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Legal Intelligence.

Legal Intelligence.

?gfoal COURT OF CHANCERY-WEDNESDAY. BIGHT OF FISHING IN LOUGII FOI' ,. Allen v. Donnely and others. Toas case came before the Court as a new trial mo- tion, an issue having been directed by the Lord Chancellor to try the right of tile several parties to the suit to exclusive fish
30 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRICES OF SHARES AND STOCKS.

PRICES OF SHARES AND STOCKS.

IItIO1,S OF SHARES AND STOCKS, HANICO AND' 1:iAI.WAyS. _ . ¢ 1;AiOIl;, &C.. Nrt-fl thernBanl; ?? Flollcst ?? , . ., Vistor Banll ?? Provincial Bank ?? oualI Bank ?? llii e!liall Bank ?? National Bank ?? Cn inercial BUildings Citv or Dublin Stealm, ,i Belfast Stealn-Slip Co... IRI
30 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE FREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE FREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY Or THE FREE CHUROH OF SCOTLAND. ' Monday, Auy 27. THu Assembly met to-day at twelve olockthe Moderator in the chair. NEW COLLEOE. Dr. Bu'cANkN read the interim report of the COl- le~e Committee anent the filling up of the fifth :hsir of Theology in the New,Colleg
30 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE ORANGE OUTRAGE AND WAYLAYING AT IDUNGANNON.

THE LATE ORANGE OUTRAGE AND WAYLAYING AT IDUNGANNON.

'THE LATE ORANGE OUTRAGE AND WAYLAYING ATIDUNGANNON. i The case of asskult and ?? against ?? cl Orangenden came on! for trial at that place on Wednesday, thel14th inst., before the, fllowing magistrates :-B. D. b Couleont E-q., R.M. ; Robert Wray, Esq., Robert £Evas, D BEq., and
30 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

BY IMAGNETIC TELEGRAP . 1. . .~ THE PIiNCfiPALIT1ES. , qbe Emperor of A stria bas addr es1tt0b followingordf r of tha day to the &roops occupying' tb e Danubian Prinoi palitiea ?? The occupatlor) of the prinoipalities of the Danube bae forded an opportinity to the troops sert thi
31 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAY RETURNS.

RAILWAY RETURNS.

- . | OREAT SOUTIEURN AND VE52EUIN.-Return of traffic for the week ending May 24, 1856: - Passsngers, parcels, &c.; amount £4106 18 8 £ s. laerehandize ond cattle .. ?? 2317 19 0- 6424 17 8 Corresponding week In 1855 (2031 miles open :- Pamsengers, matls,&., amount.. 4162 11 11 M
29 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
42. WARINO STRKKT, BELFAST.

42. WARINO STRKKT, BELFAST.

The Most Noble tlu- Man jaw of Dalboofio. William Spun*, E^j. BOARD FOR ULSTER: Rov. Dr. Morgan. Chairman. John M'OsWowny, Esq.. Hallycastle. Sir llobort Bateson, Bart., irstruac. Daniel Kirk. Em|., Ballymena. William V’alootiDe, Esq. N. A. Prentor, Esq. C’barlea Finlay, Ksq. Wi
31 May 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
nJr** The Dublin Even’

nJr** The Dublin Even’

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31 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAUTIONARY NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. TO prevent further mistakes and disappointment to Customers, PATRICK LANGAN, Proprietor of the General Cleansing

CAUTIONARY NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. TO prevent further mistakes and disappointment to Customers, PATRICK LANGAN, Proprietor of the General Cleansing

and Dyeing Factory, 9, EARL-ST RLE 1 DUBLIN, again intimates to the Nobility and Gentry that he has no connection with other houses in the trade, nor is his mere foreign agency, but manufactory where all works are executed on the premises, under his inspection, in his own novel
31 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, THURSDAY, MAY 29,1856

THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, THURSDAY, MAY 29,1856

either wnd to London ipocUl Plenipotentiary, or invest their Minister here/ with Bill powers amicably to terminate the dispute. the active presence” in the club «f gentlemen hold- JSf office among political opponents, lie did not go the length of desiring to expel them; he simpl
29 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland