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IBW OF THE PROPOSED REFORM OF THE ENGLISH COURTS OF EQUITY.

IBW OF THE PROPOSED REFORM OF THE ENGLISH COURTS OF EQUITY.

THE PROPOSED REFORM OF THE ENGLISH COURTS OF EQUITY. (From Mr. Butler's voL IL, page 263.) the preceding vokimc the Heminucencea, raUcellanetmt article is dedicated 10 the consideration of several important points in the juriapnideace of our own and some foreign aountrlet. The in
January 1, 1830 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
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Despatches fhr the Earl Aberdeen from Mr. Dawkins,the Consul-General in Greece, brought to the Foreign.(mice yesterday, forwarded by route of Ancona, by » messenger sent from that port with despatches from Sir Frederick Adam, the Lord llifh Coannissianer of the lonian Islands, f
January 1, 1830 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
PRIVATE CORRESPOSHKNCE

PRIVATE CORRESPOSHKNCE

PARIS, Dec. 27. Judicial everts of groat importance have occurred, which have plunged our Cabinet into a serious disappointment : the first is the acquittal the our Royal of the Courrirr I'ranfui*, charged with offences against religion, and comleronvd the Correctional Police fo
January 1, 1830 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

LiMFBtCK Ftrcnox.—The Speaker’s warrant has srrireu, and the election will take place in a few days. Mr. J. H.iwson, late member fur the borouirh of Clonmel, has vacated his seat, and will certainly stand f«*r the representation oi Limerick. is supported Ixtrd Kington and severa
January 1, 1830 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDiTOH OF THE EVENING MAIL.

TO THE EDiTOH OF THE EVENING MAIL.

Sir, have read this morning the Evening Mail of yesterday, the following paragraph, extracted from an article in dio Bengal Chronicle of the lat of August, upon the subject of the late forgeries at Calcutta : hear that* noble individual, not now in India, who, from his high offi
January 1, 1830 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 

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ten of practice and admioiotration, and that no variance whatever in the principle of the Scottish poor laws has been by him contemplated. The poor of most parishes in Scotland hail, it would appear, been very extensively, if not in some parishes wholly, relieved by spontaneous
January 1, 1830 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
n were nhut, of courae you could «ee nothimr. The bet u, friend and 1 h*»c come here carry off

n were nhut, of courae you could «ee nothimr. The bet u, friend and 1 h*»c come here carry off

a lady some money for you, and walk another way until have her away.” The pattol that was proof a/a'nu the temptation, and rejected the bribe. He added, that he saw no mure of them afterward* until they were custody. Another patrol slated, that on Friday laat he saw the (remit,
January 1, 1830 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
9,418. suw.k'HM. •itli mate Domestic cuoi Mum Just published, kxplanatk and »He Church of Cagted i wre her Daughters .

9,418. suw.k'HM. •itli mate Domestic cuoi Mum Just published, kxplanatk and »He Church of Cagted i wre her Daughters .

imanisd far Printed for Johw Murway. Albs TllHliun'i JL HISTORY of the l.tarsrr John my, alb* of huwibersX. 11.. I tarßin* IHe Liveaof Naouleow the f.reat, I vol.. Sa.—«» rot. LIFE of BK JL Han. LORD MAHON, to his LorJthip't scholarship, i non to the history wast * His Lordships
January 1, 1830 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
TATTERSALL’S.—Thursday, Dec. 31.

TATTERSALL’S.—Thursday, Dec. 31.

TATTERSALL’S.— Thursday, Dec. 31. The betting contimies extremely flat that can only give a quotation the latest prices. Dkrb v.—B 1 agst Sir M. Wood’s Mummer—9 to agst Mr. Petre’s Brunswicker—l2 I Mr. Chifney’s Cressida colt-13 1 agst Sir M. Wood’s Cetus 14 to Lord Cavendish’s M
January 1, 1830 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
COLICE.

COLICE.

MANSION-HOUSE. respectably dressed females, namt d U we»e plac< d at the bar, charged, conimiction wiiii their brother, with committing a desperate assault c'HDtleinaH naiued Penman, under singular circumstances. From the statement of Mr. Penman, who exhibited a thick Mick in th
January 1, 1830 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England