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HE VOICE OF THE PUBLIC PRESS.

HE VOICE OF THE PUBLIC PRESS.

r riir/ciUJHCU[jb'om the Pilot.) Mr Stanley, hi. lor pr.serving plenitiule of wraith, is, are convinced ta= greatest ertom" the church Why „ot had the conunon sense to apply the reform church abuses, the same principle which hl ' ' ' , l '° g '‘ applied to legislative abuses The
25 December 1831 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
In the Majority voted—

In the Majority voted—

In the Majority voted Members for the 56 boroughs r '°* placed in Schedule A 2> For the 30 boroughs in Schedule H.. 1!* .. . Other cities, towns, and boroughs .. . Tellers Minority .. Tellers ... ... Members present .. Total majority for Minister*.... I') 2 On the division tor th
25 December 1831 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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the voice o

the voice THE PUBLIC PRESS. r the P'M-) Mr Stanley, his ill time,, lor preserving the plehi- is, are convinced, the gre«e.t enemv the church has' yet cncounh red «hy not hud the common sense to apply the reform church abuses, the same principle which h.s own colleagues a, .plied
25 December 1831 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Mi tracts oft tive to tit! terms of connected Commit The Nobli the House to 17th of Ja Mr.

The Mi tracts oft tive to tit! terms of connected Commit The Nobli the House to 17th of Ja Mr.

W. Political being tnai Alter a Mr. Hunt, Sir H. that this ] certain receivii within the Mr. r .‘ been guilt that the h< clamation. Sir R. tion with ; petition w; council Lord A! come Majesty tr petition w council petition ot Mr. WA ■withdraw upon notii Sir R. of the pel! the sp
25 December 1831 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• ; fiVe uftuhree half ich Going iefendant , had bemi several tbe de- ic drawers that the and that

• ; fiVe uftuhree half ich Going iefendant , had bemi several tbe de- ic drawers that the and that

; out milted that amounting lie after- ll» were re- of assump-i the general was chief t some time ,it; lie that time ro.ti his treai rassm.ens, ovtred some no. par lieugi In spreadthe pcrforinso much fir nt upporlily do to the not conceive set off, nor tended io> int addressed i
25 December 1831 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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Dec. 25. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT, HOUSE OF LORDS— Fiuday, Dec. 16. The Marquis of LANSDOWN moved for copies of extracts all

Dec. 25. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT, HOUSE OF LORDS— Fiuday, Dec. 16. The Marquis of LANSDOWN moved for copies of extracts all

communications,’ to the Irish Government relative to tithes, the number of parishes that complied with the terms of the Composition Act, and several other documents connected with the subject of tithes, upon which question Committee has been appointed to re into the subject. The
25 December 1831 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN SUNDAY OBSERVER.

THE DUBLIN SUNDAY OBSERVER.

contend tt-at its provisions were favourable to popular interests the most ardent admirer of the first bill could possibly desire. (Hear, hear, hear.j Certain it was that the present hill bad lost none of the supporters of the former Hill, and he believed it would be found that
25 December 1831 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN SUNDAY OBSERVER.

THE DUBLIN SUNDAY OBSERVER.

Majesty that <lare not trust his person te metr p ills ? (Much rlieerins.) What, tnen. would rhose (jentunien opposite propose to do? Would th y give Res form, or little Ke 01 in. or a (treat Kelorm ? would they do, suppose, for the nt, tiiat they could succeed i i throwing out
25 December 1831 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
opp tion roe, and wit!

opp tion roe, and wit!

25 December 1831 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Oec. 25. IRELAND. DUBLIN PUBLIC MEETINGS. MEETING THE BAR—LORO FLUNK EFT'S BILL. Pursuant a requisition, signed ninety members of the

Oec. 25. IRELAND. DUBLIN PUBLIC MEETINGS. MEETING THE BAR—LORO FLUNK EFT'S BILL. Pursuant a requisition, signed ninety members of the

bar and addressed to Robert Smith, Esq., as father the Irish Bar,” a meeting of gentlemen of this profession was convened on Saturday in the Courtof Common Picas, on the subject of bill brought in during the last Session, enti»!cd An act for the better execution of decrees and o
25 December 1831 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland