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THE GROCERS' AND VINTNERS' SOCIETY—GRAND ANNIVERSARY BALL.

THE GROCERS' AND VINTNERS' SOCIETY—GRAND ANNIVERSARY BALL.

THE GROCEaS' AND VINTNERS, SOCIETY-rGRAND I -. ANNIVERSARY BALL., 8, Ihe first anniversary ball of the 'irooers' and Vintners' So- ciety of this city came off last night, in the Rotondo, and was characterised by an amount of eclat and brilliancy that must have surpassed the most
11 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DARGAN INSTITUTE—SPLENDID BUST OF MR. DARGAN.

DARGAN INSTITUTE—SPLENDID BUST OF MR. DARGAN.

IDARGAN INSTiTUTE-SPLENDID BUST OF MB. I-DARGAN. The committee met yesterday at their office in the Com- mercial Buildings, at three o'cloch. (Hojiaos RoE, Esq., was called to the chair. The secretary read the following letter:- "Claridge's Hotel, Brooke-street, London, Hay S, 18
09 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SMITHFIELD CATTLE MARKET—YESTERDAY.

SMITHFIELD CATTLE MARKET—YESTERDAY.

SMITHFI.ELD CATTLE MAwRRT-YESRDAIZ. Beasts, 4,s;6; sheep and lambns, 2I,8a0 oalves,29; piga, 280. Prices-Beef, 2s 8d to 49 t6d; mutton, 8s 10d to a-; veal, 4e 2d to fd 10d; purk, to 8d to bs; lamb, 6e 4d to 69 4d. ?? 498; sheep, 220;, calves, 179.- Spauish-*Sheep, 176, Sco~tolx-B
09 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

L' A U W INTELLIGENCE. , | COURT OF CEHACERY-YESTERDAY. The Lord Chancellor sat at eleven o'clock. Afiacnatanee v. Vincent. This cause came, before the conrt' on the Master's report and merits. The onlyquestions to be decided were questions as to the allocation of coats. The caus
09 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NUNNERIES QUESTION.

THE NUNNERIES QUESTION.

*~ ~ NNNRE Q !i tgx4~B6UESTION. i ,.i} I A. THE A* numerouslyrattended wieseting was -h,e41d on.. MIo,&May night in the'tbeatre for'thepu~rpose:of. protesting against the bill ilitroducad by" Mr. 'Chamberas;for ~the visitstion of coD-. ventualestablishmoents The admission was byt
10 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHESTER RACES-WENESDAY, MAY 10TH

CHESTER RACES-WENESDAY, MAY 10TH

THE CUP DAT. The Tradesmen's Plate of 200 sots, specie, added to a Handicap Sweepstakes of 25 sovs. each, 15 ft, and 2 only If declared, &c.; the second to receive sots, out of the stakes. Certain penalties. Cup Course. About two miles and a quarter. subs., 102 of whom declared,
12 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Pressntation Plate.—A richly chased massive silver rtWer has been jait completed bj Mpuh. W*t«r house, and Co., for presentation to

Pressntation Plate.—A richly chased massive silver rtWer has been jait completed bj Mpuh. W*t«r house, and Co., for presentation to

the Her. Mr. Norton. Messrs. Waterhouse hare also completed very elegant and | richly chased silver cup, for presentation to Sergeantmajor William D'Donnell, 27th Regiment, as a token of esteem and respect, by the Sergeants of the Inniskillings, after a period of twenty-eight ye
12 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBERED ESTATES. IN THE COURT THE COMMISSIONERS FOR THE SALE INCUMBERED ESTATES IRELAND. SALE TUESDAY, THE 13th DAY JUNE, 1854.

INCUMBERED ESTATES. IN THE COURT THE COMMISSIONERS FOR THE SALE INCUMBERED ESTATES IRELAND. SALE TUESDAY, THE 13th DAY JUNE, 1854.

COUNTY OK SIONAUiIAN. In tho Matter tliol Commissioners Efltateof M;iry Jobnson, wllow *- will, on THURSDAY, tho Maria Johnson, spinster, Mar. 13th day of JUNE, at the tha Dudgeon, otherwise John- hour Twelve o'clock, at noon, son, widow, and JaueJohusoD, their Court, No. 14, He
12 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FINAL NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT. In tho Matter of the Es-1 LL Persons intotate of William Edward Ellis

FINAL NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT. In tho Matter of the Es-1 LL Persons intotate of William Edward Ellis

| ii- rested are hereby re. aud James Ennis, quired to take Notice, that the Owners; J- Commissioners have Bold one Exparte undivided moiety of the resi- William O'Sullivan, ! duejof term of 099 years, under Petitioner. ' a lease bearing datethe 17th day of July. 1740, of all th
12 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A deputation from the Liverpool Steamship' Association had an interview with the Right Hon. E. Cardwell, and Lord Stanley of

A deputation from the Liverpool Steamship' Association had an interview with the Right Hon. E. Cardwell, and Lord Stanley of

Alderly, yesterday, the Board Trade, on the subject of the Merchant Shipping bill. The deputation consisted of Mr. Robt. Lamont (chairman), Mr. Win. Hatfield, Mr. M'Elroy, and Mr. Benjamin I. Thomson (secretary to the association). The deputation was accompanied by Mr. Horsfall,
08 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland