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Georg* F. Hind*, ——, Cavan, Cavan. i Francis Hassardb BaWnboy, Ballyconnell, Cavan. Kev. Nicholas J. Halpin, . Oldcastle, Meath, Richard

Georg* F. Hind*, ——, Cavan, Cavan. i Francis Hassardb BaWnboy, Ballyconnell, Cavan. Kev. Nicholas J. Halpin, . Oldcastle, Meath, Richard

Hill, Mountjoy-place, Dublin, Dublin. Alexander Hassard, Garden-lull, Enni.Lilien, Fermanagh. Rev. Hugh Hamilton, Gavagh)-glebe, Uroini re, Down. John Elliott Hyndman, Roebuck-lodge, Dublin, Dublin. Thomas C. Hamilton, Hampden, Balbriggan, Dublin. Walter Hore, jun., Kilrush, Nen
30 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARTIFICIAL TEETH

ARTIFICIAL TEETH

MESSRS. JONGS u«rf honor of announcing; : r Patrons, the Nobility, (icntry Clergy, extensite Patronage they have during tlranAt T»vo MJinllia in this City, induced them lo devote longer period Ih.-'ii/mginally purposed, t>nd in consequence of (heir uumerous and applications for
30 September 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
the dinner about five day. before I went fetch the child, mistress was then in the large hall drinking tea.

the dinner about five day. before I went fetch the child, mistress was then in the large hall drinking tea.

remember .he went to her bed room about .even o’clock in the evening Upon my master’. coming home went and looked the bedtoora, and asked me where .he was, I .aid She I. inside,” my master raid she is not, I repeated that she was. master said ’‘Come and seei she is not there.” M
30 September 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. O’CONNELIj IN GLASGOW. flvinp. m»rclie<l <)ii< the vilhiue of Wpsimuir.— Tlie tirsl in order was die body Loyal Ir.sli

MR. O’CONNELIj IN GLASGOW. flvinp. m»rclie<l <)ii< the vilhiue of Wpsimuir.— Tlie tirsl in order was die body Loyal Ir.sli

Reformois and l.'iiiled Labourers, wilh Ibeir wliicb cost £lO, bearing tbe followinu device ; ILirjr —BU|i|><uled by two Wolf Dogs—motto, Gentle wliile strokM. But fierce if provoked.’’ Monday morning tixorl.onan np)>licuijon the Trades, Mr. O’Connell, lor bis re- I’t'iving addr
30 September 1835 - Galway Patriot - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
made to so vast a number as 200,000 tbe lateness the cause, compared with the magnitude the occasion which awaited

made to so vast a number as 200,000 tbe lateness the cause, compared with the magnitude the occasion which awaited

him, made him ashamed to state tlie facts. His excuse was simply this : He had calculated the time it would require travel from Edinburgh to this. He had risen early in the morning. He had looked at the map, and knew precisely the distance. He was sure how many hours he would be
30 September 1835 - Galway Patriot - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. O’CONNELL IN GLASGOW.

MR. O’CONNELL IN GLASGOW.

If any fresh proofs were needed the determinttlion of the people to obtain a reform the House Lords, they would he found in the enthusiastic manner in which Mr. O'Connell is every where received. Such a welcome as has, day hy day, experienced during the last toitnight in Scotlan
30 September 1835 - Galway Patriot - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
GALWAY, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 30,

GALWAY, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 30,

30 September 1835 - Galway Patriot - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
CHESTER MAIL.

CHESTER MAIL.

30 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(From the Observer.)

(From the Observer.)

A great outcry has been raised against the Irish government for having withheld its approval of the nomination of two persons—the one known to be master of an orange lodge, and the ether an avowed Orangeman —to the offices of mayor and sheriff of the city of Cork. We shall not e
30 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Major-General Sir Edward Blakeney, K.C.8., made tlie haif-yearly inspection of the Ilth Regiment yesterday in Richmond Barracks. David Walker, Esq., Deputy Judge Advocate General, lias arrived in Dublin from England, where he had been on leave of absence. A General Court-martial
30 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland