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DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE-YE8TERDAV. HENRY-STSEET OFFICE. A young girl named Ellen Sloane charged a man who gave his name as James Brown with an assault and at. tempted violation, the previous night in Marlborough- street. The complainant, in answer to Dr. Kelly, stated that she was turned o
30 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUNCH'S PREDICTION OF THE WINNER of THE DERBY 1844. Windle, w indie, spindle, spindle. Dwindle, dwindle, swindle, swindle, Bubble, bubble—

PUNCH'S PREDICTION OF THE WINNER of THE DERBY 1844. Windle, w indie, spindle, spindle. Dwindle, dwindle, swindle, swindle, Bubble, bubble—

Ugly Buck. Shall Orlando head the ruck Ask ye where Ratan shall be, I will answer, " you shall see." Qui Tarn not one to wander. Who is he woul back Leander Grumdle, grumble, fumble, fumble, Loadstone'* Momm, stumble, stumble— 'Tis the horse that first comes in, Shall the Derby
31 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PUNCH ON FOREIGN MISSIONS.

PUNCH ON FOREIGN MISSIONS.

Religion, like fancy, has her peculiar favourites. La** dies and gentlemen hare, among the various heathen, their pet proselytes, just as among birds and dogs they have their pet macaws, their pot poodles. It an adage old Truth—.whose register of birth was not lost at the flood—
29 May 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LETTER FROM DR. HIGGIN

LETTER FROM DR. HIGGIN

The following letter was read at the Repeal Association on Monday:— "Ballymahon, May 25th, 1844. " Dear and beloved Liberator—l feel much pleasure in placing in your hands the enclosed half notes for sixty-eight pounds Repeal rent from this diocese, subscribed within the last fe
31 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A circular is in private circulation eniitled a *' Proposed Equitable Tax on the Transfer of Real Property place of

A circular is in private circulation eniitled a *' Proposed Equitable Tax on the Transfer of Real Property place of

the Income Tax." The writer estimates the entire property of England at £6, and proposes that all the real property should be taxed with the probate and legacy duty. The produce of such duiv would, he thinks, be about £12,000,000 annually. Were his idea adopted he says—and says
31 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

Worship-street.—Yesterday man and his wife, named Thomas and Elizabeth Patterson, were charged before Mr. Bingham with the following robbery and attempted murder upon a young man named George Allen, a linen-glazier, residing in Monk well-street, Fore-street, Cripple-; ate. The p
31 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

ITALY. _ A letter from Rome, 11th inst., says :—" The negotiations for the settlement of the differences between Rome and St. Petersburgh do not appear to be making any progress. It is, however, believed they will be into discussion at'the next Consistory, M.deßutinieff having d
29 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CONCILIATION HALL.

CONCILIATION HALL.

LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION. Dublin, Tuesday —The weekly meeting ofthe Repeal Association took place yesterday at the Conciliation Hall, which was crowded to excess. Shortly after one o'clock the Liberator with other leaders entered the Hal' and were greeted with reiterate
29 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ANNEXATION OF TEXAS.-SLAVERY

THE ANNEXATION OF TEXAS.-SLAVERY

THE ANNEXATION TEXAS.-SLAVERY The documents published by the Government of the United States of America, on the subject of the annexation of Texas, have afforded much and good grounds for the severe commentary of the Journals of this Empire— They are astonished at this mixture Re
29 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

The great sheep fair at Loughrea was held on Saturday. The highest price was obtained by Mr. John Cahill, being £2 5s each. Mr. James Gloster got at the rate of 6d., and the Messrs. Lynch, of Manus, 40s. each for sheep. There were no Clare lots left unsold. The cattle fair comme
29 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland