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KING'S BENCH, DUBLIN—FRIDAY

... drunk and rioitaus: ,_ijolini Donnelly 2s fid ; >John Heyney Y- 2s 6d ; Stephen MIKennas .s; -Francis I-icks 5s; Thos. 38- M'ieow~n 5i. ; John Loughrldge.,sa; '~John Glover Ss; ill Pa~trick MMGIuvy as; John Vance 5s ; William Bruce 5s is ?? Anderson 5s James ...

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH

... M.P.; Wm. Fagan, Esq., M.P.; Henry Grattan, Esq., M.P.; Robt. Keating, Esq., M.P.; Major Blackall, M.P. ; Thos. Meagher, Esq., MI.P.; Francis Scully, Esq., M.P.; Colonel Dunne, M.P.; John Sadleir, Esq., M.P.; John Green, Esq., M.P.; also, William Sharinan ...

BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS

... then sworn as a Mark-et JulyY:-John Gaffikin, Felix Kelly, Patrick Falloon, John MLanughlin, Joseph M'Cullougli, Salil. Herdman, Thomas MIGrath, Itobert Clemients, John Dickie, William Ware, James MI'Cullough, and John Graham. HisWoRSHIP-.-Gentlemrn of ...

POLICE NEWS

... gave him the change. The girl awe brought from Grattan Street was there up to that 'ime. Cards were introduced, and we went up-stairs into a room to play cards. The s hat, umbrella, and muff of the Grattan Street I s girl were on the table, but Miss Kane ...

BELFAST POLICE COURT—YESTERDAY

... was aetr ged with being drunk and disorderly in Grattan Street, and with assaulting Sub-Constables Malone and M'Glenann in the exeon- tion of iheir duty. Malone said that he arrested the prisoner in Grattan Street for being drank and fighting with another ...

BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS

... George Murney, William L. Bell, Charles Gaussen, James Fleming, John Charlie, William Guthrie, William Bell, WVillias Lytle, Richard Baxter, William H. Patteir'on, John Armor, Robt. M'Bean, John Ell:ott, William Emerson, George Clotworthy, WVilliam Addieon ...

BANBRIDGE PETTY SESSIONS

... P.; and John Hancock, Esq., J.P. There were about seventy cases entered for hearing. ASSA ULTS. Robert Creany and Williarn Jodm Msagee, Roman Catholics, and both well-known Pound celebri- ties, were prosecuted at the suit of Constable John (orry, for ...

POLICE NEWS

... in custody 'of Constable Gilmore, charged with stealing the sum of Ss Sd. and a shirt from a man named John Byrne, in a house in Grattan Street. John Byrne was examined, and said that on Sa- 'turday night, about ten o'clock, he met the pri- soner. She ...

BELFAST POLICE COURT—YESTERDAY

... named Wm. Edgey, and robbing him of a purse containing ?? Gd, in Grattan Street, on Sunday morning. The complainant stated that the prisoners struck I him and knocked him down in Grattan Street on Sunday mnorning. When he got up he found his pocket turned ...

POLICE NEWS

... violently assaulted one John Macklin by biting a portion of skin off his forehead. Mr. Coulter prosecated. Mackin said he was a barOeman. On the pre. vious evening about nine o clock he was in the house of a woman named Savage in Grattan Street. The prisoner ...

BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS

... Thomas Campbell. Guilty one month's imprisonment. Wm. Kilpatriek, f,'r assaulting John Galbraith, on thi 17th Mlarch last. Pleaded guilty; three months' impri sonment. John Galbraith, for assaulting Edward M'Cormick, oi the 17th AMarch lest; also, on another ...

POLICE NEWS

... corps. SERIOUS ASS kULT, An old man named John Robertson was brought up in custody of Acting-Constable Eustace, charged1 3 by a woman named Mary Irwin with having dan-I Lgerously assaulted her insa house in Grattan Street, - on the previous night. The constable ...