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DUBLIN QUARTER SESSIONS.

DUBLIN QUARTER SESSIONS.

DUBLIN QUARTER SESSIONS (Before the Right ilon. the Itoolina.) A L L E G E D A D t L. T E R A 'f I ON X O F r A C C o. Bishop v. I/drkewi. This was an appeal from the ;tnidtidioationi of onie of tir ma g ortiati' of the 1l1ad Polwte offie, who dis- missed the complaint of Mr. Bis
23 January 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

Down and Connor and Dromore Church Education Society- TIlE AN No'UALTN 1 \ MEE IN S OP THE:, - T M~-Thk~r~and(. Priencl-t id thlis > )ictfl' Hiiil i'e c b101i. (Cot wllig inl thel COniTM el'iA -ttiitBiill-S t~. on S I'li,'sdavn al~t. the 24th Janutary. inlstant. Tbe Psiirht vi 5-
23 January 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RELIEF OF THE POOR—MEETING AT THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE THIS DAY.

RELIEF OF THE POOR—MEETING AT THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE THIS DAY.

RELIEF OF THE POOR—MEETING AT THE CHAMBER COMMERCE THIS DAY. The meeting announced to be held, order to take measures for the relief of the poor, through the agency of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, took place to-day, in tbe Chamber of Commerce, at two o'clock. Ilia Worship
27 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CONFESSION OF A MURDER BY A SOLDIER.

CONFESSION OF A MURDER BY A SOLDIER.

CONFESSION OF A MURDER A SOLDIER. PtYMotitH, ian. 16.—1t will remembered that about three weeks since private soldier of the 50th Rejtt., named Benjamin M'Donald, who had been apprehended for desertion, stated that he had murdered a woman named Thorn, who had followed the regimen
23 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The English Equity Courts.—We understand that on Saturday at a meeting of tbe leading members of tbe equity bar, a

The English Equity Courts.—We understand that on Saturday at a meeting of tbe leading members of tbe equity bar, a

resolution was agreed to confining the Qaeen's Cuuniel to practice in one particular conrt, and not to receive briefs in any other.— Globe. Mr. Monsell, M.P., bad interview with the Chancellor of the Exchequer on Monday, at his official residence in Downing-street. The Rev. B. W
27 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST PARTICULARS.

LATEST PARTICULARS.

Examiner Offic, P.M. We have just received the following additional particulars per telegraph. " Prince steamer returned—bringing two hundred sad fifty persons—part crew and passengers. ' " There were about 200 females and perhaps 50 children on board—all of those, with the exce
23 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE OFFICE.—Saturday.

POLICE OFFICE.—Saturday.

POLICE OFFICE.— Saturday. (Before Captain White.) Mr. Fitzgerald appeared on behalf of a man named Leahy, the owner a lighter, William of Douglas, to seek compensation for damage done to the lighter by the schooner Titania, Captain Procter, consigned to Mr. John Shea. Mr. Julian
23 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK, BLACKROCK, AND PASSAGE RAILWAY.

CORK, BLACKROCK, AND PASSAGE RAILWAY.

Revenue for past week, jtflos 9s. lOd.; number of Passengers, 5,835. Corresponding week last year, 147 4s. Bd.; number of passengers, 8,974.
23 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

Owing to the continuously tempestuous state th« wta. tber, the wires of the Tclegrsph have been in some parts of the line broken, sod csnnot, therefore, give th« intelligence we otherwise should for our readers.— Active efforts however are making to repair the dsmage, and in oor
25 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DANGERS OF THE IRISH CHANNEL.

THE DANGERS OF THE IRISH CHANNEL.

The lamentable catastrophe the emigrant ship, John Tayleur,' ia additional proof to many which this winter has produced, of the danger of Liverpool as port of departure for the Western World. The ill-fated vessel left the Mersey on Thursday, and after beating about for two days
25 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland