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Ur. O O (Mr. Slew) with what «cgrd to eel effirace again aeirc) cenvt offence being Member for e Ireland.

Ur. O O (Mr. Slew) with what «cgrd to eel effirace again aeirc) cenvt offence being Member for e Ireland.

Mr. BHAI question, wb« offeooe, blwacif coo -i been lofermeft the town of Kerry. ilemen told party they emoebed Mr. (TCOK duor, -field Goo who cheering from Mr. DVr to i Ireltod proper parties, aod the friend* of | Lord JOH? fMr. Shaw) 1 lri*b topic, weald out Hoaee. He w and wb
10 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Portuguex Stock at i Spcnish *1 s&4}i and the Scrip premiuir* 'i he meeting of Bank proprietors will take plaic

Portuguex Stock at i Spcnish *1 s&4}i and the Scrip premiuir* 'i he meeting of Bank proprietors will take plaic

in the week after neit, which is looked forwaid in the cit> with considerable interest. Mr. O’Connell haring qua lillvd himself a proprietor of Bank Stock, has prepared tindirectors for a more strict questioning on the state of their affairs, and on the principles on which they
10 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEBATES IN PARLIAMENT.

DEBATES IN PARLIAMENT.

The Evening Post is this night particularly interesting, on account of the full, complete, and, so to speak, graphic report which we give of the Debates of Friday'. Though very ample, its entire perusal will fully repay the reader for the time he may bestow upon it. We shall hav
10 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SI I CATION WANTED.

SI I CATION WANTED.

CATION WANTED. A YOUNG MAN from the Lothiar.3 land, wishes Situation a<: Steward ; lias knowledge of the first improvement in Agriculture, andr well versed in the management of S'ock. Hr has recommendation from the first Noblemen in the Scutiand. Letters addressed G C., at Hcmcs’
14 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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14 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
. , . .. . *— u Mr. HUME t meted that tbe House allow him a, •i— rttmM. «,

. , . .. . *— u Mr. HUME t meted that tbe House allow him a, •i— rttmM. «,

th. .tu<k which ten mO, hinw* quMUoo, (r.« fi»M« th-r wpcort tb» S|r j GRAHAM—I oolp ail tbit ik.r would *l, ltd NOEREYS ih.cU.ud -.t—j-Utar-w Jh. cb.llt.oo th. ..w. cod tb, i-paitlon * . fint ohjeota . Corn lTw* »i*ht teko >h.t ah. plaad. 80l tb, R. Ha. MchTaz, i-nj-j Th, rcpal
14 March 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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14 March 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
[Vo. 003 PAUL IAMENT. HOUSE COMMONS— March ((Jont : iucdJi'.im our lost.) THE RATHCOttMAC INQUEST, Mr. I' tutus O’Connor then

[Vo. 003 PAUL IAMENT. HOUSE COMMONS— March ((Jont : iucdJi'.im our lost.) THE RATHCOttMAC INQUEST, Mr. I' tutus O’Connor then

rose to move fir copy the evidence taken before the Coroner inquest held Bathconnac, in the canty of k, upon the bodies of nine persons ln) lust their lire* Gurtroe, on the Itttb ]). ccmber last; also copy of the finding of the jury, »ud correspondence which took place bem-ecn t
11 March 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
CHURCH OF IdELAND.

CHURCH OF IdELAND.

CHURCH IdELAND. Mr. TV aHD said, that having given r.otice of a ■notion upon the important subject the Irish Church, ami would suit the convenience of the hon-o, another motion on the tame subject having been proposed brought forward the Nclde Loid, the Member for Devonshire, hav
11 March 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland