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PIER HEAD—DUEL IN

PIER HEAD—DUEL IN

PIER HEAD—DUEL Juki I« Armed—E»pw« etewer, food* eod (M«*nfti»» Brietol. P.Bf*l fuo«U*od -001.-- geiled—Bnuania rteeiner, *»?* Brie* Bocu, (feoerml e»i«». L,Te »*‘ Bscter. geoerri ««*•» Wt*fo d. four v«* Jom 11.—Arriredt —Two eullien. . Heiliti Thiwrt etaMwr> good* end peHcnget%
12 June 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The CHANCELLOR of ibe EXCHEQUER v«ured tl.e hon. tfen.leman that it wu the inteutinii of .Majesty's ft . verument to

The CHANCELLOR of ibe EXCHEQUER v«ured tl.e hon. tfen.leman that it wu the inteutinii of .Majesty's ft . verument to

hrintt m measure of Corporation Refuria for Ireland a* eatennire in ila proritionAs that introduced l.y hit noble friend (hear, hear). could rjicak of the nccessty of reforming the J-rjuirationtin Ireland; he bad bad experii nee of the conduct one of Ihote bodies, and lie knew t
13 June 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
speaker’s lever

speaker’s lever

The question of the adjournment of the Mouse having been put, Mr. HUME rose for the purpose of calling attention to a matter, although of etiquette, yet in itself of considerable importance. Nothing, in his view, could be more imjiortant in maintaining the good understanding exi
09 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOUTH AMERICA—VOLCANIC PHENOMENON.

SOUTH AMERICA—VOLCANIC PHENOMENON.

accounts from Honduras we have official.rejiort the city of of the remarkable volcanic phenomenon which was experienced there at the beginning of the present year. It appear* that the 20th of Jannarv, half-past six o’clock in the morning, cloud was observed upon the summit the m
13 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUESDAY, JUNK 11 NOTICES OF MOTIONS.

TUESDAY, JUNK 11 NOTICES OF MOTIONS.

TUESDAY, JUNK 11 NOTICES MOTIONS. Mr. Sharman Crawford—Bill to amend the Grand Juries in Ireland Act—Reports of riotous proceedings at Ballykclly, county of Londonderry. Mr. Wyse—Committee relative to Diocesan and Royal Schools in Ireland, with a view to extending their utility.
11 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORDER OF THE DAY.

ORDER OF THE DAY.

Kerry Election Petition—Ballot for Committee at quarter after three o’clock. MONDAY, JUNK 15— NOTICES OF MOTION. Lord Morpeth—To call the attention of the House to the Irish Tithe question. Mr. Maurice O’Connell—Select Committee to inquire into the conduct of General Darling whi
11 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROBINSON BROTHERS- UNITED STATES AND BRITISH AMERICAN PACKET OFFICE, 14, GoRtR Piazzas, Livkrfool. Prte Deck to l.ivnpool. NEW YOUK, 'v,!eltbaltimoke,

ROBINSON BROTHERS- UNITED STATES AND BRITISH AMERICAN PACKET OFFICE, 14, GoRtR Piazzas, Livkrfool. Prte Deck to l.ivnpool. NEW YOUK, 'v,!eltbaltimoke,

PHItAUELHHIA#^ NEW oV EVe,yFO,,Dig ' ,f yUEBEC,V^^ MONTREAL. J Proprietors of tJiis superior sod olrl L established Company beg to inform their Friends and the Public that their arrangements for this year defy compe- for the superiority of their Ships, punetuality of IKitarlure,
13 June 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARLOW ELECTION.

CARLOW ELECTION.

i«.-<lay Mr. Vigor’s address the electori Carlovr. Our Utters from Carlow indu(*e us state with confidence that, supposing the moans within reach of the popular members arc properly r. or!;od—which have no reason doubt—Carlow will another splendid instance of that Fpirit which h
13 June 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAIEKFORD CHKONICLE.

THE WAIEKFORD CHKONICLE.

that hoiine would not riae with indignation. (Hear, hear.) Nevertheless he would prove, that the Theatre when the Lord LeiutenHnt of the late Administration was present, «n Orange banner was diapUyed, with the marks black, ind inscribed with the cry of No Popery/* This was in Lu
13 June 1835 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
f REPORTER.

f REPORTER.

REPORTER. to the absence of evil intentions in. thbsfe who have accidentally been placed at hishead.” Now iflwerC choose a corporation the neighbourhood of which I, as individual not interested the application of corporate property, ahd fond of good living, shofild like to reside
09 June 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland