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GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN IRELAND

... Majesty's Government had granted to the PEfessors of Queen's College re- tiring allowances, on the sarme footinig as other civil servants of tile Crown. asked the Government to extend a similar boon to Professors of the As- sembly's iollege. In reply, ...

Law

... founded. P'r- vious to the passing of that act, Mr. Miteliel was, aut still is, the projirietor of a newspalier,c i titled the United lrishmu7uan. Proin the publication of the verY ftist numbter of that paper, the articles pulslishied in it were of a tendenicy ...

LOCAL COURTS OF BANKRUPTCY (IRELAND)

... t po ony offi'ner of any recor6.er'o ccu't or civil vil hill c unt, who may be appointed to be an ex rfficor rf a local hankruptoy court. The wl Lord Chanoellor shall, with the ooncurrenos tli of the Civil Servioe Commissioners, make by regmlatione as ...

CAVAN AND LEITRIM COUNTY COURTS

... Geneicral for Ireland ,whether the Counties of ('avail and LCitrilld wvere united in onec county' cu e ip February, 1878 ; whether the. I dates for holding quarter sessiolu, civil hill, and land courts in these counties t were dllv fiXod, pUr- suant to ...

FENIANISM

... men to Cork as a compliance with the memorial of the magistrates, and for the purpose of co-operating, if necessary, with civil power in carrying out the provisions of the Peace Preservation Act. Mr. Stephens, for whom the reward of £200 was offered on ...

STATE PROSECUTIONS

... in crown as in civil cases. The ATTOIRNEY.GENFRAL replied that it was; an said that such being the case, the pleas tendered could II be roccived, for the time was elapsed and the parties wer too late according to the practice in civil cases The CHIEF ...

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... - knows well the enemy wham he has to encounter, N and he is at the same time as capable a civil ad- ministrator as any man in the whole of her Ma- jestvs Civil Servicr (Cheers.) He has at his side Sir George White-(ohedrs)2'Sir Archibald Hunter -(cheers)-and ...

LAW REPORTS

... he was a w ad man of no means. He had been a civil engineer in at ly New York, and after entering the United States an he army he went to New Orleans. He held the poee. at 'as tion of captain in the United States army. He M i'B admitted that he cohabited ...

DUBLIN LAW COURTS

... but that which in truth was or of right oulght to be by the ancient laws of the realm parcel of the king's jurisdiction and united to his Imperial Crown, and which law- fully had been exercised within the realm. In the reign of Henry II.1, by the ancient ...

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE

... adjourned until 10-30 this morn a RECORD COURT. Mr. Justice JOHNsON sat yesterday in this Court and continued the hearing of civil bill appeals. EMrPLOYERS' LIABILITY CASE. 1ME:S REYNOLDS (DEPENSDAJNT). APPELLANT PATa1CK rsEPN? (PLrI.rTIFr), uESPONDENT. ...

TRIAL OF COLONEL M'LEOD

... alleged, that it was a transaction more of a military than a civil character -that being so organised it was not to be governed by the rules which prevail in courts o'ijustice where the civil and municipal law alone prevails. It is right gentlemen, that ...

THE MURDER OF DISTRICT-INSPECTOR MARTIN

... ii Onanish. Of ~iitir-tiiItt-] iai atbinlieritcd the(, ci tein ct- of an1 adlvanchio civil ia- tii tion. hut 1 dlon't tiii ni the w.orld ?? {-V0'r bii Sl th civil ied as, to slil nit of iriore rut enl s tet ia ut armted rebel! on in a i:t -o~t fw'h iont ...