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LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

.: I .I LONDON. POLICE. PnozEcTzn- SwINDLISo ON A LAnGE SCALE._At the Mansion-house,.on Monday, the Lord Mayor stated from the chair that he had received. several letters from various parts of England, Ireland, and Scotland, calling his atten. tion to certain printed communicatio
16 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NORTH DUBLIN UNION.

NORTH DUBLIN UNION.

NOWRTHI DUBLIN-UNION. I~ h .- o a M. - . 'The Board ?? of this union met yesterday h at thoWorkhouse, North Brunswick-street. The follow- ing guardians were; ?? Barlow, Chairniian; William Swan, Edward Cottingham, Robern Mullen, Pa- C trick M'Owen, Patrick Dunn, Thomas Arkins, Ge
16 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

TRAtNCP. I We have received the Paris papers of Tuesday. A circumstance has occurred in the French capital which is likely to create some sensation both in France and England. A pamphlet is about to be published im- mediately, from the pen of the Prince of Joinville, en- titled,
18 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAIL'S DEFENCE OF THE SPY SYSTEM.

THE MAIL'S DEFENCE OF THE SPY SYSTEM.

"A simple demand of a thing not offered for sale is, in case the sale be a crime, a prompting to commit a crime; and he who, from any motive, pronpts to any crime is notfree from guilt."-STANDARD. The Mail has at. length broken silence, and under- taken to defend the governmn t
18 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

I DUBLIN POLICE-YESTERDAY. COLLEGE-STREET OFFICE. Catherine Halbert charged Anne Loghnan with stealing several articles her property. She stated that while absent from her apartment on Thursday the articles in question were abstracted, and she subsequently found some of them in t
18 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
2/224.] secrecy, really such a position as required an answer. If the object and principle of the confederacy hail been,

2/224.] secrecy, really such a position as required an answer. If the object and principle of the confederacy hail been,

to effect their purpose intimidation, and the display of their power, that most, necessarily, be done in a way quite Inconsistent with secrecy. The next objection was, that the fourl itave its opinion upon the facts of the case, instead of submitting them entirely to the Jury.—
28 May 1844 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
U 1! A Z 1 N G

U 1! A Z 1 N G

1! Z 1 TiATTLE WILL BETAKEN, (r'Svjj v J&. V. ~n 12th MAY, lift- STKAM'MILLS. mi till Uptv ut W. MATHIAS, ami ... WILLIAM COOPKK, I, Bank-Lane; m, to WILLIAM WARD, Cantaker, tho Preimaea, Ailth April, 1«44. lul,
4 May 1844 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Insurance.

Insurance.

* I anil DUBLIN LIFE ASSU. RANGE COMPANY, 3, CHAR- I-OTTE-ItOW. MANSI - Director*, KENNETT KINGSFOKD, Esq., Ciiairman. 11KNJ IMIN IFILL, Esq., Deputy -Ghairmun. Alexander Anderson, Esq. 1 John Atkins, Esq. ■ '“ ' ’1.,'.,. James Bidden, Esq. J » h ' ' Captain F. Brandreth. J Koss
4 May 1844 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIED,

MARRIED,

the Inst., by the Rev P. Ik.man’ CC . Mr. Kdwar-I WsWi, of the r*f«t-office, to Eliza Burnside, daughter the late Mr. » illiam Burnside, of this town. , On the 9d in't.. by the Rev. Hiieh ~t, C.t . Mr, John iH-vlln. late of Edinburgh, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr. H
16 May 1844 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RALE THIS DAY

RALE THIS DAY

VALUABLE PROPERTIES BY AUCTION. To SOLI) AUCTION, >it the Sale-Room of Mr. JOHN DEVLIN, CMle-Lane. Dan (THURSDAY), 10//* ins{.,nt TWELVEm clock, HE INTEREST IN THE OF TUBE W ELLING-HOUBEB, lituate GREAT PATHK7K-STREET, Nos. 29, 31, ani33, with a large T O R E in the rear, having
16 May 1844 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland