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THE GLASGOW O’CONNELL DEMONSTRATION

THE GLASGOW O’CONNELL DEMONSTRATION

bv whom Mr. O’Connell was this The raultitud X were never before witnessday welcomed to Glasgow, wu j'. .*• believe, ever oLOUdna. At the lowest" compulation there coulil to Jemet S. »“ “r." mlmS;, ;..o compol sure winch he evinced during the whole tune was absolutely astonishin
30 September 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MATRIMONIAL IRIS.

THE MATRIMONIAL IRIS.

Transplanted from Heaven, her own native shiea, Caine woman, angel, to consecrate man; And the Are that e'en tears cannot quench in her ayes. First lit the love-flame that in Eden began. Then a tear, now a smile—•*t the type of our loves— A shower am) sunshine that mingle l«»get
30 September 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
A VIRGINIAN DUEL—MESSRS. SHIELDS, ASHBURN, AND GRIGSBY.

A VIRGINIAN DUEL—MESSRS. SHIELDS, ASHBURN, AND GRIGSBY.

VIRGINIAN DUEL—MESSRS. SHIELDS, ASHBURN, AND GRIGSBY. Chuckatuck, July 4th, 1835.— Harm* two accounts in your paper of the onforlnoateand horrid affair which took place in Chuckalnckou Tacaday the olt., and believing it would be wane MiUfaction you, a* well to the public, to be c
30 September 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
CONVERSIONS TO THE TRUE FAITH,

CONVERSIONS TO THE TRUE FAITH,

We feel much pleaiure in transferring to our oolums the following exbilira ting paragraph from the Dublin Record, zealous and efficient journal devoted to the cause of truth : '* have been favoured with a letter from apart of the country, not hundred miles distant, conveying som
30 September 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
will know bow ntiml* «h* f*«l drift of »tt«ek* Irrrlkd «t heir (meet Mil (reel friend. It >• b«t duty

will know bow ntiml* «h* f*«l drift of »tt«ek* Irrrlkd «t heir (meet Mil (reel friend. It >• b«t duty

tbe« irlvee to support him on eeeey oeessioo, with ol heart end strength, and at attempt mode dednet from the honour whieh belongs him, to honour him the ■tore. —Afoouaig Advertiser . Mr. O’Connell Glasoow.— ln a report of the «rsnd dinner given Co Mr. O’Connell Giawgow, which •
30 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NEWSPAPER CHAT.

NEWSPAPER CHAT.

Afterthought.— A dreadful Incendiary fire, which consumed pro|>criv to the amount of £l,dOtltook place the premises of Mr. Charles Osborn, last week, at Fareman. For the apprehension of the perpetrators a reward of not less than £4OO is offered. On the following day the principa
30 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ARRIVAL OF MR. OCONNELt.

ARRIVAL OF MR. OCONNELt.

At an early hour yesterday morning the Trades poured out in thousands towards Mulgrave-bridge, tbe place appointed for receiving Mr. O'Connell, who bad aignified his intention of arriving the Holyhead packet, and proceeding immediatelv after to his residence in Merrion-square. I
30 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
sS >v «•>- “*- j pmt one o’clock. The Duke perUwk o( dqeuuer with field bad Interview* yeatentaywhh Lord GIS.

sS >v «•>- “*- j pmt one o’clock. The Duke perUwk o( dqeuuer with field bad Interview* yeatentaywhh Lord GIS.

coloaUl-offic. and with the Chancellor ’the Ktchequer ta Downing-atreet. . w. Tbe Chancellor of the Exchequer leave* Loadon Mon- (nr Ireland. Bl* family remain ia town. 5%e Bishop of Lincoln, ordained seventeen Priests at Barken on Sunday, including the Kev. Samuel T. Mosse, Tri
30 September 1835 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LIMERICK. CHRONICLE.

THE LIMERICK. CHRONICLE.

30 September 1835 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
“ THE CONSPIRACY."

“ THE CONSPIRACY."

THE CONSPIRACY." Coi-1.E0F.-sTUF.r.T Police office. —On Sitnrday Mr. Marcus Costello applied to magistrates this office for leave to swear infotmations, winch were prepared, against Thomas Dalton, for wilful and corrupt perjury the Dublin Flection Commission. The magistrates h tv
30 September 1835 - Galway Patriot - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland