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[ eaiet rtporltd nil 6a found, ut uiua- (Before tbe R*v J, Hopwood, W II Hornby, Esq and J buopaui.. Eaq ) Dbiskisvcm —Abee wort fined 4a and coats, in default to committed gaol for seven daya, for liaving been drunk and disorder!) in tbe streets ai twelve oclock night —Henry Ya
January 10, 1849 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS ANDi FPRIOUTFUL Adcf DENTrAbonlt nine o'clock on Mon- diy evening, as twvo gentleine' %v rceding in a gig down Ludgate hill, the horse, harepro of a ?? earfl pae th drve xn,, taken fright, dashed ofe antuafafl pc, thi he ?? loing Hll comman;d over tl~ niml wichflew alon
January 14, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE STANFIELD HALL MURDERS.

THE STANFIELD HALL MURDERS.

THE STANFIELD HALL MURpERS. ANOTHER EXAMINA.TION OF RUf;H, THE SUSPECTED ASSASSIN. James Blomfield Rush, the suspected assassin of hr. Isaac Jermy and his son, at Stanfield Hall, has under- gone another magisterial examination at Norwich Castle. The magistrates present were the R
January 14, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT SPORTING CASE.

IMPORTANT SPORTING CASE.

:E~DINBURGH JURY COURT. GxissoN v. Po~LLO5.-In this case, which referred to the prize won in a coursing match, some discussion took place, several months age, on a preliminary objection taken by Mr. Gibson, on the ground of its referring to a tporting transaction, on which, aE,
January 14, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

MANN'S CITY DINING - ROOMS, M 7, BUCKLERSBURY (Seven doors from Cheapside). G. S. MANN returns his sincere thanks to his numerous Friends and the Public in general for the liberal support le has received during the last Eight Years, and respectfully calls the attention of Commerc
January 14, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OXFORD, Saturday, Jan. 13.

OXFORD, Saturday, Jan. 13.

o x F|o 43 1 S Stellbvday, Jan. 13. Congregations will be holden for the purpose of granf. ing graces, and ronferring- dogrees, oa the fillonving (ays in the ensuing Term, viz. Jannary Li * Iebruory 1, 11, 15 and 22 ; March 1,, lo, 22, and 31. EiCCLElS1:.STlCO(; PREFER-MEN' S. Th
January 13, 1849 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
COURT OF CHANCERY.

COURT OF CHANCERY.

We are glad to see that the Times has at length directed its powerful battery against this huge stronghold of corruption and abuse. It is wonderful that in those days of " Leagues" and Associations," when every fancied evil under the sun finds a ready assailant, real and practic
January 10, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COMMISSIONERS OF SEWERS. The new Metropolitan Commissioners held their first ?? ve'terd v afternoon, at the Sewers Office, in Greek-

COMMISSIONERS OF SEWERS. The new Metropolitan Commissioners held their first ?? ve'terd v afternoon, at the Sewers Office, in Greek-

,'rtt Soho I'heie was a very full attendance of members, 'L ne s whom were the Earl of Carlisle, Lord Ebrington, Hume. MP.. Hon. F. By ng, E. Chadwick, Esq., ?? S-utnwood Smith, Lambert Jones, Esq., Dr. ar. i John Leslie, Esq. ' ii.. Eiri of Carlisle was elected President of the
January 11, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE MA RK ETS.—Yesterd ty.

THE MA RK ETS.—Yesterd ty.

THE MA RK E TS. — Yesterd ty. CORN EXCHANGE. The arrivals of grain are more moderate this week. The frost has entirely disappeared. We expect the import duty on wheat will advauce to 10s, and oats to 3s 6d per quarter to-morrow. At this day's market English and free foreign wheat
January 11, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FINANCIAL REFORM MEETING.

FINANCIAL REFORM MEETING.

MANCHESTER, Wednesday. The meeting this evening at the Free Trade Hall on financial reform, was excessively crowded. Ihe hall holds 10 000 or 1- 000 people, and tickets to more than that extent we're ?? the League offices were besieged with most earnest applications for more tic
January 12, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England