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THE CORRUPTION COMMITTEE.

THE CORRUPTION COMMITTEE.

(FIJOE OUR OWN IRtPORTUR.) London, TAhureday, a The committee sat again to-day at twelve o'clock; all the ie members were present, Mr. HeNLuy, chairman, le Mr. Butt, Mr. Keogh, Lord Hotham Mr. Moore, Mr. a Bright, Mr. Vernon, Lord Barrington, Mr. Montz, Colonel :- Irtirik, and M
11 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY.

THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY.

TV (From thse Nefati.) The Very Reverend the Rectcr of Ilea Catholic Univor- aity has been for the last fortnight in Ireland, and busily engeged, it ie said, in laying his foundations. The Funde now hold some 50,0001, tc thoe credit of the trustees, ?? ll ample annual income has
08 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT—YESTERDAY.

INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT—YESTERDAY.

INCUMBEkEP ESTATES COURT-YESTr8DAY. I (Before Mr. Commisioner Hargreave in Chamber.) Id re Lord Glengall's estate. Mr. Walsh, on behalf of Lord Glengall and his trustees, moved that inasmuch as Mr. John Sadleir, M.P., had not lodged a sum of 10,0001., a portion of the purchase mo
10 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS—THURSDAY, MARCH 9.

DUBLIN MARKETS—THURSDAY, MARCH 9.

i UPBLiw MARKETS-.THunSD6A, MaI 0. (Accurn bely repnrgabu for the itee dwofh). The flue genlal werther noticed by usw Ot T heeday COflbenilSi I der that peat pror as has been made Int faror l-vOWiig, as wrell as plnting, being rnaterqally forwarded- At rno p rind has employment b
10 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

2:mprii:a#l WlarItamcnt. NOUSE OF LORDS*Frnna; SaII 10. The Loan O ?? took his seaatat Eli-P o clock. The M1rarquis oFL LADO\VNE aresenred a netition front toe corporation of Dlurharn, in f:avour of refOrmla- tore institutions for juvenile oii'undels. Tita CUEUTAN tPOP'LTaflT.-N
13 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRICES OF IRISH SHARES.

PRICES OF IRISH SHARES.

PlRIC'IS QF ?? SIAIA'EES. BASNiKS SD RAILWAYS 2 I_ _ RANKs. &C cI i cv f Nortlien, Ba,_k It)) - I ' _et5 _n _ U i_ u It) _ ! Si~lwtlvxiY . ^ ?? ?? iv -tt 1 t ;JT 6.8 1301fast 13amik ?? ?? RI je) ; 57, t ?? Ulster Bank ?? 2 ii. ' [Is F Provillal i ?? I- in' x 10) 1, " 4' R 'lo -al
13 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT.—FRIDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT.—FRIDAY.

B};1JAST POICE COURT.F -nl Dr.& o [Before W. S. Tr.w Esq., R.T or.1 rr O ~vebnXl^e] F aqker [Ll ' anes Kurno lkO, v. nee conimi l, tori for tl`l ait tire Assizrs. for breakirng illt, a heirsi of M icroaras ?? Corporatioll Street. Butt were old OfiLelders. T/ounals Baker, Frawreri
13 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEW REVELATION.—HARMONIAL PROGRESS.

THE NEW REVELATION.—HARMONIAL PROGRESS.

THE NEW REVEION.-HAhMONIAI, PROGRESS. SPnI'RT-Rtss'e'!a has gone a-head its America. Its dis- ciples do not yet equal the Mormons In numbers, but they fully match tben in faith; nor is the material or war wanting. The test of a modern movement is its power to establish an organ;,
13 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEST INDIA, MEXICAN, AND PACIFIC MAILS.

WEST INDIA, MEXICAN, AND PACIFIC MAILS.

WEST INDIA, 12EXICAN, AND PACIFIC MAILS. SOUTIIrsAeTON, M.Rcn 7.-The Royal mail steam-ship Mfagdcaience, Captain George Abbott, arrived this morning, at 7 o'clock, with the usual West India, Mexican, and Pacific mails. On freight, this steamer brings specie value £567,000 sterlin
10 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fashion and Varieties.

Fashion and Varieties.

IF a -1 b t an all F, ariair5. THE COLUT. Plie Queen heliX a Courtoni Tue-sdav afte-,rn-oon, at But-kimghain Palace. Sir Hamilton SIvnielor, G.CJI., ha"d an rtiidiclnteof hi-l MNaj ,stv, on his return from St. Pett-rsburtig S~r ltaq'eikrn was introduced hr the Earl of Clarendoir,
10 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland