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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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

[ill] BY JURY—1794

... place at Radley's ho' notel 1,beidgE-3troot. Blairkfriars, inS evtebrit40o Of antotl.&'i annfiversary of the acquittal of Thomas HArdY, St John Horne Toiks, and John Thl-11~h, ill 1794. aud lin in comlineinoration of the institution of the 1 Trialt by su~ ...

Central Criminal Court

... and Taylor to twelve 'months' impri- t! a onment with hard labour. R oasula FiROM A DWELLiNG-ROUSE. - Edward P sm ith and Thomas Hardy were convicted ot break- inginandentering into the dwelling-house of Mary i llIgins, and stealing a quantity of wearing ...

YORKSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES

... URoL, Q.C., and Mr. BARYER for the Dsfendants.-Mr. WADDY, in opening the case, said that about 1864. the plaintiff, Mr. Thomas Hardy, became tenant of the farm of Houghton Park,iu Nottinghamshire, the property of the Duke of Newcastle. It was one of the ...

MARRIAGE OF THE HON, THOMAS DUNDAS

... MARRIAGE OF THE HON, THOMAS DUNDAS. Yesterday at St. Paul's, Kni^htubrvV* 1 , with full choral service, the took place Hon. Lhixidas, youngest briber the Earl Zetland (Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland i, o*f Mailt Richmond, and K*-l*> House, Stirlingshire, ...

YORKSHIRE LENT ASSIZES,

... had been charged with felony. Sentence deferred. Charles Rhodes and Thomas Leatham were in- dioted for a burglary in the house of Thos. Bramall ard cutting and wounding the said Thomas Bramall, an offence which, notwithstanding the relaxation of our penal ...

THE NOTTINGHAMSHIRE MURDER

... time as Mrs. Hardy and Sane Hewitt, and ig went home. When ho got half-way up the lane he, heard ?, th girld and. Mrs.. Hardy calln u hey ha goho on first. Ho heard thi j when~about thirty yards from. the house. The girl told him Mr., Hardy wasI W murdered ...

CROWN COURT, SATURDAY, MARCH 5

... been charged with e felony. Sentence deferred. Y Charles Rhodes and Thomas Lealham were in- Y dicted for a burglary in the house of Thos. Bramall e and cutting and wvounding the said Thomas Bramall, h an offence which, notwithstanding the relaxation of our ...