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THE TICHBORNE CASE

... year he lad frequent conversa- tions with me about a resettlement of the estates on his coming of age. Mr. Hopkins acted as solicitor to Mr. James Tichborne and Roger in regard to the resettlement; Mr. Slaughiter acted for Sir Edward Doughty: I should ...

THE ARDLAMONT MYSTERY

... was t *-et £300. a year. After describing howv first Tc.t-nhsrn, and then Mlonson, had failed in their efforts ti e-ect a resettlement of his affairs, witness said he iegan to have reason ts distrust onson, who he con- Filii r d was acting in his own interests ...

THE TICHBORNE TRIAL

... THJ' TI CH RE' 'TRIAL- Lor. ?? oste.c Rorifl iand ?? procelede ;-ith thib remarkable case again yesterday I- Uni~t *hW1* Afib'A=@ .swlwZat T nery wss very well how1 ud; wh1 wan writtsn itwas aSr I' eg ii 3ohbirhi' ?? h4 ihl hn tbe Sece thing writtn in ...

NEWS OF THE DAY

... Spanish Government has withdrawn its military mission from the Court of the Sultan of 3 Morocco. ti It is stated that the United States Navy Depart, so ment is arranging for an immediate competitive s( test of the Hotchkiss and Spensal rapid-fire six- ...

THE JUDGES AND THEIR CIRCUITS

... summer, which began about the middle of February and June respectively, both civil and criminal business was taken: while at the third, which was held at the end of October, civil causes were only taken at Manchester and Liverpool. At the two above-uamed ...

MISCELLANEOUS

... writers be attached henceforth to any establishment of her Majesty's Civil :Sorviee except in conformity with the annexed regala- tions, or with such further regulations as the said Civil Service Commissioners may, with the concurrence of the Lords Commissioners ...

NEWS OF THE DAY

... MAJESTY'S Government will begin ri negotiations with the United States and with n European Governments with a view to concluding bh with these countries treaties similar to that just made by the United States and Switzerland. Pi The full text of the opinion ...

THE INSURRECTION IN JAMAICA

... without resident proprietor manager to reap the abundant crops now ready for the harvest. Through the hearty co-operation of the civil, military, and naval authorities, and through the promptness and untiring zeal and energy of all—but, above all, tliiough God's ...

THE FENIAN DISCOVERY IN BIRMINGHAM

... shlah, wvitbisi the United Ta Kingdom Or without, comass imagne, iiivont, devi1se b or inteiid to deprive o deso her schost gracious byl -~Majesty the Queen frm u style, Ai6nosir, or df. royaliname of the imperial crown of tile United: King- - ~ oor to ...

THE AGITATION IN IRELAND

... treops home. aRev. M~r. Bowvan : Or soasewlsere else, perhaps. Colonel Parsons: I ena assurecyou, gentlemen, I never met such a civil or peaceable people in all my life. :ev, dir. Rowsau Or a misre down- trodden one, 'lihe consultationi then concluded. . l ...

HEREFORDSHIRE WINTER ASSIZES

... that the cessation of civil assizes would be prejudicial to the inhabitants of the count, and that it would be desirable that the ancient practice of sending two eoinmissionere of assize to every county town to sit coucaritntly in civil and criminal cases ...