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DUBLIN ELECTION COMMISSION. were occupied during the letter portion of week with the petitioner!' case of objected rote* with l

DUBLIN ELECTION COMMISSION. were occupied during the letter portion of week with the petitioner!' case of objected rote* with l

0 t he Wide-strect ceM for the county of Dublin. , the cro**-ei»mination George F. Johnston, (one of (he collectors of this cesa.) on behalf of the sitting members, “*; h reference to the premises 6, Upper Camden street, the mmissioners departed from the brief of suggestions han
02 September 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BREWERS.

TO BREWERS.

AN experienced Porter and Ale BREWER, who has conducted some of the first-rate London, Dublin, and Liverpool Breweries, and who has bad extensive practice the North of England, in (he fermenting Process as now so successfully carried on the celebrated Messrs. Bentlys, whereby th
02 September 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE BILL.

DUBLIN POLICE BILL.

Lord DUNGANNON, inruoving that the house do resolve itself into a commute this bill, stated that he had held communications with the government in Ireland the subject of this bill, and was authorised to assure their lordships that the corporation of Dublin was not interested in
07 September 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DINNER TO SIR R. PEEL, AT TAMWORTH. to attempt practicalaljastment of eyery one of them On Friday an entertainment, distinguished

DINNER TO SIR R. PEEL, AT TAMWORTH. to attempt practicalaljastment of eyery one of them On Friday an entertainment, distinguished

as well for its (loud cheers). Far be it from me to p ace any P“ , •plendour a» good taste, was given Sir R. Peel at the Town- these realms beneath the other, rar ei r °' , t e oseo f hall, Tamworth, the most influemial inhabitants of Tam- the representatives of Ireland in the s
07 September 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Hi *»: lOßUS.— «irri;.:i.tn J. SOL LCDUFS. , lore! PLUNK F.r, i!!rp«rioii* duke j In ! is plnce, port a

Hi *»: lOßUS.— «irri;.:i.tn J. SOL LCDUFS. , lore! PLUNK F.r, i!!rp«rioii* duke j In ! is plnce, port a

ntlri* *.he il.ttrt::;;is c!u-« I (Cunil*e»lan(l) »i ne’*. sp»».er of •‘ ; *erJay Ofunjrp «t r.! t! d ' i Nd prtsided. T!ie Mtrio.tieJ * to? j d**kn m. tl. ,t J !.:♦•! l»een ;1 j f*» nttucUs most violr: t and virulent <■ meter, tVat noble and Irr.rneu lord, Liuirc'f, l.ud taken
07 September 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
O! AG !£.'.! INDUoTUY. Meeting of the Tru;tc<s will place ilie i-itli r next, 31, 133.:.

O! AG !£.'.! INDUoTUY. Meeting of the Tru;tc<s will place ilie i-itli r next, 31, 133.:.

07 September 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
I HADES’ UNION

I HADES’ UNION

mectif the body lie in thu Corn- Exchange, r*lr. L.t anuu, the hair. .Mr. Huy acted r.e Secretary. After (lie ailmusion few bail boon lui.vcl, collccloia bail hamletl in e they bad ccivod, tiio secretary lead tba accounts of the body, by wine it appeared li.et a sum £74 S . I’j.
07 September 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
A NOTH EH MI'UDEHER

A NOTH EH MI'UDEHER

NOTH MI'UDEHER At the Petty Sessions man in flip custody the police, under a warrant signed the Magistrate* of was charged his own confession, with the murder of the Uev. John Walsh. persisted his declaration that was the murderer, until he arrived Carlow, when confessed had made
03 September 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
present excluded from the enjoyment of that species of property. , Lord Ashbebtok observed that some such clause as the

present excluded from the enjoyment of that species of property. , Lord Ashbebtok observed that some such clause as the

present ought have Keen intro into the act which repealed the corporation and test acts. Lord Brougham expected, that should the • lause adopted, it would frequently happen that sMiulnniHS would applied for in the court of King's Bench, and that this issue would come to lie trie
02 September 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
CORroHATIOM BILT..

CORroHATIOM BILT..

The Marques* Lansdow.ne, befiire the Noble Marquess proceeded »ilii his motion, leave to give e»pl mation regarding the un-tnslandingof last night. ha i seen in the usual of iuidrnniiion, that the airangeme. t understood bt, that the nis»‘U-sioii was not to lakeu upon the itep v
02 September 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland