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QUARTERLY NAVAL OBITUARY.

QUARTERLY NAVAL OBITUARY.

Flag Officer— Retired Rear Admiral : John McKerlie. Captains— Christopher C. Askew, Philip Henry Bridges, William Jardine Purchas, John Reynolds, Sir Robert i Oliver, Kut., Robert Russell. Commanders — Richard Wilbraham, Robert M'Coy, Wm. Chasman, Arthur Lee Warner, David R. B.
January 1, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LAW SITTINGS.—THIS Da Y.. ♦-———

LAW SITTINGS.—THIS Da Y.. ♦-———

LAW SITTINGS.— THIS Da Y. ♦-— — — Court of Bankruptcy, Basinghall-street.— Before Mr. Commissioner Shepherd — Meetings for choice of assignees : George J >hn Gladstone, Blackwall and Brom- ley, builder and shipwright, at twelve; Edmund Millware, Peterborough, coachbuilder, at hal
January 1, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LITERA TURE.

LITERA TURE.

Life and Letters qf 'Jhomas Campbell. By William j Beanie, M.D. 3 vols. — Edward Moxon, London, j It has been laid down by an eminent critic, that j i one of the first requisites ofa biographer is admira- j ! tion of the subject of his biography. This qualifica- 1 tion for writi
January 1, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE IRON TRADE.

THE IRON TRADE.

The decision of the South Staffordshire Ironmasters at their preliminary trade meeting held at the Swan Hotel, Wolverhampton, on Thursday last, is hy this time well known. The meeting appears to have been very numerously attended, nearly all the influential houses in the trade b
January 1, 1849 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DWELLING.

DWELLING.

What is a residence, so to bring party within the jurisdiction of the County Court. A party paying visit at the house of a friend is not, therefore, within the jurisdiction as residing in the district. Hodges and Another v. Lord Dmmlanrig, M.P. 184. Westminster.
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 

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COUNTY COURTIS CHRONICLE. court-bookc. Then, when that jurisdiction is sought to be

COUNTY COURTIS CHRONICLE. court-bookc. Then, when that jurisdiction is sought to be

enlarged, by bringing into the court a foreign plaint, which, primi facie, belong* to the Court of another district, via. where the defendant resides, by reason of the locality of the cause of action, the Legislature very wisely directed the opinion of the Judge to be taken as t
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE.

COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE.

One of the parties most be mistaken ; but to set all things right he should adjourn the further bearing of the case to give both of them an opportunity of producing witnesses. His Honour also directed the officer of the court to produce the banker’s clerk and any document which
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
[Jan. the defendant, some time after the child was born, called upon plaintiff and gave her two sovereigns, and in

[Jan. the defendant, some time after the child was born, called upon plaintiff and gave her two sovereigns, and in

the course of conversation promised to pay her 2s. per week for the maintenance of the child until they were married, and he had continued to pay her several sums at different periods, amounting in the whole to 21/. 10s. The consideration for the promise was, that the mother wou
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
£366,600

£366,600

£72,000 36,000 258,600 £366,000 Scale 2.— Plurality System. Reduced in proportion to the Judges' salaries. 60 Judges at 1,000(. each £60,000 491 Chief Clerks at 5001. each .. 245,500 £305,500 Scale 2.—Sole Chief Clerk System. Reduced in proportion to the Judges’ salaries. 60 Jud
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE. COUNTY COURT ASSISTANT CLERKS.

COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE. COUNTY COURT ASSISTANT CLERKS.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COUNTY COURTS CHRONICLE. I wrote you some time ago, expressing my opinion as to the above, and am now satisfied as to the ingratitude of some of the Assistant Clerks; they have no sooner got their appointment, than they make a desperate efifort to oust the v
January 1, 1849 - County Courts Chronicle - London, London, England