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LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGEATCE. ROLLS COURT-YFs§TmlDAv. The Dundalk and A~nnisaillen Railway Company v. the Uhter re Railway Company and others. nj The Master of the Rolls stated in reference to this case, it which was partly heaid on Saturday, that if the petitioners te were prepared to' lod
11 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITT OF DUBLIN.

CITT OF DUBLIN.

SALE OS'TrUCSDAT, THI In the Matter of the Eattte of BENEDICT AETHURE, late of Semfiald, in tb«Coantj of Dublin, Doceated, coo tinned In the name ovBENE* Did ARTHUBE, Minor, i Owner. M. Ex-parte JAMES O’FERBALL. the Rer. PETERfEC#AFE, and ANNE SEGRAVE, Petitioner*. " Nov. 1 to a
11 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
No. 1, Werbnrgh-st. Nos. 3 and 4... No.2l,ChmtCbi place No. 61, Sontb Great George’s-street ... Noe. and 55 Nog. 66,

No. 1, Werbnrgh-st. Nos. 3 and 4... No.2l,ChmtCbi place No. 61, Sontb Great George’s-street ... Noe. and 55 Nog. 66,

57, 68, and Tea Houtea George’a-place ... No. No. 60, Three Houaea io GeorgeVcourt ... No. 61, George Vat,
11 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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11 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY MARKET

MONEY MARKET

London, Saturday Evknino.—The Market for all tho English Securities lias been very heavy to-day, and prices opened * per cent, below the official closing rales yesterday. Business was done in Consuls at 99,* to for Inith Money and Account, and they lett off quotation. Reduced 3
11 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY

TO PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY

Sir—Yoor Pill* and Ointment hate stood lh« bigheat i»«lo list of Proprietary Medicine* for years. A customer, to whom 1 can refer for any enquiries, deaire* to let you know the particular* oj her case. She had been troubled for %lß»ednred liver, and bad d'geation. the btpvever,
11 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

Thursday, May 6. Lord Redesiule took his seat on the Woolsack five o’clock. LINEN MANUFACTURES (IRELAND) BILL. Un the motion of Lord Colchester, this Bill passed through Committee. DRAINAGE (IRELAND). On the motion of the Earl of Kossk, tbe select Committee to take into consider
11 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Court Excicbqoe*.—Dublin, 7tii Mat, 1852. GriHUhs ii Bsrrett Thomas Boll—ln this cause the plaintiffs, the last A»sixes for the County

Court Excicbqoe*.—Dublin, 7tii Mat, 1852. GriHUhs ii Bsrrett Thomas Boll—ln this cause the plaintiffs, the last A»sixes for the County

of Antrim, obtained verdict for 42fi/. sterling and costs; and the defendant having obtained conditional order to set aside said verdict, and for new trial, the plaintiffs, this day shewed cause against said order, which cause was allowed with co-ts against the defendant, and co
11 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LITERARY NOTICES

LITERARY NOTICES

Timolevu, Tragedy, by R. W. Jameson, author of “Nimrod.” Edinburgh; Formes Wilson. Evert of the world-that to say those slages of society in which civilisation prevails—is characterised certain development* of literary growth peculiar to itself. Whoever carries his mind back the
11 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
We have received an anonymous letter, purporting to be vritten by a Protestant, denying the correctness of the stateiient attributid

We have received an anonymous letter, purporting to be vritten by a Protestant, denying the correctness of the stateiient attributid

to the Rev. Mr. Marshall, that Protestants not hold the ctrine of the incarnation. The letter is admissible in our columns, •* do not think newsuper the proper medium through which to discuss such übjec's. here state that believe what Mr. •laraliall did say was,not,as alleged.tb
11 May 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland