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[ill] BY JURY—1794

... Ile concluded with proposing 11the 9' immortal memory of Thomas Hardy, .Tnhn Horns 101 Toolee, John Theiwall, J. A Bonny, Stewart Kyd., of Richard Hodgson, Thomas Holcroft, Jeremiah Joyce, (ml Thomas Witrdell, Matthew Dloore, John Baxter, o and John Richter ...

TRIAL BY JURY

... dined together at ealley's Hrot-l, Brdige-street, Blackfriira, to celebrate the 49th anniversary of the ac- quittal of Thomas Hardy, John Horne ToOke, and Thos. Thelwall, from the charge of high treason. W. J. FOX, Esq. in the chair. About 150 gentlemen ...

TRIAL BY JURY—1794

... se.) He concluded with proposing the | imomotal memory of Thomas Hardy, John Horne l Tooke, John Thelwall, J. A Bonny, Stewart Kyd, Richard Hodgeon, Thomas Holcroft, Jeromiah Joyce, Thomas WardelI, Matthew Moose, John Baxter, and John Richter. It was ...

HULL POLICE COURT

... cask of oil, the property of Messrs. Green, Smith, and Lambert, were committed to the sessions. DISORDERLY ALEnousE. - Thomas Hardy was charged by P.C. Bray (19) with keeping a disorderly house in Garden-street; Mr Codd defended. The policeman said that ...

HULL POLICE COURT

... and he t could scarcely walk owvlig to an injury to his left 1 .. .sEach prisoner commnittedl to prison for seven dayo. n Thomas Hardy wvas charged with begging in Blrnisioen a street on Saturday evening.-P.C. Atkinsonl (212 raid when he apprehended tple ...

HULL POLICE COURT

... John and Mary, were charged with stealing a wooden potatoe scoop and a quantity of sugar from a warehouse, the property of Thomas Hardy, Sand South-end wharf, on the 2nd October. The scoop and sugar were seen safe while the keel -was in the harbour, and-when ...

Published: Friday 09 November 1883
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2044 | Page: 5 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

HULL POLICE COURT

... on remand with stealing a wooden potatoe scoop, a quantity of sugar, and about 20 stones of potatoes, the property of Mr Thomas Hardy, wharfinger, Sand South- I end, on the 31st ult. The Chief Constable prosecuted, and Mr A. M. Jackson defended the prisoners ...

Published: Friday 16 November 1883
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2956 | Page: 8 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... AceadField, In ?? n Eeleston, half backs : I ~ ~ ~ ~~Poe HscBSt, Snmith, Hawkriiige, 20le keon n ith owrs C- in Major-General Thomas Hardy Chamberlain, late, to of the Bengal Staff Corps, und formerly of the 3rd Bengial tb European Regiment die ?? Grove, Islewvorthi ...

HULL POLICE COURT

... HULL POLICE COURT. 'eci, ,Pt TUESDAY. 3is ALLEGED Ronnvrt FROM THE DomC SEEDS.--An Lse old man, named Thomas Hardy, was charged with is- the following robbery --P, C. Livey, 104, stated that iY. about a quarter to seven o'clock on the previous rmevening ...

HULL POLICE COURT

... imprisoned for twenty onle d rlys f, abscoldidhg from the service of his master tar a: a-,tay last. Si Earalx.S FeUIar. -Thomas Hardy. Stephen Richard- s-laierL Edwin Sykes, three boys, asere charged with Stta.lialr lr curall epualltity of ber-licc fram ...

HULL POLICE COURT

... the instances ofMr. G.EB. Newten, th ihippingngent, fr having, on the 26th inst.,' per. li unaded ceirtain seamen, named Thomas Hardy, seel William WIa'ker, and James Edwards to desert from th, British ship, called the Brin Aver. William Tamn, sa' hle, ...

Published: Friday 05 September 1873
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3352 | Page: 6 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

Central Criminal Court

... years, and Taylor to twelve months' impri- t sonment with hard labour. RoBnEny FROM A DWELLIING-RoUsE.-Edward I Smith and Thomas Hardy were convicted of ;break- ing and entering into the dwelling-house of Mary Higgins, and stealing a quantity of wearing ...