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... Janes Kerr, William Ila- bertsnn, William Faulkner, Jnhn Mjenset, J hn.lodges James.,Birmingham, John Hines,. Arthur O'Neill, John I Rowhwell. John Cooke, John Sullivan, James Moore, Edw. Fytzgetald, Edsard Higginbotham, Thomas Hardy, Gen- ilemesie. - ...

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... Lords and LIadies KilleenEdward Chichester, Bingham, Cloncurry, C. Greville, Brabazon, Cecilia Latouche, Georgina Cathcart, Sir John and Lady Byng, General Dalbiac, Hon. Lady and Miss Burrowts, Hon. Captain and Mrs. Perey, Hon. T. Ash. burnharn, Archdeacon ...

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... Monk, J. B. Warrender, Sir G. Cavendish HonD H. Macauley, T. B. Wal, Burney DUcane,ioter Macdonald, Sir J. Ward, John Dick, Quintin. Martin, John Wood, Charles Davenport, E. Normanby, Lord Wood, Alderman Erans, De Lacey O'Connell, Dan. Western, C. C, .lis ...

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... Court-Rouse~, when John B. Weatropp, Etq., was eleated Common. Speaker, and Richard Freuklin and' (ieorge Sexton, Esqrs., Sberifie for the'. ensuing year. The C0oart ov. common Council was afterwards held at the Er-i 9hsengies, when the, Hon. John P. Veteker ...

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... sad Xr. Leitch Ritchie has kindly taken to himself the trou- ble9ome9 office of secretary -Lord John Russell, chairman- Right Hon. Henry Ellis, J. Grattan, Esq., M.P., Edlard LyttOe Bulwer REsq., M.P, T. B. Maculey, Esq., M.P;, Rev. Iobart Caunter, R ...

LITERATURE

... of the-paper does not warrant thiet egotism of the writer. 0' Au1 Editor's dilemma is amusingly written. The memoir of Sir John Stevenson is rather meagre-bet is not deficient of interest. The follow, ing we have much pleasure in extracting MR. LAWLESS'S ...

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... town for Dover. His Royal Highnessis expected to cross from Dover to Cajais, and from thence to proceed I to Hanover. -nn Lord John Russell is not expected to return to London from his tour in Ireland for a fortnight. His sister,. Lady Georgiana, is with ...

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... vwaith, D L, countly Dublin ; Griffith, Tracey, subinspector bib Iof constabulary; R Armit, Miller, St John Blacker, William of iH Curran, Lync h, Stokes, John IM'Kay, St ceorge, Co O'Shaughnessey, J Plunkett, Collis, Da'torn, Robert Hailil- foli ton, W A Stewart ...

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... eBrowie, Garrett, Armatrolg H Grattan, Martmn Moo Mee, Galeavi, Atkinson, Rowley, O'Carroll, White, J M'}5enna, Gordon, Browne, Nangle, Vaughan, A Lyle, CriisrhW wite, Duggan, Hacket, C Gordon, Doherty, Mans- field, St John Blacker, Pennefather, 5 White ...

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... Brougian Lo d Brougham descends from John Vaux of Catverjro, through the marriage of his only child Jane Vaul swit Thomas Brougham, of Brougham. This John Vaux, of Cat. . terlen, derived his descent from Sir John Vaux, of Catteron, the second son of Robert ...

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... Duchess Countess of Sutherland, and the Countess n, Granville, dined their Graces at Stafford House. The Earl arid Couniters of Cardigan accompanied Lord e Elphinstone, the governor of Madras, in his official tour; his it 1Qidship and his noble companions quitted ...

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... er Sir t Patrick Bellew, Sir Montague Chapman, Sir Thos. Esmornde, I Sergeant Curry, Mr. Hetry Grattan, Most Rev. Dr. Mur- ray, Mr. Richard Moore Mr. John O'Connell, and Mr Maher. l rlR IAJESTV 5 DRAWVING R00M. The Queen held her first drawing-room this ...