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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
 
Notice.

Notice.

HE Public are respectfully informed, that all fho U Princiial WOOLLEN-DRAPERSJttLK MERCERS, HOSIERS, and A HERD ASIHfiIS, Belfast, THURSDAY, »hc Ist ofCfciMbcr nr\t, SHUTibeir WAREHOUSES at GbkT/Clock, P..M. (insi'-Hil NINE, an loruieriy,) and kO uutii the Hi May, IS3G. Sep:* 18
30 September 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED.

BELFAST SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED.

2s—Arab (st.). Stewart, Glasgow ; Mayßower, M‘Aliater, grain; IHg, Cuddy, London, general cargo; Jessie, Jackson, St. Jolio’s, timber. 26—Spruce, Nicholson, St. John’s, timber; John and Charles, Lewis, Dublin, barm; Falcon (at.), ton, Liverpool; Shannon (st.). Bell, IxMidoo; Ecl
30 September 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
KOVAL MARINES.

KOVAL MARINES.

Major—E. Baillie, of the Woolwich division, to the Portsmouth, vice Sir F. Lee. COLONIAL MARKETS— Fridav. British Plantation Sugars —There is not much business doing, and the sales this week have been limited to 2,000 hhds. The arrivals continue large. East India Sugar has impro
30 September 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONSTABULARY.

THE CONSTABULARY.

CArrAiir Battersby.— We regret find that, in consequence of sndden and unexpected order from Dublin Castle on Sonday last, this excellent public officer has resigned bis charge as Sub-Inspector of this county, and will proceed on the first October to take the superintendence of
30 September 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPOHTAST FRO 111 ITAT.V

IMPOHTAST FRO 111 ITAT.V

The news from Italy rontaimtl in the German papers is rot inti-rest. Alarm has felt for the public trantjuillitv, and it is noticed that repoit ciicnla- thnt the French jtnvernniont is proposed to occupy several |K)ir.ts in the Homan States. Cardinal rl’lsoard lots arrived un-.-
30 September 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
O’CONNELL IN GLASGOW. (from the dublix evexixo packet of sept. 26.) The peripatetic patriot,ahas the strollingmendicant.took his benefit in Glasgow

O’CONNELL IN GLASGOW. (from the dublix evexixo packet of sept. 26.) The peripatetic patriot,ahas the strollingmendicant.took his benefit in Glasgow

on Monday last. The theatre appears to have been a temporary rostrum erected in the Green,” and the audience—fit hearers for such a performer—was exclusively composed of the lowest mechanics and members of the trades’ Unions. The before-dinnner exhibition was, by all accounts, a
30 September 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland