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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 ...

THE LIVERPOOL MERCURY, TUESDAY. JANUARY 4. 1848 IRELAND

... tho bench was, that tb* wall should bo lor oiled, MORB CONCILIATION.** Mr. Henry Grattan, M.P , has directed his solicitor to apply for criminal information against Mr. John Rey- M. P., for tha words attributed to tbe latter, in speech delivered in Con ...

LANCASTER ASSIZES

... Foreman. The Hon. Colin Lindsay, Halgh Hall. A. R. Ford, Esq., Ellel Hall. Major Gen. Sir Thomas Whitehead, K. C. B., lplauds. John Fowden Haindle, Esq., Woodfold Park. Sir Thos. George Heeketh, BHrt., Rufford Hal. J. Cunliffe, Esq., Myerscougb House. T. ...

IRELAND

... and the Poetry of the Rsfltim The last witnem called was Charles Hovreaden, a Dublin police inspector.,wb,) pleae that Mr. John O'~Ounuelt aud Dr. Gray had acted as atebltratorsti Inthe 33iakrkock Arbitration Couit-Oit croasaexaminadion the wtmtness said ...

TRIAL OF WILLIAM DOVE FOR THE MURDER OF HIS WIFE, AT LEEDS, BY POISONING WITH STRYCHNINE

... spasmns or - jerkings of' the extremities ;the hands are wife To clenched; the muscles of the arms and lags are convulsed;- pens two ttsen the legs and arms are jerked; then chore is a difficulty of wasi -reepratriou, and painful efforts to get breash ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... Coleman, a mem- ber of the Grattan Club, said tbat on the Sunday night he heard i commotion outside, and on asking what wea the matter, was told r Callan's getting slaughtered. He rushed downstairs and saw Grogan, with arm raised, about to give Callan ...

A LADY POISONED IN LEEDS BY STRYCHNIA

... POISONED IN LEEDS BYI : , ^ i-STRYC HNIA. . I 1 I~tIJNIAordinso' d's' 0NU ST ' T.HE B0 D Y.. fattyml oh Yesterday week, Mr. John Blacheburnet coroner for Leels th sto edheld an inqueat t ?? bo ?? l el- of Mrs. Harriet Dove, aged- ?? lady who died in gret ...

LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT

... 10 , the - gedl With stealing a, Wil8on, la3ndl~adiy @of ~the V'roperty of rire. Sarah lane. Abondatwo of ltoh -10 Arms Ina, St. John's- soner Abu eentw H-'l o on Saturday morriug the pri- sone was seenm in Hil ield-straeetnoffTithebarn-street, -by Officer ...

TERRIBLE DOUBLE TRAGEDY IN LONDON

... Hoggstatedthatmany years ago he possessed a cardigan jacket, but the one found over his wife's face never belonged to him. When the perambulator was wheeled into the room for the witness to identify, he threw his arms over it and sobbed violently. Me was assisted ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... CLsARoc OF RECEIVINGo STOLcs PROPxP.TY.-Ellibebth Healey, Act the proprietor of a provssion shop Ine Baaasatre-etreet, John~ stre black, and John.Coyle, were brought before Mr. Mansfield. trill Mr. Aspsus-..), bacrister, wiso, instructed by Mr. Walters, ap- ...

LAW

... witness placed himself under a sofa in the back drawing-room with the aid of a persoti named John Thomas, valet to Lord William Paget. Ot that day Lord Cardigan came to Queen-street as was ex- pected. He and Lady William Paget were alone in the drawing-room ...

THE PHŒNIX PARK MURDERS

... smrance. .agsnt.(foremanny; 37tsr BronL. HEan- s ov-tqare, tillle : ohertjBowles. 2&and S4, eZ Weldingtoe-quay, printer; Joh D. Grattan, 18, if Meivion-Street Upper. draper; Joseph H.Byrne, 1 > Casino, Malabide, gentleman; Bernard M'Grath, 17, i a Fowres - street ...