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HIS MAJESTY AND HIS VICEROY

HIS MAJESTY AND HIS VICEROY

We can state upon tha most unquestionable authority that on the occasion of the King iuveiling the Honourable Francis Stanhope with the riband, badge, and Black rod of tba Order of St. Patrick, his Majesty addressed that gentleman in nearly the following words, aud iu the most o
03 August 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
GALWAY ASSIZES. Ktv. Thoma* hterhenu, versrs Mr. James Drerne. la this case, which on at the Inst As•ixea in Galway,

GALWAY ASSIZES. Ktv. Thoma* hterhenu, versrs Mr. James Drerne. la this case, which on at the Inst As•ixea in Galway,

Mr. M'Uvrmott opened thu pteadinga. Mr. Keating, K.C. atated esse. —The nota for which lha action it brought is dated March 25tb, 1834, payable at Lifford in 1- Diontha after date, to Mrs Luby, or order, and endorsed to Plaintiff, and ha aacndoreoa, bow bringa hit action for rec
20 August 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
tancs of 17 miles to the rouvent. The defendant happened to ha from home when tliU occured, ahd upon his

tancs of 17 miles to the rouvent. The defendant happened to ha from home when tliU occured, ahd upon his

return it is iaipui,silde to discriba his sorroiv surprise. instantly nrole to tho •npHrioraas of the conrenf, demanding his danprhtor. I'll* learned counsel her* read the defendant's letter dated 14th February, 1831, which follows after report of tha trial.] The reply which the
20 August 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
VOL. LVII. me, but my resolution it fixed and pUam God ■hall not altered. 1 have tho honor to be,

VOL. LVII. me, but my resolution it fixed and pUam God ■hall not altered. 1 have tho honor to be,

&c. Sic. JAMES BREEV. Rev. T. M'lncrheny. Latter from plaintiff in reply tho foregoing. Enni*, September 3, 1831. Dear Sir.—Having arrived this day in F.nnis, your letter of tho 24tb nil. has only this moment reached me. Haying retd it I submitted it to tbs superioress. As to tb
20 August 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
will be I'llilny, llie imtnr.t, if you in ll.«t c'ny will, I Inut. •«u'a every tlin-g (inHily, »ho nmit icmaiu

will be I'llilny, llie imtnr.t, if you in ll.«t c'ny will, I Inut. •«u'a every tlin-g (inHily, »ho nmit icmaiu

m l.\:» Uin very anxious statu mind awaitiny your sct'lement. i remain dear b-ir, your very liumble servant, M. A. LLbY, Superioiese. Mr. James Drecne. Copy of letter from plaintiff to defendant, Ennis, Liifard, May 7, 18J4. dear Mr. lircmie.—You will permit me to expres* sincer
20 August 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
mOM THE STAN HARD.

mOM THE STAN HARD.

THE STAN HARD. FOREIGN NEWS The domestic intelligence in the French papers is still referruble to the late attempt on the lil'e of the Ring. The assassin is considered likely to survive bis wounds, but not to give any information. A special commission has been issued to inquire r
20 August 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
COCRT MARTI \ I

COCRT MARTI \ I

COCRT MARTI I At Court Martial a-sonibli'd atfia!- wav, Momlay, June Kill, *nd continued ailjoiirninenta tin! I’Jtli, I.i«i;teQ»nt Sir Jama* Douglas Hamilton Hay, Bait, Acting I’avmaster, lititli Depot, srrnigucd uj! tt tlio following charges ; Ist For fraudulent conduct unbecomi
20 August 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
roar ok claue.

roar ok claue.

roar claue. dr*.ii jiit* .■ i ', t \S i.liam isi.i'tcr, (rom wiili .1 b of timber for Mr. Miidia- in.uu ; i A yoonp <n»n nni.ivJ iloilr Quin, who went bal’ne, i» morning, nc:.r the Mill*, wa» »c- Ijiiteliy ilrownci!. Yesterdev inorninpc the (iret division of the I'ih Uejt'nnenl,
20 August 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
MARUIAGKS.

MARUIAGKS.

In Waterford, Walter iron, of that city, F.sq.» to Mory, of the lute Joseph Knox, the same place, merchant. James Hoyle, F-sg. of Boyle’s Grove, Cork, to Catherine, youngest daughter the late J. E. Lucas, of Kiebardstown. In Dublin, Captain James Wooloughan, to Eliza Thoumsine,
20 August 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
TUF. MAGISTRACY

TUF. MAGISTRACY

We Lecj rttll Lord Mulprava's ntleulion to aiticlo copied from the Northern Whig into our (.resent mimber. Will bis Excellency j »[lerson bold tbe commission of tlio peace, nho makes bis pi ess the vehicle of such sentiment —both of sedition and bi"U treason, as ars contained tb
20 August 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland