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THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

{ ~~LON DON': In recognizing the sulmlmions which the advent of a New Year addresses to the facullties of retrospect and anticipation, we accept, hesitatingly and but in part, a task which at once invites, by the unsur- passed interest of its subject-matter, and overawes -wve mi
January 1, 1849 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
REPEAL OF THE NAVIGATION LAWS.

REPEAL OF THE NAVIGATION LAWS.

The following important circular from the house of Lindsay, of Abchurch-lane, will be read with much interest. It clearly illustrates the certain results of a repeal of the navigation laws. M Freights remain somewhat stationary, bnt the tendency is towards an advance. Tliere has
January 1, 1849 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TENNIS PLAYING.

TENNIS PLAYING.

Some most interesting matches were played in the Tennis Court, at Goodwood, on Friday last, between Barre, the well-known French player, and Tomkins, of Brighton celebrity, the result of which was as follows :— First Match.— Tomkins receiving half thirty, the best of five sets,
January 1, 1849 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LONDON, Friday, Dec. 29,1848.

LONDON, Friday, Dec. 29,1848.

Gazette of this afternoon announces that • Prince Albert has been pleased to appoint the Rev. Thomas Protheroe Chaplain to his Royal Highness at oS The Queen has been pleased to appoint Lieut.-Colonel Ralph Carr Alderson, R.E., to be Secretary and Registrar to the Commissioners
January 1, 1849 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE, No. CCCXCIX, for January. Price 2s. 6d. CONTENTS. I.—The Year of Revolutions. ll.—French Con- Q.UEROP.S AND COLONISTS. HI.—THE

BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE, No. CCCXCIX, for January. Price 2s. 6d. CONTENTS. I.—The Year of Revolutions. ll.—French Con- Q.UEROP.S AND COLONISTS. HI.—THE

C.AXTOXS PART IX. IV.—The White Nile. V.—Art and Artists Spain. Vl.—The Dodo and it.- Kindred. VII.— The Sword of Honour: A Tale of 1787. VIII.— Memoirs of Kirkaldy of Grange. William Blackwood and Sons, 45, George-street, Edinburgh, and 37, Paternoster-row, London. THE ILLUSTRA
January 1, 1849 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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EXECUTION.

EXECUTION.

Sheriff —Writ of execution—When wholly executed—Several levies under the same writ, —lf writ of execution remains in the sherifTs hands, he is at liberty to make any number of distinct levies until the whole of the judgment-debt is satisfied, although several years may elapse be
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DIGEST OF COUNTY COURTS CASES.

DIGEST OF COUNTY COURTS CASES.

meaning of the County Courts Act, is the person entitled to the immediate reversion of the land. Therefore, where a tenant for life had demised a deed, it was held that the remainder man might sue for the recovery of possession under the 22nd section. Devonshire v. Saviil, 179.
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LOTTERY.

LOTTERY.

Lottery. —The defendant kept a club composed of twenty-one members, who were to subscribe shilling a week for twentyone weeks. Every week the members were to draw lots, and he that drew the prize was to receive the whole twentyone shillings subscribed for that week, less sixpenc
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
REPLEVIN.

REPLEVIN.

Staying proceedings on a replevin bond Bond executed after the goods distrained had been sold. —The court stayed proceedings by the assignees upon a replevin bond,-where it appeared that the bond had not been executed until after sale of the goods distrained, and that therefore
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
RIGHT OF FISHING.

RIGHT OF FISHING.

Custom. —Plaintiff having laid nets for the taking of fish within high and low water mark, the defendant came and laid nets within,a rod and three quarters of those of the plaintiff, the effect of which, it was alleged, would be to stop the fish from entering the plaintiff’s net
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England