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DU CLIN ELECTION—THE COMM IS-^

DU CLIN ELECTION—THE COMM IS-^

CLIN ELECTION—THE COMM IS-^ SION. The Standard of Wednesday last contains the following paragraph : Before the session, we mast put one question, which hope to hear repeated in the house of commons. Why have Messrs O’Connell and llntliven been permitted to usurp, by a minifest fr
19 September 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Sir H. Ilardinge—Yes, good intent.

Sir H. Ilardinge—Yes, good intent.

Mr. S. Rice, after a dead pause, consequent upon the interruption, said, Martin, who set fire the cathedral of York, was said to have thought he acted wisely and with good intent in such his misdeed, lie (Mr. Rice) bad also heard a statement of a man who with good intent was sai
09 September 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
’the: clonMel herald.

’the: clonMel herald.

’the: herald. ful term*, and why ? Became,” »aid he, the luatl which you made to the clergy was in point of fset boon to the landed inter, of Ireland. Now was one of the landowners of that country. and a* a member of the landed interest of Ireland he would say, ** received no boo
09 September 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CLONMEL HERALD

THE CLONMEL HERALD

PRICE OF IRISH STOCKS, SEPt. 15. Bank Stock ... ... .., Irish 3 per cent. Consol* -•; ... ■— Cosernment Debenture per cent. 91 Do. Stock 3j per cent. «• Do. New per cent. Grand Canal 1.. 4 per cent, ... Do. do. , per cent. ... Royal Canal Stock ... Grand Canal Stuck ... .
23 September 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
CORPORATION BILL.

CORPORATION BILL.

The following is from the Sathist, and quote it not from any resppet for the political authority of that journal, but from it* containing improbable solution of the great question," as it is termed. Speaking of the commons, that journal says:— will be seen with what alacrity the
12 September 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CLONMEL HERALD.

THE CLONMEL HERALD.

not been offered but decidedly withheld.— Negociationn for the marriage the Queen to the young Prince Saxe Cobourg arc utill going forward, bat the German Palter* discredit the probability of an alliance. THE CHURCH. His Grace the Archbishop of Cashel, lias presented the Rev. Mr
30 September 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
WATr.RFOUD ELECTIOX.

WATr.RFOUD ELECTIOX.

1.-JS2 rpncr,! t'm: ; .-v,i ,11., will. TIK-ir litis (tension slm.-.vs tlmt in tl'o miM.ts an.l aUnreme-ut? that ware l.<;)<! nut inem, ll.cir .M.ifiilcnop one was m.t-'.akpn, who that lie will again, if occasion slior.l.l o.Tec, show tlmt licleserves it. [Chocring.) I liopc, co
26 September 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
concerned in tin" memorial, ami I know was al the same lime the rejiorter fur the papers ijucetion, tl.« memorial

concerned in tin" memorial, ami I know was al the same lime the rejiorter fur the papers ijucetion, tl.« memorial

is fountleil. honour he. lortl, A'uur lordship's s> rv.int. S. II ATKINS. DubFn, Septonibcr. 17, 1835. Sir The Lord T.ieutenant liavin" directed certain laid before me, rela-ing a compiamt preferred aßainst you as of* the count of ipperary, hy a person of the name Michael Carey,
26 September 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
INHUMAN CRUELTY

INHUMAN CRUELTY

flip niy’it Sitmlny last some inlinmnn miscrraiits p .uipil quantity •“ oil of vitriol into the ears tun horses the lands of Knockn, putt of the estate M'tn. Madden Glascott, Esq. Piltown Wexford, They were found next morning in the most exerneiuting agony. Ihe owner, man named
26 September 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
VOL. JC—No. 1,229 PRICE SIX PENCE.

VOL. JC—No. 1,229 PRICE SIX PENCE.

had been given to the magistrates, and it worked well, fur though the magistrates had virtually transferred the power to the inspectors, still they exercised salutary contruul over it by the power of recalling it whenever they saw it abused ; and having used the power which the
05 September 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland