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with the weak and elements of error and superstition, and to all this, mv lord, for the ooor pleasure of

with the weak and elements of error and superstition, and to all this, mv lord, for the ooor pleasure of

recovering the friendship of the present Titular of Killaloe ! No, my lord, my cousin and 1 will never it; we will never prostitute our honour for the wages of iniquity; will never renounce our liberties, and accept of despotism; were born freemen ill never die slaves. What ! lo
10 October 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
October

October

PROTESTANT MEETING. [from the FAinburgh Adttriiwr of Friday.) a f eneral luceting of those friemlly to the . cipleg end (lo< »iines of the reformation was hcU In Ce'hbert’s church, for (he purirose of explaining he tine character ami present comlition ot popery, the duty of Prot
10 October 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.

The Rev. Patrick Quinlevan, P.P., of the Silvermines, Nenagh, is to replace the Rev. Thomas MTnerney, of Feacle; chaplain of the nuns at Lifford Convent, Ennis. The Rev. J. P- Lyons, P.P , is appointed co-adjulor to tbs K- C. Bishop of Killala. with the title of dean. The right
10 October 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
section 39,

section 39,

Ills Alsjesty, by the advice aforesaid, does hereby Order, that shall be lawful for the barrister or banEters, appointed in pursuance of the provisions in the said act contained, determine and set out the extent, limits, and boundary lines of the wards into which is provided by
10 October 1835 - Galway Patriot - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
DRAUGHT HORSES.

DRAUGHT HORSES.

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, S At Dycer’s Repository, J THIS DAY, (Without reserve.) TWO Powerful Draught Horses, capable of drawing two tons each, very fast and light steppers, and trained to gig or jaunting car. . TO BE SOLD AUCTION, At Dveer’s Repository, THIS DAY. AO FOUR strong h
10 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
hunters.

hunters.

TO SOLD AUCTION, At Dycer's Repository, / On THIS DAY, / \ Brown Horse, eight years old. up to sixUtn stone A with any hounds ; also Chestnut year old, got bv Blacklock, dam by Legacy up foffrteen atone. These horses are in the best possible condition, haying not been at grass d
10 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
H«»USES&LANDS

H«»USES&LANDS

STEPHEN’S-GREEN, DUBLIN, SOLD, either Furnished or Unfurnished, a 1 remarkably fine MANSION, on the East side ot the G 11EEN, having three large apartments on each of the Parlour and Drawing-room floors, several Bed-chambers, and very spacious Basement Story, with every kind of
10 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CELEBRATION OF THE FOURTH OCTOBER.

CELEBRATION OF THE FOURTH OCTOBER.

On Sunday last being the third centennial anniversary of the ever memorable day on which the first translation of the Holy Bible (which had been before a sealed book) was finished Bishop Covcrdale, the Churches in this neighbourhood were crowded to excess. The Orangemen of this
10 October 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
■ THP TRADES- UNION. I.b«r.*ur). I votin' tbe are THE EDITOR THE HEREFORD TIMES. THE MOST REVEREND DR. MURRAY. Uh.-ro

■ THP TRADES- UNION. I.b«r.*ur). I votin' tbe are THE EDITOR THE HEREFORD TIMES. THE MOST REVEREND DR. MURRAY. Uh.-ro

libertr ha, di,d»;vl l-..r p. , . _ ■ . ..viih tile people of Seotlaml arc us—and arc, Si a—Hasing seen letter idressed to you the Key. Patn.-k titilali archbishop dibmo. cored h-rsdf au asylu.o assmit depif.s.n ue :.. TuwJty, puiiuant requisiion, * -I in Ireland The quarrel tha
10 October 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
•. I 7 » I 14 10 3 t. d 4 8 9 6: 17 17 Ayes above sixty considered

•. I 7 » I 14 10 3 t. d 4 8 9 6: 17 17 Ayes above sixty considered

special tisks, and rated according to circumstances. Example—A person aged thirty may by an annual payment of £2 Cs. 6d., being a little more than lOd. a-week, secure to his wife and family £lOO whenever hit death may occur; thus showing that, on the same principle, persons poss
10 October 1835 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland