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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
 
Declamation, about a month each year

Declamation, about a month each year

N.B.—The Prefect of the Dunboyne establishment, and Professor of Theology. Canon Law. and Ecclesiastical History, in the second quarter of the last year, obtained an Increase of 20/. per annum. The salaries of the other Professors have been uniformly in the above return. Gf.nii’
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GUAM) HE VIEW

GUAM) HE VIEW

GUAM) VIEW K tEiscn, Aig. 10. —All the Russian troops destined for the review at Kalisch arc now assembled, with the exception of the 6;h battalion the Guards, which are on their march from Dantzic. The army consists of for eight battalions nf infantry, twenty-four squadrons of c
10 September 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
MOJNfcV.

MOJNfcV.

. . . Loan Sum of SjXJ^jfc.» 5,10,1 , >o l, of J. time, the most Apply Mr. Wright, Selicitj/7, Digges-slreet, Dubini if letter post-paid. - thanks. IFT Y thanks will be given at Lady Gentleman who will procure tor a Gentleman ready for Ordination. Thej/ctest honor may lie re-11
10 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SALE THIS DAY.

SALE THIS DAY.

Sugar Auction. Jfc W. MURPHY will SELLby AUCTION on , THURSDAY, the lOthWmUnt, «t TWELVE o'clock, / 80 Hhds. DEMEFARiLsUGAR. GEO. C. HYNDMAN, Broker. (iO, Waring* Street. 7th Sept.
10 September 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
kAi kC 8 IN ULST£K,

kAi kC 8 IN ULST£K,

IN ULST£K, (To AM COUNTY AamacH Moun'notrn, Monday, SepUmitr 1A— Mvkohill, Friday, 18. Porudowo, Saturday, 19. Catam.—BuitYnbmlcf, Svtdlißbir, Monday, Stfttmbtr 14. Kiagwoon, Saturday, 19. Down.—•LoucMricklHKl, Taaday, StptomMr 18. SumlW. Ttnroday, 17. Dtoskan, Friday, 18. Bonlra
10 September 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Meeting the Mendicity Committee, held September, 1830, picsent—The Reverend Mr. FLANAGAN in the Chair; Messrs. Saul, Kertiand, Lacy, and Wright,

Meeting the Mendicity Committee, held September, 1830, picsent—The Reverend Mr. FLANAGAN in the Chair; Messrs. Saul, Kertiand, Lacy, and Wright,

it was Resolved—That the following r 11 I ilxntit i ITII before the Public, with the hope from the fellow.creatures the Received up to Ist September, Ditto, ditto September, X s. d. 3.ISS 6 Deficiency this. ear !,UBO 12 Bank over drawn this day ... ... ,6 The Committee Icel it u
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland