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BRITISIH AND FOREIGN SCHOOLS SOCIETY.

BRITISIH AND FOREIGN SCHOOLS SOCIETY.

I ?? , . . . . .. . I . I The thirty-niith annual general meeting of the British anid Foreign Schools Society was held to-day in the great rooni at Exeter Hall. Lord Joln Russell, ir.. took the chair, in whichi he was supported by Lord Monteagle, Mr Samuel Guerney, Sir Edward Co
14 May 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADDRESS TO W. E. REILLY, ESQ.

ADDRESS TO W. E. REILLY, ESQ.

ADDRESS TO IV. E. REII[LY, ESQ. The following addresq, numlerously signed by the in- habitants of the town nnd neiglbourlihood of liilsflioouiyfli, was presvinted Oil WedniesdtaV, the Ist of Mlay, t( Mr William Elimiuid Reilly. by Mir ?? Bliradshaiw and tile Aiclideacon of Down,
10 May 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPEAL RENT.

REPEAL RENT.

REPEAL~iI - - -- . b Retum of Repeal ,ent rthe eek eldig M 6 , 32W,gy 1B44; All Williat D bt ilst.o0 Curraghroe, Longfrd pego G~ea, ~ £ 5 4 hitt own renewed stsbtcriptionlof It ' .udlog Drurnlea, Ldtrsio, per-MriM WK0fii 5^ 0 0 Kilkenny, per MirDVMurpliy7 2 14 3 ternwa 5b_-drti0`
10 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
*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,

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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
 
MEETING OF ATTORNEYS.

MEETING OF ATTORNEYS.

The annual meeting of the Attorneys was held yesterday in their room at the Four Courts, William Goddard, Esq., in the Chair. The Secretary read the report ot the committee, in which were two paragraphs that elicited observations from members of the profession present. One was,
13 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

During the past week we have had for the last few days some refreshing showers, the first that have fallen for many weeks. The improvement in the country is delightful consequence. The parched and hardened surface of the ground, which off. nded the eye, has been superseded a del
13 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of 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