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LORD MULC^IIWEAN’D MR. O’CONNELL. (from tub standard.) uxfracls fro® the speech delivoreil by o’Connell at tlio adjoaratuenl of the Trades'

LORD MULC^IIWEAN’D MR. O’CONNELL. (from tub standard.) uxfracls fro® the speech delivoreil by o’Connell at tlio adjoaratuenl of the Trades'

Union, it proceeds . Now nil this is very brutal and very stupid ; and so precisely the usual style of Mr. O’Connell. thsit our renders will nsk why wo have thought it worth re-print? Our answer is one which would amaze, if any disgraceful pro ceedinj; the cart of a member of th
15 October 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
J.S. TOWNSEND.

J.S. TOWNSEND.

For further particulars apply to Messas. Lcosaao Dobbin, and Co., Plaintiffs’ Solicitors, 23, Cardiner’s-place, Dublin William Pkntland, Esq., Solicitor, Blecsington-street, and Richard Livcsat, Esq., Solicitor, Mountjoy-square, Dublin.
20 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL.

THEATRE ROYAL.

The best aod n.'.at fashioi.able attendance, since the rc-openinr' of the Theatre, was attracted Satcrday night, see Mrs. Wavlett in the Opera of Haunted Toutr, and the musical afterpiece of Loves of the Spirits, in both of which ahe «ang gieit variety sonpn, to the untiring adm
20 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURSE OF LECTURES,

COURSE OF LECTURES,

ANATOMY, Physiology, am>Pathology—Leclurtr, W. Harcravk, M.B. * Theory and Practice of Surgery, with Operative Surgery—Lecturer. W. Adchinleck, Surgeon Mercer’s and Simpson’s Hospitals. Theory and Practice of Medicine—Lecturer, D. J. Corrigan, M. D., Physician to Jervis-slreet H
17 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RODERICK CONNOR.

RODERICK CONNOR.

For particulars statement of Title and Rental, application to be made to Robert Power, Esq., Plaintiffs Solicitor, 29, Upper Ormond-qnay, (Chambers); and John UodiroHr, Esq., Defendants' Solicitor, 1, Mountjoy-streel* IN CHANCERY, # Charles Henry Paget, Esq.,] F>URSfJANT jf a an
17 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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£l4 19 4 MR. O’CONNELL,

£l4 19 4 MR. O’CONNELL,

Impartiality and even-handed justice had long been tilings which the people of Ireland only knew report. Their recent appearance among them in reality lias given as much the great majority of the population it has created dismay among that fraction for whose exclusive benefit th
15 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the northern whig.

the northern whig.

people. Now, then, do rejoice at your warm approbation of support of his Majesty * present Ministers, mark* how justly-you appreciate their utility to the Grown and the nation, * To return, however, to the dinner,—is it not. pray of the Tories, most unreasonable, that they shoul
15 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TALLOW, ASHES, &c , &e,

TALLOW, ASHES, &c , &e,

ISAAC ENGLISH otters for Sale, moderate terms— Casks Russia;Y Tallow, of prime quality. Barrels Monuntl Pot and Pearl Ashes. /i Bales Tons Sicily Bnmnstone. Bags do. •V 5 Bags Leghorn Cocoa Shell. Ilh'U. and Quarter Casks prime Marsala Wine. 24- Butts, Ilhds., and Quarter Ca>ks
19 October 1835 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN ELECTION COMMISSION. 116 th and 147 th days. So increased has become the anxiety on the part of the

DUBLIN ELECTION COMMISSION. 116 th and 147 th days. So increased has become the anxiety on the part of the

citiccns to be present at any proceedings, however brief, that may lake place at the Dublin Election Commission during Mr. O’Conncirs attendance, that even long before ten o’clock yesterday morning the hall of the Commercial Buildings was crowded with persons- desirous of gainin
19 October 1835 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BODIES FOUND THE INQUEST.

THE BODIES FOUND THE INQUEST.

Late Saturday, the bodies of Mrs. Cambio and Dr. Noonc were found. Mr. James Carroll, Coroner, from Ncnagh, with his usual promptitude, then held an inquest. The verdict was, as might have been expected, Death consequence of Accidental Drowning.” the afternoon Monday, the three
19 October 1835 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland