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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
 
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
 
C //ws~‘ flctprg Coniinct^rtrtl

C //ws~‘ flctprg Coniinct^rtrtl

C TUESDAY, JUNE 1835. designated in language not fit to repeated. Tliov, like others, appeared to he brought under the wanton lash of that individual equally with all those who had acted contrary to his wishes. The other day most worthy and excellent man, Mr. Henry Alexander, who
09 June 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
PRIME UPLAND HA V,

PRIME UPLAND HA V,

PRIME UPLAND V, FROM TEN TO SIX FATHOMS. Apply to the Subscriber, oo the Premises, JOHN MARSHALL. Aonabatvo, May, 1835, COUNTY OF MONAGH AN. ARCHIBALD HORNER, 1 BE peremptorily*/ Bankrupt. | X SOLD by PUBLIC/ AUCTION, at the ROYAL EXCHANGE, DUBLIN. WEDNESDAY the Ist day of July n
09 June 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE ELOPEMENT.

THE LATE ELOPEMENT.

[To the proper understanding of what follows it has to be premised that both Lady Seymour and the Honourable Mrs. Norton are sisters of Mr. Sheridan, who eloped with and married Miss Grant, the daughter of Sir Colquhotio Grant, while he was at Poole, whither he bad gone at the i
09 June 1835 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
A CARD.

A CARD.

PIANO FOHTE AND VIOLIN. ROBERT COGHLAN respectfully mlorras the Nobility and Gentry, that he iinends devoting part of Ins time to Teaching the above Instrument* in aasage and Neiehbourhood ibis Summer. . . . . - takes this opportunity of expressing his thanks to those have honou
09 June 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POVSTITimox: OR* CORK ADVERTISER.

THE POVSTITimox: OR* CORK ADVERTISER.

THE OR* CORK ADVERTISER. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. 1 HOUSE OF h»t2. IRISH PETITIbU. V Omchidetl from the CoNSTiTUTioir Saturday. ) The Duke of WELLINGTON tbel rtp one lartientcd more ditl the unforiunßte of opinion which exbffedin Ireland open religious aublecti; without dwelling furt
09 June 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERI AL iplIBILUMMENT. : a i ?? HOUSE OF LORDS-TUESDAY, JUNE 2. COUNTY. DOWN. PETITION. The Marquess of LONDONDERRY said, be rose to address a few words to their Lordships, in presenting one of the most important petitions that ever was laid on that table. It was an essential d
09 June 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHANCERY

CHANCERY

In the Matter of Robert - ) KSI' Creagh, Evj., a Lunatic. IX made this M Cause, and bear- PlaintitT. October, Rolrert Creagh, Esq., a Lu- j on Thursday, natic, and others, day of June instant, Defendants. | at j, hour of One oX’lock ■ ■ ■» {J in the afternoon, at my Chambers, th
09 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

The Chamber of Peers, late on Wednesday afternoon, condemned M. Dichat, the responsible editor of the Tribune, and M. Jauffrcnon, of the Rofirrmateitr, each to one month’s imprisonioent, and a One of 10,000f. M. Trelat *w condemned to three yean’ imprisonment and fine of 10,000f
09 June 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland