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C«i;«T KING’S BENCH Saturday, N. v. U. . < CBIMINAt INFOKMAIION. Mr. Sprgfant Jackson, M. P., on the of J.

C«i;«T KING’S BENCH Saturday, N. v. U. . < CBIMINAt INFOKMAIION. Mr. Sprgfant Jackson, M. P., on the of J.

C. Bernard, T«»*n Clerk Cork, moved for conditional order for a criminal information ll»r libel against the proprietor of the Cork S&Ahem Ktporftr. too affidavit of the prosecutor, it appeared that engaged in several suits the cltfcens Cork; that had keen appointed law agent tha
21 November 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
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28 November 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
Takin'c-Matters Easilv. —A woman named Jane I’arr was charged before the Liverpool Police Willi having stolen a Jackett under (he

Takin'c-Matters Easilv. —A woman named Jane I’arr was charged before the Liverpool Police Willi having stolen a Jackett under (he

lotlowing circumstances;—A drawling Dutchman named John Peters who seemed almost too lazy to support the weight of his own body stated as follows—“ 1 vent into a pohlic-hoze, and dat woman shtole mine shacket,and rim’d avavvid him, and pone him. I vash lell it vasty vir root hoe
28 November 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
tUc Por-e«. From this edition lie now proceed to read tliem whom the bolt of vengeance may sinjicnded -shall they

tUc Por-e«. From this edition lie now proceed to read tliem whom the bolt of vengeance may sinjicnded -shall they

provoke some passages which would eaiiosc them the infamous doctrine* its fall the defiance with which they protest against cing in. held the Church of nomeat this day. Mr. read in their laws by the law of Uod—tt for creatures, to several passages with which our readers from the
28 November 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
them, have been lia« Wen l, v • , •lories persecutions have been believed in districts r'' ' the scene

them, have been lia« Wen l, v • , •lories persecutions have been believed in districts r'' ' the scene

where the 6clion was laid and the ,i„ '" of suffering brethren have been dreadfully avenged 0,,’ whom, perhaps, tidings of thefaUe rumour, had rca™)' i'• the moment when c-uel tormen’ers also came, and ih.-ir f* illl were demanded—{hear, hear). It is a fearful thing, that when R
28 November 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
intelligence. SPAIN. CtirrcMiJondcncc ih'* Times). opexinu THE CORTES— royal speech. ' Madrid, Nov. Hi, 1835. early hour to-dry tho avenuca

intelligence. SPAIN. CtirrcMiJondcncc ih'* Times). opexinu THE CORTES— royal speech. ' Madrid, Nov. Hi, 1835. early hour to-dry tho avenuca

to the galleries of the I’rocorailorea were crowded with well-dressed people the highest rank, all anxious to obtain seats, in order *" the arrival of the Qaeen. Every species of interest was (w | in orJcr to insure success ; but, as the galleries are small " >ri , rc obliged to
28 November 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
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r.V. MK i'l. rR'iTTY A'IT. THE I'UK EVA i\ r Joi Unnil!ii)f( to iulciposo belween cliaiiijiinnii adequate tu llmir own cauee, (ALA’!) yet help with the Ercumifi *>o tho it has adopted with to tlto I’arish I’fiosl Birr. A eont.o-vors —excited by certain his Bishops, which tho Kcv
09 November 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON’—MO\DAY, Nov. 21

LONDON’—MO\DAY, Nov. 21

LONDON’—MO\DAY, Nov. ihu Council Thul* J iv, ] tin* mnnm>r of tlio King every one it I lie M nittt i« wan cold and the e.vtr. and nothing hut its being impressed upon the mind of his Majesty that the timo was not conic for the exorcise of hi* rightful and Uoy.il Prerogaiive, coul
30 November 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
I HUM TI!K MJRKINO I’iST.

I HUM TI!K MJRKINO I’iST.

HUM TI!K I’iST. The letter of Sir Francis Runlet to the members Rrooks’s Club, which was published on Saturday, and which appears in cur pap.r of tbit day, has excited gieater sensation Ilian was ever produced within our recollection l»y any d proceeding fi..m tho pen a piivulo i
30 November 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
O’CONNKLLLSM ITS EFFECTS

O’CONNKLLLSM ITS EFFECTS

it rot imarrined that it is Con- Bcrrativeßalonolli.it Mr. O’Connell's oonduct is looked u;«n with or ; or that them alone the unholy alliance of tho British Cabinet with such man is regard. J with disgust, and denounced with indignation. such thing. The lims has come which haa
30 November 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland