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THE CHANCERY SUIT.

THE CHANCERY SUIT.

APPLICATrON TO THE ATTORNEY.-GNEEAL. D [EnOar OUR SPECIAL REPOBRTER] DUBLIN, TUESDAY. Ta:z Right Hon. the AnToatz-Guxaa;ir sat in the Law Chamber of the Castle at twelve o'clock this day, and resumed the hearing of Mr. John Bea's ar- guments in opposition to the application made
12 April 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.

COURT OF COMMON PLE&S. DUBLIN, StunaDAI. [Before the Fall Coart.] iARTIN v. BYRNS. MEr. S. FERGUSON, Q.C., ?? on the part of the defendat that the verdict had for the plaintiff might be turned into. one for the defendant, or should ex- tend only in respect of a portion of the pre
25 April 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LINEN HALL LIBRARY.

LINEN HALL LIBRARY.

I'I IiNEN HALL LrBRARY. Y ?? one o'clock, an adjourned general meeting of the proprietors and subscribers of the Linen Hall Library was held in the Library-room. There was a large attendance. Rev. Wm. Bancn, President, occupied the chair. The CHAIRMAN said he Would take this oppo
28 April 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
T. No. 233

T. No. 233

No. 233 SUBSCRIPTION I
5 April 1865 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Mlatcifovb aittvor

Mlatcifovb aittvor

Mlatcifovb AND THAMORE VISITER. WATERFORD. WEDNF.DAY, MARCH 20.
5 April 1865 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 

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5 April 1865 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BIBLE CLASSES.

THE BIBLE CLASSES.

On Sunday, from one to three o’clock, larger Bible class been regularly carried on, in the committee room of tho Protestant Hall It is presided over by tho Rev. Thomas Oimlcttc, or his unavoidable absence, some other clergyman With pleasure do the committee report that this bran
5 April 1865 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
4>B U>KRAL •HICKS, 63, Frederick Street, Edinburgh. MR. JOHN _ ROMANS, CIVIL AND PRACTICAL ENOINKER, LESSEE or KILLARNEY AST) OTHER

4>B U>KRAL •HICKS, 63, Frederick Street, Edinburgh. MR. JOHN _ ROMANS, CIVIL AND PRACTICAL ENOINKER, LESSEE or KILLARNEY AST) OTHER

GAS WORKS, MAY bo consulted at the above address on all mitten appertaining to Gas Works and other Engineering Questions. Plane and Specifications famished. Works erected and repaired, or taken on Lease for term of year*. N.B^—Mr. Reiot, tbs Secretary Killeroey, will also furnis
22 April 1865 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
LOST,

LOST,

ON tb* 21>t I nitwit, tbe road from Abbojfraii to CutloiiUnd, botwocn H«wUy*i Bridgo aod Doctor Harold’s Dispensary, MOROCCO LEATHEK BAG. for the neorcrj of which Fire Shillings win bo Rieca. '' Apply this Ofloa. April 22,1866. , SOWING FLAX SEED.
22 April 1865 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

AMERICAN AFFAIRS. (From the Tima.J If all that desired via to postpone the difficulties with which American pacific*tioo aatodated England and Europe, wa should echo the frequently declared American belief that their cause does not depend ports cities. But the? hare not themselv
22 April 1865 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland