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Debate on the Irish Disturbances Bill- (Continued from first psge.) Mr. LAMBERT (the K- Catholic Member for Wexford) rose to

Debate on the Irish Disturbances Bill- (Continued from first psge.) Mr. LAMBERT (the K- Catholic Member for Wexford) rose to

complain of certain articles published in journals said to under the in uence of the Hon. and Learned Member for Dublin, in which most unwarrantable reflections were made upon Hon. Members of that House. It was not to be suffered that Members ware to be held up to public odium i
02 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
bound (iflirrr, "enerolly delivered biin ?—Hu sunt hi* up the day before the election with them ; I think it

bound (iflirrr, "enerolly delivered biin ?—Hu sunt hi* up the day before the election with them ; I think it

aeas the day before. From your experience in the conduct of ejections, you apprehend that very considerable advantage is the circumstance of the Clerk of the Peace being employed as the conducting Agent of the candidate, respects hie knowledge of the state of the registry, and t
02 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Mfwry. Dill you *o;e the list election ivhoe.• employment are you—At that time 1p,,, of Terence M'Camley. you recollect .ir,„'[

Mfwry. Dill you *o;e the list election ivhoe.• employment are you—At that time 1p,,, of Terence M'Camley. you recollect .ir,„'[

ll,l l'' , Hill there during the late election Yet, I ' ljrcu he upon that occasion—He was canTuain* i vko, Mr. Lyle and young Mr. Gordon, and few oi, ' vitl ' of Ncwry. Did Lord Marco. Hill g„ i, lt —He did not; went into the next door but one ' "' ' with him No, 1 stood ou the
02 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FASHION AND TABLE TALK.

FASHION AND TABLE TALK.

Tb* Lanidovnt enuruined « p«*»J dinner Sunday, Lanadownc bousv, Berkeley ; Tig whom were Lord Osmantown, Sir John and H*.b ouae. Sir t.. Cudriogum, lire Han. Tboiwar and Lady Theodo'ia Spring Rree, Si* C, Doyk, Mr. T, Moore, Mr. Blake, ha. Barra or Wm. Chsigncau Colrille. E q..
05 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INNOCENCE.

INNOCENCE.

The eaeeution of Dasid HectTy, who was eor.eictrd cn Wednesday of the murder of Cstning and Cummare, tithe ealualors at Castlrpook, on the Itfth Scplerr.ber latt, took place yesterday, in front of the county gaol. He was a eery young about ail feet high—finely formed, and rather
03 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DANIEL O'CONNELL

DANIEL O'CONNELL

E. Dwyer, E.q. Tb* letter wee teeeited with loud cheer*. BARRET f eungratuletcd them tbet tbcj bid gor rid of that euioomh, Stanley. Mr. D. DOYLE moved the ituetiioo of Mr. O Connell’* iLc* minutes. Mr. BAKUEI'r il>* rooiion. tod dome *® i lh»t ihe mat* o< ibn .tfercnry w»s, iai
01 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND TABLE TALK,

FASHION AND TABLE TALK,

HOUSE OF COMMONS-MoilW. At quarter after twelve o'aloek the Speaker look ike air. Wnroaoa, SatososT —Th« i«o grand dinacr* which uk« place lb* 16th and 231 of April (Sr. Gcorgv’a day) ara b* held ia the Banqueting room, St. Jamea'a. Oo the 15 h th-ir Majealte* town, and rcmaiD f
03 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KILKENNY, WEDN to ilie rights of present iucumhents, to the duties merely of the collectors ? Mr. O’Connell snitl was

KILKENNY, WEDN to ilie rights of present iucumhents, to the duties merely of the collectors ? Mr. O’Connell snitl was

against the present incumbents, eml perfectly consistent with his proposition. With the spiritual arrangements of the church he hail nothing do—with ita temporalities he had. Mr. Chapman said he would not be dictated to the honourable and learned gentleman as he had this night t
03 April 1833 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK.

CORK.

Saturday, at the Cork A«*ize«. Mr*. Lucy Nlellefont, a lady of great respcclibility, who had been tried and acquitted at name anniaes for mealing money, was indicted for forging a receipt for the sum of 19f. 13s. lOd. She was found guilty, and sentenced to transported for life.
03 April 1833 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
TOBX, L, An QTrSBXO aaraiPS* NOW IN PORT, FOR PHILADELPHIA. Tbs floe Ship PHOENIX, Burt I tea 700 Tans, Captain

TOBX, L, An QTrSBXO aaraiPS* NOW IN PORT, FOR PHILADELPHIA. Tbs floe Ship PHOENIX, Burt I tea 700 Tans, Captain

COCHRAN—To tail April. FOR SAME PORT, The coppered Ship MARYS, BVBTnBN 700 TONI, Captain JACOBSON—To uil 20th May. ALSO, FOR SAME PORT, The One Brig HOME, BL'ETHEN 730 TONI, Captain COWELL—To tail 1»1 May. AND FOR SAME PORT. Th« beautiful new Snip JAVA, Burthen Tom, To tail on t
06 April 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland