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THE PITT CLUB.

THE PITT CLUB.

Io lli« fourth page will fjund abridged report of the •peecbifieatioa Tory Dinner, given t»n Friday, to celebrate the birth-day of William Pitt. Lord Mam is, who presided, had the modesty put forward an eiclusiee claim to 'liberality on the part of the Tories and, by way of prov
02 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AT THE CVSTOU.nonSB—TOR7 LIES. the following from the London Sunday Observer. The lie wh'ch it exposes but specimen of the

AT THE CVSTOU.nonSB—TOR7 LIES. the following from the London Sunday Observer. The lie wh'ch it exposes but specimen of the

wholesale i system of Tory fabrication. We slated last week that ar- ; rangcmenis were in progress for the speedy settlement of the claims of the merchants whose property was destroyed b» the fire at the Custom-hoos* Stores. We are now much gratifie to learn that Mr. Srnmo Rice
02 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MVNICIPJL REFORM.

MVNICIPJL REFORM.

The short reference to this subject in our last, has, are to'd, alarmed their filthy M Honors” not a little. What! not only swamp the whole system, but compel the Cormorants to disgorge And why not ? The system brs been crying shame—a nuisance—in injury. Why should not the stabl
02 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FJSBI Off ABLE MISCELLAffT.

FJSBI Off ABLE MISCELLAffT.

REFORM ASSOCIATION. The RiromM Association of the United Kingdom hat had its first meeting, and will be memorable, predict, in the annals of this great empire. We subjoin the address to the; people of the United Kingdom. The impudent and abortive attempts of the Tories to regain
02 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH ELECTION COMMITTEES—Fridar.

IRISH ELECTION COMMITTEES—Fridar.

IRISH ELECTION COMMITTEES— Fridar. Yougual —\Vl»*?n the Commitiee adjourned, Mr. Smith, the petitioner, had a majority cf one over Mi. J. O'Connell The re&ult was extremely doubtful. E.vsis.— Five eotes hare been struck from the sitting Member, which both parties tq'nl. Cork Coi
02 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY.

SATURDAY.

Cork Cocjtrr.—The commii’ee were engaged, the adjournment, in the investigation of the qualification of the sitting :nember. Yoi'cual. —The question which occupied the attention of this committee, during the entire day, was, whether or rot the registry should opened. The committ
02 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
has not Ireland tha English market, and yet aha Stagnant with danger to England.” We deny that England ia the

has not Ireland tha English market, and yet aha Stagnant with danger to England.” We deny that England ia the

market. A market where things are purchased and sold. If Ireland sends England value created her labour which will be represented by seven million of pounds sterling annually, and if Ireland not paid for this labour or value how is it that England the market for such produce? An
02 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Price sd)

25 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
>b!o Lord Eccle•» and tho ctbar any Commit. R«rt. that the com'v that for who held lubatituted it was bit]

>b!o Lord Eccle•» and tho ctbar any Commit. R«rt. that the com'v that for who held lubatituted it was bit]

for Ireland, open the dntt confcreace of ine«ti«n of whether ling of the would R which Order of king into avoid the lore prere. the Noble B* cate • could ot-General jot of the >at Homte, Inform ligh ftuthowho in tbe ® petition, Speaker’* that that ce, and lislcad the Ived Itself
16 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INDIA—THE IRISH BAR-

INDIA—THE IRISH BAR-

Mr. Richards, K.C., hat accepted the appointment of Chief Justice of Madras, and wiU.it is understood, proceed India in few weeks. The election of this gentleman for diitinguiihed an office is eery creditable to the Gorernment, well on account of his consilient liberality and hi
16 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland