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IN CHANCERY.

IN CHANCERY.

John Harding, Executor'! 'PURSUANT Deof Philip Harding, de- I in this bearceased, ing date the Js- Plaintiff. Inuary, 1846, I require ail Per- Richard Ashe, Alicia Ashe, • sons having Charges and Infa is Wife, and others, cumbrance* affecting the seve- Defendant*. ral Lands and
25 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CLERKSHIPS OF THE CROWN.

CLERKSHIPS OF THE CROWN.

The Government are rapidly filling the vacancies in the Clerkships of the Crown for fifteen Counties and Counties Cities, caused by the death of Mr. Arthm Pollock. have ascertained that the following appointments have been made : Mr. Alley is appointed City and County of Dublin.
25 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MONET MARE AT.

THE MONET MARE AT.

Lowdom, WedsESDAT.—Tb* fond* opraed ateadp tku morning >1 the eloriog price* jeMardnjr, and remtiaed thoae quotation* aatil the afternoon, whan a amill pnrehaaa one af the leading broken eaoead an advance of par cent.; hot thi* iiuproremeat not folly maintained, the la*t price*
25 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN CH Charles Robert Peyton, Esq., Plaintiff.

IN CH Charles Robert Peyton, Esq., Plaintiff.

CH Charles Robert Peyton, Esq., Plaintiff. George Reynolds Peyton Slack, Esq., and others, Defendants. Same, Plaintiff. James Scott Molloy, Defendant. Same, Plaintiff. William James Slack, Esq., Defendant. the 93d day of May next, otherwise they will be precl Dated this Bth day o
18 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD PALMERSTON IN PARIS.

LORD PALMERSTON IN PARIS.

The Journal dee Debate states that on Monday Lord and Lady Palmerston and thd Marquis and Marchioness of Londonderry dined with the King and the Royal Family, at the Palace of the Tnileries. Lord and Lady Palmerston were to leave Paris for London on Thursday, the 23d instant. (M
18 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE OP IRISH STOCKS DURING THE WEEK

PRICE OP IRISH STOCKS DURING THE WEEK

Mon- Tubs. Wbds Tiims.{FaiD. Sat. 3 par L’t. CodmU 9SI 951 95i 94i A 95 951 3 per Gent. 941 l per Oot.Stock... 974 97441 9714 9«| 9644 Do. Money «... i S4 per Coot. Deba.... Beak Stock 9034 Grand CanalStoek... G. C.6 p.Ct. Deb. 631 Do. £3 6«. 8.1. Do. 13s. 4.1. 354 4 per Ct.City
18 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MINISTERIAL MOVEMENTS.

MINISTERIAL MOVEMENTS.

London, Thudsday.—The Duke of Wellington comes to town Monday next from Strathfieldfiaye, Hants. Sir Robert Peel arrived at hit residence in Whiteball-gardens last night, from Drayton Manor. Lady Peel and family are expected in town from Staffordshire to-morrow, sad on Ssturday
18 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

Paris journals are taking great (rouble to prove that the ailuck the King's life Leeorute was not the result p litical conspiracy, but the act of individual. In the>e journal* and correspondence minister* are charged with misrepresenting the fact of the case for mere electioneer
29 April 1846 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMISSION OF OYER AND TERMINER. mss. Scott's casa.

COMMISSION OF OYER AND TERMINER. mss. Scott's casa.

Hr. Braretnn applied on the part of the prosecutors is this esse to postpone the trial on the indictment remaining onirird—namely, for having married John Bindon Seott, ber foi mer fausbaod, James Carter, being still alive. Counsel quoted some eases, and argued at considerable l
25 April 1846 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BCVtCVS OF THE WORK BT TOE PUBLIC PRESS.

BCVtCVS OF THE WORK BT TOE PUBLIC PRESS.

M The author* of this valuable work hare taken a very com* prehensivc view of the evil* arising from certain pernicious habits contracted young people, also on cuaiplaints which are, we fear, too much neglected by the general practitioner. The mode treatment and cure clearly def
25 April 1846 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland