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JVABIHS AND HYDROPHOBIA.

A DISAPPOINTED BRIDEGROOM.

.DISASTERS AT SEA.I

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." THE PEACE TO CQMi-."

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LIFE IN LONDON: j 8IAD IX…

SEASIDE SWINDLERS.

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THURSDAY ISLAND.

JUDGES' CIRCUITS.'

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JUDGES' CIRCUITS. A return relating to the Spring and Summer Oir- cuitsof lastyear has jusAeen printed. On tbeNorthern Circuit (Spring Circuit, 1877) two judgiBs sat at A*9 places—one sat 32 days and the other 30 days. com- meneing from the 17th of February to the 27th of March; 131 prisoners were tried and 1^8 causes disposed of; at the Bummer Circuit, from the 27th of Junggto the 8th of August, before judges, one sittrngjaB and the other 31 days, 135 pri- soners were triedpEna 122 causes disposed of. On the North-Eastern Circuit (Spring), before two judges and onecommissioner, commencing on the 14th of February and ending on the 24th of March, the judges sitting -each 34 and the commissioner 16 days? 14 prisoners were tried and 141 causes disposed of; aDd on the Summer Circuit, with the same judges and commissioner, the former sitting 82 and 88 days respectively and the latter five days, the number of prisoners tried was 189 and the causes heard 167. On the Midland Circuit (Spri!1g), commencing on the 16th of February, and ^ng on tho 28th of March, two judges and three com- missioners were engaged; the judges sat 34 and 36 days, and the commissioners two, one, and two dltoYs the number of prisoners tried was 266 and the causes heard f6. On the Summer Circuit, from the 2nd of July to the 6th of August, two judges and two commissioners were engaged the judges sat 27 and 26 days, and the commissioners two and ond days- There were 185 prisoners tried and 71 causes of. On the Oxford Circuit (Spring), from the 10th °: to the 29th of March, two judge* sat 25 28 days; 166 prisoners were tried and 54 eaOl8Ø heard. On the Summer Circuit two judge* one commissioner sat respectively 34, anq two days; 161 prisoners were tried 27 causes disposed of. On the South-Eastern Oifcuit (Spring), where four judges sat 7,22, 22, days, 169 prisoners were tried and 81 causes dis- posed of. On the Summer Circuit, one judge and oie commissioner sat 19 and 23 days respectively; Prisoners wfra tried and 84 causes were heard; while at Oroydon, 19 prisoners were tried and 61 eaøøel were heard, making on the Sonth Eastern Circuit 173 prisoners, tried and 145 caUJel heard. On the Western Circuit (Spring), from the 14th of February to the 29th of Inarch,. two judges and one commissioner, 201 prisoners were tried and 44 causes heard and on the Summer Ove- cuit 143 prisoners were tried and 60 causes heard. On the North and South Wales Spring Circuit l* Prisoners were tried and 68 causes beard; on the Summer Circuit, 93 prisoners and 44 causes, ^he Judges' Sittings in London during the time of the Spring and Summer Circuits in the year 1877 ,#eT&- Spring rittings in baneo, 61 days; at nisi 50 days; and in chambers, 48 days. During ihe summer sittings the judges sat in banco 20 days at nisi prius, 47 days; and in chambers, 47 day"

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GOURDS. MARCH TQ philippof^HS;:

BREACH OF PROMISE CASE.

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A JAPANESE EXHIBITIONS

THE'REMAINS OF QUEEN KATHARINE…

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