7 JANUARY 1832, Page 16

THE OLD BAILEY SESSIONS.—T1WSC sessions commenced on Thursday. The only

trial of the slightest interest, was that of the woman Cooke and her reputed husband, which took place yesterday, for the murder of the aged female named Walsh. The particulars of the murder, as given by the son of Cooke, must be in the recollection of our readers. Nothing new was elicited. The Jury found the female guilty, and she was condemned to be executed on Monday. The man, %who is not legally her husband, was acquitted, but detained on a fresh indictment, of being accessory (it was understood) after the fact to the murder. The woman continued to assert her innocence ; and both the prisoners accused the boy of perjury. Of course.