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THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

CHARGE OF CREAMING GOODS BY PRETENCES.—A welbdressed named Isaac Edward Philips, was charged with having ob. UMW money by false pretences, under somewhat peculiar circumstaucea. Mr. Davies, prosecuting solicitor, s atcd tho case as follows :—On the 29th of February prisoner went
April 13, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
OCCASIONAL NOTES.

OCCASIONAL NOTES.

The choice of a seat may sometimes point a moral and adorn a tale. The seat that Mr. John Bright has chosen on his return to the House of Commons serves this useful purpose. He has separated himself wholly from his late colleagues on the ministerial benches and resumed his forme
April 13, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
RAILWAY ACCIDENT 1N WALES.

RAILWAY ACCIDENT 1N WALES.

An accident, fortunately unattended with loss of life, occurred yesterday (Friday) afternoon at Caergwrle, on the Wrexham. Mold, and Connah's Quay Railway. The train from Buckley is due at Caergwrle at half-past four, and as usual the engine was detached for the purpose of takin
April 13, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DESPERATE STRUGGLE WITH A. DESER'I'ER.

DESPERATE STRUGGLE WITH A. DESER'I'ER.

On Tuesday afternoon, says the Sheffield Telegraph, John lilley, a private in the Regiment of Foot, etationed in that town, was taken before Mr. IL Jubb, charged with desertion from his regiment, null also with assaulting Police-constable Mellor, at Scholes, near Rotherham, on t
April 13, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
----- THE STABBING CASE AT BURY.

----- THE STABBING CASE AT BURY.

_ At the Bury Petty Sessions on Thursday, John Ashburne, spinner, of Bolton, was brought up charged with attempting to murder Sarah Clarkson, and with wounding Mrs. Lomax, at the Cricketers' Dm, Bolton-road, Elton, Bury. Mr. Milne, superintendent of the police force, applied for
April 13, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LADY MAYO IN ENGLAND.

LADY MAYO IN ENGLAND.

--- Lady Mayo arrived at Victoria Station on Thursday afternoon. Mr. Disraeli was upon the platform to receive the widow of his late friend and colleague. At four p.m. on Thursday, the 28th ultimo, her Majesty's iship Glasgow arrived at Suez, having left Bombay on March 11. Imme
April 13, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CIIESTER.

CIIESTER.

The Qnarter Sessions of the Peace of the city and borough of Cheater were held on Tbursday, by the Recorder (Mr- Horatio Lloyd). There were five prisoners for cud two women to be dealt with as incorrigible rogues and vagabonds. The latter were Mary Anne Woode and Jane Gough, bot
April 13, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF STEALING A HORSE.

EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF STEALING A HORSE.

- On Monday, at the County Sessions-room, Bol• ton, a respectable-looking man, named George Hardy, a beerseller and horse dealer, residing at the Nag's Head. Longsight, near Manchester, was brought up on a charge of stealing a horse, value £4O, belonging to Mr. Councillor Crowth
April 13, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MARKETS. &c.

MARKETS. &c.

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April 13, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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April 13, 1872 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England