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Vol. LXI.J SIGNS OF THE TIMES. (from the standard.) Wc observe a great many Radical and Popish celebrations proceeding in

Vol. LXI.J SIGNS OF THE TIMES. (from the standard.) Wc observe a great many Radical and Popish celebrations proceeding in

various parts of the empire. We have had some Conservative jlebrations too ; but the Whigs are as little obvious to the sight oi hearing as if there were no such other party in the empire. Last year. Lord Broughafh, Lord Grey, and Lord Durham, Lord Spencer and Lord Melbourne", L
14 October 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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not tell V , fore* asainat hereditary raonarehy.—(Continned cheer*.)* mnatnotb. Coo. atitntion of EngUnd >• compos of KHp. t/»ida, and Co«moBa--(che«ra)--owing _ita atahilitT. power, it* atrength. to the onion of all ao that if any one them yon the Constitution of the count.y.-(
31 October 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

Paddy Edinburgh.— For the last ten days, owing to the excessive rain, the city water had been very muddy. An Irish porter, on being questioned by hi« wife to the cause, said, * Sure enough must be nothing else than washing the forO Connell’s great dinner.’ 1769.— 1 n this year w
05 October 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD MULC^IIWEAN’D MR. O’CONNELL. (from tub standard.) uxfracls fro® the speech delivoreil by o’Connell at tlio adjoaratuenl of the Trades'

LORD MULC^IIWEAN’D MR. O’CONNELL. (from tub standard.) uxfracls fro® the speech delivoreil by o’Connell at tlio adjoaratuenl of the Trades'

Union, it proceeds . Now nil this is very brutal and very stupid ; and so precisely the usual style of Mr. O’Connell. thsit our renders will nsk why wo have thought it worth re-print? Our answer is one which would amaze, if any disgraceful pro ceedinj; the cart of a member of th
15 October 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
UN ATTACHED.

UN ATTACHED.

ATTACHED. Major Brook Eirman, from the Regiment, to be Lieutenant-Colonel without purchase ; Captain John Salisbury Jones from the b Regiment to be Major without purchase ; Lieutenant Henry Hopkins from the lltb Regiment of Foot to be Captain with* out purchase.
01 October 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
HALLEVS « OMET.

HALLEVS « OMET.

London, Monday.— The comet whs readily discovered tins morning, (lie 3d instant, situated in the direct line of tlie two stars of Gemini (Castor and Pollus,) and about twice tbeir distance apart, and cne-balf more, in the direction towards the zenith. W'th these instructions, th
12 October 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
TSS iLSLJai’Z’.

TSS iLSLJai’Z’.

TSS Lient,«Col, Lord Brudenell will shortly gazetted to the command of (be lltb Light Dragoons, on the Bengal estahlisment. Captain MacNamarara, Bth Royal Irish Hussara, son the Member for Clare, is attached to the military staff of his Excellency Lord Mulgrave at the Caatle Dubl
12 October 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONGRESS AT KAUSCH.

THE CONGRESS AT KAUSCH.

Kalibch, T, Hii<«ia has gained another victory, without the shedding of one-drop of blood The wary Mctteruich has been brought over to the views of Russia, and bis scruples silenced tbe'inagnaniaiity the Emperor Nicholas! It 'will be shortly seen that the expenditure of eight 'm
08 October 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL MARINES.

ROYAL MARINES.

Major—Brevet George Peebles, to be Major of (be Plymouth division, vice Robyns, to full pay retirement. Lieutenant and Adjutant—W. Calamy, to be Captain in the Chatham division, vice Peebles.
08 October 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONLTABULARY.

THE CONLTABULARY.

Major Miller, Inspector General tor the province of Munster, accompanied by Captain Brownraig, Sub now on tour ol inspection in the county of Kerry. Saturday, the Kenmare Constabulary, under the command oi Benjamin Jackson, E»q., were inspected ; and the Killarn y, Captain Burke
08 October 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland