OLD BAILEY.—SATURDAY

... corroborated by that of two servants.-Guilty-Death, but recommended to mercy. SHEEP-STEALING. JOHN PADDIFOOT, a man between sixty and ?? years of age, and EDWARD GRATTAN, aged 26, were in- dicted for stealing a sheep, the property of Elizabeth Lewis. Thomas ...

OLD BAILEY SESSIONS

... O'HARA, aged 28, chair- maker, was capitally indicted for maliciously stabbing John Trapp with intent to kill or murder him, or to do him some grievous bodily harm. John Trapp examined: I am a printer, and know the prisoner; he is a chair-maker, and ...

POLICE

... was lying nearly naked' on the floor. Tlhey immediately pursued the *,Wretched maniac, who' bad broken 'his arm in the fall, but hadinow armed himself with a scythe, and was run- ning about the road with no other clothing than h's shirt. As soon as he ...

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 ...

YORKSHIRE LENT ASSIZES

... Rocindell, of Gledstone, Esq. Ily- %WIn. Litecr Fenton Sicot, of wousthati, Esq. of John Ntctiotas CoulthUTat, Of Gargrave, Est. kg Edward Taylor, of Eassilsrie, Esq. Henry John RMondein, of Llnton Spring, Esq. Its Hollery P'reston, of Hoorby, Esq. r sec iNV ...

POLICE

... ance withthe late Ed. mund liean; by T. C. Grattan, IEqq.-The Factory; i Poem by the Hon. Mrs. Norton,-Dlck D,,Ieful ; a Sketch from Nature, by the Author of Paul Pry.--The Divorcde Dreote; a Tale, by John Basikn, Esq-Seasouable Ditties ; by Thomas ...

THE EXCISE

... witnesses connected with the Tea Trade were, Mr. Richar Twining, Mr. James Coutins, Mr.Edmund Edward Antrobus, MI William Fry, Mr. John Miller l(of the firm of Garrat and Co,) Mr. Wililam Brocksopp, Mr. Edward Edwards, Mr. William Ship ity (of the firm of Catheral ...

POLICE

... In the cront, hem- med round by pitkpockets. The plisorer stood ncxt to the pro- secutor, and, when the crowd woved, put one arm round the prosecutor's walist, and with the other pulled the w-tch out of the prosecutor's fob. WItness distinctly fass the ...

POLICE

... POLICE. B3ow-STREET,.A COUNTRYMAN IN LONDON.- JOHN FERGUSON, a young man of respectable appearance, was yesterday brought up, charged with having burst open the door of James Nettle, living at No. 4, Brown's-buildings, Clare-market, and with assaulting ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... release set aside, and having cer- tain accounts opened. The facts of the case were briefly as follows:-A person of the name of John Phepps Geary had carried on in the neighbourhood of Salisbury the busi- ness of a nursery gardener and seedsmen, and in the ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... Wacott, a painter, was finally examined yesterday before Mr. Alderman Kelly, charged with stealing £4 from James Langdon,of Cardigan. 'Ihe complainant had just arrived fram St. Helena en his way to Wales, and in his eagerness to see something from his native ...

COURT COMMON PLEAS

... driving Col. Arm. strong's carriage occasionally to Lord Mielbourne's and leaving Sirs. N. there for an hour or so, while iliss Arm- strong remained in the carriage-taking a drive in the in- terim. In cross examination lie admitted that Sliss Arm- strong must ...