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POLICE

... MANSION-HOUSE.— John Lucas was charged with having stolen a pad of herrings at Billingsgate. Mr. M'Namara, carrier, of Billingsgate-markot, to whom the property beiongod, said ho sometimes was ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL. Saturday. (Present: Lord Justice Knight Bruce, Lord Justice Turner, the Right Rev. the Bishop of London Right Hon. T. Pbmberton Leigh, Right ...

POINTS

... There no very startling news as yet from the scenes of warfare. In Asia the Russians seem to be steadily advcncing, and the Turkish commander to steadily retreating. It is said that the latter ...

Published: Saturday 02 June 1877
Newspaper: Leeds Times
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 966 | Page: Page 4, 5 | Tags: prison  waterloo veteran 

COURT OF ALDERMEN

... ft/ l/iii W A Court was held on Friday the 12th, for the diepatch of public business. The Lord Mayor took the chair at two o'clock precisely. The Recorder and the following Aldermen ...

THE GREAT CITY FORGZRIES

... THE GR EAT CITY FOR GZRIES. At the Mansion-house, yesterday, Robert Ferdinand Pries —charged with having feloniously forged accountable re- ceipts for goods, namely, 7,313 qrs. of wheat, and uttered t ...

THE CITY COURTS

... COURT OF ALDERMEN. A general Court of Aldermen was held Tuesday morning. The Right Hon. the Lord Mayor presided. Of the Aldermen present, we noticed Sir G.Carroll, Knt. ,Sir James Puk ...