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THE BLOODY A Ll.l ANCE.

THE BLOODY A Ll.l ANCE.

The following add►PKs, which we have copied from the Waterford Mail contains further evidence of the alliance between the " base, bloody and brutal Whigs," and their task-master with the blood-stai►►ed hand. Mr Galwey is naturally annoyed at finding Lord Melbourne expressing joy
10 October 1835 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. Carmichael’* Clinical Lectures on the Syphilitic Case* and Shippingt/rom Lou or Damage by Fire. in the Richmond Hospital, will be free to the Pupil* of the 1 IERSONS having Policies with the Phcenix School. -AT Company, which become due on the 29th September,

Mr. Carmichael’* Clinical Lectures on the Syphilitic Case* and Shippingt/rom Lou or Damage by Fire. in the Richmond Hospital, will be free to the Pupil* of the 1 IERSONS having Policies with the Phcenix School. -AT Company, which become due on the 29th September,

Mr. Carmichael’* Clinical Lectures on the Syphilitic Case* and Shipping t /rom Lou or Damage by Fire. in the Richmond Hospital, will be free to the Pupil* the 1 IERSONS having Policies with the Phcenix School. -AT Company, which become due on the 29th September, Dr. Greene’s Lect
10 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAYS.

RAILWAYS.

In the last page will be found a portion of the very interesting evidence of Mr. Maiiomv on the subject of the great contcmplatad Atlantic Railway, which, when effected, will make Ireland the entre depot of America and Europe, as well the high road of nations. We also insert an
10 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEXFORD CONSERVATIVE.

THE WEXFORD CONSERVATIVE.

on board a number of passengers, the good tain for the box, and upon his refusal to brie Crawford cleared out for sea on the give it up, they had resolved, instead ol 28th of May, 1827. When it sailed, it was going to the United States seek precamanned bvthe following crew ; —Ed
10 October 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
FIRE DEPARTMENT.

FIRE DEPARTMENT.

The Company insures booses, manufactories, furniture, goods, and merchandise, farming stock, shipping in port and dock, and white building, or used canals, and all other property, from loss and damage by fire, on the usual terms. Further particulars may be had gratis at the Offi
10 October 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 

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10 October 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.

CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.

COMMISSION GENF.ftA.L ASSEMBLY. (AIIBIDGF.D FROM THE EDINBURGH EVENING AND MORNING THURSDAY.) This reverend and venerable body met on ednesdav in the Old Church, pursuant to a circular letter sent by the Moderator, calling them together to consider the terms of the instructions
10 October 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIAN* FLEET IN THE BALTIC

RUSSIAN* FLEET IN THE BALTIC

(FROM THE MORTINO [iONICLU.) A letter will Ire found below, calling i! ' 1 '' 1, . , the great and inereasing naval force of R Baltic We confess that we not P art ‘f'- ..ate in the Vuaaia has n”l“f h twent l y n shipsT.l the line ; and we under<tnnd that it is Ire increased, by
10 October 1835 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
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NATIONAL TRADES’ POLITICAL UNION. Tuesday, puisuaut to request made by Mr. O’Connell, meeting of thin bo<ly was held at the old rbtpel, Towmead.street —Mr. Jame* Manin in the Mr, J. A. moved the fit>t resolution, acknowledging the heartfelt gratitude the people of Ire- land felt
10 October 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORANGE LODGES IN THE ARMY.

ORANGE LODGES IN THE ARMY.

We have much pleasure in stating, that within 'he last few days a communication Las been addressed to the military authorities, at the horse guards, by the general commanding the forces in Ireland, announcing thut no orange lodges at present exist in any of the regiments quarter
10 October 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland