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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 June 1879

TELEGRAPHIC flfTMLUGfiA'CK. SYDNEY Fdday Evening. 1st the Upper House the debate on the second reading of Mr. De Salis's Punishment Mitigation Bill wmVdjoumeJ till Thursday, The Temporary Judge Bill passed throngh Committee. In the Assembly further progress was tnn.de with the Supplementary Estimates. Bothery rLomax. This was a cross de tBurrer. upon. ?£». action for trespass at Spring Creek. The Conrt gave judgment for the defendant. Beaton's 'Australian Dictionary of IXites ' is an excellent publication and is a valuable addition to Australian literature. Two thousand fioui; }landkeii copies, have been sold in Sydney. This week the cattle market was fully supplied. The prices for prime quality the 8am« as last week. Medium more in demand. Sheep are brisker, supply fair,, geiees slightly, improved. A pvitue lot of full-woolled Riveriua wethers fetched 11s. London, June 1,9th. The French Consul-General at Cairo. offi,. cially notified to the Kliedive that the French {Government insi...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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BLAYNEY POLICE COURT. (Before the P.M. and W. Glasson, Esq.), MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 June 1879

DLAYNEY POLICE COURT. ? * ? (Bufure the P.M. and W. Glasson, Esq.), MONDAY, Fitzsjibhnn v. Anne Batty. — Defendant was j charged with destroying a paling fence, by pul ling 'If the paling!) hi -1 burning theiu. Complainant state. I that from information received be went to defendant's lumse and -saw' }«-rti»ns of palings burning in the fire-place ; told defendant that she was burning bis pro perty. Ann Hevener deposed : That she had seen defendant on st»rentl occasions take the palings, clion them up and take them into tbe houLi. This witness admitted th-it sloo had had a quarrel with defendant, and eonie time after wards told complaiiiuiit of what the defendant was doing. For the defence, Anne Batty, danghter of the defendant, stated that the palings were lint complainant's ; she knew wlieie her mother gut them from, but would not say where. The defendant was tilled 10s and bs 101 costs of court, oi iu default 7 days' imprisonment in thu lock-up.

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SYDNEY INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. (THROUGH [?]REVILLE'S TELEGRAPHIC COMPANY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 June 1879

SYDNEY INTERNATIONAL EXHI BITION. (Thbougi?*%revtlle's Telegraphic Com 'V PAHY.) A very large numlmr of exhibits from Austria- are arriving via. Trieste jier tbe P. and O. Mail Steamer Avoca, consisting of wine, beer, pictures, hardware, glassware, and geneial manufactures of all descriptions. Sir Daniel Cooper reports from London that a large number of pictures are to bo sent out, including some from the brush of Sir Fredeiick Leignton, Piesident of the Royal Academy. Her M«jesty the Queen, and the .Prince and fnncess of WhW have signified their intention of sending their portraits, life size, Tbe French, Government have appointed three gentlemen, of the staff of Fosl Cuptain Mathieu, the Conimisuionei -General, to study the institutions, agriculture, and commerce of New South Wales. The erection of machinery balls Iwf com menced, one will be completed 1st August. The snecessful tenderers for the light of catering in the building pay £1375. Reports front nil the country districts a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 June 1879

The weather during hut week was fine ami mild, but on Saturday last a change took place, and real wintry weather was- experidiiced. On Sunday afternoon raiu CMiiuuiiiced. totdescenil in torr^nte, and a terrific- storm raged during thu night.. Much dissatisfaction exists in the Cinowindra district Bt the tardiness of the Government in not providing a decent building for a Temple or Justice. I lie shell at present iji, use is a disgrace to our civilisation, and is utterly ina le ijHute for our local wauts. If some provision is. not made before the warm weather.-sets in,.it will undoubtedly pi-.»w- itself a SvJcundi edition, of the Black Hole of C.ik;utt,i. Last week this tourn presented ojnite aliwly appearance, the cause beius; nwiuly attrilmtibl'e t-i Clyburu's sale, whk& teriuiiiatedi oiiiSfttur day last. Sir. Allpass, Inspector of. Unlilio: School*. visiteJ the Cauoiviodni inetitctioii a short time since, and from what I.uHii.k'ani, uas-any thing (»uf satisfied at the i-sa...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 June 1879

/LUCAL ANDUKNfclrlAL NBVVsi. Mb. F. B. Fbebhjuj, M.A.— We heard yes terday that Mr.. Fracliill;. now pcactising his profession as a solictor at Cowra, is ahout to remove to Bathnret,. lie having purchased Mr. Heydon's practice in that town. During Mr. Freehill's residence in Cowra he has been: ft most active citizen and has done not a littleto advance the interests of the place. In Bathurst Mr. Freehill will have more scope for the dis play of his legal talents which are of a lif^h order, but Iu'b loss, to Cowra will n»t be easily made good. Municipal Meeting. — ^a spcoiaimcctiiip-of i!ic I municipal council was held on Tuesday ereiiimr la-t, ? on wbicli occasion there were jnesuiit his VVbishin I Hie Mayor, aldermen Fitzimtrick, Fftgan, nnJ ] Clark. The meeting had Iwen cullel foe- tlie pur pose of considering a molioa* of Aldenwin Fitr.pa- | UickV relatiVB'to the nligntocnt of tliu streets. He | stated thnt accosdinjr 1-i llmir by-laws it was neces-. sary tliat tbe streets fihnuli...

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THE SULTAN (LATE FRENCHMAN'S) GOLD MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 June 1879

IH-EiSrjLTAN. (LATE FRENCHMAN'S)* G-s-LD MINE. WE mentioned Home time ago that a company of miners hud undertaken tha working of the above mine. The pmty, Mfssrs. Dliand* lei' and others, have erected a water-wheel at thiBonce famous place, »nd have thereby suc ceeded in erecting an apparatus which will thoroughly develop its resources. We . have long held the opinion that this wiia the only way of effectually working the |-1hcp, an I we »re pleased state that our conclusions are confirmed by the |mrty themselves. Yester day the Sultan-company brought in a fine cake ©igo-dy*he feault of a few weeks crushing. It is our intention to visit' the mine next week and report progrpw. Distress in. Melbourne.— The extraor dinary )i\uiiW e$ applications for admusioiu to the lininigiHiitb' Home (obser»s»- tliB Melbourup A rgiiK^i affords a very practical illustration. of tlu»* great tl'iHtiess «t piespnt prevailing amongst the working classes. The institution in Hli-eiidy greatly overcrowded, b...

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CANOWINDRA POLICE COURT: SATURDAY, JUNE 15TH, 1879. Before E. J. C. North, P.M. and Messrs Sherwin and Osborne. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 June 1879

CANOWINDEA POLKE COURT: Satdrday, Juke 15th, 1873. gBtofore- E. J. C. North, P.M.. auJ Messrs. Sherwiu and Osboriiu. jAincs.Ryall v. James Tuff.— P40 wages due. Defendant was ordered to pay lie fitU.aimiiiut, with costs. 'J. Clark v. Ji Tuff.— £i0 w.iRes due. Ver diet fur fuli nniouut with costs. An auctioneer's license was granted to Mr. M. Custellu.

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ACCIDENTLY KILLED AT BLAYNEY CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 June 1879

ACCIDENTLY KILLED A.T BLAYNEY - ,'0Ri»NEK's iNOUEST. Ow TiiMNday liiHt the Coioiiit (J, 0. Dodd, K-(J.). bflil »n iinjilfst -it the Uovnl Uolf), Blayni*y, mi the huily of Willi»m K«in, who r/nn »uui-itM-tiy ktllr-il oil tlie (d'nVKllH even iiig iiy tbe »ijisfttiua ot » curt. Ttle folluw iiv« t^viJeniM wag taknii : — llenry I'inlny (1^|h)m-J ; I«m HPiiiorcou Htaliln, bt«-iont-il Ht Biiivnev ; veMJ-riluv nveiiiiifj, liBtw«-eu tiv-- ttiitl mix o'liiouk, I hh v ilm ilecKHHml lenvii'J? IIlnkhiI'm H .vul HoIhI, uriviiifj in a Hpi'mg--u-Li-t ; [ Hnt'l to hlv. jRiiHKHi't thnt I tlmuglit the -)nce.o(e(l IihiI tuktjn too much griig ; tlie deciyised ovurheanl me. Hint lie xaitl ? i*m u« vigUt iwyvu mi-h, I enu go Iiouik right enough ;' li» struck u iimtch » ml lit Ian |-i|m,. mill drove away; i*ho\it h Imlf »n ham' iit'UM'Wuviis a nmii, MHine'l .Jumm iionre, cuiiik ti- me nnd si id tliHt Williu'ii K«'in w,ih Iving il«n| nil tlii' I'Ohi), Dmf tlnj Ijnie Kilns ,1 m, once went ti- the plice tyuii...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 June 1879

SMALL DEBTS COUJiT. W. H. Nicholas v. T. Mala— £8 5s., amount due from impounding two bulls. On the appli cation of Mr. Fi'tselnll, tlie case was remanded J. Lynch, v. \V. H. Uichols.— £3,10a. aiuouiit due for threshing wheat. The defendant was tt-»suited. | R. Brown v. B. Hughes. — TUis was.acast of defamation, of character. Damages were laid at £IO.p Tlm&tse was disinissu'd, plaintiff to pay. cats.. T. Finn v. K. Prtyne.— £G 0s., goods sold and delivered. Verdict for plaintiff full amount. T. Mule v. W. H. Nichols.— £5 8s. 4kd^ amount due for goods sold atid delivered. Ver dict for full tetuount. T. Malev.W H. Nichols.— £5, amount due. for impounding an entire iiurse. Verdict for full amount, with costs. F. B. Freehill v. J. Tuff— £5 5s., profes~ skmal costs. Verdvct for full amount.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 June 1879

To C&aff-CttttiTB aaOtfcers. ' TOOR SALE or TO LET, a 4-horsc jrower CHAFF J* OOTMBG ENGINE, with Chaff Elevators.. Toe Engine is in capital condition, and Las- only boeu in u»e Four Months. Apply to JAMES HADGH, or ADAM KIllKFA'J'BICK, Blaynejv ^hc Carcoac Chronicle & BIAYNEY & COWBA GAZETTE. SATURDAY, JUNR21, 1879. TOR TKR INJUBV OF NONE, FOE THB GOOD OF JU.L.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 June 1879

COMPANIES. Australia* Mutual Fire Society. 'Capital, £100,000, With Power to increase to £1,000.000. Bonuses— 20 per cent, each for 2ud, 3rd, 4th and 5th years, Dinjatnra — Hon. John Sutherland, Esq., M.P., (,'liMJnnan ; Mniiuel F. .Tnaeiihmin. Rw|. ; Wil liam J, Pay. Km}. ; Joliu VVellieiill, K*i. ?? Willinm H«»lett, Esq. Mauagor: WALTER CKUROH. ONLY MUTUAL KIISK SOUIRTV giving I'OLIUY HOLDERS PROFITS 'very year* Policy hiililers ait) perfectly free by lnw from nil liubility. 1'ioinut and liberal scttleniciits fur Hrep. llii.tiiH.gc liy Lightning tunl Explosions l-y lias paid. VWk Insurances ut LOWEST 1SATBS. J. o.-Dunn. Agent fyir C'arunar and District. Agent fur Blayncy, G,, HAWKK, Jun. Agent fur Loirra, T. UIGAiJT. MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. Estiihiisue.l ISG!). Jncoiporatuil by Act of l'urliamcnt. I'iiincipal Opkiijb : GE'JUfiE AM- WVNYAItl) STREETS, SYliVEY. U'JXUS YKAB. IS7S-9. speoialTnotice The Smuiil Quin«|iieiiniuiii will close on the 30tli June, 1873, wlien ...

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THE RAILWAY TO CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 June 1879

THE RAILWAY TO CARCOAR. We, lust week, published a tetter on the above subject, and we are entirely of the same o[-inionfcaB our^aoroespondetit that we nbould use every^ mean*, iiia our power to fetch tlie line direct through Caicoir. In ndvosating this route we are a warn that we silm.il be met with opuosition from. Borne of our consituents, but we hope to allow that the .uuvd we advocate is both a direct and less expensive one than can lie found in the dia trict. There is no difficulty in the- way of fetching tbe line from Blayney into the town ofCarcoar. From Blayney to the Water liolea tliere is a levet run of five miles, and from thence along the old Carcoor road and txrund the property of Mr. Platt into the town there are no difficulties of any mooient. From Saroem to. Cowra theie is a direct mn through level and fertile country and we do not hesitate to Bay that this line so far, if adopted, will be one of the cheajieHt ever constructed in the colony.. Otue oC the xpeakers- a...

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OUR ROADS AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 June 1879

OUR ROADS AGAIN. OUR readers will observe in another column the death of Mr. Willam Ewin, which oc- curred on Monday night last. It will, no doubt, astonish our readers to learn that this melancholy accident was occasioned through the state of our roads. We are informed that Mr. Ewin left Blayney on Monday evening at dusk. The evening was bitter cold and wintery, and absolute darkness surrounded   him before he had gone very far. The road over which he had to travel is supposed to be a main Government road leading to Orange,   Brown's Creek, and other places. It is a road— only in name— which has never been properly cleared ; it is full of creeks, holes, stumps of grass, and is a crying disgrace to   the authorities. It was while travelling this road, on his way home, through impenetrable darkness, that his cart was upset by coming in contact with a stump that obstructs the main thoroughfare, poor Ewin's life was sacrificed, and a wife and five...

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COURT OF APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 July 1879

COURT OF APPEAL. A corJUT for hearing appeals against the municipal assessment wns 'held on Tuesday last before the P.M. find Mr. W.' B. Warner, J.P. The following appeals were heard : — John Kenworthy, paddock Sn Coombing-street assessed at £14 8s ; reduced to JE12. : Same, flourmiU'in Naylor-street, assessd at £270 ; jeducsd to £2?6. - Same, hotel in Uaylor-strcet, assessed at £90 ; assessment upheld. ? JO Dodd, cuJtvutert pafldock- in Uoombing Btrtet, assessed lit £31 10s; reduced to £22 10s. John Kenwor.'hy. allotment in Naylor-street, as sessed at £1« f ?edu-jed to £12. J. 0. Podd, dwelling) paddock and shed, assessed atifiJWsi jedpeedto £64. Same, office in Icely-street, assessed at £21 Is; assessment upheld. . Mrs Gennys, portion of paddock in Nayior-slreet, asressea «t*22 10s ; reduced to £15. ; rJL. JUifkiiiirick, store m Belubula-street, assessed -j&, 890 ; 'rerluced to £80. T Neawnitti, shop in Helubula-street, assessed At £27 ; rednoed to *28 8s. 3. N. Cony, fche...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 July 1879

To Printers) ' A TURN OVER WANT*. Apply at the office of this paper. I v~ Wanted. ' r — ' — L ?- A COOK AND LAUNM*ESS. Apply to Mrs. J. 0. DODD, Wliitleigh Cottage, Carcoar. I f ? v To Let, * A BUTCHERS SHOP at M LNDUBAMA, together with Four Rooms. JOHN MON SKR. \ M ndurama. a ____ ? a To Builders mENDERS are invited for tbe El ECTCON and ( L COMPLETION of the PUB .10 SCHOOL ' BUILDINGS at MOUNT MACQU IRIK. Plane and Specifications, may be si an on applica tiou to MR. JAMES GRANT, Honorary Seore- f tiry, Public School Board at that plaoe, to whom t 'Utters must be addressed on or before the 22nd . J JI.Y next. Forms cf tender may he obtained ' trom Mr. Grant. / W. WILKIKS, Secretary. Council of Education Office, / . Sydney, 20th June, 1879. / J I ^ To Builders- I . * rpENDERS are invited for the ERECTION and i J COMPLETION of the PUBLIC SCHOOL I BUILDINGS at SPRING MOUNtTvITTORIA. t Plaus and Specifications may be Befin on applica to Mr. ANDREW WALSH, Ufairtnau of the t Public S;hoo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 July 1879

ImUiliti t ami lux m ions lialits. «xliauBtiig ihwut*. iuniiti occupations, old hrc, hi... -i lu'r ihii), ^ lifjui « IIih lining tit 4 ie iutw uiiwuf t vitnl'«y. When Klin in the case, the Lowiis lrf'.MMic Kir|iicl. Slow digisiiun tlttiti ciii-iinR, aouuiai'iuiinl l»y low J»|iirits.lo'tl «f «|i|»eiite »mi lent, iVtM lit-nnth and » i ijcy complexion. No Buoli «-ffui t* follow, liowi ver, ?wliin the Uel.ilil»»«Hl tttoiniteh «nd liowri* hiv vitalUed willi IMoljitto WoUtf's SeWedum ^|v«nnifi)- Rr|ir-m.|.« To Toasnetfcte. WANTKD HOriSE/or) BULLOCK TKAMS, to W-y /from 60 to 70 'Ions oJ Mnt-hiiwry frot/BI»\ney to B.-owti'b Creek. HeimpaET'Liu/a -JEgigliing 15 Cw-. -A piily iiniHfdiHtfly, uJ ' j^ THOJYtAjUpfiJHHfr.^ /Ttenibou nM^BMry, l$atliuiii\ ' ' ? / ~ OFH0BLOWAYS PILI^ AND OINTME K 1 most reBpecfully take leavi to call attention of -if the inhabitants of Auntr.Wia to the fact th»t Messrs. HENRY, CURKAN & Co., Wholesale DruggiBta, of NEW YoEK. Lave Agencies in various parts, and...

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SALE OF LEASES OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 July 1879

SALE OF LEASES OF CUOWN LANDS. A sale of Crown Laud Leases will take jilaco at Carcoar on Wednesday the 23rd of July, when the following lots will be offered : IjOt 1, 642 acres,' county Goorgiana, palish of Burridgee ; upset prise at tlie rate of 10s per section of 040 acres. Lot 2, (HO acres, county Georgioha, parish of Burndgee : upset price 10s, » Lot 3, -M0 nci'L-M, county Georgiann, parish of Bur idgee ; up-et price 10d each. Lot i, 700 acres, county Gergiana, parish of Biir ridgco, upset price lla each. Lot 5, !IOO acres, county of Gcorgiana, parish of Burridgee, upset price Us. Id. Lot 0, 9(10 acres, county Gcorgiana, parish Meglo, upset prioe 15s. Lot 7, 800 ncree, county Georgiana, parish Ueglo, upset price 15s, Drowning of Two Young Girw.— It is neljoni we. tire Grilled, upon to reco'd so dts (reusing ;ind painful nn occurrence hb flint wliich li i|ij)r)ii,;il on S'Lurrley aftitriiooii viz., rlic drowning of two young gills in the Imiiew' butliH at Wonllnomooloo. Their nu...

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THE POST OFFICE. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 July 1879

THE TOST OFFICE. TO TFTH RmTnil. Sin, — Cin you inform iur ho-v Uugr tlie post office is supposed to remain open at nij;hc after tlie arrival of tlie 9 p.m. nail f li there any utasort rime and what is it? Ami if the mail docs not arrive at i) o'clock which it rarely doe-, is the (imo for deli very made .shorter ? On Thursday night I was wait . ing oufc-ide the oflice f- r, as I thought, the arrival of the moil when I was informed that the letters had been deliverer. It was then a few minutes after 9. Will the postmaster decide upon some definite time for deli veriug the letters not humbug the inhabit ants. . sySiliM.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 July 1879

Held Ovjsb. — Leader, items from Cowro,. and other matter*. f .Tafi TelbPHOKE.— On Saturday evening last a vciy bUccoBrful.cxjjoriment with tlio telephone was conducted between Cnwoar. and. Gowra. After on. interchange of compliments between the postal au thorities at either place several songs and choruses were rendered which, were distinctly hoard at both places. Selections made at the local Land office on Thursday : — Patrick Farrolly, county Goorgiotin, iHirish of VaiToman '.. J.obu Kavaiiogh,. 3S6 acres, -w. ao. 1'komotion. — Mr. Henry Wliittaker has been ptaetted etatiiw-Jaastcr in the telegraph department alBla.vney, The weather during the post week has been fine. The days have been warm and enjoyable aad the nights frosty. The agriculturalists have made tlio Ijcrt nsc of the fine weather as nearly the whole of ploughing has teen completed. Lambing has com menced in some, portions of the district with satis factory results. PaE8BTTE»l».N Services.— On Sabbntb next the Rev. J....

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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. (Before the P.M., and Mr. Warner, J.P.) SMALL DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 July 1879

CARL-OAK POLICE COtJRT. Tuesday. (Before the P.M., and Mr. Warner, J.P.) 6HALL DEBTS. A. Fox v lleynolds.— Claim for L9 19s 8d. Ver dict bv consent for plaintiff. Mr. Dodd for plaintiff. Same v Holt— Claim for 12 18s *d for goods sold and delivered. Verdict for amount. Maroney v Williams.— This was a case in wuich the fefenVait van i-ummoped for entering upon tiie laud of the plaintifl' situated on Coombing Creek and splitting timber tkereon. 1'laintifE claimed L10 damages. After hearing evidence of both riartie^ the bench gave a verdict for the amount claimed. Mr. North for plaintiff Mr. Dodd for de fendant* Lodge v Twaddell.— Claim for L4 17s 64. for goods sold. Verdict for plaintiff. /Mr Kortn here left^he bench and Mr. Icely took . * his seat.) B. J. C. North v J. Qu'nn. — In this case Mr. ?North as agent lor the Curator of. Intestate Eilates, sned Mr. Quinn for detaining a wa.ch the property of Thomas Dyson deceased. Mr. Quinn deposed that the deceased was indebted to him in tb...

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