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FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

On Sunday the King inspected the Royal Bluet and Grenadier Guards, in the grand quadrangle of the Cattle. Colonel Bowater, Prince Ernest of Philipsthal, Colonel Cavendish, and Lord Frederick Fitzclarence attended hit Majesty. The Princess Augusta's health is sufficiently recover
10 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REV. MR. M'CREA

THE REV. MR. M'CREA

li<*g attention the Rev. Mr. answer the address the Protestant inhabitants Trim. cannot too often repeat that the design of those who got the meeting at the Coburg-gardens, to which the address and answer refer, was to cause a massacre of Protestants, as was proved beyond doubt
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUITION

TUITION

A GENTLEMAN Q^kighJiyary attainments and good moral menl ax PIUVATE Nobleman or Gentleinan*9 Family, i-* qualifications references can be given to seveial Fellows of College ami others of the highest respectability. Any commands addressed to A. 8., Tutor, at the Office of the Ev
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAYNOOTH COLLEGE.

MAYNOOTH COLLEGE.

Return the sums of money toted to the College of May tooth during the laxt fire yeanthe number of Profmon employed therein, and their respective salaries: Annual amount uniformly (with the exception of the grant for the year ending March last, which amounted to «.978f.; 50f. add
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OUAS'ui: AFfAIRH —FOREIGN ANU DOMESTIC. Jn our lust look occasion to refer to the probable operation of the General Orders

OUAS'ui: AFfAIRH —FOREIGN ANU DOMESTIC. Jn our lust look occasion to refer to the probable operation of the General Orders

issued by the Commander of the Forces upon the officers of the army, whether on actiee service, or enjoying the oiiuin. turn dignitate half-pay. As field marshal is on full-pay, took it for granted that the Duke of CuMstanasn would rc.ign his stafl and his regiment rather than t
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR ROBEUi PELL AND TIIL rOKIEo.

SIR ROBEUi PELL AND TIIL rOKIEo.

SIR ROBEUi PELL AND rOKIEo. Sir Robert Peel's late speech at Tainvurlh has ueccasani. less interest for the public on of the various opportunities which he has lately taken making frequent and ample expositions his general policy, and of his opinions every question of pr«»«ia imp
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE,

NOTICE,

That the Sessions of the S’cace for the County of Mayo, will he held CLARE, FRIDAY, 9ib day OCTOBER 1535. At CASTLEBAR, on MONDAY, Iha IPth day OCTOBER, 1535. Assistant Barrister will commence the first il day each Sessions, l»y Registering the several who m«y have given Notice
10 September 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBMN POLICE DILL.

DUBMN POLICE DILL.

POLICE DILL. Lord DUNCANNON moved the second readingof this bill. Some discussion followed, in the course which it was urged by Lord Roden, and several other Lords, thatthe advice of the Dublin Corporation should have been taken, on the subject! The Marquis of LONDONDERRY raised
10 September 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—Sept. I.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Sept. I.

HOUSE OF COMMONS— Sept. I. The to.ik the Chair twelve o’clock, at which time there was a very numerous attendance of Members. roarouvrroNfi’ reform ntf-i The order of the day having been read far consi. tiering the Lords’ amendments to the Corporation Bill, . , ~ Lord JOHN RUSSEL
10 September 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
ORVNGE LODGES.

ORVNGE LODGES.

Lord PLUNKET, seeing an illustrious Duke in his place, beeged to allude report a statement attributed to the illustrious Duke (Cumberland) in a news paper of yesterday, at an Orange lodge which the il lustrious Duke had presided. The statement attributed the illustrious Duke wa*
10 September 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland