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STATE OF IRELAND. The firrt blijcct interest at present stale Ireland, we must think that no man who nut an

STATE OF IRELAND. The firrt blijcct interest at present stale Ireland, we must think that no man who nut an

enemy of his country, will allou any other object, whatever political completion, to embarrass the most careful and the must resolved investigation of that object. If Ministers take this subject in a right spirit, all may be forgiven them ; and they can have little flitficulty i
31 January 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE I>HESS—X-IBEI-

THE I>HESS—X-IBEI-

Bills of indictment were on Saturday sent up to the Term Grand Jury of the City ol Dublin, the prosecnlion of Colonel Brncn, against the Proprietor P.inler the Carlow Morning Post, for »cai}daloas liliel. jnrv, after the examination witnesses, feluued“ a true bill.” The followin
31 January 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
MURDER. OF THE REV. MR. FERGUSSON.

MURDER. OF THE REV. MR. FERGUSSON.

We are hrjtpy to state that owing to the active ami irlTieioiit exertions ofj.Major Miller am! Captain Vig» nules, the savage mnrJerers of the Rev. Mr, Ferguson ire likely brought injustice.
31 January 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
GREECE.

GREECE.

We have accounts of llie arrival of the new King of Greece at Naples, on his way to his kingdom, the -‘ld instant. There are considerable troubles in Greece; Colocotroni, it serins, determined not to submit to any royal authority.— It remains to be seen how the young King will w
31 January 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
PEAC?O *WAR.

PEAC?O *WAR.

The reports in circulation throughout Europe, as to the chances of peace and war, are various and conflicting. On (he one hand we are told that Prussia is desirous of placing her army upon a peace establishment, and on the other, that she insists on the restoration of the Dutch
31 January 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 

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■ Till’. SPIIUT POPEIIY. tROM TIIK WAK-DKR. Slamjipil llie IVtisli character lias i»y the bloody him! atrocious records its irislt |>roiessors during; the lasi two or three years the ideas of consideration and (rralilude are strongly impressed on our minds, that ive are now and t
31 January 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
KING'S BENCH.-* Lon don, Thursday Libel ott the Duchess of Richmond.—Court Janre Jw.lfl merit. Tlie S-.l’icitor-GeiieW this morning moved that

KING'S BENCH.-* Lon don, Thursday Libel ott the Duchess of Richmond.—Court Janre Jw.lfl merit. Tlie S-.l’icitor-GeiieW this morning moved that

Henvv Colhoiun, late of New Burlington •treet. but now of Great Marlboto.igh*slreet, the |*roprietnr, Thomas Sargent. Thomas SaviH. and Win. Thomas, the printers and publisher* of the Court Journal, Ire brought to receive the judgment of the Court, for gross and uia* licious lib
31 January 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH VOLUNTEERS. FROM TH.K EVEN O KT. The most heartfelt enthusiasm exists in the hosom of every member of

THE IRISH VOLUNTEERS. FROM TH.K EVEN O KT. The most heartfelt enthusiasm exists in the hosom of every member of

this treat liatiimel guard. The Blaekfert the Whitrfrrt, (he Ribbon.men and the Whileboyt, the Terry Alts, ami the Moll Doylet-mtn, the Hurlers, (he Connaught Ifnnger*, are all in extam-s at the approach of the day when they shall called n|>on through the secret instrumentality
31 January 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
sticcession ; they lusted altogether nearly eleven minute* a quarter hour. Did not see of the persons killed uulil after

sticcession ; they lusted altogether nearly eleven minute* a quarter hour. Did not see of the persons killed uulil after

the explosions ceased. Joseph Hoare examined.��When (lie first oxiosion took place I was knocked to the ground*, quantity bricks, tiles, mortar, and other mhterials came tumbling upon me. There were two horses killed close to where was standing, and another wounded severely that
31 January 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
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It IKS Liinstpr-st., Dublin, January, 183:?. I( not guiiTiilly known that l»v nn Art l.iat Sf.ssion of Furlianu-nt, (2il and' 3<l of William IV., chap. 11(»,) |iroVitlni2 fnr the pennaiic cstdlilislnneiit cumpoailions for titiics in h;el (l, it is enacted (see. J>) that in all ca
31 January 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland