Newspaper:  Insolvency From the Times July 13, 1859

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The undernamed Insolvents are ordered to be brought up before the Court, at
the Court of Bankruptcy and Insolvency, Four Courts, Dublin, on Wed. the
27th day of July inst, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to be dealt with
according to the Act.

George Riggs FALKINER, late of William St. Mountjoy St. and Dominick St. in
the City of Dublin, also residing at Kingstown, in the County of Dublin,
veterinary medical student, previously in partnership with John Blunden, as
house and land agents, and with Chas. Fox GOODWIN, trading as GOODWIN and
FALKNER, estate, house, and land agents, in Dame St. Dublin, aforesaid,
formerly of Port Royal Lodge, Ballinrobe, and Balla, in the County of Mayo;
then previously of South Terrace, Borrisokane, in the County of Tipperary,

Joseph CLOIREE, sen. Late of Marlborough St. in the City of Dublin, House

Joshua Paul BARKER, sen late of Portland Row, in the City of Dublin,
previously of Summer St, Catherine Villa, Phibsborough, Ann St. North
Circular Road, Monksplace, Phibsborough, and of Newcomen Avenue, North
Strand, all in the City of Dublin, Gentlemen.