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    in the posses- sion of game. From the evidence it appeared that a rabbit catcher, named John Rutter. of Rudge Heath, near Wol- verhampton, had lost some traps a few nights ago, and he subsequently found them set on land Subscribers-only content

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    I I~XTRAORDINARY CASE OF ALLEGE i LWNACY., Tie Court of Queen's Bench has been aeoupied since Friimy in the hearing of a case Hall v. Semple. It was aus actiin against. a medisal man for illegally causing the plai Subscribers-only content

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    thospot,'and obliged the intending, combatants to rentire. The men nothong daunted,. immcdiately made the best of their way to Rudge Heath, in Shropsbire, where 'they weoe followed, and again disturbed. The party then tobl: to thaeiivehicles; and distanced their pursuers, Subscribers-only content

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    the month of November last, aided and abetted Michael Moran and anether in fighting a certain prize fight at Rudge Heath, near Wolverhampton. We have from time to time in these columns detailed the various convictions against the parties who Subscribers-only content

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    the evening of that day ; that he was cursing and swearing awfully at his landlady, Miss Boycott, of Rudge Heath; and that when he (Pound) went to see what was the matter be called him a "- thieving rogue." Subscribers-only content

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