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CLERICAL TRIBUNALS.—THE ENGLISH PARSONS.

CLERICAL TRIBUNALS.—THE ENGLISH PARSONS.

CLERICAL TRIBUNALS.---THE ENGLISH I -o PARSONS. | The Liver~pool Times of Saturday contains the faets ofs ircertain case, in which a poor man named .LLEN was punished for a contempt of the Consistory Cpurt, alias the rt Bishop's Court of Chester, for the high crimes of poverty an
19 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF CHANCERY—LODNON, WEDNESDAY.

COURT OF CHANCERY—LODNON, WEDNESDAY.

COURT OF CHANCERY ?? Lo.ON, WEDNESDAY. EX FAKRT TRYE AARL. Or~ DUasAM. ho0 The Solicitor Geneicil said be was instructed,pon behalf of ics the Earl of Durham~, to apply to their lo rdships for a rule to, 'ry show .cause why'a criminal information should not -be filled ed againsrt
18 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THK MIN IST It V.

THK MIN IST It V.

THK MIN IST V. No man, who has his eyes open, can doubt that we are in rapid progress towards the most extensive changes in all our institutions. Ministers are of the same opinion—nay, they further— they believe that those changes are inevitable ; and his belief strengthened they
21 November 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
TUB MAGISTIIACY!

TUB MAGISTIIACY!

We fin>) the opinion which expressed in reference to the rcsijrrmtioo of Colonel Verner consiilershly strengthened the view# of the aide and faithful conductors of the Belfast Guardian and Telegraph. general resignation of tli,. Protestant Magistracy of Ireland would plunge the
18 November 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY LONGFORD—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.

COUNTY LONGFORD—ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.

COUNTY LONGFORD-ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. We have received from the county Longford two commi- nications, strongly illustrative of the spirit in which justice is administered in that part of the country. Just as they reached us, we publish them-promising to our readers, that upo
15 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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BENEFIT OF CLERGY.

BENEFIT OF CLERGY.

BENE FIT OF CLE RG Y. Sir James Scarlett having applied for a rule nisi for leave to file a criminal information against a clergyman and a ma- ,istrate, the Rey. Kenneth Mackenzie It. 'Tarbuck, vicar of a parish in Northamptgnshire, for a trespass accompanied. with riot, the Chie
20 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POTTEEN WHISKEY.

POTTEEN WHISKEY.

AT the late Sale HI the Excise Stores, Broadstreet, of Whiskey, seized in the North of Ireland, and transmitted to London, C. DONOVAN and CO., WINE AND SPIRIT.MERCHANTS, 6, HOWARD-STREET, NORFOLE-STREET, Were the largest buyers of the finest parcels. CcnlfcmA above to Visit Lond
20 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAMPAIGN.

CAMPAIGN.

We have pretty smart work of now—we of the • position press—having two enemies our frontOn the right baud, the King's Lieutenant attacking the Protestant Magistracy—on the left the Pope's Vicegerent as-6ailing the Protestant Clergy. Whether the adverse parties are really two— an
20 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAGISTRACY.

THE MAGISTRACY.

Mr. LITTLETOK has bad the singular bad taste, and extreme folly, to boast—and that, too, to one not likely to keep the saccet—that he, in bis capacity of Governor of ibis country, sees no difference between aSoothernDemagogue and Northern Magistrate;—this spire observation havin
20 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPURTING.

SPURTING.

AAHBOCBNE GARRISON RACKS.—Mr. Evans's ch. h. Walton, rode by Captain Beville, Dragoon Guards, won the Garrison Whip, on Saturday, Ashbourne, beating Captain Seymour's br. b., rode by Lieut. Oglander; Captain Blackford's b. h. rode by owner; andCapt. Blackwood's br. b. Silvertaii
20 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland