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iii an offensive manner; but be was perfectly satisfied. house "adjourned at half past ten o’clock, Tuesday HOUSE OF LORDS—

iii an offensive manner; but be was perfectly satisfied. house "adjourned at half past ten o’clock, Tuesday HOUSE OF LORDS—

Tuesday, Feb. 26. Their Lordships met to-day at half-past three o’clock. After prayers, the claim of Lord Hood to vote tor Ins i sentalivo peers was considered in a committee of pnvi g ■, and admitted ; after which the house adjourned during p SU At five o’clock, the Lord Chance
02 March 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONVOCATION OF BISHOPS.

CONVOCATION OF BISHOPS.

Yesterday several Protestant Bishops met Tyrone House. We presume the object of this convocation is to discuss the Church Reform measure now before Parliament. It is said that their Right Reverences will offer serious obstacle to the Bill. It is good to be patient.— Press of Wed
02 March 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN OBSERVER.

THE DUBLIN OBSERVER.

happy the succes* of the delusion which preserred them for session or two longer the flesh pots from which they had for years been excluded. But this delusion has passed away. The men of England (whose physical force was not long since appealed to in ambiguous terms to support t
02 March 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN OBSERVER

THE DUBLIN OBSERVER

EDUCATION IN IRELAND. In the House of Lords on Tuesday ni<;ht, the Kail of Roden, in presenting several petitions of which he had given notice, against the new plan of education adopted government in this country, stated at considerable length, his opposition to that measure. Hi
23 March 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. Lawless, In pursuance of a promise which had made in a letter lead by the Secretary at the last

Mr. Lawless, In pursuance of a promise which had made in a letter lead by the Secretary at the last

meeting, came forward amidst loud cheering, and expressed in the most animated and feeling terms his gratitude for being admitted a member of the Trades’ Political Union r- Ue p.oeeeded advert to the measures for the enslavement of Ireland, about to be enforced by Ministers. He
23 March 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

Suddenly, on the ITth instant, George Alfred, youngest son of Mr. T. Houston, of Dawson-street. March 14, Lieutenant-Colonel Disney, late of the Royal FuJ sileers, eldest sou of Thomas Disney, Esq., of Westland-row, in this city. . , , On Thursday morning, at Haalewood, in the c
23 March 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN' OBSERVER. OKANGE DEPUTATION.

THE DUBLIN' OBSERVER. OKANGE DEPUTATION.

Mr. M'Crea brought forward his motion for the allocation of a sum, in aid of deputation from the Grand Lodge of Ireland, to the several lodges throughout the kingdom. The reverend gentleman depicted in glowing language the identity of interests, and community of feeling that exi
09 March 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUBMARINE BOAT.

SUBMARINE BOAT.

In the course of last autumn M. Villeroi, of Nantes, made a very successful experiment at sea, off the island of Noirmoutier, with a locomotive submarine boat of an entirely novel construction. It is ten feet six inches in length, and three feet seven inches diameter in its grea
09 March 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
jungle Tlcnt," “W’e cables with lose on inimals ith me. ved the clean jle senhad so cnce on ecalled pace

jungle Tlcnt," “W’e cables with lose on inimals ith me. ved the clean jle senhad so cnce on ecalled pace

as i regard nbs of on the made a k some rted jse per-
09 March 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland