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09 September 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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12 September 1835 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
assembly —proved that It was not compatible with the liberty or happiness of any of those countries. Why, the very

assembly —proved that It was not compatible with the liberty or happiness of any of those countries. Why, the very

history of our own country, as well the history of Prance and other countries, shewed what were the results of being governed solely, and annually elected, hy the public voice.— ( Hear, bear.) Such an assembly generally ends in the assumption of supreme power by some successful
08 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PHRENOLOGY.

PHRENOLOGY.

Friends of Science have now an opportunity fairly testing the truth of one the most useful and interesting discoveries of the age. J. Wilson, Hon. Member PMiiqWßcal Society, Dublin, gives a written delineation and Intellectual character of any individual, suiß asTOfh is the gift
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
as a monster

as a monster

a monster the Munic the north of E to Mr. Pottei contrasted wit have placed tl getters-up of splash, at al' from such fla the chief and doubt he knov •o palpable a is eminently m now turn tain as great insolence as published in Wellikgton epistle with that Mr. O'Cf and afterwarc
12 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Messengers were called in and informed accordingly.

The Messengers were called in and informed accordingly.

The SPEAKER informed them that the House was satis* fied with the reasons for tin* substitution of the clerk assistant for the usual messenger, but they desired that it might not considered precedent—(Cheers and laughter.) Lord John Russell then left the House for the conference
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Major BR AUCLERK protested against these amendments.

Major BR AUCLERK protested against these amendments.

Major AUCLERK protested against these amendments. Mr. WARD concurred with those who thought that the House of Commons did not lower itself hy its conduct as regarded these amendments. Mr. HOWARD was satisfied that the course which the Government had taken was one '■. hat, under a
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TITHE BILL.

TITHE BILL.

Lord MELBOURNE moved the third reading of the Tithe Instalment Suspension Bill. Lord WHARNCLIFFE thought that was utter folly to suppose that the Clergy of Ireland could ever pay the money that had been lent them, and the sooner the country made up their minds to lose the noney
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VICEREGAL GAMBOLS.

VICEREGAL GAMBOLS.

That vary odiUuh, or rather codfish, Tom Moork. has clearly proved that, if the mountebanking of a Viceroy of Ireland worth anything, hia Majesty*! Ministers have made sad mistake in preferring w»r that office Novelist a titled ground and lofty tumbler to untitled child of dance
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEWRY EXAMINER.

THE NEWRY EXAMINER.

“F.JIV Til I*. MAU.U. MOV, fO» TU. o*lll of * f«W." NEVVRY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, IStf. Porti'Cal W« have recited new. from LUbo" of the 24th ult.. the N.utiliu. The Queen - . murri.Kc wild the Prince Saxe Couurg u to on. Ihe tax bon pupeit announce the the jfofernof. and secr
09 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland