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INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT—YESTERDAY.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT—YESTERDAY.

,1NSOLVE1i; DEBTORS' COURTJ-YESTWJDAY. . (efore Mir. Co'ninissioner Curran.) IEe,;. James Fultnman insolvent. Mr. Commissioner Curran proceeded to give judgment ip this case, the particulars of which appeared before the public in the jiJstasAsN'8 JOURSNAL of Thursday last. His Ir
05 January 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMISSION FOll THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE RIVER SHANNON. ACT 3 & WILLIAM IV., CAP. G7. Notice is hereby given, THVr

COMMISSION FOll THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE RIVER SHANNON. ACT 3 & WILLIAM IV., CAP. G7. Notice is hereby given, THVr

the CommUMoners for the Improvement of the Navigation of the River Shannon, will attend at the in the Town of LONGFORD, on Friday the lltL unoary, 1839, to declare their Awards for the value aevcral Ilouses, Lands, Tenements, Mills, Weirs, and Premises for which evidence'was pro
05 January 1839 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FRANCE. The deputation from the Chamber of Peers waited on the King with the address from that body, nine o’clock on Sunday evening, when Louie Philippe was pleased to reply follows Gcotlemcn of the Chamber of Peers, I am deeply affected by the congratulations which you present
05 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ST. GEORGE’S PARISH—CHURCH CESS.

ST. GEORGE’S PARISH—CHURCH CESS.

A meeting of the inhabitants of this parish was held last ntghf, at No. 70, Upper Dorset-atreet, for the purpose of raising funds, organising the best and most effective legal mode defence, and retaining counsel to resist the payment of church cess. Mr. O’Hacan was in the chair.
05 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ComruAcr TO Mcuor. cwnncna Comtination.— Samurl Bemictt, paimor. Tbomu piinu-r's labourer, and Miehotl Stanley, paintar »rr» h. up

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ComruAcr TO Mcuor. cwnncna Comtination.— Samurl Bemictt, paimor. Tbomu piinu-r's labourer, and Miehotl Stanley, paintar »rr» h. up

euatody at Hrnry-atrnt, on Wrdanday. painter named Michael Kelly, with ha vine rnnwih-j * murder one Moaaa Byrne, gutkeeper at Uublm Gbl! Bottle ( ompaay. Mr. Dufy, to Kelly—You are old - mine. « Kelly—l wa» here once before, your wonhip. Mr. Duffy-Y«u were brought before me. eo
05 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE CORPORATION—THE RECORDER.

THE CORPORATION—THE RECORDER.

A meeting of the members of the Common Council tool place yesterday, pursuant to summons, receive the poet o' the Parliamentary coromittece, and to found resolutions thereon. The sheriffs, Messrs. Grant and Taylor, In the chair. Mr. Lono, in consequence of there not being house
01 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW LADY OF THE BEDCHAMBER.

NEW LADY OF THE BEDCHAMBER.

The Morning Chronicle of yeiterday announces that (he Marchioness of lireatUlbanc succeeds the Countess of Durham Lady of the Bedchamber to the Queen. (From the Court Circular of yesterday.) The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had an evening party and supper on Nev Year's eve at C
03 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARMAGH—TRIUMPH OF THE LIBERAL

ARMAGH—TRIUMPH OF THE LIBERAL

We have much gratification in publishing the follow tag communication from our own Correspondent;— Armagh, WroursDAV.—The registry of our Borough commenced yesterday, and finished this morning follows, via. Liberals of 1832, re-registered, 44 Do. new registry, 10 total. Tories o
03 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
hope they will never sit ilown patiently under their oppressors ; but that they will out, on pilgrimage of trade,

hope they will never sit ilown patiently under their oppressors ; but that they will out, on pilgrimage of trade,

carrying with them the spirit of liberty aud enlightenment over Europe. If Manchester must needs stand still, or retrograde, shall deeply lament; but, tyranny and ignorance, in times past, drove manufactures and commerce from the Continent, to seek an asylum in Britain, so let L
03 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TESTIMONIAL TO DR. PAUL

TESTIMONIAL TO DR. PAUL

Uev. and Dear Sib, TTONOUR to whom honour due” a divine precept, most willingly obeyed by few admirers of your noble advocacy of the cause of Civil and Religious Liberty; and we trust, that obedience to it your behalf will not be the less grateful as the spontaneous expression o
03 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland