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PROGRESS OF THE CHURCH BILL.

PROGRESS OF THE CHURCH BILL.

Wkt AND PAC£ T. SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 18G9. So violently is the Church Bill being urged through Committee—last night the 23rd clause was carried —that it is barely possible for the Irish public to keep pace with the onward rush of the Commons. We are not permitted time to comprehe
24 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DEATH OF THE EARL OF FINGALL— CORONER'S INQUEST. Yesterday afternoon Dr Lankester, the coroner for Central Middlesex, and jury,

THE DEATH OF THE EARL OF FINGALL— CORONER'S INQUEST. Yesterday afternoon Dr Lankester, the coroner for Central Middlesex, and jury,

assembled at the residence of deceased peer, Montagu-square. Uarylebone, for tbe purpose at. inquiring into tbe circumstance* connected with tbe death. The jury having the remains of bis lordship, eldest son (Lord Killeen), ami successor to tbe title and estates, stated that fat
24 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAYNOOTH RETURNS.

MAYNOOTH RETURNS.

RETURNS. A supplementary rei urn relative Maynooth was published yesterday. It contains li the trustees of the College from the sth of June 1795, to the 13th April 1869. each year from 1795 to 1800 there were ten lay and eleven ecclesiastical trustees. The Lord Chancellor of Irel
27 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KINGSTOWN IMPROVEMENT BILL.

THE KINGSTOWN IMPROVEMENT BILL.

The delect Committee to whom this bill was referred met again yesterday in Roma 3—Mr Hardcastle presided—and the other members the committee were, Lord Grosvenor, Mr Cubitt, and Captain O Morgan. Bateman, civil engineer, was the first witness called on behalf of the Kingstown Co
27 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THANKS.

THANKS.

Tip Qavemcps of Sir Patrick Don's Hospital return their most Sincere for the following subscription* in aid the Hospital and Maternity—His the Earl Spencer (subscription far half year ending June £5; Rev William Steele £1 Is; Mrs Trench (Trimlcston), £1 2s; Hon Mrs Barton, £1 Is
27 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH CHURCH BILL

THE IRISH CHURCH BILL

The Owl says that tbe probability is, that the government will to-morrow night make some concession the Opposition on the consideration of Clause 27 of the Irish Church Bill, and that Mr Gladstone will abandon that portion of which provides that ecclesiastical residences may ban
28 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LEGAL NOTICES IN THE LANDED ESTATES COURT, IRELANDCOUNTY OK DUBLIN. In the Matter of the Estate of Charles Lucius H.

LEGAL NOTICES IN THE LANDED ESTATES COURT, IRELANDCOUNTY OK DUBLIN. In the Matter of the Estate of Charles Lucius H.

and Georgk Browne, Assignees of Edward Cahill, a Bankrupt, Owners ; parte Thomas Rody Maiier, Petitioner. fill) 15E SOLD AUCTION, before the Honourable Judge Lynch, at the Landed Estates Court, Inns-quay, Dublin, on TUESDAY, the 25th day of MAT 1869, the hour of Twelve o'clock N
28 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING DISASTER.

SHIPPING DISASTER.

Bombay, April 20. —The ship Atlantic, bound to Buthire with ooala, foundered eight miles outaide the harbour.
22 April 1869 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CRUSHED BONES.

CRUSHED BONES.

ProtpKiu* », tri;A Pricft, Frte by Post,
23 April 1869 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
F L A X S F. E D:

F L A X S F. E D:

L X S F. D: T OFFER FOR SALE, DUTCH EXTRA.- I. PICKED, bf»od JMB, •hipped John M«dl«y A Co., RotlenUm. I RIGA. O. Eitro-picked. ENGLUU, quality. Gtimstor.'s A THOMAS MEADLI'.Y. 112
23 April 1869 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland