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tiff that his mother kept his house, and that be had two sons. Mrs. Jane Makin, mother of the plaintiff,

tiff that his mother kept his house, and that be had two sons. Mrs. Jane Makin, mother of the plaintiff,

ahe lived at Derby, and at one tune kept an there. The defendant came to her house with daughter after they had been to LonOon. 1, told witness that he had married her daughter, and that he her son-in-law, and ho was introduced as such to her friends and neighbours. He gave witn
November 9, 1867 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ILLEGAL INTEREST.

ILLEGAL INTEREST.

IMPORTANT TO -PAWNBROKERS, At the Middlesex sessions, Matthias Boyce appealed against • conviction of Mr. Mansfield, the magistrate sating at Marylebruie Police Court, for an offence under the pawnbrokers act, 39th and 40th George the Third, cap. 99. It appeared that on the 27th
November 9, 1867 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
r. Seymour. woo to be e 7 , the murder Justice

r. Seymour. woo to be e 7 , the murder Justice

Wall , to. could B and tried for again. Mr. _ Blackburn.—lf a man is murdered by half-a-dozen burglars or robbers, do you mean to say they cannot be tried as they are taken? I will allow no t me or delay for the consideration of such a question. It is perfectly and absolutely id
November 9, 1867 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ARMING THE POLICE.

ARMING THE POLICE.

At a meeting of the Sunderland Town Council, on Wednesday, a long discussion took place on a report from the Watch Subcommittee, recommending the payment of £l4B. 18s. id. to the War authorities, for the supply of revolvers and ammunition, which had been sent down for the use of
November 9, 1867 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SERIOUS RAILWAY ACCI- DENT.

SERIOUS RAILWAY ACCI- DENT.

The train for the North which leaves Leetia at five a.m, met with a very alarming accident after leaving Harrogate Station at six on Tuesday morning. train had only proceeded a few hundred yards from the station when a violent conctiss.dm arprised the driver and passengers that
November 9, 1867 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CURIOUS C ‘SE OF FALSE IMPRISON lENT.

CURIOUS C ‘SE OF FALSE IMPRISON lENT.

In the Court of Queen's Bench on Thurs.!ny, the case a buliy V Cog tie heard.. Mr. lin *ton, Q C., said it Was action tried at NV, ster the Lord Cl.i. f Justice, fcr fiio tt. ptisonruent and a malicious prosecution, w - ..c0 the jury having answered ceitait, questions put to thi
November 9, 1867 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LAST TWO MORN OF "PLAY."

LAST TWO MORN OF "PLAY."

LAST TWO OF "PLAY." and unit, the tetb end SOth in,tant, the Pert rmanee commence let a premsely, the hew and Owned,. - • -- PLAY, Written by T. W. Robes , son, A • thur of " " Caste." produeed under his immedistelloersosal superintendence. WiDIIII4I•AT will be produced by desire
June 27, 1868 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A PHYSICIAN.

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A PHYSICIAN.

Methe &Attie of the General Medical Colll2Cil is London cii Tharsday afternoon, an investigation into the case of William Macdonald. M.D., of Ewing-place, Argyll-street, was made. This eharge against Dr. Macdonald was that be had offered to procure for fee or reward degrees from
June 27, 1868 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MO( DAY. ASSAULTING THE POLICE.

MO( DAY. ASSAULTING THE POLICE.

Two men, named John Brown and John Speak. man, were charged with having been drunk and assaulted policesconstable 227. On Saturday night the constable was called to a publio.house in West Derby.road, outside of which there was a great disturbance. He tried to prevail upon the cr
June 27, 1868 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ASSAULT WITH A POKER.

ASSAULT WITH A POKER.

A woman named patherine Rooney waa brought up on remand, charged with having assaulted Win Prague with a poker, on the 16th instant Mr. Walter prosecuted. The parties reside in 5 Court, Upper Pownall.atreet, and on the evening of the lOth the prisoner asked the prosecutor for th
June 27, 1868 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England