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CITY SESSIONS

... ! The Right 'Honourable the Recorder. sat- yesterday in the Court-bouse, Green-street, for the trial of prisoners. t STEALING FLROM THE PERSON. ' F-A youun' woman named' Mary Anne Dwyer ...

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY

... DUBLIN POLICE-YESTIPRDAY. * ?? ?? COLLEGE-STREBT OFYIUX. jqrOaTAsN' TO PAwNBROseERS.-Mr. Stephen Parker, pawnbrokers of St. Andrew-street, appeared before Mr. rOC Ia s to answer the complaint of a per ...

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY

... I DUBLIN POLICE-YESTErDAY. EXCHANGE-COURT OFFICE. TuE CASE OF LIEUTENANT MARSH AND CORNET COOTr.-This case, which stood over for 3 o'clock yesterday, excited the greatest interest, and long before tha ...

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY

... DUBLIN POLICE-YESTEIIDAY. HIEAD OFFICE. SHioP ROtmERY..-A lad, named James Doyle, was corn. mitted for trial, charged with robbing the shop of Mrs. Anne Lynch, Redmond's-hill, of a till, containing a ...

JUSTICE RENT

... JUSTICE REt I - - i _ M- aEMrJB OF JVSTICE BWNT FOR WEBR ENDtNG 7t WASCI Remitted per Hugh Monaghan, secretary pro tem. to the Innishowen Reform Association, county Donegal, being the subscriptions ol ...

CITY SESSIONS—YESTERDAY

... CITY SESSIONS-YESTERDAY. - The Recorder took his seat onl the bench, as usual, at nine 'cloUk-. Charge of Burglary. John Topping and M1 ichael ritzpatrick arere indicted for f-laLaiol% antl In irglat- ...

THE ROUPEL FORGERIES

... TE BOUPEL FOR I ?? PnZ} I~i are taa mau unutte says:-' The questioDI Boupell forgeriee will be -opened onoe 3oreattb, fse Chelmeford aeslass, the jury on the former ?? having ?? able to agree on a ver ...

FIRST EXECUTION IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA

... . FIRST EXECUTTION IN SOITH AUSTRALIA. I i Ib - . The Launceston Advertiser contains an account of the n, execution of the first capital offender, a nman of the name se of Michael M13agee, formerly a ...

MURDER

... MU=RI, We have received tn account of a horrible murder com-n qiI ted at Uskerty, near Castlecomer, at al early h.oo er Tu*,sday night last. The vi.:.i-s was a ntnio pe)ta_'k young gentleman, son of D ...

COMMISSION COURT—SATURDAY

... COMAIISSION COURT-SATURDAY. The Lord Chief Baron and Mr. Justice Moore sook their seats on the bench shortly after 10 o'clock. After some trifling and uninteresting custody cases were disposed of; Hen ...

INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT—SATURDAY

... INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COTIJtT-SATURDAY. (Before Mr. Commissioner 'arrell ) le Michael Murphy, an insolvent, was opposed by Mr. at Macdonagh, on the part of Mr. Grahamn, cloth merchant, on se the grounds ...