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iMPEIfoA-L PABLIAMEKXy. iousi: OF Sept. 4. On rl«u«e th.dWU.ou o, tow., '= . tFNBOnOUGH •tiggetted verbal Lord ELLEN coDvereanon) amendment,

iMPEIfoA-L PABLIAMEKXy. iousi: OF Sept. 4. On rl«u«e th.dWU.ou o, tow., '= . tFNBOnOUGH •tiggetted verbal Lord ELLEN coDvereanon) amendment,

and IjOT j Brougham. Lord lone u» ’naudible) betwee Denman.the Abinger. Lord EUenhorough. and uoro clause was postponed. clauses 43.44.48. The Commons, amendment. 0 49.51. 52.54,55. and aB. w«e b discussion. _.„^ eht the 59th clause, beliaTionr. voN said could not consent to The
12 September 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
VITRIOL THROWING.

VITRIOL THROWING.

As Irishmen, and as men, we lament the recurrence of the unmanly, cowardly, and diabolically malignant practice of revenging personal interested quarrels by throwing oil of vitriol on the person of the violator. There is scarcely less of the human spirit in assassination or pois
09 September 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
ALL PARTICULARS

ALL PARTICULARS

May be know and Applications received the Emigration Committee, at Two o'Clock every Thursday, after the 12th 'August, at the Harbour Commissioners’ Office, Lapp’s Island ; or, to Lieutenant Friend, H.M. Emigration Agent, 1, Warren’s Place, Cork. Applications, by Letter, must be
30 September 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KiIRKV 1-VEMXG POST.

THE KiIRKV 1-VEMXG POST.

THE POST. WHOLESALE SWINDLING. Thursduv. the 3d inst.. Mr. William Bell. ° o™'® Sodptv of Friends, and partner in the house of Bell Belfast applied at the Mansion-house, London. eP search-warrant for premises Addle stTwtWood-strect. Cheapside. in which heheleivedcer-8t • frnmlnle
19 September 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KERRY EVENING

THE KERRY EVENING

" PREPARING for To blic ion , (For K «TT!FET LONDON, J by s. lewis, 87, aldersgate-ctreet ire land, a TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARy^ wis ««■" KING HIS MOST GRACIOUS ™ queen HER MOST GRACIOUS GLOUCESTER, Roval Witness the Duke of CUMBERLAND. «« ° oyal His H*ighness the Duke of CAMBRID
19 September 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
D. Nl'll ALE'S EMACI ►TE?) CLERGY.

D. Nl'll ALE'S EMACI ►TE?) CLERGY.

D. ALE'S EMACI ►TE?) CLERGY. In the letter of this ghostly incen•liary there are a few passages which prove that in his zeal to overthrow the ehurch of England, he forgot the pride, insolence and rapacity of the clergy of his own church at every period where churchmen gained even
26 September 1835 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
MOVE OF TROOPS.

MOVE OF TROOPS.

Captain Littledales Troop Ist Roy a ls l e ft R imena t s _ town on yesterday where they were quartered 'ince the Accidental death of Father Witlab. and proceeded tojoin bend quarters at New-Bridge. MONSTRUNI lIORRENDUM. PT Till AUTHOR Or "RRS GESTAR," I' th' hour 'tw•ixt one an
26 September 1835 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
TRADES' UNIONS.

TRADES' UNIONS.

The Irish Coercion Bill having been suffered to expire, the Trades' Unions have been eacouraged to revive. The grass has been uprooted from the Corn-Exch Age only to give place to green of another complexion ; and we are treated With the same spouting of disaffection and the sam
05 September 1835 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
TO Talc IiBIiOCIN OP TIM LOYAL OILANG3

TO Talc IiBIiOCIN OP TIM LOYAL OILANG3

TO Talc OP TIM LOYAL OILANG3 &c. &c. &c. Having learned through the especial information of the deputy grand ma■ter of Lugland and Wake, that owing to acknowledged indiscretion and negligence on his own part. and a like indiscretion or negligence as he reports on the part of othe
05 September 1835 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
DREADFUL I'IHE IN SACKV ILLE STREET. About two o’clock Sunday morning lb* walcliman stalioued near Carlisle Bridge tire issuing from

DREADFUL I'IHE IN SACKV ILLE STREET. About two o’clock Sunday morning lb* walcliman stalioued near Carlisle Bridge tire issuing from

the house Mr. Fergusson, the perfumer, anil he immediately alarmed the inmates who were buried sleep, unconscious their danger. the lime Uial succeeded in arousing Mr. Fergussou, the dairies had spread with frightful rapidity, and the entire building, and lbe ; buman beings that
12 September 1835 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland