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f—!!:» tuii nuion, ii oi thc.r mml ,>ftriHli in In land in which Roman f'alhoiic t hand not erect-d, in

f—!!:» tuii nuion, ii oi thc.r mml ,>ftriHli in In land in which Roman f'alhoiic t hand not erect-d, in

irlucb the priest mar rot denounce the established church es .» nuisance, and Jis pasters greeny woires. here then is analogy between the cases Your ancestors were tranquil when they were pencilled to enjoy their rights peace ; but Ireland true only tranquil a grinding despotism
30 September 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
ouflly given in ihe letter I'iom the great Irish Agi- talor be sutf 'rej eiperience similar fact ? 1 am

ouflly given in ihe letter I'iom the great Irish Agi- talor be sutf 'rej eiperience similar fact ? 1 am

strongly convinced, that when Mr. Connell j was betrayed into the seeming imprudence of dis- , closing the tremendous organization of the Irish j Catholics, said because bethought the tie- j duration would animate and cheer those who ( thought with him in the different parts cf
30 September 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
ritl VATK CO HUES PON UE.VCE.

ritl VATK CO HUES PON UE.VCE.

CO HUES PON UE.VCE. .VN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT.) Barcelona, Sept. 15. I wrote you few linsiy lines on Sunday eTeninif, inlurmiug you the criiical position of coniituituliiij; Can Ist forces, winch hue lull this piovince. iieV were llien bt-r-veen the iKcrsCinct and Segrc, and r
30 September 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEXFORD CONSERVATIVE

THE WEXFORD CONSERVATIVE

warning*, but, like the poor deluded adinit ] him in your land, and here I ter your now peaceful ; homes should destroyed with buds, your hearts | stained with a kinsman's blood, remember you were warned not to admit him. Should tins catch his eye, I know what he will say Nonsen
30 September 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THK EI)ITUR OF THE TIMES.

TO THK EI)ITUR OF THE TIMES.

TO EI)ITUR OF THE TIMES. Sir, —So, Sir, the plague is flitting our borders, I sincerely hope c< u itrymea will not harbour sach U peslilenoe. \V hy, bir, the bufloon is a miserable fool; no twopenny show would pay such a follow. hat! he has not the sense to hare a c'ifl'cteut spe
30 September 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 

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MR. O’CONNELL IN GLASGOW.

MR. O’CONNELL IN GLASGOW.

Monday being the day fixed, on an application tiie Trades, by Mr. O’Connell, for his receiving the addresses on the public Green from a great number of different bodies in the city and neighbourhood, and for meeting with tin* Trades in the evening at a Soiree in the Bazaar, the
30 September 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
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30 September 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
PL"'I.I<" '.TP. O’PO'JNF.T.T. UN—.NATIONAL TK VDE9 POLITICAL UNION. j THE IRISH CHURCH. From the Correspondent of the Sun. JI Kyle

PL"'I.I<" '.TP. O’PO'JNF.T.T. UN—.NATIONAL TK VDE9 POLITICAL UNION. j THE IRISH CHURCH. From the Correspondent of the Sun. JI Kyle

(of Cork), who to the adrnims. I tration anil patronaeo nf the rlloci'-e of Cloync, is | J <! nf tile Union xrn« TtoM in t ,, tyaeie* the (Tovcrnment of Lnnl Com Urnhancro ooni’iloto llir> ar- An-rlesev. TheiioorciiTOteitenil v.-iH'kinsclen-> « -' . ,1 «<* t1,,, f ;iv. rotor hav
30 September 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
O’CONNELL.

O’CONNELL.

Although we had road nliout Q’Tonne'l, had entirrly raisronneived the style and charaeter his eloqueaca. exnected a stentorian voice, n manner umulored, coarse, stormy, and denouncing. Instead of this found thoroughbred sjicftk-. cr, who seems have studied the nrt ehvtuKbm. ■wit
30 September 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
<». i DUBLIN ELECTION—THE CONSPI- were unwilling Thursday to say anythin"' harsh of Mr. West—however loathsome the principles are which

<». i DUBLIN ELECTION—THE CONSPI- were unwilling Thursday to say anythin"' harsh of Mr. West—however loathsome the principles are which

lie has reccn.ly hcicJ upon, imJ the faction whose instrument has become. then freely acq.iilled him any participa- I lion in the foul which !i.*.s partially blown bulore the arid wholly the proceedings his protection Air. Al. Costello. iiaius to obliged to s-ale tiiat our opini
30 September 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland