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COURT OF CHANCERY APPEAL (THIS DAY).

COURT OF CHANCERY APPEAL (THIS DAY).

(Before the Lord Chancellor and the Lord Justice Appeal.) £he*od Cooke. Tbis wu an appeal from order of Judte Dobba. which hid been made the 14th July 1868, in which overruled tbe objection of the trustees of the Lough Corrib Navigation, with casta. petitioner lodged an objNtion
22 January 1869 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IS IRELAND.

ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IS IRELAND.

ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IRELAND. ill* preliminary examination, hold the ana iust, the following wore awarded certificates. The natnoa in the first and second class ate in order merit:— First Class—Peter French, Joseph Abeam, Edward Muiruny Win O'Louglilin, Charles Arthur ,Ryan.
22 January 1869 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HEALTH OF DUBLIN.

HEALTH OF DUBLIN.

The following is the weekly return of births and deaths in each of the diatricta of the city of Dublin (municipal boundary), &c: General Register Office, Dublin, Jan 18, 1869.— In the Dublin Registration District the births registered duriog the week ending Jan 16 amounted 145—7
22 January 1869 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Sporting News.

Sporting News.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. Old Rock Habbitbs.—To meet at tbe tenth mi!e-»tone, Antrim Koad, on Saturday, January 23rd. Killcltagh Babbitts.—To meet at Bridge, on Saturday, January 23rd, at half-past eleven o'clock. The Lecali will meet at Billykinlar, on Monday. Jannary 25th, at twel
22 January 1869 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MORI DESTITUTION IN BALLY. MACARREIT-A PITIFUL CASK.

MORI DESTITUTION IN BALLY. MACARREIT-A PITIFUL CASK.

D*. Dill, Borough Coroner, and jury, assembled in the library the Belfast General Hospital, yesterday evening, ta inquire into the cauae of the death Hugh P.jne, Ballymacarretf, who expired the in that institution, haviug been removed thitherfrom hie residence after .wallowing a
22 January 1869 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
literature. SONG OF THB DYKING WRECK. You UMm of the period, Pray listen all me. Who old cripple the age

literature. SONG OF THB DYKING WRECK. You UMm of the period, Pray listen all me. Who old cripple the age

of thirty-three ; With a once strong constitution. And only ten year* wed. Have been ruined prematurely By acetate of lead. I once very lovely— At least so folks averred— Ami fr« or ailment As any bee or bird ; But cow ahrick quiver eveiy aeive and limb, My sense aomll s vanishe
22 January 1869 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATH OF THE RET. ROBERT O'RIORDAN, P.P., OF KILBOLANE. It is with unfeigned regret that the Editor of the Examiner

DEATH OF THE RET. ROBERT O'RIORDAN, P.P., OF KILBOLANE. It is with unfeigned regret that the Editor of the Examiner

is asked to annoance in his'columns, tomorrow, the death of the Rev. Robert O'Riordan. Pastor, for the last forty one years, of the united parishes of Kilbolane, Freemount, and Tullslease. He died of bronchitis, last night, after a painful, though not protracted, illness, at the
22 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH RAILWAYS—PUBLIC MEETING AT MALLOW.

THE IRISH RAILWAYS—PUBLIC MEETING AT MALLOW.

[ir pursuance of a numerously signed requisition a )üblic meeting was held yesterday at Mallow, for the rarpose of considering the report of the Parliamentary Committee appointed by the Irish Peers and Commoners, to confer with government on the pur:hase of the Irish Railways. M
22 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

COURT OF EXCHEQUER —Wednesday. THE TOrGHAL ELECTION. Maurice Keniry v. John Jkariga. Mr. Wm. O'Brien, for defendant, moved that plain;iff be restrained from proceeding in this actioa nntil le shall give security for costs, on the ground that )laintiff has no p-operty means to an
22 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The American Minister on Bonnets. —Mr. Reverdy Johnson'was at Lnton on Monday, and paid some pretty compliments to tbe young

The American Minister on Bonnets. —Mr. Reverdy Johnson'was at Lnton on Monday, and paid some pretty compliments to tbe young

women engaged in the straw-plait manufacture, of which industry Luton is the principal seat. The occasion was the opening of a new corn exchange and plait halls. Earl Cowppr, as lord lieutenaut of the county, presided, and good many of the nobility and gentry of the district wer
22 January 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland