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YORKSHIRE ASSIZES—July 19

... irregular in sine, therefia'e in weight;, nl No. I is rf a darker et~loir ; and on cutting into it, is !d less lilterspeleell wish light particles, andi ulirlgeliler lbst- d trc poldl.Idill not finld cory of Nol I withottt ,g any gamnboge. As a cheolist, I emr ...

COURTS MARTIAL IN INDIA

... 1835, Captain R. A. hl'Nagh. ten, 61st regiment native infantry, was arraigned on the following charge:- Charge.-'' I charge Clptain Robert Adair ?? Neghten, of the 61st regiment native infantry, with Scandalous coiduct, in having in a note to the address ...

DUBLIN POLICE

... two companies from Birr, march into Clare thia day j the remainiug companies are on march relieve the detachments of the light infantry proceeding to Dublin. The 6th, or Emtiakilling dragoons, now at Cahir, proceed England neat spring, the first cavalry ...

Fit V-f THE J.ONDOy GAZETTE

... o» the9lh dragoons, to be CapUin, paying the d (Terence between the full pay of cavalry and mfantrv, vice Warrington. Id'.h Light Dragoona—Cornet G. J. Walker to be purchase, vice I horold, appointed to the 63d rcgirm —J. Cox lo Cornet, by purchase, vice ...

SHERIFF CRIMINAL COURT

... S.9t~ch regiment, noiv about to join the-army of the F QnOeen of Spain, hbs, been made to resemble-thatof . ?? 7.1st light infantry, which is sO gencriay admir- F ed tihe sebrice; and we conddently trust, that in t adopting the uniforni of so..distinguished ...

COURT MARTIAL ON CAPTAIN WATHEN

... that my look and gesture fierce ungracious, was it not so dark that I couldJ scirccly ?? ? It being light enough to see to read, there wsi-of course light enough to see your Lordship'slootk and gesture. Did. I not tell the officers that-I was authorise ...

SCOTS APPEALS

... I-Perth Adrertiser. The nett proceeds of the amateur play performed n by the officers of the 71st- regiment of Higluaeld !Y light infantry in Dundee theatre on Friday the Stb -curt.. has been paid by these gentlemen to the streasurers of the charitable institutions ...

COURT OF CHANCERY—May 29

... were pressing the appa k B1r liolle ndiitted that this view of the case had struck his clients, but he could nut say in what light it ssn5 re- g.arded by the other side. Tlue Lord Chancellir repeated that tile parties would do well to consider what he had ...

SCOTS APPEALS

... silver snuff-box, bearing the fol- lowing inscription :_ t e ' Preseated to Hospital-Seijeant William Boyd, of thle 71st light infantry, by the merchants and tradesmen r with whom he transacted business while stationed in I ur Edinbutgh, as a mark of respect ...

JURY COURT

... open intimidation has al- r most ceased. Ini consequence of this peaceful state e of matters, the 200 men of the 68th light infantry, 1r who arrived here a few weeks ago, under the conl- d mand of Lo-d Poulett, left on Friday evening by the Canal passage ...

SCOTS APPEALS

... let the newspapers bickcr about is as they please. I is on small mnotcer to have one's win. daows or head briken by a light infantry of this kind, who disappear, after commsitting the injury, as qilickly as the B3e- doaiins of she iesert.: FLasnnEts ...