KING'S COUNTY ASSIZES

... Joseph Henry Wybrants, John Gibbons, Thomas Jessop, and Edward Walsh. When the eleventh juror was sworn the prisoner's chal- lenges were exhausted; one person was put by by the crown. The prisoner was then arraigned for the murder of John Gatchell on the 4th ...

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 ...

JUDICIAL COMMISSION ON THE TIMES'CHARGES

... were prominently Frederick Lucas, Sir Charles Gavan Duffy, and John B. Dillon (father of the present member of Parliament), and in the North Rer Dr M-Knight, of the Banner, and Rev. John Rogers, subsequently Moderator of the General Assembly. But not ...

LATEST POLICE

... after her. Ann Franhlin said she was lately a servant at the same hotel, and Ryan, Grattan, and witness all lived at Mrs Monner's after leaving the Trafalgar. She saw Grattan outting up some linen and calico sheets, and both the prisoners were occupied in ...

Published: Sunday 04 September 1864
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1988 | Page: 15 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

THE FENIAN TRIALS

... Clunningham, John 3eahan, Joseph .Begg, John Holmes, William Campbell, James Crotty, George Delany. The following gentlemen were challenged by the ?? Howard Wisdom (non-residence), John Fry (non-residence), George Dixon (perempto- rily), Richard Giuinuess ...

MANSLAUGHTER IN LEEDS

... William Hargraves, in Grattan-street, on Saturday night last. Eargraves, who, as we have already stated, bad surrendered himself, was before the jury. f Elizaebta Natthewmane, wife of Walter Matthewman, re- f siding in b6, Grattan-strer t, was the first ...

VICEREGAL COURT—ST. PATRICK'S BALL

... -loseph Boyce, JP*; M'Kenna, Parcell, D mbrain, J Htamilton, John T Waller, Richard D Pennefather, Hamilton, Labatt, Morrisom, William tMoore, R T Morrison, Buffs; James Acheson I le, John R Brotighatm, Dixon, Purcell, 13th Light Dragoents; Burke, 13th ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... carriage of the sale, Mr. John Fawcett, 16, Upper Mount-street, Dublin. The sale of the estate of John Talbot, owner; exparte George Fawcett, petitioner, was also adjourned. Solicitor having the carriage of the sale-Mr. John Fawoeet. COUNTIES OF ArMoAGHI ...

LAW COURTS—YESTERDAY

... brought o up inustody of Police-Constable. 147 B. c harged P by a Corporation watchman named Grattan with the following singular assault. From the evidence of Grattan it appeared that he was on watch at some Corporation works which are at present going on ...

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, WESTMINSTER, JUNE 12

... Ihe dehart part o'f tile coast of the:river St: La vrence, four of' his crew, viz. 'Ihmnas Collings, John Patter- i son, Robert Stephelisuin, and John Wrindsor. The charge was proved by the testh~ony of Coiling; iPatterion, and Steplirnuon, R and the defendant ...

THE METHUEN SETTLEMENT CASE

... consultation, was returned. The.eetan'8 Journal states that in accordance ) with the will of Lady Laura Grattan, the library of her I famous ancestor, Henry Grattan, will be sold un a few I weeks. 5 The Christmas Term of the Royal College of M Music opened on ...