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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1835.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1835.

has swayed the decision the Judges in the punishment which, they hive inflicted upon persons convicted of offending against them. *ay that 1 require no ioUeianity, hut if this measure is to be called a bill indemnity, it is so, because frees the Right lion, and Gallant Officer,
05 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE—MILITARY PREPARATIONS.

FRANCE—MILITARY PREPARATIONS.

The roost important intelligence is the assertion that orders have been sent to all parts France not carry into effect the reductions of the army required the votes of the Chamber of Deputies. All furloughs have been withdrawn The reason assigned in the Ministerial journals for
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SYMPATHY for the clergy.

SYMPATHY for the clergy.

\ File of the Aichdvaconry of Leicester, efu» c«lling upon the House of Lord* to reject Tithe Bill, agreed address of condolence to the lri k h Clergy, th« warmest sympathy for the sufferings to which they are posed, consequence the difficulty collecting Ireland. are (say these
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FLUUH AAV UAT MILLS, A A I'AA.

FLUUH AAV UAT MILLS, A A I'AA.

FLUUH AAV UAT MILLS, A I'AA. CO. MEATH.—To LET, for such term as may be agreed on, the above Mills, situate in the centre the Town, the River Boyne, and having a constant supply of Water. The Flour Mill is extensive and commodious, six stories high, and capable of cutting down CO
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JOHN S. TOWNSEND.

JOHN S. TOWNSEND.

The Tenant must execute Leases forthwith and enter into Security Recognizance, himself and two sureties, for payment of the Kent and performance of the Covenants therein. For any further particulars apply to Mr. Aamaotn, Solicitor, No. 7, Upper Dorset-street. Dublin.
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND—LORD PLUNKET.

THE DUKE OF CUMBERLAND—LORD PLUNKET.

OKANGE AFFAIRS. In the hope that we shall not for some time be obliged recur to the name or the exploits of the Illustrious' Duke, we tball proceed to redeem the promise we nude in our last* aneni Iba awkward discrepancy which subsists between the speech delivered by his Royal H
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORANGE LODGES—SECOND REPORT,

ORANGE LODGES—SECOND REPORT,

We insert this day, as much of the Second Report of the Orange Committee as can possibly find room for. It certainly the most important document given the public during the present Session. We confess, though tolerably 1 well read in Orange affairs, had no idea the extent of the
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Haring heard, upon oath, tbe evidence adduced support the above charge, together with what tbe accused has submit led in defence, W£ err of apaaiaa that Suh-Coastahle Monaghan was coming from house where an Orange was supposed to held, and has not luted satisfactorily ?ee his ba
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RULES AND ORDINANCES.

RULES AND ORDINANCES.

Your Comirittee call the attention of the Houoe to the fact, that the rule* and ordinance* of the Loya! Orange Institution in Great Britain, and of the Grand Lodge Ireland, are nearly simi'ar, the rules the former having been formed from those of the latter ; the objects of both
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland