Arrest of Daniel O'Conneil and his son John

... and his son John. I _ . A . - . jjre learn from a second edition of the ITWarder of Saturday last, that another deci- sive step has been taken against the Re- c pealors. The Government have resolved t upon prosecuting Mr. O'Connell, Mr. John O'Connell, ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—THURSDAY

... DIrrisio--(Before Mr. O'Donel). a ?? s A voung man. named James -Frawily was I echalged on remand with baring stolen a cardigan jackes frtom .r John KM'DuDnenls shop, 4 Capel street. a Mr. Patriek Martin, assistant in the pawn offie, n1ig9 Gurch-street s'ated ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... appeared that the pri- soner threw a bucket of mortar on the lad. Committed for a week. A notorious character, named Laurence Grattan, charged two females, named Eliza Miller and Maria Johnston, with having stolen his pocket-book. Office-sergeant Kennedy said ...

THE TRIAL

... inspector of the Dublin police ; knows Dr. Gray and Mr. John O'Connell; saw Mr. John O'Connell in Court; saw both acting; an arbitrator saw Dr. Gray act but once as arbi- trator; has seen Mr. John O'Connell'several times in Court; saw him first on the ...

THE STATE TRIALS

... Secretary for Ireland, i-ung into the fire; ~and an arms f of bill, to which clatuses have been recently added, -which ith even Mr. Shaw declared were 'wanJonly severe. You hat may conceive that an arms bill, with all its molestations, If may be required ...

IRELAND

... and documents. Mr. John O'Connell, also habited li wig and gown, sat beside Mr. Sheil, in front of the other traversers, and facigl tise jury. Amongst the occupants of the large gallery were the Lion of tite fold of Judah, alias John (Roman Catholic) ...

Metropolitan Police Intelligence

... before given, had been disposed of, created a disturbance at Mrs, Grattan's dwveling, and also is ith having sent letters to iher (Mrs. Grattan) with the view of extorting money, Mrs. Grattan and Mary Cliff, her cook, proved the dis- turbance In iuestion ...

TURNING THE TABLES

... Thursday John Grattane, of lIt, New- inn-yard, Shoreditch, was charged on re- mand at Guildhall with forging his unole's name to various hills of exchange. The evidence previously given was read over, and the mei facts were that William Grattan, the uncle ...

LAW INTELLIGENCE

... examining the books, the name of hir. Grattan ers was found inscribed on the fly leaves of several of the books. in The prisoners having been lodged in the station-house, in- kat formrtlon was sent to Mr. Grattan. es IlMr. Grattan who was in attendance to prosecute ...

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 ...