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THE LIVERPOOL MERCURY, TUESDAY. JANUARY 4. 1848 IRELAND

... tho bench was, that tb* wall should bo lor oiled, MORB CONCILIATION.** Mr. Henry Grattan, M.P , has directed his solicitor to apply for criminal information against Mr. John Rey- M. P., for tha words attributed to tbe latter, in speech delivered in Con ...

LANCASTER ASSIZES

... Foreman. The Hon. Colin Lindsay, Halgh Hall. A. R. Ford, Esq., Ellel Hall. Major Gen. Sir Thomas Whitehead, K. C. B., lplauds. John Fowden Haindle, Esq., Woodfold Park. Sir Thos. George Heeketh, BHrt., Rufford Hal. J. Cunliffe, Esq., Myerscougb House. T. ...

IRELAND

... and the Poetry of the Rsfltim The last witnem called was Charles Hovreaden, a Dublin police inspector.,wb,) pleae that Mr. John O'~Ounuelt aud Dr. Gray had acted as atebltratorsti Inthe 33iakrkock Arbitration Couit-Oit croasaexaminadion the wtmtness said ...

LAW

... witness placed himself under a sofa in the back drawing-room with the aid of a persoti named John Thomas, valet to Lord William Paget. Ot that day Lord Cardigan came to Queen-street as was ex- pected. He and Lady William Paget were alone in the drawing-room ...

COURT COMMON PLEAS

... driving Col. Arm. strong's carriage occasionally to Lord Mielbourne's and leaving Sirs. N. there for an hour or so, while iliss Arm- strong remained in the carriage-taking a drive in the in- terim. In cross examination lie admitted that Sliss Arm- strong must ...

IRELAND

... Orange. cal men bad met hundreds of times, not only with muelo an banol in na. ness, but with arms; they had often been tried for using these T1 .t- arms, but only for, using them i for: It was never asserted Ie that the meetings were illegal, and when ...