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attention was callt'il the hon. inemtn-r lor M**ath (Mr. 11. Grattan} former 1 refer the Bpe«*ial Constables ..

... attention was callt'il the hon. inemtn-r lor M**ath (Mr. 11. Grattan} former 1 refer the Bpe«*ial Constables Act, ami 3 Wm. IV., c. 108. That act a vcrj useful power to the Lord Lieutenant for carrying into active exercise those duties which devolve upon ...

THE EARL OF CARDIGAN AND CAPTAIN REYNOLDS. (COMUUPOMDUICC TW» ■EmAUI.) Brighton, Wedne*dar, tot M. Tho charge ..

... THE EARL OF CARDIGAN AND CAPTAIN REYNOLDS. (COMUUPOMDUICC TW» ■EmAUI.) Brighton, Wedne*dar, tot M. Tho charge upon which Captain Richard AnthooT is about triodbefore ooart-martial tie barrack*. on Friday neat baa already been before the public. It founded ...

PRICE POUR PENCE. REGISTRY OF ARMS

... omitted: so that John Murphy in one locality can lend his arms to another John Morphy another locality. From the foregoing defects it is evident that the authorities could not raise an arms-bearing levy masse, nor could they select, call in ...

SPREAD OF TEMPERANCE

... the lady John Brcnan, Eoq. Kingstown Lodge, of daughter. March 30, at Withington, near Manchester, the lady of George Oswald, Esq., of daughter. March 2S, at I-oughgall, the lady of the Her. Hugh Hamilton Madden. of sou. March 29, the lady of John R. Young ...

REPEAL ASSOCIATION

... there. At one o'clock, upon the motion of Mr. William S. O’Brien, M.P., who entered the Hall, accompanied by Mr. H. Grattan, M.P., and Mr. John O'Connell, M.P., The chair was taken by Counsellor Dbvitt. Tho Chairman, upon taking his seat, addressed the meeting ...

MARRI \OB IN HIGH LIFE

... meeting,—via. :—Francis L. Dtra.-i. John Wakely, W. U. Thomas Murray, George Rait, Sylvester Riit, Charles Meredith, William Murray. J. T. Atkins. George Newsome, Richard Grattan, and Wybrants, Esqrs.; Captain Dimts; Revs. John E. Murray, Thomas Marshall, and ...

IMPERIAI. PARLIAMENT

... application had been made bv officer of the Central Criminal Court for copy the depositions taken in the trial the Earl of Cardigan to be produced on the trial of Captain Douglas, ami moved that the depositions sent by one of their lordships’ officers, ...

PRIVATE ENTREE

... Dr.Vltzgibbon. John Close. Dr. M'Donnell. 8.F.T.C.D. ; Dr. Cooke. R. Diokson, Tboraaa Baker. Robert Le Poer, M'Clintock, the Dean of Chapel Royal. Robert Herrtage, John 11. Mason, Chaplain the Arcbbiahop of Dublin; B. 11. Johnson, John William Stubbs ...

THE EVENING PACKET, THURSDAY, 6 JANUARY, 1848,

... house. Mary Gleeson, examined Mr. Plunket knew John Kelly, th. deceased. I lived about half milo trom his house. I know William Ryan, (Puck,) the prisoner at the bar. long know anything. 1 remember the day John Kelly was killed. saw the prisoner that evening ...

OTRAOEB AOAI

... this Grattan. country (Hear.) I wish could agree with those gentle- Mr. Grattan here said that he had been mistaken in men who sav so. I have read over verv carefully the speech w hat he said respecting Mr. Carroll proposing him on a for©f Lord John Russell ...