deferred. Charles Rhodes and Thomas Leatham were in- dioted for a burglary in the house of Thos. Bramall ard cutting and wounding the said Thomas Bramall, an offence which, notwithstanding the relaxation of our penal ...

CROWN COURT, SATURDAY, MARCH 5

... been charged with e felony. Sentence deferred. Y Charles Rhodes and Thomas Lealham were in- Y dicted for a burglary in the house of Thos. Bramall e and cutting and wvounding the said Thomas Bramall, h an offence which, notwithstanding the relaxation of our ...

YORKSHIRE LENT ASSIZES,

... had been charged with felony. Sentence deferred. Charles Rhodes and Thomas Leatham were in- dicted for a burglary in the house of Thos. Bramall and cutting and wounding the said Thomas Bramall, an offence which, notwithstanding the relaxation of our penal ...

STOCKPORT

... Hammond. Simpson not being able to pay the fine, was committed for one month. INTIMIDATION. Thomas Wright, otherwise Flannigan, was charged with intimidating Frances Hardy, a weaver at Messrs. Bradshaw's. The information, wvicb, like the others, was grounded ...

EAST RIDING MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS

... 1o Air. j range hardy, unn, ; and it seas proved tint priaoner lied hod (buea e 'The sheep, at Catetion.o a Soeld of Sir. Barker, nO Elmsnreli, from Ot Sun. tt~e msolrrig of the l7tlo of Aug'unt up tn Itae time salent Mr. ug 0 add Hardy purchased thens ...

YORKSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES

... comnpany there asseibticd said of'Mr. Hardy, that lie was a pittyfogging scounarel, and that hrs biashiess was of that resctiption.' Ills words wsere thbe taken down, Andl re signed ?? paper, in which It was ?? that Mr. Hardy was a scoundrel as an attornsey ...