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HENRY-STREET POLICE OFFICE.

HENRY-STREET POLICE OFFICE.

IIENRY-STREET POLICE OFFICE. OBTAINING MONEY VINDER, FALSE PRETENCES.-Monday last, ;Messrs. Hatebell and Sbee appeared at this office on behalf of a gentleman named Mr. Jobn Aiken, to prefer a charge of obtaining: mo-iey under false pretences against a. MMr. William Uniaeke Culle
12 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW REPORT.

LAW REPORT.

L.4 BY REP P4 COURT'OF'EXCiEERYNSTIR;Y Baron Smnith eustered the court at twelve oclock,' Thre fiuliowing special jury were then sworn in the case of LYONS V. ISINGUAM, ANDoXiEks. W. Willans, 1. E._Hyndran, R.!-O'Gornan, J. Malleit," G. Howell, C. F. Dowling, C. Meara, J. Martin,
12 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I * ' '* '*• * '* ' k ** ci.nu.YMEN oB Tiit'UAtUmain GHDBCHE* 04 CONORlbAtldwi. '—• The Commutlonert appointtd

I * ' '* '*• * '* ' k ** ci.nu.YMEN oB Tiit'UAtUmain GHDBCHE* 04 CONORlbAtldwi. '—• The Commutlonert appointtd

bt) kis Mqjettg to the State of the Poor of Intend, nt/ue*t.thatifm "fM favor them with am early reply la the JhUuwing m? to many <f them »ay come witkimyomreogmuame*. 1. Have you any charitable fund, or funds, connected! with your church or congregation ? Should there be tay ch
12 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANK OF IRELAND.

BANK OF IRELAND.

A Genera] Court of Proprietors of Bank Stock was yesterday held at the bank, agreeable to charter, to receive the report from the Board of Directors of dividend to be made to -the proprietors Bank Stock, for the half year ending the Zsth instant; the Governor, William Cbaigneau
12 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHRISTMAS PARTIES.

CHRISTMAS PARTIES.

Christmas parties are almost always pleasant things. There is not enough of daylight for people to get tired of themselves and each other ; and the moment rooms are lit up and curtains let down, there seems a general tendency to good fellowship. In summer the housg becomes divid
12 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GOVERNMENT SINECURES

GOVERNMENT SINECURES

lrra<ni\ iM-fn linusiniitccl i*vt'r\ j!4T«on Or»vcrnmciil sim** ai* ruaiion, ie(|iiiring inmnntlinn «« iyv«- nne, for service, alien erunled.
12 December 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
TKAI.EE.

TKAI.EE.

Murder. —An inquest has just terminated on the body man, apparently a labourer, who was murdered ten days since a ruffian that was in his company, and his object was to tet Ids. which was in the unfortunate man's p issessiun. His body was foiled yesterday in a field off the road
12 December 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING ANECDOTE.

SPORTING ANECDOTE.

When I.ord Segrave came of age a grand ball was given at the castle, which wots honored hy the presence of his Majesty, then duke Clarence. Jerry Hankins had an invitation to it, and his wardrobe being overhauled for the occa> sion, he was found wanting only in a new pair of ker
12 December 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SOUTHERN REPORTER, AND CORK CO.M.VtERCIAE COUIUCIi.

THE SOUTHERN REPORTER, AND CORK CO.M.VtERCIAE COUIUCIi.

THE SOUTHERN REPORTER, AND CORK COUIUCIi. COMB ' V 1 •A*. EETING of the citizens DUBLIN. rtirivta t/i,* tno'tting.) v b\.i k, *tc. rf—-For several days a re•q«Si»itioff, num«.rou7Tjn!ffWl'W! has appeared in this and other Journals, upon the Lord Mayor convene a meeting Citizens D
12 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR LAW COMMISSION.

POOR LAW COMMISSION.

The public is aware that there is a Commission of Inquiry into the stale of the Irish Poor now in progress. On former occasion we Queries circulated by this Commission. We shall now publish three seta of Qutries.addressed respectively by the Commissioners to the Magistrates asse
12 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland