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POLICE-OFFICE

... they administer tbeir own affairs. Most of the Spaiish histosies have also men. tloned this secluded spot, atid from their united testimony, it appears that the French, nnder Louis the Pious, entered Spain with a powerful army, on pretext of assisitng ...

ELFFAST PROTESTANT PETITION

... &fr signature in this town and its rci- llity To ehr Right ion,. and Ron. tke Knigids, Citizens, and Bur-: veeseg, of tie United ICingdoa of Great Britain and Iretand, , in Parliament asseembled; The Petitibri of the undersigned Protestant inriabitants ...

COUNTY OF ANTRIM ASSIZES

... derable extent and increasing population was included in ?? of ?? oftCarrickfergus, which it ?? be quite impracticable to unite with thatof Antrim, if the site of the Gaol were changed. A separate Assize must, in compliance with charters from its Sovereigns ...

COURT OF KING'S BENCH.—(SECOND DAY.)

... to your country, -or else the most arrant cowardice, or, if you please, treachery, cowarduice, and artifice united. Ho.M have -you avoided a civil waf ? By suffering the sanguinary Papist to issue forth from his deni, and murder his Protestant fellow-subject ...

COUNTY OF WESTMEATH SPRING ASSIZES

... process serverto his house, it would be well if he would in- struct an attorney te receive and appear to the Wvi it. To this civil letter the defendant did not reply, but shortly afterwards wrote the following letter to Mrs. Nugent, in which, after acknowledging ...

DOWN ASSIZES

... ministers of any religion should be entitled to public maintenance, must be the superior excellence oftheir religious system, no civil legislature can be comnpetent to render such maintenance compulsory, because it would be thereby assuming the right to decide ...

RECORDER'S COURT, SATURDAY

... repair to the thea~re; Inderwick happens to be seated bejind Boyin, le asks hin to take off his hat; 'Bo-ivlan-tells him in a civil to'e, that he has a severe cold ; loderwick knocks off his hat ; Boylan calls on Indervick for his card; Kernan, who thinks ...

ARREST OF MR. O'CONNELL

... could. Mr. ( CoNNELL-_Tien, out of respect to you as private gentle- men I take offiny hat,-I shaill not be outdone by you in civility. (TlI-eHon. Member then laid his hat on the table.) I now wish to now, sir, why you sent your pickpocket catchers after ...

HENRY-STREET POLICE-OFFICE—YESTERAY

... pension and a Peeruge at the end of the present Parliament. His eldest son is next in succession to the largest sinecure in tlie United Kingdom, viz. Registrar of the Prerogative Court in Doctors' Commons. It is said to be intended to bring in an act of Parliament ...

COURT OF KING'S BENCH—LONDON, TUESDAY

... D)E OF TI-11O U N I I 2j JK1?SLG Dw The folios ing condensation of a ccmplacated figure stiteztt relates to the trade of the United Kingdom ?? 0FFtIC1AL VALUE or' IMPORCTS AND EXPOaTS I,,, cne,5T AND IREaLAND FOR. THE YEARS ENDPI'G 5TIt JANLIAR,4~ AND 1fi5i ...

BELFAST SESSIONS

... of Holywood-one of those unhallowved assemblages that so wo- fully retard the progress of society in moral and religious civilization. Belfast, on tbis ocasion, contributed the nusic, the whiskey, and the -patronage. TwU poor blind imen employed as musicians ...

THE BRIGHION MURDER

... though done by con- tract, will skaith the countryof as large a sum-as would defray the a expense of the civil establishment of the President of the United of States of America fer ten yeais ! On these and other accounts, we trust the gala will be postpaned ...