POLICE

... POLICE. B3ow-STREET,.A COUNTRYMAN IN LONDON.- JOHN FERGUSON, a young man of respectable appearance, was yesterday brought up, charged with having burst open the door of James Nettle, living at No. 4, Brown's-buildings, Clare-market, and with assaulting ...

POLICE

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POLICE

... In the cront, hem- med round by pitkpockets. The plisorer stood ncxt to the pro- secutor, and, when the crowd woved, put one arm round the prosecutor's walist, and with the other pulled the w-tch out of the prosecutor's fob. WItness distinctly fass the ...

VICEREGAL COURT—LEVEE AT THE CASTLE

... C. D. Right Honourable, T. F. Kennedy. HoNounAsrnEs-Captain Southwell, Berkley, Wlood- house. SRSs-Wainriglrt Lynar, John Power, John Burk, Tho- mas Stap]es, Lieutenant-Colonel James Murray; W. R. Hamilton, President of the Royal Irish Academy; Richard ...

RESUMED INQUEST ON THE BODY OF MISS CASHIN

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DUBLIN POLICE—SATURDAY

... DU.bL1N POLlVE-ATTURDAY. , AitiAte-qUAr OFniCI. I., CAli4.-,Mr,'john Etch Iiim ws su . noned for having delayid 9'adibit Itd4 Payie into hii 4 alace of buieps, at ?? ?? e rt deing duly ijiade-, ' ?? U Upon .the ease. being qallea'on, Mr. Odiit*UlI tho ...

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY

... particular service:_ Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Chichester, from the half-pay Unattached, to be Lieutenant-Colonel; Captain John Grattan, from the half-pay unattached, to be Captain. BBREVET.-Captain Charles Boyd, of the 38th Foot, to be Major in the Army ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... from the county Wexford; he believes it is often the custom of one person to take the clothes of a friend without his leave. John Curran (195 B) stated that he lost a half sovereign out of his trunk on the night in question. Thomas Loftus (a supernumerary ...

LANCASTER ASSIZES

... hereondition, -Pl it nas shat the defendant had promised to elevate her to. \ ?? The following witnessei were then called:_ John Turner-I am a farmer, livirigin Poulton, at' Coi- niston Lake. I have lived'there'these twelveyears. The plain- i . tiff is ...

EXTRAORDINARY INSURANCE CASE

... draughts ; the camphor might hive been a powder, but he did not think it was. Witness received his lees from plaintiff. Harriet Grattan, servant, came with plaintiff and family From his house to town. On the day she died Mrs. Wain. 'ight gave her her medicine ...

BRISTOL POLICE

... beir. MA RRIED. Lately, at Bedminster church, Mr. John Hutchings, to Miss Maria Britton, both of this'city. October 17, Capt. Henry Rowland Brandreth, R. Engineers, to Mary Elizabeth, daughterof Henry John and Lady Mary Shep- pard, formerly of Park-street ...

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY

... only open for a fortnight, and he was not aware of the consequences. The defendant was fined in'the mitigated penalty or it. John Flood, Little Strand-street, was summnioned for a si- milar offence. Sergeant Campbell stated that between' two and three o'clock ...