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LONDON POLICE

... ILlO1.D@ON POLICE. MANSION - HOUSE. - SMUGGLING. - On . Monday, Heathcote, a porter in the employment of, the Commercial Steam-Packet Company, was charged with having had a quantity of smuggled brandy ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... -.Imam ? I -j, L 1, 14,4 - . 1. . I I ?? ?? - - - - . . - . -1 ?? i,. X-ril Chan- I Wednesday being the filst flay of Term, the LOru rellor, as is usual on such uccasions, met the JI1l1d0s aml all ot ...

KENSINGTON PETTY SESSIONS

... THE NEW POOR-LAW.-Several poor persons residing within the parish of Kensington were summoned before Air, Barlow, the sitting magistrate, under the new poor-law, to show cau ...

TRIUMPH OF TRIAL BY JURY

... IiriUMPi or as *URBV. On Monday evening a numerous party of Radical reformers dined together at. Radley's-hotel, Bridge-street, Blacekfiars, for the purpose of celebrating the forty-fourth anniversary ...

POLICE

... ared IaEJE ' MAN8ION-H0U83 TES RELILE OF THE Poon.-Mr'. Pewtress, a gentleman if the corporation of London, waited upon the l~ord Mayor for he purpose of stating that at a meeting of the committee of ...

Published: Sunday 25 November 1838
Newspaper: The Champion
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 9315 | Page: Page 6, 7 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

CRIMES AND CASUALTIES

... CRIMES AND CASUALTVS. CAUTIOX TO iAlSInlOODI EATERS.-A melancholy case has lately happeacd at 'fhreeways, parish of St. Brecock, which has been tt?ted wvith tht:l consequences to 11pee per- s(ls. Oi t ...

OXFORD ASSIZES—READING, FEB. 25

... OXFORD ASSIZGtS-RElADING, FEB. 25. The assizes fur Berk'hireo commenced here yestelsay; Mr. Justice Patteson pre iding in the Court of Nisi Prius, and Mr. Baron Gurney ill the Criminal Court. Of ll ca ...

CRIMES AND CASUALTIES

... CRIZZOS AW CASUiALTZEE. MELANCHOLY SU1r1DR.-On Wednesday last a most dis. Iressing occurrence took place at Hoom, in this parish. Mrs. Smith, wife of Mr. Smith, farmer, in the above place, after putti ...

MATTERS in the CITY

... IA T MOVERS `n i re CI:TY. .i:':Fof TnEs Ties, Vgn..8.-'the feeling ofthe City on the1 subject' of the -'iboposed. ltnquiry into Joixi -sto'ck Banking ma9 be very brie y, stated. Tkey would intnlt'ely ...

SATURDAY'S POLICE

... 8MATUilDpAY'S POLICE. IATTON-GARDEWN. FWIGHT, PURSUiT, AND Discovray OF TUE RETREAT OF A BANKsnUT.-Yesterday Mr. Turner, of the firm of Turner wnd Housman, solicitors, of Basing-lane, Cheapside, with ...

ST. ALBAN'S POLICE OFFICE

... SIAtAINS BartAh!-On' Monday, Januw FdrreU, n- e* Philli and l0tmas fXiied0, wei e brio~ght before t'AN CJ 3 tI'GSTON, Esq,2 on a charge of stealing from the Shop of SAr. Wal ...