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COURT OF KING'S BENCH.—(SECOND DAY.)

... to your country, -or else the most arrant cowardice, or, if you please, treachery, cowarduice, and artifice united. Ho.M have -you avoided a civil waf ? By suffering the sanguinary Papist to issue forth from his deni, and murder his Protestant fellow-subject ...

THE CONSPIRACY PROSECUTIONS

... O'Brien with United Ireland, but now the Crown had an affidavit toads by Mr. O'Brien on the 10th of Ally latt. Tbie affidavit WAR Made j]n the libel action taken bv Mr. O'Brien against Mr Hastings, and stated he (Mr. O'Brien) *Vs editor of United Irelanda ...

LONDONDERRY RIOTS INQUIRY COMMISSION (1869)

... oc- curring in a civil war. Were such a course taken in England, he said, it would not have been civi ?? from the days of William the Conqueror. Tie country would have been broken into factions, and never would have become an united nationality as it ...

THE FENIANS

... earcly an ex- ception, are members of the organisation; and if is no secret that many United State-s senotors aed Government ofilcials are its avowed friends. In the United Slates (here is little room for doublitg l t. the Fenian Brctberhood has attained ...

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... Sbipbuilders, United Association ot Brassfounders, Amalgamated Carpenters and Joiners, Associated Carpenters and Joiners, General Union Carpenters and Joiners, -tiociated Ironmoulders, United Machine Workers, .i -anal Painters and Decorators. United Patternmna ...

LEGAL NEWS

... nuighlbourhood of the Assize town of Waterford. hr. PU RCELL, Q. C., resisted the application, and submitted that C.ionuiel was unite as convenient as i 'Waterford, and], on behalf of the plaintiff, offered to pay any additional expenses that might be in. curredl ...

SUMMER ASSIZES, 1859

... blement that he is not.any set- Serjeant O'HAGANI-This is tried on the civil side )f the court, though in the shape of an indictment. rhe question, as eferybody knows, is about a civil ighit. His LoRDsnmP-I would not like to make a prece- lent of this kind; ...

BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS

... judgment. This concluded the criminal business of thq sessions. CIVIL BUSINESS. The Court then proceeded to hear defended' civil bill processes from the Carrickfergusdistrict. Undefended civil bill cases will not be taken upN by his Worship until Thursday ...

LAW IN 1899

... only four Lords of Appeal in Ordinary who have to serve both in the Lords and in Downina Street. The Supreme Court of the United States consists of nine judges. Our two final courts have between them only five paid judges-the provision of others bhing ...

LAW

... the defendant. 'Tlen, further duswn in tire sirme letter, she says, 1It is just possible- that Aicide mray throw upt his civil and takce a nmili- tary position; in~ that case I may weant to go with hrin. I hlad soire thoughts of devoting, myself to t ...

LEGAL NEWS

... _Va1u in a 1- u-i voice)-I protest agaiust m-: ?? an.- ?? aS ploitical. I ap- pel Uoro:l your ?? to thle ?? end navy of the Un.ited Si.tes. i (Cicers.) Although I go ha.' a . jaii1 I vii yet have power to remove yoa froiti t.;. l'zn'h, Sir. -Mr. T..:o th ...