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What have gained by displacing Uie Tories ? question very gravely asked, and apparently as gravely answered by the interrogator,

What have gained by displacing Uie Tories ? question very gravely asked, and apparently as gravely answered by the interrogator,

in the last number of the Dublin University Magazine Well your high-going Tory is, after all, the fellow for regular “bounce”—for the perversion of facts and cii cumstances to suit the purposes of party. Were we of the Tory clique, we should pronounce the proposal of such a ques
16 October 1835 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

On the ult., by the Rev. Jubo Rogers, dasher, Mr. Robert Clelhntl, of to Margaret, youngest daughter of the Ute Mr. Stewart Bailey, of K.-hcuiq. On the 7th inst., by the Rev. John Rogers, Mr. John Bradford, of Annabain, to Miss Parker, of Ardkeeragh, both of the parish of Donoug
16 October 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE ÆRONAUT.

THE ÆRONAUT.

THE AERONAUT. A TRANSATL-ANT7C 'TAiE.E ?? But in Manr' ?? he became S tiing Restless, and worn, and stern, and wear oame; flrnop'd as a wild-bori falconj with clipt wing, To whom She loUrndlsej; air alone were-horne. ".-Bv oaN. ?? iselect, from' ai American publication, the folow
16 October 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Which far ** s Kingdom. . The Proprietor particularly requests an inspection of highly finished Rosewood Work Boxes, Regent and

Which far ** s Kingdom. . The Proprietor particularly requests an inspection of highly finished Rosewood Work Boxes, Regent and

Square Writing Desks, Superior Dressing-Cases, &c., which will found per cent, lower than any articles equal quality at other Establishments. PERFECTLY NEW DESIGNS. THE Proprietor of the DAME- STHEET. ittenlior. of the Public to his Sto®o£ and Gilt Jewelleiy, which for taste,'fi
16 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. ANDREW JUHNSTON, M.P.

MR. ANDREW JUHNSTON, M.P.

At meeting o( liberal electors of Cupar, held in the Georue lon, on the of October, 1836, Provost Hooeyman in the chair, it was resolved— Ist. That this meeting are surprised to understand that Mr. Andrew Johnston, M,P., has issued an advertisement requesting the electors to mee
16 October 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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ceived great improvements last se however, cast his eyes about him that mode of poor laws which injury, and most

ceived great improvements last se however, cast his eyes about him that mode of poor laws which injury, and most

beneficial to There is another measure to wl servedly been paid—l mean the has been appointed to inquire into upon the western coast, to investigate into the difficulties of the fishermen, and to provide measures for their relief. This is a subject which is intimately connected
16 October 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A MOVING BOG.

A MOVING BOG.

This lather rare phenomenon has bean lately witnessed on part of Lord O’Neill'a estate in the neighbourhood of Randalatown, the Ballymena read. and about two and a-half miles from the former town. The following ia the substance of letter from gentleman who was at the place on Sa
16 October 1835 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
ORDINATION AT DRUMBANAGHER.

ORDINATION AT DRUMBANAGHER.

On Tuesday, the 13th instant, the Rev. John Henry was ordained, by the Presbytery of Newry, to the pastoral charge of the Congregation of Drumbanagber. The ser. 'vices of the day, commenced with a suitable discourse by the Rev. Thomas Logan. 'The Rev. Mr; Heron, of Bal- lyroney,
16 October 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS CONTINUED.

BELFAST NEWS CONTINUED.

.wsQOTITIWED. We are happy to see that considerable interest continues' to be excited on 'behailf'f the ?? for Discounte-. naneing ;Vie la a Prortoting the Knowledgp of the Chria- tiaa Religion. - On §undsy last, a ser mon was preached on' behalf of this excellent Institution by
16 October 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MISCELLANEA

MISCELLANEA

Erection a Brsakwatrr at Glivarv. —Mr. Bald, the enginerr, been coundin; the bay of Glenanu, with view to the erecriou of breakwater harbour at that pUc*. W« understand that the bay of Glenarm is one (he most elifible situations for harbour to foend the north-east coaat of Irela
16 October 1835 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland