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DEFENCE

DEFENCE

James examined—l recollect the day M‘Mahon was beaten; I was drawing manure that day along the road from Parlon's yard to Syngfield corner; I saw persons boat M‘Mahon that day; I know the prisoner well, and upon my oath, is not one of those that beat RPMahon ; I was a small dist
4 November 1846 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY

SATURDAY

The Court opened this morning at half-past 9 o’clock. The following magistrates were present:— Right Hon. the Earl of Rosse, John Warburton, Thos. Hackett, John A. Drought, Pierase Grome, Neal Browne, U.M., Esqrg., and Capt. Kelly, R.M. The long panel was called over, and, after
4 November 1846 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
REMEMBER THE 30TH OF MAY, 1844!

REMEMBER THE 30TH OF MAY, 1844!

Dhe DNESDmaY OV R,18 DUBLIN, WEDiNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4,14. I REMEfBER THE 30TH OF MA.Y, 1844 ! NEW DISCOVERIES. Invention and imagination are the characteristic qualities of the Times, but the invention is not often very useful, and the imagination runs into a wild riot neither plea
4 November 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

F ASHIONABLE INTEL-LIGNVCi7h, I _ VICEREGAr, CoUftT-Enipf Exceltency the Lord | tenant entertained the followingpartyat dinner on 1i evening at tile Viceregal Lodge, Phocnix Parl :-The Ladie, Ponsonby, Dfuke and Duchess of Leinster, Marquis of Kiwara Lady Jane Fitzgerald, Countes
4 November 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

We have Lisbon letters of the instant. They bring the important news that Oporto, Coimbra, Evora, Faro, and many other towns, have formed Juntas of Government against the late revolution. The Junta of Oporto and Conde das Antas supplicated the Queen to turn out the present and r
4 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CURE FOR CHILBLAINS.

CURE FOR CHILBLAINS.

The sufferer from chilblains may be glad to learn that remedy for those troublesome visitors is, simply to bathe the hands in warm water for four or five minutes, (the wat< not hot to inconvenience), and before wiping them to dip them in cold water for about a minute. be repeate
4 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A REPEAL MAYOR FOR 1847.

A REPEAL MAYOR FOR 1847.

REPEAL MAYOR FOR 1847. We have heard that there is some intention, on the part of certain members of the Corporation, to elect, as Chief Magistrate for the ensuing year, a non-Repealer. We have reason to believe that our informant is correct and that the aspirant for office, who
4 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WATERFORD AND LIMERICK RAILWAY.

WATERFORD AND LIMERICK RAILWAY.

We understand that Lord Glengall and Mr. Mortimer, on the part of the above company, have arranged tho preliminaries for constructing the earth works of about fifty milos of this railway with the Board of Works, who gave every possible facility to the undertaking. This company,
4 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF THE COUNTRY—TURBULENCE OF THE PEOPLE—OUTCRY FOR CHEAP FOOD.

STATE OF THE COUNTRY—TURBULENCE OF THE PEOPLE—OUTCRY FOR CHEAP FOOD.

(From the Limerick Examiner of Saturday.) We regret to be obliged tostatethat on Tuesday morning, as Mr. Denniston's boat was proceeding by canal to this city with a cargo of oatmeal and flour for Mr. Michael Brown and the Misses Meehan, provision dealers, it was stopped near Cl
4 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF CHANCERY—Mosdav, Nov. 2.

COURT OF CHANCERY—Mosdav, Nov. 2.

early hour on Monday the Court Chancery became of attraction to numbers of the curious and “aigbt- InTioK’* cit>s Mia; from bnlf-paal ten o’ch'ck till one o’ciork (when the «ourt na* crowded exceea), every niinu l.ri'Ughl 4 fresh arrival; and when it was considered that 21 young
4 November 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland