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INSPECTION OF NUNNERIES—MR. WITHESIDE'S LAW.

INSPECTION OF NUNNERIES—MR. WITHESIDE'S LAW.

Ej re $tcnaz tommta . DUBLIN, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 18$4. INSPECTION OF NUNNEEIES-MR WHITESIDE'S I I ~~LAW. A numerously signed and influential requisition a appears in the Cork Examiner, convening a meeting p of the citizens to-day to petition against the Inspec- p tiorn of' Nunneri
24 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BOUSE OP COMMORS-HoirttAT.

BOUSE OP COMMORS-HoirttAT.

Tb* SpaalM Um (Mr fbar •’riwk. Mr. J.^BwwU^wkehwU 10 soopioQ rciercnee um spßouM tj ■Tntfn~i i» report i)m ElmUm Com* <*s’. .-* • *r*■*■.••; • • Bill tea Lard J. Ramil said tba Ananey-Oraaral for Ira* lead bad iaattaailaaa la a««d ia rat Mtiar. Lard i. Raanll iba Oteba Bill aaii
24 March 1854 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS-QUEENSTOWN.

SHIP NEWS-QUEENSTOWN.

March 23-Wind K. Arrived—Amazon, Couta, London, Bermuda, troop*; Albert, steam tug; Juverna steamer; Thomas, Jervis, Bangor, Cork, slate; Saucy Jack, Lee, Ardrossan, coals and iron, Marseilles ; Esther, I>avies, Southampton, Cork, hoops; Palmyra, Morris, Hull, Cork, maize; Glean
24 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNGARVAN ELECTION COMMITTEE—Thursday.

DUNGARVAN ELECTION COMMITTEE—Thursday.

The members of the committee appointed to try the return of Mr. J. P. Maguire for this borough, assembled today for the first time. Mr. Napier occupied the chair and the other members were Mr. H. Bailie, Mr. Brand, Captaiu Gladstone, and Mr. Price. Mr. E. James, Q.C., Mr. Huddle
24 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
GAMING HOUSES.

GAMING HOUSES.

The ATTORNEY GENERAL moved for leave bring in a bill for the suppression of Gaming Houses. Although the law of England had succeeded in effectively preventing public gaming to the desired extent,the case of private gaming had not yet been accomplished. All legislation upon the s
24 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EDWARD ARNOLD, NAVAL AND MILITARY TAILOR, Not. 1 2, Winthrop Street, tPatrick Street), tori. EDWARD ARNOLD begs to inform hit

EDWARD ARNOLD, NAVAL AND MILITARY TAILOR, Not. 1 2, Winthrop Street, tPatrick Street), tori. EDWARD ARNOLD begs to inform hit

Friends and the Public, that he has transferred his business from 35, Cook Street, to the above Establishment. The enlargement of his business obliged him to seek more extensive premises than those which he had hitherto occupied, and having added the Ready made Department, he tr
24 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IN THE COURT OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR BALE OF INCUMBERED ESTATES IREUND. COUNTY OF CORK. VALUABLE INTERESTS. In the Matter

IN THE COURT OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR BALE OF INCUMBERED ESTATES IREUND. COUNTY OF CORK. VALUABLE INTERESTS. In the Matter

of the Estate of WILLIAM CROOKE and THOMAS EPINETUS CROOKE, Esqrs., Owners and Petitioners. Pursuant to the Directions of the Commissioners, Mr. Frederick Hall, of the City of Cork, Auctioneer, will offer the following Properties for SALE AUCTION, in Two Lots, at his AUCTION ROO
24 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNG ARYAN ELECTION COMMITTEE.

DUNG ARYAN ELECTION COMMITTEE.

The members of this committee met morning at twelve o'clock in the committee room No. 16. The members of the eommittte are:—Tbe Rigbt Hon. Joseph Napier (Chapman), Mr. H. J. Bailie. Mr. Brand, Capt. Gladstone, and Mr. Price. The petition against the return of Mr. Maguire, the ma
24 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS—Tuesday, March 21. ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IRELAND. Lord CLANCARTY desired to draw the attention of the government, and of any of their lordships who felt interested in the administration of justice in Ireland, to case, which he would read a statement, that bad
24 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE JEOLIAN MANTLE. ROWNE AND PAYNE NKW Patron » «" »« '.T bM been bj and is certainly the most

THE JEOLIAN MANTLE. ROWNE AND PAYNE NKW Patron » «" »« '.T bM been bj and is certainly the most

stylinh garment ever introduced. It can worn a Coat or Cape ; external appearance only con. ' P „".°»"ttHl "'Tf'T characteristic a gentle- Smfn» L »en«rl ?' urablllt J r «■"» exquisite finish it is daily trivrelltnff dri»in<» 6 * r <*»n>menils itself particularly for several mad
24 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland