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[Subscription —m. 6d. per ■■ Cause or Ckimr. —During six years and a-half that 11 have sat as a (police) Magistrate, I have watched very narrowly, and 1 have not discovered one single case ol crime committed from poverty, in the sense the w<frd is commonly used. It is the excuse
14 October 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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-K-miiv. mit His words, less than the impre*- £and in which them Appeared a deep sensation on the Sultatu Hw llighness replied, that received with peculiar satisfaction the assurance that the British Government was of interests existing between Great Bntain and tne Ottoman empire
14 October 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD MULGRAVE AND MR. O’CONNELI

LORD MULGRAVE AND MR. O’CONNELI

The entertainment Riven by the King’s reprenlive Mr. Daniel O’Connell has, as it was calcur. \ to do, produced a sensation of alarm amongst the disposed persons in both divisions of t!»e empireL! matter of what grades in politics—who are immiclT* separation and revolution. If an
14 October 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLAND AND FRANCE.

ENGLAND AND FRANCE.

It is at length admitted by the morning newspaper of the English Ministers, that the intimate union” with France —as far as the encouragement of revolution is concerned—has ceased to exist. From the very commencement of this hollow alliance, have constantly predicted the result
14 October 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
fi T;,E DL’KEOF WELLINGTON jjy Lo'J. —Mr. O'Ci nneli called to tfie Irish l, aiiine when Protestant feeling prejudice so

fi T;,E DL’KEOF WELLINGTON jjy Lo'J. —Mr. O'Ci nneli called to tfie Irish l, aiiine when Protestant feeling prejudice so

high, iii consequence of the rebellion, that papist was consiilerod and receieed but a softer n ime for »ehcl. He knew well bis critical situation amongst his new associates, and con- Jsctwl himself for some time with circumspect .recaution. This waa the more necessary, be littl
14 October 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 

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all the tlrr);;* v.'rili**ii in ilie book o;" i!i? 1 in ■ J.) tlii'in. Are you and I incluil d in «-i Oh! ye*, evei y one! How

all the v.'rili**ii ilie book i!i? in ■ J.) tlii'in. Are you and incluil d «-i Oh! ye*, y one! How delivered iron* tliU curie? [Here v.i. lioui .uurvers were given, such I the vommatiJmenU, by W'irks. -• l)oe« the portion of holy scripture, wh.ic i you have just read, funiisli th
14 October 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH EDUCATION.

IRISH EDUCATION.

The following observations upon this document are from the Ulohe : We insert elsew here the second report of the Irish public instruction commissioners. appears from the succinct statements contained in that document, that the commissioners hare instituted in* quiries of a purel
14 October 1835 - Galway Patriot - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
RENDEZVOUS.

RENDEZVOUS.

On FRIDAY EVENING, the 16th OCTOBER, MR. BENEFIT And last night performing here, when will be acted, the celebrated New Tragedy of the avenge r, OR THE LEAGUERS OF AUSTRIA. Walder (the Avenger) Mr. BUTLER. In the course of the evening. Mr. BUTLER will, (by particular desire) del
14 October 1835 - Galway Patriot - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON, OCTOBER 10.

LONDON, OCTOBER 10.

There is increase in the Quarter's Revenue terminating this evening, which originates in the Excise department. Don Miguel has issued from Venice address to the Portugaesc, denouncing the government and its measures, particularly the sale of church property, against which be pro
14 October 1835 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Fourth Tea Sale Bristol. - ; AT THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS. *-y On,,- Thursday, the sth of November next, AT TEN

Fourth Tea Sale Bristol. - ; AT THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS. *-y On,,- Thursday, the sth of November next, AT TEN

O’CLOCK PRECISELY. THE folloffing TEAS, viz.—3oB H«lf-Che*U CANTON BOHE'A ; 3533 Chest*, 411 H»lf-Cheat* CONGOU ; 901 Cheat*, 350 Boxes SOUCHONG ; 62 Chest* Flowery PEKOE; 293 Chests, Half-Chests, 600BoxssHYSON; 83 Half-Che*t* GU*NPOWDER—7OO9 Packages, imported per Shipa iPMisn
14 October 1835 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland