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MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.

The January adjourned quartor sessions of the peace for the county of Middlesex commenced on Monday morning, at the Sessions House, ClerkenwellI-green, be- fore Mr. Bodkin (Assistant-Jndge), and the following justices:-Mr. H. Pownall, Mr. J. Turaley, Mr. H. H. Harwood, Mr. Charl
26 January 1867 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
ALARMING SCENE AT A RAILWAY STATION.

ALARMING SCENE AT A RAILWAY STATION.

ALARMuDING SCENE AT A RA.ILWAY BTATION. At the Clerkenwell Police-court, Joseph Harman, aged twenty-eight, a clerk, residing at 5, Alfred-street, Islington, was charged with being drunk and disorderly at the Hornsey-station of the Great Northern Railway, and refusing to leave whe
26 January 1867 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
MRS. WINDHAM AND THE LAW OF COVERTURE

MRS. WINDHAM AND THE LAW OF COVERTURE

MRS. WINDHAM AND TaE LAW OF I 0OVERTURE FLOWERS V. WINDHAm -At the Marylebon Cjunty Court ,before Sir J. 1:. Wilmot, Bart., the final hearing of this case occurred on Wednesday morning. The action was brought by Mr. Henry William Flowers, proprietor of the Red Lion Tavern, Harrow
12 January 1867 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
THE ALLEGED BREACH OF CONTRACT.

THE ALLEGED BREACH OF CONTRACT.

I TBE ALLEGED BREACH OP CONTRACT. BURRBY V. PARRY. The declaration stated that the defendant, in 0ors- sideration of the plaintiff entering into an engagement to perform in & certain piece during the "run" of such piece, undertook and guaranteed to the plaintiff that it should ru
16 November 1867 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
CHARGE OF ATTEMPTED MURDER.

CHARGE OF ATTEMPTED MURDER.

CIAIRGE OF ATTEDIT'PED IaUrrs - - ?? ?? A At Shrewsbury on Wednesday, Thomas aiees, ?? mnU, described 55 ma ElOertot ceergad with cutting the throat of Mrs. Een erto The offence wns alleged to have, bdenl cntmiote ce the 29Ah ultimo, but the police decl-nig to taeen sction ID tho
16 November 1867 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
A VOYAGE ALONE.

A VOYAGE ALONE.

Mr. Maegregor sonds to the Times tn account of a voyago of 1000 miles he has just mado entirely alone. ITO tnys: -I'S ?? %voiis pg.) the ?? REy yawl, of Ih eo tons, nas lanohetd at Lmothoirse, and on the Eame d y I started for Parli, sailing satng the French coast, arid being to
03 August 1867 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
THE METROPOLITAN POLICE FORCE.

THE METROPOLITAN POLICE FORCE.

| | An interesting document bas just been issued by Mr. Holmes (the surgeon in obiet) to the various divisional surgeons of tbe Metropolitan Police Force, showing tho amount of eickn(-s8 and disablUmeiO ?? . . c ?? Amongst the men durieg the ltter half of i888. After tie retirem
22 June 1867 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
DOINGS IN THE DIVORCE COURT.

DOINGS IN THE DIVORCE COURT.

DflI NGS IN THE, DIVORCE COURT. IT&NNON V. IANtSNON. This was tho wife's ?? for a (tivoroe, oni the ground of the desertion aud ad ultery of her husband. The husband answaered, and traveised the charges. Dr. Spinhs, Q C., and Mr. Batchett wore counsel for the petitioner; and Mr.
22 June 1867 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
TWO MEN EATEN BY SHARKS—FEARFUL SITUATION OF A CAPTAIN.

TWO MEN EATEN BY SHARKS—FEARFUL SITUATION OF A CAPTAIN.

TWO MEN EATEN BY SHARKS-FELUFUL SITUATION OF A CAPTAIN.
24 August 1867 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
INUNDATION OF A COLLIERY.

INUNDATION OF A COLLIERY.

INUNDnATION OP A COLLIERY. An accident of a very serious nature, which caused a atto considerable amount of damage, placed the lives of a ted a number of men and boys in jeopardy, and put a stop on, to the working of the mine for some days, occurred on jis Monday morning at the P
24 August 1867 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England