Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 10,440 articles

ORANGE LODGES.

ORANGE LODGES.

I EPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE. (Concluded.) SCOTLAND. The two tours of Inspection in 1833 and 1834j, by Lieut,- Colonel FReIrmon11. under brs itineralnt warrant, were intend- ed to extend the Orange system in England and in Scotland; arid, with the patrotnoge of' the Duke of G
29 September 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

I Vnw~,TEWGLISH MARKETS. iV±NV)U.N GORN-EXCHANGE, SEPT. 25._ Tbere are only moderate arrivals of Grain this week, and a scanty return of Flour. -lThe Wheat trade continues firm at Monday's currency for nearly all descriptions. A tole- rably good supply of Barley, and this article
29 September 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

BELFAST ELECTION. A STATEMENT by Mr. THOMAS M'DONNELL, in the Belfast Commercial Chronicle of Saturday, has just reached me. In it be professes to detail, more fully than be did in Court, what passed at the interview between us, referred to in my previous advertisement. It is to
04 September 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
(From the Dai'ia Evetunj Mul.)

(From the Dai'ia Evetunj Mul.)

The Lord* have rejected the Registry and Dublin Police Bill;, and refused to receive some of the re-amendments made bv the Commons in the Bill for Municipal Rtf. nn. The points of difference are ao strong, that to an bones'. Ministry they would be vital; bat it remains to seen w
11 September 1835 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

aSZi church, by the Bey Mr. Catlen, Captain Thomas J. Leavitt, to , Xhmh. eldest daughter of Si, Ed ward Barry, berpenlioesayeiioe, county of Dublin. At Moydora Church, onuoty Loaiford, Godfrey Bhaw, Bsq., Atdandia Castle, Mary, eldest daughter of John Bole, CUdMeteoo, Esq., M.
18 September 1835 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
rpAirS EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, for SEPTEMBER, price ONE SHILLING, contains : —What’s the use of Them ?—The Fudges in England— Expoiure

rpAirS EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, for SEPTEMBER, price ONE SHILLING, contains : —What’s the use of Them ?—The Fudges in England— Expoiure

of the Orange Conspigi®— Advertising considered one of the Fine Arts— Writings of William Cobbett, No. ll.—TraditiouaryjOjallads, by Mary Ilowit; No. V—The Lady Magdtfqpy . Also, Poems Ehenczer Elliott, Louisa Anne Twanley, &c.—Western Wanderings, No. I. (Ireland) —West Country
03 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROSPECTUS

PROSPECTUS

OF THE GRAND ATLANTIC RAILWAY /AND STEAM-PACKET COMPANY. PROCEEDING from Dublin through the WPnties of Meath. Westmeath. Longford, and RoscomraNi. by Mullingar, Longford. Tulsk, Foxford, Ballina, andjdrossmolina, to Blacksod and Broadhaven Bays, in the Colmy of 'Mayo, with Branc
19 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORPORATIONS BILL.

THE CORPORATIONS BILL.

The Duke of WELLINGTON brought up the Report of the Committee appointed to draw up reasons show the grounds on which their Lordships differed from the Commons’ Amendments of the Amendments of the Lords, and to arrange for a Conference. Lord ELLEN BO ROUGH read the Report of the
08 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
.. laughter.) For inrlajce, a man diet, wat determined have gi»*a ue tubeUmial reforma . down all Tory opprcsvion. them

.. laughter.) For inrlajce, a man diet, wat determined have gi»*a ue tubeUmial reforma . down all Tory opprcsvion. them

frown on the men who ' j t i iree f (liiTeienl ,it it only deputed ond the I ~nea remained power. Aye, he would bate reformed belonged to the oligarchical parly, but touch them not, and if inheritor take out adminiotratbn In that dioretr, exactly as the crah wallet—har liwardt.
15 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRADES’ POLITICAL UNION.

TRADES’ POLITICAL UNION.

On Tuesday night a meeting of this body was held at the Corn Exchange, Mr. James Martin in the Chair. Mr. Arkins proposed resolution, calling for the appointment of Committee to devise the best means of collecting money to carry on the registration of the liberal portion of the
17 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland