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MURDER OF THE REV. JOHN WALSH.

MURDER OF THE REV. JOHN WALSH.

The investigation concluded on Wednesday the honourable acquittal of the three prisoners charged by the woman Rooney having been the perpetrators the crime. Her a evidence was not only totally unsupported, but contradicted every material point by host of witnesses. What could ha
31 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL BANK OF IRELAND.

NATIONAL BANK OF IRELAND.

Wednesday last, a branch of the National Bank of Ireland was opened at Enniacorthy, under the management of the efficient and popular secretary of the late Catholic Association, Mr. Edward Dwyer. Attendance the House or Commons.—Sir Patrick Bellew, after many months attendance i
31 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. HUME said his meaning was, that if ail the salutary reforms which the country had a right to expect,

Mr. HUME said his meaning was, that if ail the salutary reforms which the country had a right to expect,

the results of the reform in that house, were to be repudiated and thrown out elsewhere; and if the public money was to be squandered away, and the peace of the country disturbed by them, without the slightest regard to the dictates of reason, justice, or common sense, it would
03 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. O'CONNELL remarked that the disclosure of bad principles sometimes led to good. The right hon. member for the University

Mr. O'CONNELL remarked that the disclosure of bad principles sometimes led to good. The right hon. member for the University

of Dublin had that night given them a specimen of his liberality of feeling—he seemed actuated with such zeal to amount almost to spiritual ferocity (hear, hear). He seemed to be actuated by the feeling that he was alone infallible, and that the law which he laid down must be ri
03 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—Thursday.

HOUSE OF LORDS—Thursday.

HOUSE OF LORDS— Thursday. The royal assent was given by commission to the Stamp Consolidation Bill, the Merchants’ Seamen Bill, the Lunatic Asylum (Ireland) Bill, the Manure Toll Exemption Bill, and several private bills. Sir William Gosset, the new Sergeant-at-Arms, attended the
03 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT TO STATIONERS, COUNTRY MERCHANTS, AND ATTORNEYS. J. M‘DO SNELL, 7, MKKCHANTS’-UUAY, OPPOSITK THE FOTB COL’RT3, BEGS inform his Friends

IMPORTANT TO STATIONERS, COUNTRY MERCHANTS, AND ATTORNEYS. J. M‘DO SNELL, 7, MKKCHANTS’-UUAY, OPPOSITK THE FOTB COL’RT3, BEGS inform his Friends

and the Public, that has received, per the Frolic from London, about One Thousand Reams KENTISH PAPERS, manufactured by the celebrated Whatman, Ausell, Greene and Turner. has likewise engaged with the most celebrated StWfch Makers, for a constant supply of BROWN I. in addition t
03 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

An order arrived in Fermoy, on Saturday faat, for the entire effective force of the 94th Regiment to proceed to Cork, where they are to remain during the of hi« Excellency, Earl Mulgrave, and then to return to their quarter* at Fermoy. Accordingly, on Monday, Colonel Paty and th
03 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(■ottcjj’.'.n cf di» I b!1 li.zartf*, »nd sUiam^. jfiiii-e retit (or, Mr,— said •Ipiu'd IttiiU M r**i*|H>risiblß ilia Hiuiuiit, (ti*‘

(■ottcjj’.'.n cf di» I b!1 li.zartf*, »nd sUiam^. jfiiii-e retit (or, Mr,— said •Ipiu'd IttiiU M r**i*|H>risiblß ilia Hiuiuiit, (ti*‘

liml ii ulijla’ig j nf oiia i>f llieiiclcik *. L'iUm«i |y |'J <• v.u* ufjiicsitii «nll, in api! i.Hi,a aad wi,;le i!i« *•«) inquiry \\aa inaile a- tt | lln* (tiuiy **a» «l tnlimli-il pillar a Mi. i-anl In, uliuulii mu, ami i,n ifim 11 a tiHi.klllK lliili-.’, N»*|»>ri. liaillUiar
12 August 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC S\ MPATIIY

PUBLIC S\ MPATIIY

PUBLIC MPATIIY Or. Sunday evenlnj; nhuut live thousand persons opaosito (ho ofli of Tipperary Free Pit's, and it (icing the Ass /os week, many liom all pints ih- eonntv mixed with the multitude.— They maintained solemn silence for considerable time, after which our excellent mech
08 August 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
>'STEI? COMMERCIAL AND LITEKARY ADVERTS?!-

>'STEI? COMMERCIAL AND LITEKARY ADVERTS?!-

COMMERCIAL AND LITEKARY ADVERTS?!- THETRUECATHOLIC EMANCIPATION. (From the Examiner J I am,” says Swift in one of his letters, in a cursed, factious, oppressed, miserable country, not made nature but the slavish, hellish principles of execrable prevailing faction in it.” This the
08 August 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland