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LADIES' FASHIONS FOR MAY

... William Robinson, John IMurphy, Joseph Magee, Henry Johnston, William St. John Boyle, Jacob M. Swift, Noble Dunscombe Parker. William Foley, Willittn Leslie Langley, John Mackesy, Arthur Grattan Guinness, David Ferguson, Ltke D. Smyth, Thomas Palmer, Joshua ...

LITERATURE

... here, as most interesting to our readers, we select; the alithor's account of one or two of the desperatc ahiieveienits of Sir John Dc Courcy in the North of' Ire- oild. After noticing the forcible occupation of Doonipa- trick lbv IDe Collrey, and the blockade ...

LITERARY NOTICE

... priaitive Presbyterianism lboth in Scotland anld Ireland. Episcopal ann Seni.El.piscopal writers lave frequently tried to connect John Knox antd the Churrch of Scot land wdtit prirery at least in a mohdified foril, rand finding tire therisior utterly hopeless ...

Fashion and Varieties

... But to the Duke: On Friday last he was in his never-failing place on the Government beinch, his hat drawn over his eyes, his arms folded, leaning back in his seat, with his legs thrust forward, one overlapping tile other, (his irvariable Iattitude in tie ...

Fashion and Varieties

... Anglia. DEATh orF JAMEs GinATTA, JUN.-.We have to an. nounee the death of James Grattan, jun., only son of Henry Grattan, Esq., M.P., for the County 'Meath. Master Grattan was only twelve years of age, and was suddenly attacked with inflammation of the ...

Fashion and Varieties

... the Right Hon. tile Solicitor-General for Ireland, Lord John Russell, Sir James Duke, Mr. Baron Rothschild, Mr. Masterman (the city members), the Sheriffs, &c. Tii.r CoLxOtrI Seamnci-ARY.-Sir John Pakington, as Principal Secretary for War and the Colonies ...

Fashion and Varieties

... appointed Bishop of Nova Scotia applied to the Go- vernment of that province to allow the soldiers to pre- sent arms to him, which Sir John Ilarvey permitted until lie heard i;froi the Comlmanider-in-Clhief. The old Duke's answer wxas- TIho only attentionsthe ...

Fashion and Varieties

... Life Guards, uniler the directorship of Mr. Grattan Cook, assetbled onl tlie terrace imninediately below tihe Roval sleeping apar tmeilnts to serenade ]ret' Mlajesty. The bells of St. Georgo'.s and St. John's churches trang mterry peals at intervals throlgh ...

Fashion and Varieties

... He sank twice, and wvould inevitably have perished had not a one-armed man seized his arm on the third rising, and dragged him into a punt.' Old Etonians may recog- nise in the one-armed man, _Mr. Charles Carter, who afterwards kept boats at Eton. Good ...

Fashion and Varieties

... Elizabeth Repton and suite. I have ieft the Grestani fHotel, Dublin, for Carton, thew sat o the DL)kP of Leinster. The Hon. John Massy, son of the late Lord Mlassy, has bccn ie-t a . aee ecession to hisalreadvy eotensive nreperi v hr iis un cie, the late ...

Fashion and Varieties

... passing the season at Tolquay. Lord John llun ell arrived at his residence in Rich- moni Parli on Saturday, from Bristol. The, Marquis of Larisdovvne is staying at Bowood Park, 'v4lts surrounded bv a select circle. Henry Grattan, Esq., late MI.P. for Meath, ...