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nothing whatever. Such a one turned up before a committing magistrate on Thursday last. A Mr. Doyle was complained of for keeping a disorderly house in Shippen street. The complainant engaged R. to attend to his case, and put Doyle through a course of sprouts.--The first witnessed examined was Cornelius O'Neil. We give his examination by R. "Do you know the defendant?" "Niver a l persist in misunderstanding me. Let us try once more. Have you ever seen women of the town at Doyle's?" "No, sir, not of the town, but a raft of them from the country." "By women of the "What do you say?" "I say bad women. Have you ever seen such women drinking and dancing at Doyle's?" "Ah! musha! listen to that! An is it the likes of Doyle that would allow such people Doyle that would allow such people to misuse his shop? By the powers of Cromwell, if his boy Mick was here, but he'd twist yer nose till you could use for a gimlet!" "But--" "Arrah! go away wid ye, ye blackguard, to say th