SHERIFF'S COURT, PRESTON

... SHERIFF'S COURT, PRESTON, Before ?? A. Hulton, Esq. T:cusday, April 19h. EDWARDS V. WARTON AND OTI{ERS. - This was a suit of inquiry from the Court of Common Pleas at Lancaster, to assess the damages ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... On Friday, Anni Dawson, a tall, genteel-looking wo. man, wearing a gold chain and eye-glass, was brought before Mr. Jeremy, charged with stealing a purse con. taining 9s., tile pr ...

LAW NOTICES—THIS DAY

... LAW NOTICES-Taiis DAY. VICE.CHANCELLOR'S COURT', LINCOLN'S INN-Sit at ten. Peter,. v Grote, ?? v Bone. further directions. CAUSe.w-AlMek v Bell-Pitt v Ho-ve1-1i1adley v Huglughs-James v CreFwick-Salvi ...

PRESTON, Saturday, July 2, 1836

... 1. - I -01 h io' IrITI, . T 'U PRESTON, Saturdasy, July 2, 1836. '- FRANoE.-Another attempt has been made to -assasainateding Luis Philippe. His Majesty had just erit~ered 'his carriage at the Tuiller ...

MIDSUMMER QUARTER SESSIONS

... miD SUMMER QUARTER SESSIONS, _ ~ ~~ I On Wednesday last, the Court of Quarter Sessions for the Hundred of Amounderness, Blackburn, and Leyland, was held by adjournment, at the Court House, in this tow ...

IPSWICH BOROUGH SESSIONS

... spswiV7C .sourZ O SESSZOZJS. Stua(rday, October 29. Continaeirdfrom last uleek. The Recorder took his seat on the Bench at 10 minutes before 10 o'clock. ASSAULT.-HenryT Holder, 28, IL hooiakerby trade ...

REVISING BARRISTERS' COURT

... REVISING nARRZSTfES' $COT7T. The Revising Barrisners, Mlessrs. Elmsley and Cll,, held their Courts on Wednesday, Thursday, and Fr' (yesterday), at the Town Hall, Ipswieh.l Mr. Ellnstok in the Council ...

POLICE, INTELLIGENCE

... POLICE, INTELLJ GENCE. MARLBiORIOUGH STREET. IMZI AINCIOLV C. ar: 01 StnU( TION,-Among the tlnumrous night charges ?? yesterday belore Mr. Chatmbers, the sittitt inngI trate, Was v, fettilc, of respec ...

CORONERS' INQUESTS

... N;OQFFF= . CiILD ?? -- Cl M~aoera.XDuriing the latf two dysW n {itt- quiry has been going ona-,t the ,Caledeniab, Watet- HaOkney, touchin6 the death of a ewo-bor Infwant, to which.Jane Hale, A seirvai ...

RURAL POLICE

... _ FROM -THE MORNING HBRALD.-I1 these days of volatile, change. and ignorant' impatience of any established and fixed principles of goveirment, schrcely a revolution of the moon passes ...

RURAL POLICE against POOR

... RURAL POLICE against POO )R. TO TPJE EDITOR OF THE CHAMPION AND WEEKLY HERALD.. Sir,-The''very able and excell-e'n't manner in which yout have handled tbis subject, in the previous numbers of the CnAm ...