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Trial of the EARL of CARDIGAN by his Peers

... one frome Trite Earl rlf Cardigan in ra letd, firm, and clear voice, kneel (low, replied, Not Guilty,1 tweenrithne sh he Clerk lthertupeir. said, itlhone till yocir Lord. minute cla hip be trieid? ness was a! Lord Cardigan- By ury teers. themn, butt4 ...

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.—TUESDAY

... think of. Lord Cardigan said, 1 Ohl, that is very wron- of him. Then heatrd a whispering, and hoardl him again kiss ?iady nim, 'wish her, good bye, and leave the room. Lord Cardigan was there alogther about two hours. As soon as Lord Cardigan had left.an-dL ...

LAW AND POLICE

... generous an liberal than was manifested on this occasion. ?? .s I Lord Cardigan-did all. ?? done o that oecasion-.so. Ioiig. as -all ionsi his' 1 personal character is 'withdrawn-'Lord Cardigan iw~ist, .like every one else who takes a part ipubic afirs,! civil ...

OXFORDSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES

... Richard and John Parsonsand Mi-. Sheen. Mr. Richard Parsons lived at Little Wittenlia, and had landonthe Oxfordshire side. Mr. John l Parsons lived opposite his brother, and had land also on the , Oxfordshire side. During the time that Mr. John Sheen . lived ...

OXFORD CITY POLICY COURT, TUESDAY

... Ellis, stone mason, 9, Jericho-street, and John Colley, of no home (the latter being an often convicted character), were charged with stealing six fowls, value 18s., from the yard of the Port- laud Arms, Cardigan-street, on Saturday, the property of Edwin ...

OXFORD CITY POLICE COURT, TUESDAY

... BAR. James Silvestor, paper hanger, 48, Observatory-street, was charged with stealing from the bar of the Baker's Arms beer-house, Cardigan-street, on Saturday evening, one shilling in silver and is. 1Od. in bronze, the monies of Frederick Comnnacher.-Mr ...

INQUESY BY W. W. ROBINSON, ESQ., COUNTY CORONER

... B3Y W. IV. ROBINSON, ESQ., COUNTY CORONER. I . . I I . .. . - . I _ On Saturday ovoleinLig, at the King's Arms, Summer- town, on the body of John Higginson, of No. 25, Canal- stroet, Jericho, shoemaker, aged U3, who was missoll from his home oil Thursday ...

OXFORD CITY POLICE COURT, TUESDAY

... or (Mr. A. Wheeler), AId. Spiers, and Justices W. Ward, G. Ward, and Brain. BsGGeoNo.-Thcs. Nichols, labourer, Plasterer's Arms, St. Thomas's, was charged with begging on the Danbury- road on Sunda ?? pleaded guilty, and P.C. Skeneher said the prisoner ...

IRELAND

... The Governor of the gaol put his arm~ on M!r. O'Brien's shoulder, and was about renlosing him, when Dr. Gray, Mr. Potter (his eohicitori), and Mr. O'Flara pressed to tlhe side of the dockz, and with Out-stretched arms sought his hand.- He turned round ...

OXFORD CITY POLICE COURT—TUESDAY

... 6d. from the pocket of Ann Carter, of 14, Cardigan-street on the 29th of June. Mrs. Carter said that she also went to the sale at Jericho House, and saw the prisoner standing by her side with a coat on his arm. He spoke to her, and within ten minutes she ...

OXFORD CITY POLICE COURT—TUESDAY

... should be brought before them again on a similar charge, he would be com- mitted without the option of a fine. ALLEGED RoeBERY.-John French, labourer, Summer- town, was charged ith stealing from inside the shop doorway of '53, George-street, a tweed coat and ...

RESUMED INQUEST ON THE BODY OF MISS CASHIN

... Netherlands. Bly ?? Colley Grattan. Complete in otis volutme': al Nethertlans in mthe Sixteetth Censtury.-Painting, whirls had s languished isefore the fifteenth century, sprung at once, into a eunew existence from the invention of John Van Eyck, known Ibetter ...