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THE NO-POPERY AGITATION SCOTLAND, (FROM THE GREENOCK INTELLIGENCER). A public meeting was the Gardeners Hall, Greenock, on Thursday evening last,

THE NO-POPERY AGITATION SCOTLAND, (FROM THE GREENOCK INTELLIGENCER). A public meeting was the Gardeners Hall, Greenock, on Thursday evening last,

Mr. Archibald Campbell in the chair, when resolutions were passed, and speeche* delivered, condemnatory of the mission Mr. Sullivan info this country. The meeting was addressed by Messrs. Alexander, Walker, Rodger, Blue, and Heggie, and the speakers supported the different resol
14 October 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
dubin elkctiun commission.

dubin elkctiun commission.

have receifed from Mr. Richard Lynch* of Manche*tc » 21. os., being the contribution of some poor IriahmeD towards the expenses of the Dublin Election Commission, now, »r should observe, all paid out of the pocket of Mr. O’Conne , the fund collected in Dublin for that purpose ha
14 October 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
itself', and the cor :icty, generally iv taken bv m ii e majority Bltli October, ENGLISH AND in his wines

itself', and the cor :icty, generally iv taken bv m ii e majority Bltli October, ENGLISH AND in his wines

I'ro In the first place, thing f.>r Irish bottles. of no use hut for spiri ment, and say, that thirteen fourteen Iris the fact, 1 hope our have it remedied next London 1 made inquir gent-street, who corroh Wight friend. noth Ireland is the great c, two or three shil and unni a m
14 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1 1 cement boci* .motion < lurthtr the geneueou;., lor umber i\al Duli's the i>mc that tlicV lor their thought

1 1 cement boci* .motion < lurthtr the geneueou;., lor umber i\al Duli's the i>mc that tlicV lor their thought

proper cj,j, union has been to such tw, ii tt ex- expense • iihl in- HJitJ before adopted by case, for tf' to tbc the advance- , feeling and plan l>a be w'H calanti 1 every pci son ncral salisfacot the al ( 'f any mined the „:iaUon, ,crc lli llt those provided there society will
14 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS. T"ST ANTED, Apiitcnlke the Hosiery liusiness ; lie must I'e clncnleit and al.lv com.cctc.l ; if small and jmtlli;n.'nt

WANTS. T"ST ANTED, Apiitcnlke the Hosiery liusiness ; lie must I'e clncnleit and al.lv com.cctc.l ; if small and jmtlli;n.'nt

will In: taKi <>n liln’i.d inv, and trialed a. <mo »• ( innl;. A/i .1 A. A..attl« Oflicc «t bamidctaa Ncws-l-U- ter, will uUtr.tloil tt / , and Coachman. —Hi engaged « very ihorl time, and wants a Situ ilion, t. sin ot, active Man, to ..Cl in the above capacity ; 1.0 ha., lived
14 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
auctions.

auctions.

farming stock, Kc. lie SOI.I) by AUCTION, TO-MOUKO'v, I I'OliK 15. IKJj, at Kll.l-I’.Gl llie Ford dune of, by ,1,9 A'VuoUtrattix the Ulc Ktlward Ityiiic, in,. Implcmcms ami Stock, comp.i.ini; t>vo Hoi*«rt«'o Cuts and Harness, one i'loogl. and Hat row. large nek >.{ inime, well-s
14 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
have pleasure intransferring to our columns the following important article from the Standard of Friday, which many of our readers

have pleasure intransferring to our columns the following important article from the Standard of Friday, which many of our readers

will peruse with much satisfaction and delight ns there is scarcely parish in the South of Ireland but the adoption of some such plan is necessary in ; and the Rev. Gentleman who first thought of it, and has far matured it deserves the unmeasured thanks and gratitude of the whol
14 October 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
y(>L. vif. DUBLIN ELECTION COMMISSION. ■phis court resumed its sittings on Monday morning at ten 'clock, when Mr. Joy, aided

y(>L. vif. DUBLIN ELECTION COMMISSION. ■phis court resumed its sittings on Monday morning at ten 'clock, when Mr. Joy, aided

policeman, removed the Coninnsd table still furher from the tables at which the ■nts of either parly sat, and drew it down in such manner ** place the Commissioners almost directly opposite the th* agents for the petitioners sat, removing them, P ,| 1( , proportion, from the pla
14 October 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CANDLES, METALLIC WICKED.

CANDLES, METALLIC WICKED.

WILLIAM WHITE npAKES leave most respectfully to return his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public ‘J*® * 7 er^||*no^°b e JL they have given him since bis commencement in trade, and begs to assure bis numerous • for want of attention or gratitude on his part to merit a cont
14 October 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HEART-RENDING EVENT.

HEART-RENDING EVENT.

(From ihe Cubuury (Upper Canaday Star).—* The moit dittressiug accideut « e ever heard uf is staled to have occorred near Colborne, on .Saturday last, under the following circumstances Henry Tanner, a young Englishman, residing farm in that neighbourhood, with his mother and Lor
14 October 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland