Court of Bankruptcy.

(Before the Hon. Judge Miller.)
In re: Thomas Slevin. The bankrupt carried on business as a builder in Dolphin's Barn. The meeting was for the examination of witnesses to the alleged removal of property consisting of building materials &c. A letter was read from from the bankrupt, who had absconded, addressed to James Connor of Phibsboro', in which the bankrupt stated he was going to America, and gave authority to Connoir to sell his furniture for a bit of that was due him. The property was sold by auction, and realized £25, which Connor was prepared to give up to the assignees, and to bring in the furniture not sold. The case was adjourned.

Irish Times (Dublin, Ireland), January 10, 1880.