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Vol. —22- I polished Weekly. prospects of revolution. (From the Age.) Let England look to herself—Franca and Bel•un) are both

Vol. —22- I polished Weekly. prospects of revolution. (From the Age.) Let England look to herself—Franca and Bel•un) are both

again ripe for revolution. In the former the Bonopartists and the Republicans are united, and the despotic measure of Louis Philippe will tl,e catastrophe. Does the tyrant suppose that the stirring spirito of the press, whom he has for the moment silenced, will patiently hear wi
26 September 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
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Price 6rf.— Termt per Annum, £1 Is. British, ot \ £l. 4s. if not Paid within a Month after Subscribing* UNIVERSAL SEA LANGUAGE, The following wonderful discovery hat been submitted Sir John Ross to the British Asso- ciation : The Univenal Sea Language ii a complete system of comm
26 September 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
POPISH TOLERATION.

POPISH TOLERATION.

The Rev. William Sandys, Vicar, while performing the last solemn duty over one of his parishioners on Thursday last, in the church-yard o( Clonmel, was interrupted in the most violent manner by large mob of men, women, and children of the lower classes, all Roman Catholics, who
26 September 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE,

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE,

->n Tluirsday morning last, an unfortunate wo(who had" been committed to our prison a days previous, for the murder of a child) to put a period to her existence, by ' illlll her own throat. Upon being discovered, 'vound was dreadful, but owing to the piompt ”'"1 timely assistanc
26 September 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
MICHAEL MANLY,

MICHAEL MANLY,

Encouraged by these circumstances, for which he trusts, from his experience in his Brother’s Establishment, Queenstreet, Dublin, for a period of Thirteen Years, also the strict attention he will personally pay to such orders as he may be favored with, combined with the lowest po
26 September 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 

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Uiere are many who »W>or the doctrines of the Church of Rome; who loathe the thought ofgiv. fng the Itonor

Uiere are many who »W>or the doctrines of the Church of Rome; who loathe the thought ofgiv. fng the Itonor

which is due to God toUie pastry idol of the mass; but they dare not bieak the chains which gall tlieir spirit; they sigh for Ireedom, hut the/ear of the driver’s restrains them from claiming their birth right. I mU remind your Lordship that am prepared to prove the facts which
26 September 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEXFORD CONSERVATIVE

THE WEXFORD CONSERVATIVE

REVOLUTIONARY TOUR. ( Fran the Times.) Lawyers are to have heaJs ; and so some of tlisrn li ive —hard and impenetrable to the experience that should obtained by one the cost of another ; or, after the fate of Lord Brough am and his mountebank exhibit'ons at public meetings in Sc
26 September 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Tiie Wexford Conservative.

Tiie Wexford Conservative.

26 September 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. O’CONNELL’S TERGIVERSATION. A Kentish paper speaking of Mr. O’Connel>*s late visit to 'Manchester, and of his tergiversation makes the

MR. O’CONNELL’S TERGIVERSATION. A Kentish paper speaking of Mr. O’Connel>*s late visit to 'Manchester, and of his tergiversation makes the

following :—remaiks •* For the sake exhibiting the extent to which this Irish belief himstrlf, the volubility With which he says and unsays any thing wants to say, tils cool effrontery in making even history mendacious aa himself, we will just contrast Mr. O’Connell, at Manchest
26 September 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
WEIGHTS AND MKASUKES,

WEIGHTS AND MKASUKES,

Our cotemporary, the Freeman, hai weighed in the balance and found wanting. |)e hail keen found miuue of common penrUatiuu, common «enm>, and common honesiy,in not at once acknowledging that he did not comprehend aiul. jecton wbicn he attempted to write. He mistook, or rather wa
26 September 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland