DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY

... before them. He also a found, in a room up stairs, six or sight men drinking %, porter or beer, asid the gas lighticig. LI John Flinn (for the defendant) deposed that he ruicol- it lected the 10th of June lost; be lodged in Mr. Rafferty's ti house for ...

OLD BAILEY SESSIONS

... O'HARA, aged 28, chair- maker, was capitally indicted for maliciously stabbing John Trapp with intent to kill or murder him, or to do him some grievous bodily harm. John Trapp examined: I am a printer, and know the prisoner; he is a chair-maker, and ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... Wacott, a painter, was finally examined yesterday before Mr. Alderman Kelly, charged with stealing £4 from James Langdon,of Cardigan. 'Ihe complainant had just arrived fram St. Helena en his way to Wales, and in his eagerness to see something from his native ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... for upwards of an hour, and at length re- turned a vedidlt for the plaintiff for the amountclaimed, 751. 5,, and 6d. costs. JOHN HAIG V. ROBERT WALLACE. Mfr. GAYER opened the pleadings. This was an action o replevin to recover 27 puncheons of whiskey. ...

INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT—YESTERDAY

... vice Col. Brutton, who goes out; so that the Earl of Cardigan, late of the 15th Hussars, is now senior commanding officer of Ithe regiment, which may be expected home in a few weeks. ?? Sir John Keane was dangerously ill at l Bombay.-Limerick Chronicle ...

THE EXCISE

... witnesses connected with the Tea Trade were, Mr. Richar Twining, Mr. James Coutins, Mr.Edmund Edward Antrobus, MI William Fry, Mr. John Miller l(of the firm of Garrat and Co,) Mr. Wililam Brocksopp, Mr. Edward Edwards, Mr. William Ship ity (of the firm of Catheral ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... t Mr. Pi ot showed cause against making absolute the t conditional order had in the last termr. The libel and letter of v John Hugh Shiel, Esq., which appeared in the Pilot news- paper of the 9th of April last, having been read, Mr. Pigot proceeded to ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... release set aside, and having cer- tain accounts opened. The facts of the case were briefly as follows:-A person of the name of John Phepps Geary had carried on in the neighbourhood of Salisbury the busi- ness of a nursery gardener and seedsmen, and in the ...