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CHANCERY.

CHANCERY.

John Hackett, ‘OURSUANT to a De- Plaintiff. I creo of her Majesty’s John Snow, and others, rHigb Court of Chancery in Defendants. Ireland, ro:ulo in this Cause, J bearing date tho Bth day of June, 1 hereby require all Persons having Charges or Incumbrances afflicting the Lands a
6 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POTATO.

THE POTATO.

POTATO. In the usual chajger the last account* concernm* [U condition of the Potato Crop* will be found arranged. Froiu tbi» intflligmce it »ppp«ra, tint the i spread itself over the greatest portion the vwu which this esculent is cultivated. coofe** surprised to lesrn that llte
6 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ORANGE INSTITUTION.

THE ORANGE INSTITUTION.

A meeting of county grand officers and other influential members uf the Orange Institution, convened by circular and public advertisement, was held the Town-hall of Enniskillen on Monday, the 3d of August, for the purpose of organizing the Orangemen generally, and forming a Gran
6 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SFOKTISG INTELLIGENCE

SFOKTISG INTELLIGENCE

GARRISON RACES. Fiiut Day. —The animal races «* up the officers the Dublin Garrison commenced yesterday, and came oter lb© usual course upon the Fifteen Acres, Vhcsni* Park. The day was beautifully fine throughout, perhaps too much ao, as the beat was most oppressive in conseque
6 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY FLOGGING AT HOUNSLOW.

MILITARY FLOGGING AT HOUNSLOW.

MILITARY FLOGGING HOUNSLOW. On Monday the on the body of Frederick John White, a private the Hosairn, was renamed Mr. Wakl- v, Mr. MilU the George the Fourth, public-hotifle, Homwlov. After the examination of witneaaee, The Coroner rarefolly wmit over the whole of the evidence, a
6 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAY PROCEEDINGS.

RAILWAY PROCEEDINGS.

GREAT SOUTHERN AND WESTERN RAILWAY. Tho Directors of this great national undertaking invited number their frieuda to a pleasure trip Carlow yesterday, previous to its ojK-uiiig for general traffic on tins day. Amongst those who were present were the Chairman and Chief Engineer o
4 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mom. Tom. Wins This. Fin*. 9SII 9311 9611 2W ; 831 '! 92|

Mom. Tom. Wins This. Fin*. 9SII 9311 9611 2W ; 831 '! 92|

27 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT

PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT

A Cabinet Council will held this day at the Foreign Office, when the Queen’s speech on the prorogation of Parliament will considered, before being submitted for approval to her Majesty. Her Majesty, it is said, will preside at a Privy Connell Thursday, at Osborne House. Parliame
27 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH BANKRUPT

IRISH BANKRUPT

William ForrisUl,*of Clonmel, in the 00. Tip|>erary, grocer and dealer and chapman, iorrender the of September, and the 6lh October. Patrick Larkin, of the Coombe, in the borough of Dob- Ho, baker, dealer, and chapman, to surrender the llth of September, and on the 6th October.
27 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DR AIN AG E-IREL AN O,

DR AIN AG E-IREL AN O,

AIN AG E-IREL AN O, The following are extracts from the fourth annual r -port of the Commissioners acting pursuance of the Act stb and 6th Victoria, c. 89, with the Acts Blh and Victoria, c. 69, and Victoria, c. amending the same. The said report has Jo»t been presented both hous
27 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland