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ARRIVAL OF MR. O’CONNELL.

ARRIVAL OF MR. O’CONNELL.

The arrival of Mr. O’Connell on Tuesday attracted great crowds to Kingstown. He was expected to arrive the early packet which left Holyhead at 11, p. M., on Monday last; the night being stormy, the hon. and learned member posponed his voyage until the hour f.*r the despatch of t
30 September 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH

THE CHURCH

Crane the Lord Primate Thursday last held hi* Iren, ntal visitation fur Down and Connor the Cathedral Cnurch l.isbi'T Alter Divine Service hi* Grace, in a style of graced and energetic eloquen addressed the r'scmb’ed Clergy, descn' ing the measures lately brought forward in : ,
30 September 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORANGE REGISTRY.

ORANGE REGISTRY.

A Registry containing the names and addresses of the Grand Officers, Grand Officers of Counties, and Members of Committee, of the Orange Institution of Ireland, together with the names and residences of the several masters: Grand Master—Field Marshal his Roval Highness the Duke
30 September 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. O’CON

MR. O’CON

L’S MISSION. Mr. O’CooneU has put our hereditary legislators on their defence. The owgans which they have bought up, or whiclt they hire the job, have !a»t been set to work, in order, if possible, to counteraet the effect which, it is no longer denied, has been produced the grea
30 September 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRO IRS I'4 Nl' lttxk7lNOS SOO (Front the Eveisiug Mail.) A powerful sensation is produeiug in Scot• land by the

PRO IRS I'4 Nl' lttxk7lNOS SOO (Front the Eveisiug Mail.) A powerful sensation is produeiug in Scot• land by the

exhibition making of the tenets and d oc t r i n es of Popery as taught and inculcated in I this country. The en. of Mr. O'Sullivan's mind appear to ea:her proportion to the difficulties with w he has to contend, sod his eloquence to increase in effect on every otocasion that it
30 September 1835 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
IRAN r 4114'4 IY Mr. reargus O'Cunour's ' 4 Great 'Lace! Association s ' established at Savage's public. house. Circus-strret,

IRAN r 4114'4 IY Mr. reargus O'Cunour's ' 4 Great 'Lace! Association s ' established at Savage's public. house. Circus-strret,

Newroad, cooclawed • mod• of attracting the Radical, together wor.. thy the **Great Boa " himself. They have resolved upon vary moral plan of convening them on the Sabbath evening, and treating th on to strong drinks. tobaeco,violent speeches and misty politics. On Sunday night
30 September 1835 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
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\ « C JS t>or»'>7 that'lie DF.F.D ol SF.TrLF.MEN'T ti,a cLONMici. nationvi. ntr,- I. I) will renr.ain >t Office, fur tlio Signaturi-» ultlie SliaieUolders, until the 261h InMmit. SOU VNAGER. Clonmel, sth Suptem'ier, 18i‘>. P. S.— It is r-'i'iviie.l thnt tho Sliarpholdem will pro-
30 September 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
WAXTEID

WAXTEID

WHO cm teach French and English, and instruct FUin a*id Fancy Work^. None need apply bntsucb ascan he w-ill rjcommendcd. A lady bahits would he pref«rr<Ml AppUctiioo to the Proprietor of the Tipperary Free Clonmel, September 25, 1835.
30 September 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Sergeant Woulfe, M.P., sailed for England on Sunday.

Sergeant Woulfe, M.P., sailed for England on Sunday.

Sergeant Woulfe, M.P., sailed for England Sunday. The Didon, French frigate, with the Prince de Juinville, toaof King Louis Philippe, has arrived in Cove. The Prince is now Cork. General Sir Lowry Cole has arrived in Dublin from Hall, the seat Mr. Balfour. ROYAL HIBERNIAN ACADEMY
30 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDUCATION IN IRELAND.

EDUCATION IN IRELAND.

EDUCATION IRELAND. From the returns made by the commissioners of national education in Ireland the orders of the huuteof commons, the motion of Mr. Andrew Johnston, it appears that, ia the schools the board granted aid, the number scholars 107,012; that the grant for building (ex
30 September 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland