CIVIL TRIBUNAL OF THE SEINE.SOCIALIST EDUCATION

... CIVIL TRIBUNAL OF THESEIVE.- SOCIALIST BDUCATION. (PROM esALIGNaANt'S UEtRSENGFtt.1 An inltereatiug case was opened before the Tribunital Civil of hdfl Sine on t -l Jtttl., and decided oil tle, fith in't. Tue MlitffwrA. Phiquepal d'Arusismsnt, the husibain ...

THE CIVIL BILL COURTS (IRELAND) BILL

... the Lord Chancellor to transfer to his court suits in the Civil Bill Courts, the jurisdiction for which is ex- tended by this act, and to transfer others, as he r mav deem advisable. r The Civil Bill Courts in which proceedings un-v der the authority of ...

CIVIL BILL SUITORS AND SOLICITORS

... future a happiness. e The instrumental music discussion is not con- D)i fned to the home churches. The United Presby- i terian Church in the United States is made up of . two bodies of Covenanters. For some time in- 3 strumental music during public worship ...

NORTHUMBERLAND CIVIL COURT

... XORT'IIUBBERLNIND CIVIL COURT. |LANSON v. FOrtEsr.R. Verdict for plaintiff' 100 suI Ict to reftercice. ! ~~~S.ATIURDAY\, IYLitcu G. STEWART U. WrILSONS AND 1OBINeSON. This was an action for the recoverv of a suns of money, in lieu of various articles ...

OPENING OF THE NEW CIVIL COURTS

... OPENING -OF THE NEW CIVIL . .: iCOURTS. INTERl STING CEREMONY. On Saturdky ihe Right Hon the Lord Mayor, who'wor'e his chain of office, opened the new Civil Bill Cdurt at Green street, in presence of thi6 Recorder and the practi- tioners and suitors at ...

THE CONTINENTAL OR CIVIL LAW OF LANDLORD AND TENANT

... ttii5 wlhere improvemeuts in and on the soil 3l~dIed by owner, it Was from five to ten years; , oaled in civil lav emphyte uses, where e letting~unit, perpetuity. In fertile letting, or yr~ised n*,, 3 e ~ where imeprovements in the soil >itnted b) owner ...

CIVIL SERVICE CO-OPERATIVE STORES

... eimpl? p using the name of Cavil servants1 ?r poling as, maiOOgOrs.Or dercetoes o? these o.eoooiatione. ? 0' RieJIlO of lii. Civil ?? them an falr?pr0etlge.? ?? Mr. Forsyth-Yoe.tslk of pasotigo. 'People might eobe thoip at Out because of the name; but do ...

LORD EMLY ON THE REFORM OF THE IRISH CIVIL BILL COURTS

... THE 1REFORM OF THE IRISH CIVIL BILL COURTS. I . I a _I , , TO TunR EmiTOR OP TrE rSnmcAv. O Dublin, 27th December, 1878, 0 Sin-There can be no doubt of the importance of bhe subject-ithe defective jurisdiction of the s Irish Civil Bill Courts-which Lord ...

CIVIL LIST PENSIONS

... -SlrocE1AN DEATH 0OF A CIVIL E ?? Tuesday Dr.. Hardwicke; deputy-oroner for Central Middlesex, held-- an: inquest at the Mlitie Tavern, U'ppee-street, Islington, on ;the body of ,r. John, Thomas Kershaw, aged thirty-s5X, if, civil -enginder,- at St. Paul's-road ...

NEWTOWNARDS CIVIL BILL SESSIONS

... I NEWT)WARDS CIVIL BILL SESSfONS. YrSTrtDAY the ?? of these sessions was re- sumned before Thomas Lefroy, Esq., Q.C., County Court Judge. Messrs. Gcorge L. MacLmine, Clerk of the Crown and Peacs; Thomas Graeey, his principal assistant; and John M'Einstry ...

OPENING OF THE LISBURN CIVIL BILL COURT

... and after the holding of the next October Sessions of the Peace for the said County of Antrim, a Civil Bill Court for the ?? and determining ?? by civil bill only shall be held four times in each year in the said town of Lisrburn, for the said division ...