Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 9,060 articles

{ Duh'in Kwning Pott of ytfdrrdny.)

{ Duh'in Kwning Pott of ytfdrrdny.)

Duh'in Kwning Pott of ytfdrrdny .) COERCIVE MEA RES—We esn state with certainly, wehelievc, that (hr Coercive Bill* will passed • • • Snell were the determination of Uni mevling held Ablmrp'son ruesilay which meeting alieiMl»Ml by a great majority the i*Uh raenilwis. The only cha
01 March 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW REGULATION.

NEW REGULATION.

The troops in this garrison marched to prayers yesterday with their muskets and side arias. A sentinel was posted each Catholic Chapel during service ; and a sergeant and twelrs men were posted at the Cathedral. The soldiers did not file arms in the several churches ; but each m
30 March 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
C* hecksiowu,

C* hecksiowu,

C* Coniaininy \. Ii:. d’» r, infr. fri<U lion j/wfisin Eashn t> I wilh uni dvr able valuable tract of Boy. POX these premises there is good and s\d .slated dwelling Hoi.?e, viti*. crmvcniGiit and extensive Offices, Tie* lands will let either in the whole su-di convenient division
14 March 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
> WliO) V llu' l.iii’Jit oleitiul Sjiliere : rich with j««ciU lum/. liotli like i-.Olioj) mylear . tier win"sdotli spre.iJ,

> WliO) V llu' l.iii’Jit oleitiul Sjiliere : rich with j««ciU lum/. liotli like i-.Olioj) mylear . tier win"sdotli spre.iJ,

Anti li.Mvnii'wari) Uios, l'l:o mysteries to re.nl In tire Uti-e volumes ot'tlic skies. Vor tiro l>ri”lit fimranipnt slioots forth flame silent hnl is eloquent In’.j.eakoijj the lector s name. inireiraHo'l stir Contracts its Into email character, far from out human sight lint if
14 March 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
XHB MINISTRY.

XHB MINISTRY.

On Wednesday, it geems. Lord Grey had an audience of the King, which lie stated hi* Majesty his belief that he should able only for a short time to tetain die reins of Government. His Lordship’s opinion seems to have been sorroborated by all the Ministers, except the Lord Chance
09 March 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
PARLIAMENTARY derates.

PARLIAMENTARY derates.

The skirmishing the Mouse of Commons on Friday nicht was botli amusing and instructive. Mr. Stanley agaiu_ floored the Lord of Misrule ■die sullied ui )lie sedilioiiH lireuklhnl diu* tier uiecliiigs lielti uutiartlic mask vbaiity. COF.UCIVE BILL. The following is, periiaiis, die
21 March 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
FREG BRIDGE.

FREG BRIDGE.

In the Advertisenjent which appeared in our last, of the meeting be held this subject to-day, there was erratum with raapacc to the hoar. One o'clock, v. a. being that appointed, instead of 10 a. m.iu stated in tlw notice. \Ve hope that the assemblage will include the entire wea
20 March 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
sz:z>z:ctbd boetbv.

sz:z>z:ctbd boetbv.

GOOD NIGHT* Gi»«i night, hcyrt, good nigh*, Luve’» enemy, the ligljt, Shoot* with «u<iden dart ; The sUr that love’* the dawn. Beams lh» brow mern j night, tweet heart j ill lose the ray Which lit darkling way Through wood and wider.lag glade yet would have thee gone, »iy belove
20 March 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
VARIETIES,

VARIETIES,

Folly is the queen of the world; we all more or less wear her livery, her orders, her crosses, and her bells. Intellectual and moral excellence are the two poles of the axis around which the globe of humanity revolves. _ ■ . Virtue is a flower which blooms in all climates. Poetr
20 March 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Gibraltar March 3.—His Majesty's ship Revenge, sailed yesterday for the West Indies, carrying out one of our regiments, the C7tb. reported that the lltli and regiments are going that part from Malta. The had very boisterous passage from England,-and carried 4way and sprung sever
28 March 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland