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roUNTY WATEREOHD ,n,Toa the and weekly «A. TO T«« » D,T0 * T ERFOKI> CHRONICLES. .. Before /*e Country hf

roUNTY WATEREOHD ,n,Toa the and weekly «A. TO T«« » D,T0 * T ERFOKI> CHRONICLES. .. Before /*e Country hf

Mrajfd flood alone artnfjado. —lt would be a task easy to perform to deal with Sl * on principle-to meet in Constitutional fight !U ° whose principles were the result of education, no how vitiated, for in him common honesty might atter no matter how strong his opposition * w ref
19 September 1835 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
RULES AND ORDINANCES.

RULES AND ORDINANCES.

Your committee call the attention of the house to the fact, that the rules and ordinances of the Loyal Oiange Institution in of the Grand Orange Lodge in Ireland, are nea>ly rules of the former having been formed from those the latter; the objects of both institutions are also n
19 September 1835 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
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waterrom> share. They saw the deed settlement before him—by it every was accountable the full amount of pro-1 pertv ; this was their guarantee the possibility . failure ; without thst they could nut afford proper security the public. Some persons were frightened this proivsion, t
05 September 1835 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
'it lOI|Tj2 V. ' t.ik ciujonicie.) li ~■•1. iv-Inst betwrpn sisiy "■ <* . ~i„ .t -tv lt* ; the

'it lOI|Tj2 V. ' t.ik ciujonicie.) li ~■•1. iv-Inst betwrpn sisiy "■ <* . ~i„ .t -tv lt* ; the

tils «i>vo -.*n(*i s.msfnit . , ■ ,1,- rv.-mt'S went utr k mnoner ttrallfyintj the "r..y sn.l biphly U*<««f'"B - socs *- nnv rne-t.n-- the priests of the C.th-.lm i. c. notice an.l sltenlmn she.til 1 he. the )f , it* lint irl.l —the represenlsltve the mnje y !„ ..hie to ..1.1, H
05 September 1835 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Belfast, 25th August, 1835.

Belfast, 25th August, 1835.

CONSECRATION OF A A CHAIKA. THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that DROMARA CHAPBL will b« Comm ltd on SUNDAY, the 6th September, the Right Rct. Doctor BLAKE, who will Pteocb on the oceotuon. Dirine Sciric* to commence at II o'clock. A Select CHOIR will in attend.nee. /Ls 1 Ti
02 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE LITERARY

THE LITERARY

16 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE LXTEBART EXAMINER*

THE LXTEBART EXAMINER*

26 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE QENTIAN FLOWER. ,(rtO)C TgJt jCOMTItUTIQKAL MtUltlPß.) Thou blossom, bright with Autumn dew. And coloured with heaven’s own blpe. That

THE QENTIAN FLOWER. ,(rtO)C TgJt jCOMTItUTIQKAL MtUltlPß.) Thou blossom, bright with Autumn dew. And coloured with heaven’s own blpe. That

openest when the quiet light Succeeds the keen and frosty night: Thou comes! not when the violets O’er wandering brooks pnd springs unseen When columbines, in purple drest, Nor o’er the ground-bird's bidden nest. Thou wsitest late and corn's! a|one. When woods are bare and birds
26 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
BRIBERY WITNESSES* INDEMNITY BILL.

BRIBERY WITNESSES* INDEMNITY BILL.

On the order of the for receiving the report of the amendments of (his hill having been moved, The Bail of Wicklow maintained that the measure was unconstitutional. Karl Grey the East Uetford case had objected on principle to the indemnity which was brought in. The bill was foun
09 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
HENRY O’HAGAN. 203

HENRY O’HAGAN. 203

CORN STORE TO LET. Store is supposed to contain 130 Tons •A. Wriahi of him! it* iron 1 Quay of rAKUNGFORD, when* Giaill ran lie Shipped on Board at 4d. Ton; and i< in a country where the Crop is Bailey and Wheat, of the very best description, and lipnc* the Highest Prires both i
09 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland