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THE MURDER AT WAKEFIELD.

THE MURDER AT WAKEFIELD.

The execution of Henry Dobson for the murder of Catherine Shoardon, at Wakefield, on the 19th of February, will take place on Saturday next, at York. Since his condemnation, Dobson has appeared very contrite and penitent, and has ad - dressed several letters to Ins friends and r
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
An invaluable talent in sovereign is that of being able to let well alone. A hon petit roi d'yvefot is

An invaluable talent in sovereign is that of being able to let well alone. A hon petit roi d'yvefot is

a greater blessing in civilised country than all the conquerors that ever made their lieges uneasy in pursuit of the limit* s nafurelles. And here, while on the subject constitutional monarchies, may be noticed that other unreasonableness, irreconcileable with a claim to civilis
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Tom Gurney Pontiff

Tom Gurney Pontiff

(Price) 1 2 Three others started. Won easily. Grand Animal Steeplechase (Handicap), of 20 sovs. each, h.ft, and 5 only if declared, Ac., with 100 added, * (Darli/lg) 1 Oscar Sir Peter Laurie Peter Simple Seven others started. Won by half a neck. United Hunters’ Stakes (Handicap)
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE PEGGY.—DAMAGE.

THE PEGGY.—DAMAGE.

THE PEGGY. —DAMAGE. In this case the schooner ivid, of tons, anchored in the Oorton Roads, on the 26th October last, and shortly afterwards came into coUision with the brig Peggy, of 98 tons. On one side it was alleged the bng drove broadside on the Vivid, and on the part of the
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
IN RE GREAR.

IN RE GREAR.

The bankrupt, a wax ami tallow-chandler, of and Long-acre, applied for his certificate. His debts were 719f., assets about 3iH)/. Mr. Lawiance supported Mr. Ford, for the assignees, opposed, the ground that the bankrupt had kept no books, and had concealed a debt from his credit
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
IN RE BOOTH.

IN RE BOOTH.

This was the last examination meeting in the case of W. Booth, iron-merchant, of Hackney-road. His accounts, prepared by Mr. Pettis, extended over three years prior to the failure, and showed a sum of 1,007/. due to unsecured creditors, 1,5t1/.* to those holding security, and 84
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

OXFORD CIRCUIT.—GLOUCESTER, April 6. CROWN COURT. (Before Mr. Justice Talfourd.)
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
A MAX WITH EIGHT WIVES.

A MAX WITH EIGHT WIVES.

MAX WITH EIGHT WIVES. William was indicted for intermarrying with Sarah Martin, his former wife, Ellen Wormsley, being still alive. This was one of the most extraordinary cases, perhaps, that ever came before court of justice. The prisoner was most determined Benedict, having mar
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SESSIONS, April 6.

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS, April 6.

(Before Mr. Seijeant Adams, Assistant Judge.) James Morgan was indicted for assaulting Eliza Brymell. Mr. Doyle appeared for the prosecution. The prosecutrix stated that she lived at No. 8, Arthur-sfcreet, and had been on friendly terms with the defendant, whom she had known abo
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
GUILDHALL.

GUILDHALL.

Bexevolbnce.—Sir R. W. Carden requested that the Press would acknowledge for him the receipt of the following charitable contributions in favour of James Havaland, the artilleryman, who was injured in trying to save the life of Sergeant Patterson at the late fire in Holborn. Fro
April 7, 1853 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England