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TRIAL OF THE EARL OF CARDIGAN

... standing room below the bar, amongst whom were observed Lord Morpeth and others. Lady Cardigan took her seat in an unobtrusive part of the lower gallery, and Lord Cardigan reniained in an ante-room until summoned. The Lords Spiritual and Temporal, the Judges ...

FEARFUL SCENE AT CARDIGAN GAOL

... WMA1RMUL SCENE AT CARDIGAN AO^L. One morning last week the officials of Oardigan Gaol had a frightful encounter with two desperate burglars, named John Stuart and Henry Williams, awaiting their trials at the assize. About six o'clock in the morning, as ...

LORD CARDIGAN AND THE BALAKLAVA CHARGE

... side-de-cam to Lord Cardigan, rode up to me, and said, 'M y lerd, ce you tell me where is Lord Cardigan P I replied tha Lord Cardigan had passed me scms time. Cptai Lockwood then rode away, and was, I believe, killed Lord Cardigan did not ride up to, ...

IRELAND

... and documents. Mr. John O'Connell, also habited li wig and gown, sat beside Mr. Sheil, in front of the other traversers, and facigl tise jury. Amongst the occupants of the large gallery were the Lion of tite fold of Judah, alias John (Roman Catholic) ...

TURNING THE TABLES

... Thursday John Grattane, of lIt, New- inn-yard, Shoreditch, was charged on re- mand at Guildhall with forging his unole's name to various hills of exchange. The evidence previously given was read over, and the mei facts were that William Grattan, the uncle ...

THE POLICE COURTS

... b. Ann Frteikin said she was lately a setvavnt at the same a hotel, and Ryan. Grattan. and witness all lived at Mrs. Honner's after leaving the Trafalgar. She vw Grattan b CCttin~g Up some1 linen and calico sheets, and both the pri- 01 soners were moopied ...

TRIAL OF MR. BANDMANN

... hleyed.I did not exhibit my arm to the ladtes and gentlemen of the theatre on the TueRday. The case was heard at the police- cu~irt on; the Saturday. I showed my arm to the magistrate. Mr. Rouse and Mr. Cantoy examined my arm there. Mr. Rouse a hdi there ...

ACTOR AND DRAMATIC AUTHOR

... his Honour Judge Storior heard the case of Grattan v. Sparling, which was brought for the purpose of recovering 35 damages for breach of contract and for work performed. Plaintiff, Mr Henry Plunkett Grattan, a dramatic author, was represented by Mr Robinson ...

Published: Saturday 10 August 1889
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1379 | Page: 9 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

LAW INTELLIGENCE—TUESDAY

... desired Lord Cardigan to call for. What was thle statement made ,of the reason way Lord Cardigan should come, and what was the statement made by W~inter ? That in the course of the Conversation lie heard Lildy William Pavet ask Lord Cardigan to procuro ...

COURTS OF LAW

... think of. Lord Cardigan said, Oh, that is very wrong oflhim. Then heard a whispering, and heard him again kiss Lady William, wish her good bye, aidJ leave the room. Lord Cardigan was there altogether abbutt wo hours. As soon as Lord Cardigan had left and ...

Published: Saturday 02 March 1844
Newspaper: The Examiner
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 6918 | Page: 9, 10, 11 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

HIGH COURT OF PARLIAMENT

... quarter to eleven, o'clock Lord Denmnan entered the house as Lord Hsgh Steward, preceded by the Sergeant-at-Arms with the mace, Garter K'ing-at-Arms hearing his sceptre, and the Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod carrying the Lord' High Stew~ard's Staff. Hils ...

Published: Sunday 21 February 1841
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 8200 | Page: 12 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... 'W. N. Grattan, the prisoner said, ' That is my handwriting. William Grattan said he wae a retired boot and shoe dealer, living at Tiverton, and the prisoner was his nephew. He did not know anything of the bill produced. It was in John Grattan's handwriting ...