POLICE REPORTS

... to-morrow. We have to correat a mis-fltemen:, copied fr(m another Morning Paper, whicil ampeared a few dav: ago refpeding the Speak!er's fervie of jilate. It wias faid inshbe paragraph aliudcd to, Piat ,osol. Vwas the furn a~lowed upon this occa ion. ahis ...

NAVAL COURT MARTIAL

... the ship ; this was tallied of in their bl, ?? six of theirmessniates. Fitzgerald tol# 'she hid no occasion to be afraid to speak. On 1.diy evening Taylor wrote a letter under the ant, Is uhieh Cross, Cooke, Loekyer, Ward, Jones, rld, Collins, Cbestutmna; ...

MURDER

... the leaji hint of their nature. !p. 'Bitnllos A&uthor, in a late Publication, has made il15 reemark on the National Debt: Speaking of ear t f 79(; wen it amounted to 360,100,0001, quei, Laid li, (to pay it off), 47,265 pounds T101. L-ah NoteLi, having ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... he migit eb,00imn elF hopyptlty of ajo lsgi{tQ~ ?? ~it= o~ciiWanutlittsS of the nar`at&a, .'Wijt ib t he.- falien-intvihi speaking of him, I fotik dfie trouble o' calling at the bidstor s for -is ?? ?? wainotfir- tunate enoug -tQ-btain- t brek,, efore6 ...

HIGH TREASON.—SESSIONS-HOUSE, BOROUGH

... refreshments. A deep) conversatin was e;ti ted into, but the strangers were 'lot allowed to over- hicar it, though they can speak to the traitors beig as. tmi- bled in consuL ation logcthcr It was agreed that next nighit a granid ?? shaild take'place at ...

DOMESTIC

... that sanguinary monster? When Marat deanaded 5,o0oco heads in the convention, must We have contemplated that request without speak- ing of it in the terms it provoked ? Whntr Canrrer placed eoo children in a square at Lyons to fall by the musquetry of the ...

Sittings at Westminster, February 17

... his situa- tion would ever be guilty of; that witnesses did not ?? there to. answer for the ?? of their past lives, but to speak to the iss~ue in question; that he vas bound to tell the jury, that the refusal of the witncss to ansiver tlhat question, threw ...

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... ra nefs went to the door a minute or two afterwards, and 0' heard a voice excltim), 1 lamn you, who or what are thi ryou ? Speak, clfe I'll fhout you. And immediately t0t the report. ofagun 'was heard. The witnefs cried out 11Thomas, Mleaning hier brother ...

TENTH REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF NAVAL INQUIRY

... ELerLxs.- 'Lord MekiilkwAs re-appointed -on the 5th of January i784,. and continned ii Office until the Ist of June 1 800. In speaking of this Treastirership, it will be neces- sary to divide it into two,-parts, as, from the ist of January 1786, the business ...

LORD MELVILLE'S CRIMINALITY

... trated by Mr, Hatsel, vol. 3. p. 179, that we shall quote his words, as rendering wholly superfluous any reason- ing of ours. Speaking of appropriating the supplies to specific ser- vices,' he says, 4 This idea (appropriation), however, which was conceived ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... he held in. his hand, anid widi wicj it was uunecessary to take up the time of the Court, as he matde no doubt they wvould speak for themselves, and meet with the approbation of everv individual member of the Court.-A i'ter they' vere read by the' Commnon ...

HIGH COURT OF ADMIRALTY

... tectly understanids l-is busineu-; I;i 110 noubietion to . ?? or coi,,nt~ry,, Or togo abro~ad; hins been in that caa eiv an speak cliii cmit ma: I lages, and can be well recornm e ab - the Mlenialt lI last sc ivLd.-A line addrcssmedto J. P..at.Xvt% Croveb ...