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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPEgRIA L PAR JLIAM ENT, HOUSE OF COMMONS-WEDNEDAY, MAY 8. There being only thirty.two members present at four 'clock, the house stands adjourned until to-morrow (Thursday.) HOUSE OF LORDS-THURSDAY, MAY 9. Their Lorrdships assembled at Five o'clock. Lord COTTENHAM presented seve
14 May 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC OCCURRENCES, &c.

PUBLIC OCCURRENCES, &c.

PUBLIjC OCC'URRENCES, &c. (ISTE1 RAILWAY.,_I.lle traffic onl this Railway (25 milis ?? d) INwas, for the veek ending Stil Milay, tiq4- :-Plassengtors, 10,253; amnount, £373, Is. 8Sd.- toodi (gross receipts), £179, 7s. 8d.-'I'otal, £552, 9.s. 4d.-Cor'r'espondiing week of last year
10 May 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE JURY LISTS—IMPORTANT AFFIDAVIT.

THE JURY LISTS—IMPORTANT AFFIDAVIT.

THE JURY LISTS-IMPORTANT AFFIDAVIT. ye Mr. Pierce Mahony has made a supplemental affidavit Is. which is calculated to throw much additional light on that of still dark and mysterious subject, the dropped lists of spe- he cial jurors. The document is of such extreme length that we
8 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORPORATION.

THE CORPORATION.

i ri, A in ?? corporation met yesterday at their Assembly-house ! William-street. At half-past one o'clock The Loan MAYOR took the chair, The Liberator entered the room immediately after, and was received with applause. The Town Clerk read a letter from Mr. Montgomery, secretary
8 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAIL—THE CHIEF JUSTICE!

THE MAIL—THE CHIEF JUSTICE!

THE MAILTHE CHILF JUSTICE! Strange and unintelligible as have been many of the incidents e the state trial, there has not occurred one! which has caused so much perplexity to the wor- shippers of Queen's Bench law, asithe attack 'of the Mail upon the Chief Justice. It is what Lor
10 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE COTEMPORARY PRESS.

THE COTEMPORARY PRESS.

lTHE COTEMPOEARYE PRESS.. I I . , . .. I I . ~~ - I MORNING 'CHRONICLE.-As we anticipated yesterday, ministers refise to produce the ceirespon- dence with the Directors of the East India CoMpany. The subject was discussed in both houses of parlia- ment last night, pretty much in
10 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC NUISANCE.

PUBLIC NUISANCE.

I I I - . I During the week a case came on for hearing at Henry. street Police.offlice which created much inteteat and ex. citement in the eastern portion of St. Thomas's parish. The ange of ground between the end of Gloucester-street and Mecklenliurgh.-treet has long beer, the
11 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Thursday next will be published, in imperial Bvo., price 31 1. 6d. half-bound morocco, BLAIR’S CHRONOLOGICAL and HLSTOWCm TABLES, from

Thursday next will be published, in imperial Bvo., price 31 1. 6d. half-bound morocco, BLAIR’S CHRONOLOGICAL and HLSTOWCm TABLES, from

the Creation to the Present i’ixJ: with Addition:! and Corrections from the most Writers; including the Computation of St. Paul, ajynycting the Period from the Exode to the Temple. Wider the superintendence of Sir Henry Ellis, K.H., Principal Librarian of the British Museum. Lon
9 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MANCHESTER THEATRE DESTROYED.

MANCHESTER THEATRE DESTROYED.

Mawchestek, Tuesday Nook.—Tlim uhrmt five a.m., alarm of fire w*j» given, which proved to bt* at the Theatre Royal, and which, very abort period, was completely destroyed, the outside walla alone left standing. How the fire orifriuated i* not with certainly known. learn that the
9 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEPARTURE OF MU. O’CONNELL,

DEPARTURE OF MU. O’CONNELL,

Mr. O’Connell sailed from Kingstown yesterday evening) at half-past five o’clock, the Prince steamer, to vote against the Irish disfranchisement bill. He was accompanied to the steamer the Head Pacificator, Mr. O’Neill Daunt, and Daniel O’Connell, jun., and appeared in excellent
14 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland