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*ho«r cause against conditional order made absolute. Theca«e did not po«*e»* any features of public interest. Sceera unimportant were beard.

*ho«r cause against conditional order made absolute. Theca«e did not po«*e»* any features of public interest. Sceera unimportant were beard.

At half-past three o’clock the Attorney-General, the Solicitor-General. Mr Brews** r, C.. Mr. Tombe, Q.C., Fr<*p », Q O-, Mr amyly, Mr. H dme*. and Mr. Napier, of counsel fur the crown, t.«ik their seats in couit. Mr. Whiteside. QC. Mr. Fittfeiblam. Q C., Mr. G. Sir Colman O’Log
8 May 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWS FROM INDIA

NEWS FROM INDIA

The mail from the East gives the strange information that nine regiments refused to march at the command of their officer*. Six regiments were bribed, and Went on; but three remained obstinate. Strange symptom! Lord Ellenborough recalled—the army getting recusant! Mow are the fu
8 May 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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8 May 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
to «M)*; third do. 6d to rtO« ; fourth, 12s bran. potatoes, 3d to 4d per owt.; ditto per stone,

to «M)*; third do. 6d to rtO« ; fourth, 12s bran. potatoes, 3d to 4d per owt.; ditto per stone,

to beef, fresh, per lb. to ?eal. to ; mutton, to (id; butter, tirkin, per lb. fresh. lOd Od; crock, to per lb.: es;«s. per dozen, 6il; pork, per I2olbs. 37» to ; flax. 6d Os per stuno. SLIGO, Mav 3.—Oats, per sack of stone, lbs barlev, 9d lOd per stone ; oatmeal, lOsto Is per cw
8 May 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT OF CHANCERY—Wednesday.

COURT OF CHANCERY—Wednesday.

IMPORTANT DECISION R V. WISE. This cause, which was eight days at hearing before the late Lord Chancellor Plunket, in Michaelmas Term,lBB7i the full report of which was contained in our paper at that time, came again this day, for hearing before the Lord Chancellor, upon the rep
8 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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Two Frenchmen qmrrelied, in Jersey, Monday last. One of them, frantic wiih rage, ferociously on the other, threw him down,

Two Frenchmen qmrrelied, in Jersey, Monday last. One of them, frantic wiih rage, ferociously on the other, threw him down,

scooped out both his eyes with his thumbs, and afterwards danced him. I" injured man is recovering, but the paper*do not cay was done to bis brutal assailant.
8 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD SHREWSBURY ON IRELAND.

LORD SHREWSBURY ON IRELAND.

Hints towards the Pacification of Ireland : addressed mote particularly to the Ruling Powers of the day, by John, Eirl of Shrewsbury! —Charles Dcljian, London. Few works that have emanated from the Press within late years, were calculated to command so deep and earnest an attent
8 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TOWN COUNClL—Yesterday.

TOWN COUNClL—Yesterday.

QUARTER DAY. The Council assembled yesterday City Jury-room at o'clock—the attendance Burgesses and citizens was exceedingly small, not numbering more than half dozen. In the absence of the Mayor the chair was occupied by Councillor James Roche. Tbe Town Clerk having called the
8 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE STATE TRIALS.

THE STATE TRIALS.

TH E STATE TRIALS. QUEEN'S BENCH-Yesterday. 1 S R t A N T . °NEMENT OF THE JUDGMENT ON NEW TRIAL MOTION. nin 9 Post of Yestetday.-) interest was manifested this morning on the bar OUrt of Queen's Bench,and ma shorttime "Otieof^ 11 P u^Uc gallery were completely occupied. the 6jUd
8 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
lICUOES THE PENINSULA. MR. CRANFIKLI) has the pleasure to announce that he will have the honour of Exhibiting, at his

lICUOES THE PENINSULA. MR. CRANFIKLI) has the pleasure to announce that he will have the honour of Exhibiting, at his

Ksub* lidnuent TO MORROW, and during the wes-k, THE GRAND HISTORICAL PICTURE aaracsENTiNu FIELD MARSHAL HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON AND HIS BRAVE COMPANIONS ARMS Assembled the •• United Service Club,** discussing the PBin of The Battle Vittoda, I and entitled J THE PENINSUL
8 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland