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WEDNESDAY.

WEDNESDAY.

Mr. Costello applii d to postpone the trial of tbe per onr charged with conspiring tosuborn to witness to commit pe.jury, by sw earing at the Dublin Election on mat,he (Mr. Costello) bribed elector for his vote gi'ing uini £b. He made this application in consequen.-e of his not
31 October 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCENE AT QUATBE BRAS.

SCENE AT QUATBE BRAS.

SCENE QUATBE BRAS. Sir Thomas I’icton was uiucn inconvenienced during this day for want of horse ; that which had earned him on the 16th was injured ; and as his tiaflf servants who were fresh from if upland, could not be found during the night, be was under the reccsii y of taki
31 October 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
acquieeced whb the Coiomiselor e a on the law of the

acquieeced whb the Coiomiselor e a on the law of the

the Coiomiselor a the law the case. . Mr. M'Mlchan follosre<K H« »»i<J he »pfeart<» ( t Angelins an I Mary Anne Bed onl, ihe infant ch'lilren John daseggio, the elder whom ia two year* and qoar'er old —the two month*. He wished understood that he was the advocate of the Idien alo
31 October 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMISSION ON THK CASE OF THE LATE MR.

COMMISSION ON THK CASE OF THE LATE MR.

BASSFGIO. The commissioners and jury assembled on Monday morning, at 12 o’clock, pursuant to adjournment. Three or four of the witnesses already produced were re-examined, with view of satisfying the jury to the religion which Mr. 13as«egio professed. No new facts were elicited
31 October 1835 - Galway Patriot - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
convenience.

convenience.

remain, dear Sir, Yours, &c. Itc., JAM IS UALV'. THK THEATRE. Thu celebrated Master Bu*k« is appear Monday night for the last time this season, in two of hia most attractive and entertaining characters. We understand that the evening’s amusement is under the patronage of our hig
31 October 1835 - Galway Patriot - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
mg viz. :

mg viz. :

viz. : i'illar and Claw, 100, Sofa, Chess, and Card Tables ; Parlour, Drawing and iled.lloom ('lairs; and Kidderminster arpels, Ruys, Kc., Fenders and Fire-Irons; Mirrors, Pier and ( himney Glasses Sotasand i.oungers ; some lieaulif«l Oil Paiudne* an«l Glazed J'ictures, a l.arge
31 October 1835 - Galway Patriot - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
tl, . allf. tioi. will. il..- f'l.nirU i* r.-ta.-leii in Kn-'U'.'l, tie ...Ivoeale* of its t.-m.o.P its 'vetv jir.-sriit frm

tl, . allf. tioi. will. il..- f'l.nirU i* r.-ta.-leii in Kn-'U'.'l, tie ...Ivoeale* of its t.-m.o.P its 'vetv jir.-sriit frm

arc slunvu to lie m.- 11)OSt Ui-.oli will, tin- very |.iio.-i|.l.-s wl.i. i. alone lUons en.lowimills can ..|> Tic- support llm isl. Ci.nrcl. tbe C-mser valives lias til wars jpieaic.l In ns one the most .■oiivin.-inw proofs lilllc knowledge tbe members (bat (liirty )iosjp»s res
31 October 1835 - Galway Patriot - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
O'CONNf’.LL ANNUITY.

O'CONNf’.LL ANNUITY.

AT a Meeting of the Friends of Ireland, held tlic Chamber of Commerce, and convened by Public Advertisement, the following Resolutions were Unanimously by Dm. Meagher, Esq , and seconded Edward Hackelt, E5q....1. That we have always considered the U onnell Annuity as a National
29 October 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH GOVERNMENT AND THE TITHES.

THE IRISH GOVERNMENT AND THE TITHES.

[from THE EXAMINER SUNDAY.) The Irish Government continues to walk in the broad and straight ways, untrodden the best of its predecessors. Lord Mulgrave has taken the right resolution with respect the solicitatibns of the Clergy tne Establishment, for military aid in the collect
29 October 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCEUV.

CHANCEUV.

Sir ,Mm Nugent Humble, Burt., fjUBSUANT Minor, l»y Thomas Joseph Fitz- ll»e Decree Gerald, Esq., his next friend. V made in this Cause Plaintiff. and bearin': date th Dame Mary Humble, Robep.t Power, 110 th day of February E'q., and others. C 1830. 1 hereby re Defendants. quire
31 October 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland