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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as could bsaceobmmgdated were admitted by the Ldrd Chamberlain's ticket into the Chapel. Admittance to the Lower Court or Castle Yard, was also regulatedhby tickets; but contrary to expectation, not more tkan a fourth of the number were present who Subscribers-only content

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    the Bank.of Ireland. Troops were also stationed in a house of business in Dame street, contiguous to the Lower Castle Yard, and the splendid mansion of the Earl of Charlemont, in Rutland square, is reported to have been surveyed, with Subscribers-only content

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    at drill in their barrack-squares, or displaying their smart uniforms and burnished arms in the Phoenix Park or the Castle Yard! We are told, indeed, that there does exist a detachment of detectives, consti- tuting a part of the force, Subscribers-only content

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    marched from stations (which were occupied by r X military) iii plain clothes throngh the streets. Onarriving at the Castle Yard they were drawn up in a bodly, and re- 'n ceived an order from the Chief Commissioner (Captain i Subscribers-only content

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    o'clock on Saturday evening there was a parade of the special constables on the green in the L ower Castle Yard, Dublin. There 'were about 250 persons ipisraded, amongst them being Lord James Butler. After the parade the specials assembled Subscribers-only content

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    in the procession, will assemble in the Albert Memorial Chapel. Immediately afterwards the procession wilt move down the Lower Castle Yard, through the Horse-shos i CiMisters, the west door of the chapel, and the nave, to the choir of St. Subscribers-only content

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    looking about in a suspioious rd manner. A detective stated that some injury had been hi- done in the Castle Yard lately. The approa4hes to theI it. Castle. are 'closely watched by the detectives to guthrd X us against dynasnite Subscribers-only content

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    irregularity of their scholars." Dl ASSAULTUNU TrHsI POLIcE.-At tIle Police Court, on 3ll- Satirday, James Burke (35), of the Castle Yard, Dlarket Di Street, who travels with hot rolls, was chnrged with being Di n drunk and disorderly, and with Subscribers-only content

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    trading as Cave and Co., formerly West. of bourne Road, mow, 85, Grange Lane, both Birkenbhed anm ed Tranmere, Castle Yard, Tranmere, hay and corn dealer and car proprietor.: lAseEl Rscv, Sparkbill, Warwick Road, Yardley, builder. GCEOROZ REEVES tlsWrT, the Subscribers-only content

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    a revolver out of yout breast. Suposing 'Inspector Mallen should swear that I handed him a revolver in the Castle Yard after I was arrested, would he or you bo right about the revolver ? -I can't say. I can Subscribers-only content

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    Save the Queen," and the former followed the procession, breaking through the military ranks and passing into the Lower Castle Yard, there singing again the National Anthem. The proceed- ings were remarkable for the absence of any element of hostility, Subscribers-only content

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    usual. Shepherd was - removed from the condemned cell to a room on the opposite I side of the Castle Yard, and adjoining the scaffold, at about six o'clock in the morning. When the officers were ready * to conduct Subscribers-only content

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    swell the enormous streams of human beings who flocked into the town to witness the balloon ascent from the Castle Yard, and the display of fireworks In the Market Place, with which the festivities 'ere to be brought to a Subscribers-only content

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    Dublin Police office, Hamtlton Connolly, a clerk In the War Department, Lower Castle Yard, and John BVIlwad, ordnance contractor, Naa, county Kil- dare, were brought up on remand, charged with extensive frauda en the Orduance Department, The oa excited the Subscribers-only content

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    . ARREST OF A CABMAN. At on in.4pection of cabuson Which took place on Fridiy morlning at the Lower Castle Yard, Dublin, before the Commissioners of Police, a man einamsd Join Curran wa-5 taken into custody, and will be bronght Subscribers-only content

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    JUVENILE DELINQUENTS.-TwO lads, named Patr'ick Nalooteey, a labourer, living in Old Cross Street, and Jo/em Hlemmsnqie, who resides in Castle Yard, Aston Street, were charged with laving stolen about a dozen of cigars from the shop of Mr. Herbert Noak, Subscribers-only content

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    sexes in her house on the pre. vious blondaii morning.- Ingpector Wild proved having gone to defendant's house, iI Castle Yard, on the morning in question, where-he found in' one room two;beds, ito one of which were a man and Subscribers-only content

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    of the county police, nimmbsering about 160 men, were drafted in from the neighbouring districts, and mustered in the Castle Yard at an early hour in the morning, and immediately p~laced under arms. A detachment of the Cheshire Militia were Subscribers-only content

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    At 11.40 the first part of the procession an-ived at the Chapel Royal. The Guard of Honour in the Castle Yard consisted of the Coldstreame, the Berkshire Volunteers forming guard outside the gates. The programme ef the procession, as published, Subscribers-only content

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    ease was thorenpon ad- journed until Wednesday next. ID PUDENT ROBBFrmY.-A youth nanioed Thomas Conet, a percussioner, residing in Castle Yard. Gosta Green, was .arged 'with having stolen a piece of bacon, value 3s. 6d., from the shop of Al. Subscribers-only content

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