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Hud. Member for Mealb would Lave been satisfactory the Utght Hon. and Gallant Officer. It seeina, however, that it i»

Hud. Member for Mealb would Lave been satisfactory the Utght Hon. and Gallant Officer. It seeina, however, that it i»

satisfactory. 1 iherefme hope that the Committee will not suffer th;B matter proceed farther for if caonot the matter to peaceful and satisfactory termination, 1 have only one duly to perform, and that report »■> the whole House what just occurred in the Committee. (Hear, hear.)
05 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
i lime line • f mini's

i lime line • f mini's

05 September 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CLONMEL HERALD

THE CLONMEL HERALD

before tbe liuiine to nrliicb' bogged to their lord»hip«’Attention. Tlie first wa* the prisoners’ counsel bill, which had been referred to a select committee, before whom much evidence had been taken, but he had not yet an opportunity of teeing it. Of course their lordship* coul
05 September 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE THE JUSTLY CELEBUATED B,i «nd speedy euro of many ▼ ▼ those diseases which have baffled the j»kill

TO THE THE JUSTLY CELEBUATED B,i «nd speedy euro of many ▼ ▼ those diseases which have baffled the j»kill

of the faculty, and served spread his futiiu throughout empite, intends to visit CLONMEL earlv September. Ibe old established Latent Medicine Warehouse continues to be well supplied with Dr. LAM ERT'S Medicine-*. which are now universally acknowledged, from their tried ciEcdcy.
05 September 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
ISS , TO LET, For such terms may be agreed upon, That commodious concern, with excellent Stabling for 40 Horses,

ISS , TO LET, For such terms may be agreed upon, That commodious concern, with excellent Stabling for 40 Horses,

together witli about two across of Ground which it stands, and any additional quantity of l and the Tenant may require, adjoining thereto, &c. There is better Situation for Public Business, nor for a changing-place for Coach Horses, being on the Mail- Coach Road, from Belfast to
05 September 1835 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
. - j/■ _ ji„ r( / naaf ) » •l*o (Ut« the Idler. Wb»l, in; Lord, is the object

. - j/■ _ ji„ r( / naaf ) » •l*o (Ut« the Idler. Wb»l, in; Lord, is the object

which {Continued Jrom the Jtrtt page.) Cooil)tny hav< vitw , ,i ro y to .scrum the who live opposite plaintiff s house, ami thrown into his exttniof the clHim, and to iof..mi them of (his, as satd,exposed most inclement season; together with u proper)r perform the condition. ihe
05 September 1835 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON, THURSDAY, tERT. 3. In the House of Lords last night, on the Registry of Voters '.'lreland) Bill—one of the very worst specimens of Whig legislation—there was very interesting debate, in which Lord Melbourne had the modesty to say that his government did not court popular
05 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REGISTRATION OK VOTERS' BILL.

REGISTRATION OK VOTERS' BILL.

This measure, evidently introduced for the purpose of swamping the Protestant constituency of Ireland, and vitiating still mors the electoral body by an infusion of Popery and pauperism, has been deservedly rejected in the Home of Lords hy majority of 5(. The debate on the subje
05 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VP*

VP*

05 September 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD MULGRAVE’S VISIT TO TUAM.

LORD MULGRAVE’S VISIT TO TUAM.

About three o’clock on Thursday, hit Excellency was met Casllegrove by an immense number of horsemen, and upwards of twenty carriages. The number of well-mounted horsemen was very great, and most of them wore blue silk scarfs, in imitation of those which were worn when bis late
05 September 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland