INQUEST ON THE LATE MR. D. GRATTAN GUINNESS

... throat was affected ; , Mr. John Burke came in from the store at the mio- ment, and witness said to the deceased, in hie pre- since, Take care have they given you poison ? he then went into Mr. Burke's office; Mr. John Burke came running in, and asi| ...

FEARFUL SCENE AT CARDIGAN GAOL

... .FEARFUL SCENE, AT CARDIGAN GAOL. ATTEM5PT TO MURDER THE TURNKEY. One morning last week, the officials of' Cardigan gaol had a most frightful encounter with two desperate burglars, namad John Stuart and Henry Williams, awaiting their trials at the Assize ...

DARING ROBBERIES IN CARDIGAN

... DARING ROBBERIES IN CARDIGAN. Durio the ?? few Ivens F ?? 4Jfl5.Ea|sAWiXsD 1X5 'W.AflhJijJ.: During the past few weeks at Pendre, Cardigan, t Catherine.row aud Nortthgate-terrac e have been the scene of a number of impudent robberies, r committed by some ...

FEARFUL SCENE AT CARDIGAN GAOL

... WMA1RMUL SCENE AT CARDIGAN AO^L. One morning last week the officials of Oardigan Gaol had a frightful encounter with two desperate burglars, named John Stuart and Henry Williams, awaiting their trials at the assize. About six o'clock in the morning, as ...

LORD CARDIGAN AND THE BALAKLAVA CHARGE

... side-de-cam to Lord Cardigan, rode up to me, and said, 'M y lerd, ce you tell me where is Lord Cardigan P I replied tha Lord Cardigan had passed me scms time. Cptai Lockwood then rode away, and was, I believe, killed Lord Cardigan did not ride up to, ...

ROBBERY OF ARMS IN BELFAST

... 'ROBBERY OF ARMS IN BELFAST. I On Wednesday right, or Thursday rmorning, the ,stablisl-nent of Mr. John Neill, gunmaker, High- street, was felontously entered, and fire-arms of different descriptions stolen. It appears that the s wap was shut and properly ...

JOHN MITCHEL ON FROUDE

... thirtywomenand children; anda alad wan heard swearing that his arm was so tired with killing that he could ecarce lift his hand above his head. The main authority for all this Is Sir John Temple, whoed story Is foinded upon the famous follos of Depositions ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—THURSDAY

... DIrrisio--(Before Mr. O'Donel). a ?? s A voung man. named James -Frawily was I echalged on remand with baring stolen a cardigan jackes frtom .r John KM'DuDnenls shop, 4 Capel street. a Mr. Patriek Martin, assistant in the pawn offie, n1ig9 Gurch-street s'ated ...

TURNING THE TABLES

... Thursday John Grattane, of lIt, New- inn-yard, Shoreditch, was charged on re- mand at Guildhall with forging his unole's name to various hills of exchange. The evidence previously given was read over, and the mei facts were that William Grattan, the uncle ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... examining the books, the name of hir. Grattan ers was found inscribed on the fly leaves of several of the books. in The prisoners having been lodged in the station-house, in- kat formrtlon was sent to Mr. Grattan. es IlMr. Grattan who was in attendance to prosecute ...

NESTON LICENSING SESSIONS

... neighbour. bood.-Mr. Grattan next addressed the bench on behalf of the application of' Mr. Sharp, who, he said, had conducted a beerhouse at Gilbrook for eight years, and during that time there had been no complaintagainstthe house. Mr. Grattan also said that ...

COURT OF SESSION

... Smrith Kenisingtorn. ano ChrarlesI John M-ander, r-,cairet i.dutrrrt Grattan, Yuclca Lody;, Mount -ernion, near Glargrow, for roduc- tiers of a disposition granted is -favouar of ti~e -defender byv his brother Williami Grattan, rlt 23diI t~ebrarv RSG. Tire ...