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STATE PROSECUTIONS.

STATE PROSECUTIONS.

COURT OF QUEEN’S BENCH—Thomdat, Mat 2. Mr, Justice Pkbbin sat balf-put ten o clock tbi> morning, and disposed of some motions of no public importance, and ten minutes after eleven full court sat. Mr. FiTZGiuitoN (who appeared to •uffering uneuioeM from the recent hurt in hit foo
3 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUCHESS OF KENT

HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUCHESS OF KENT

Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent, accompanied the Royal Family, visited the galleries of the Louvre on Saturday. On the same day. twelve o'clock, her Royal Highness received the ladies and gentlemen of the household of their Majesties and of the other branches of the Royal
3 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH SQUADRON

THE IRISH SQUADRON

Her Majesty's ship, Malaliar. Captain Sir Sartorius, commander. arrived in Cove Harbour seven o'clock, un Monday rooming. and was moored inside Haulbowline Island, nearly opposite the Columbine quay. It is understood that the dag of Rear-Admiral Bowles will e transferred from th
3 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE FORCE OF IRELAND

POLICE FORCE OF IRELAND

Office of Ordnance. Dublin. April 4. JSI4. Proposals for the above will received the principal UA.ctrsg'f her Majesty’s Ordnance, until Twelve o’Clock on 2lfih May near. 1844 Seale Patterns of the articles required may be seen atXc Osunancc SPues, Montpeli* r-hill. The Numbers r
20 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PAULI AMEN T.

IMPERIAL PAULI AMEN T.

HOUSE OF LORDS —Monday, May G. IMPORT DUTIES. Lord MONTEAGLE gave notice that on Tburrdsy next should move that a select committee b(* to inquire into effect of protecting duties on tbc commerce of tbe country. Lord BROUGHAM presented n petition from a person named Dennis, an A.
8 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY REGISTRY.

CITY REGISTRY.

Mr. Dobb*. the Registering Barrister, opened the May Registry Sessions on Monday. Mr. Carey attend, das counsel, and Mr Baker on the part the Conservatnes ; and Mr. Martin on the part of tho Repeal Association. There was an unu.su»l attendance the part of the Radicals. The follo
8 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BMITHPIELD CATTLK MAHKKT—Lownotf, Mat 6.

BMITHPIELD CATTLK MAHKKT—Lownotf, Mat 6.

Th*-r«-*as foreign stock of «ny dn-cription here this morning; while the imports, since our lad, not exiesJid ten oxen and cow Irom Sptio and Germany. (Per stone of 81h., sinking the offal ) 3s ltd 4s 0.1 I Veal ...4s Od to 4s I0|(f Vlutton 3s 1 to 4s I Pork 4d to Lamh.. ss. Hd.
8 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN CHANCKRY,

IN CHANCKRY,

CHANCKRY, John Meyler, Admi-") to the Denistratnr with the Will . cree in this Csuse. hearing date annexed of John Meyler, | the 2tth day of April, 1844. I require deceased. >all Persons having Debts, Charge*, Plaintiff; ! Incumbrances affecting that part of the Andrew William Fe
24 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
11 The Com Howh day MAY. ration propc right of way r down a line premisis Ha- rcceivi sorted, and

11 The Com Howh day MAY. ration propc right of way r down a line premisis Ha- rcceivi sorted, and

impi T >p. Imperi M hit- and choice a»iK> •enable ter
13 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
8910H.E PREVENTED VENTILATION EFFEC^D, THE USE Day's Patent Wind-Guard. SUBSCRIBERS have been ap- JL pointed SOLE AGENTS for the SALE

8910H.E PREVENTED VENTILATION EFFEC^D, THE USE Day's Patent Wind-Guard. SUBSCRIBERS have been ap- JL pointed SOLE AGENTS for the SALE

and MANUFACTURE of the above, the use of which they guarantee to CURE ALL SMOKING FROM WIND, and also to FREVENT DOWNWARD CURRENTS. It is admirably adapted for the VENTILATION of Apartments, of every description ; nlso, for Ships, Stables, Dairies, and Larders, it ensures consta
18 May 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland