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FASHION AND TABLE TALK.

FASHION AND TABLE TALK.

Their the Lord Lieutcnut and the Counter** of Mulerare en»ertii«ed the following perwinage* at dinner on Wed- Br> ,| ; L«inl and Lady Clone irry, Lord Morpeth, the Hon. Mr. Perrin and Sin. Perrin, the Right Hon. the -General, the Solicitor-General and Mr*. Richinla, .Mr. Prumino
09 October 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORPORATION OF LIMERICK.

THE CORPORATION OF LIMERICK.

This being tbe day (the first Monday after Michaelmas) appointed for swearing in tbe new Mayor aud Sheriffs ol this city, Ihe greate-t bustle and noise prevailed about the avenues the conrl-housc, where some thousands of tbe citizens every grade a-scmbled witness the inauguratio
09 October 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR LONDON. CALLING AT FALMOUJH AND PLYMOUTH. THE THAMES, William Donnax, Commander, IS intended nail from tlie North Wall WEDNESDAY

FOR LONDON. CALLING AT FALMOUJH AND PLYMOUTH. THE THAMES, William Donnax, Commander, IS intended nail from tlie North Wall WEDNESDAY

NEXT, the Ortohcr, 1835, at 3 o’Clock, p.M. Berths secured, and every information given, at the Company’s Office, 17,
13 October 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
“TO JOSEPH HUME, ESQ., M.P.

“TO JOSEPH HUME, ESQ., M.P.

“We, the undersigned, inhabitants of the town and neighbourhood of Liverpool, embrace the opportunity aHurded to us by your visit to this town, to make known to you the high sense we entertain of your public conduct, and express our admiration of the zeal, indostry, and indomita
13 October 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN AND GALWAY RAILROAD.

DUBLIN AND GALWAY RAILROAD.

Pursuant to requisition, a most numerous and highly respect, able meeting took place of the nubility and gentry of the pro. vinee of Connaught at Ballinasloe, on Wednesday, (lie 7lh October, 1835, for the purpose of taking into consideration the important subject of the contempl
13 October 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
O'CONNELL NO LAWYER (FBOU the morning chronicle.) Ona would imapins that the ci-devant Thunderer and Standard are sufficiently able themselves,

O'CONNELL NO LAWYER (FBOU the morning chronicle.) Ona would imapins that the ci-devant Thunderer and Standard are sufficiently able themselves,

in all conscience, to pour out all-satisfying torrent of abuse upon the devoted bead of Mr. O’Connell, without seeking auxiliary assistance in any other quarter. But such is not the case ; and their great revenge" has stomach for all the scurrility and filth that can be levelled
13 October 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DINNER TO MR. O'CONNELL IN LIMERICK.

DINNER TO MR. O'CONNELL IN LIMERICK.

The preparations for the public dinner to Mr. O'Connell proceed on a scale consistent with the political rank and claims of the distinguished guest. The li-t has already received a number of names, among whom we perceive those of several of our citizens, who not only held aloof
08 October 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOPE LIFE ASSURANCE COMP AS Y. NO. 6, BUIIXiE-BTKKKT, BLACKFBIAIIS, LONDON, AND No. 18, WESTMORLAND-STREET, DUBLIN. ASSURANCES upon Life effected

HOPE LIFE ASSURANCE COMP AS Y. NO. 6, BUIIXiE-BTKKKT, BLACKFBIAIIS, LONDON, AND No. 18, WESTMORLAND-STREET, DUBLIN. ASSURANCES upon Life effected

with that facility, privacy, and dispatch which has given such geggrahaatUfaction to the Public for nearly half a century, Persons Assuring with this Company incur for losses, a Capital of One Million Sterling being appreciated a guarantee to the Public from all responuplity. In
08 October 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HIKTHS.

HIKTHS.

At the lady of John A. Kirwao, Esq., of HilUbrook, ol son and heir. At Hallynacourtv, county Limerick, the lady of Tborntt Evaat Da\eii|M»rl, son. the lady of the Rev. Thomas Olpherts, daughti r. At Gi H u-e, the lady of the Rev. J. Digges Winffield, o', daughter, which lived hu
10 October 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. 6HKIL.

MR. 6HKIL.

The first report of Mr. Shell's useful, and in every way admirable speech Thurles, was rendered imperfect the hurry of publication. supply its deficiencies this day, and feel that in discharging this, to ourselves personally, very gratifying duty, wc are rendering a substantial
10 October 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland