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IRISH RAILWAYS.

IRISH RAILWAYS.

Meeting Tralee—On Thursdays meeting was held tha County Court, Tralee, for the purpose of taking the preliminary steps towards the accomplishment of a Railway from Dublin to Valentis. Pierce Chute, Eaq., having been called take the Cbair, the proceeding* the Were opened by the K
12 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

PROROGATION PARLIAMENT. HOUSE LORDS— Tuesday, —This being the which Parliament stood prorogued, the Lords Cominis. sioner», Lord Denman, Viscount Melbourne, and Lord Glenclg, took their scats below the Throne at half past-two o'clock. The Commons having been summoned the Bar, wer
12 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TffE CONTEMPORARY PRESS

TffE CONTEMPORARY PRESS

CONTEMPORARY PRESS ORANGE JUSTICE DEFEATED. The power of the Orange combination to control the administration of justice, and the daring spirit with which that busy faction still proceeds to obstruct or pervert its course, have been signally exemplified within the last week in Ir
12 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHII* NEWS-THE STORM.

SHII* NEWS-THE STORM.

SnirwßE- Ks About eight o'clock on Saturday night, a brig of tuna, the Hebron,*Frederick master, and for Dublin, twenty-seven days from St. Andrew’s, New Brunswick, with cargo of deals, having just previously lost, her main top-raast, was driven by the fury of the storm upon the
28 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
counties examples, that the list presented by the Sheriff of Louth would smell of the same factious odour, and be

counties examples, that the list presented by the Sheriff of Louth would smell of the same factious odour, and be

disgraced the same dangerous disregard to public decency, which most unfortunately characerises most of the names the list upon which have been commenting.*— Taking it for granted that this was the case, too much praise cannot given to the Honorable and Learned Judge for the w.s
26 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHIG CONVERTS TO TORYISM I

WHIG CONVERTS TO TORYISM I

WHIG CONVERTS TORYISM The Journals of the faction, at both sides of the water, are great ecstacics at the accession to the Tory cause of two Northamptonshire Whigs-— Sir George Robinson and the Hon. and Rev. Littleton Powys —the former of whom stated have been most strenuous supp
26 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Li—Li'

Li—Li'

14 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD JOHN HVSSF.LL

LORD JOHN HVSSF.LL

A considerable portion of our space devoted * the speech delivered Lord Rtssiu at It like the Noble Lord—.calm, convincing, and Disposed, should be, to d ; *ate upon some 1 speech, are precluded the stale our cdutrns. To other speeches delivered the Briatol dinner— tl'o*' Lord (
14 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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14 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. CAMPBELL’S LETTERS FROM THE SOUTH. The new monthly magazine November Cunjpri*cs among numerous other Papers the most Distinguished Writers

MR. CAMPBELL’S LETTERS FROM THE SOUTH. The new monthly magazine November Cunjpri*cs among numerous other Papers the most Distinguished Writers

of the Day, LETTERS FROM THE SOUTH, By Thomas Campbell, Esq., Author of the Pleasures of Mojh;.” Being the result of his late Travels to Atgiers, and other Parts. These»Letters will be regularly continued in the Monthly Magazine till completed. Loudon : Published by Henry Colbur
05 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland