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TORY LANDLORDS.

TORY LANDLORDS.

correspondent who haa seen our acknowledgment of the consideration and liberality of a Whig Landlord, (the Marquis of Lansdowne), thinks that justice calls upon us to publish the following facts regarding noble Conservative who owns estate in the neighbourhood of Dublin. His lan
19 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATUE UOYAL

THEATUE UOYAL

The tragedy the Gamester was lust night to tolerably good bouse. The character of Beverley Kemble, was well conceived, but owing those physical in> perfections which time has wrought in him, vva-', we must say, brought forth rather lamely. Miss Clifton per fur men the character .
19 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAir INTELLIGENCE.

LAir INTELLIGENCE.

19 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRESBYTERIAN CONGREGATION, ARMAGH

PRESBYTERIAN CONGREGATION, ARMAGH

To Mathew R. Belli Eiq,, Chairman*' s,a . ./? WE see an Advertisement Telegraph, that at ** a Mealing of a tmmbfr of Stat-holders of the I’iesbyterian Congregation of Ajpiagh,'’ I resolutions were adopted condemning our and tlie Merohcra the Session for presenting f^TAddress to
17 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EARL MULORAVE IN CUSHENDALL

EARL MULORAVE IN CUSHENDALL

being; understood that bi» Eacellenev was pronctiing Cusltendell, on Tuesday, 27lti n*t., numbers from the town and from Ib'e neighbouring glen, both ProleslitnU and Catholics, assembled Ulenaritf ahore. and received hie Excellency with enthusiastic sign, of res,.ect and affecti
21 November 1835 - Galway Patriot - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
INQUESTS—FIVE PERSONS DROWNED.

INQUESTS—FIVE PERSONS DROWNED.

inquest was held on Tuesday the county coroner, Mr McCarthy, on the bodies of two young men, a boy, and a woman, and infant child, which were taken out of the Grand near the Bth lock, on Monday morning.—It appeared that they were all seated on a cart on their way to Clondalkin,
21 November 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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SECOND REPORT The Select Commifee appointed to inquire into the amount advances made the of Public Works in Ireland, "the regulations under which they were made, the purposes which they have been applied, and the amount of rcimvmentsto consider also the various reports made Commi
21 November 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
great orange meeting.

great orange meeting.

A Curat Orange Meeting has taken place, the particulars of which we gi»e in amther pirtof this journal. In the report much unnecessary labour is spent in demonstrating the mischiefs of Rihbonhra. At this time of day we believe that those mischiefs are sufficiently appreciated to
21 November 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH.

THE CHURCH.

Ths Lord Bishop of Dowo and Connor has been pleased to appoint the Rev. Edward Cupples, LL.B., to succeed his l»te lamented father, as Vicar-Gem ral of the United Diocese of Down and Connor. The living of Raymachv, vacant by ihe death of the Venerable Archdeacon Usher, has been
21 November 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OUSERVEK. IRISH MARKETS

OUSERVEK. IRISH MARKETS

Londonderry. Nov 'fi —Grain -We had Haring the past week verv little Grain of any kind brought forward market. Wheat was moat plentiful. »nd sold at IBs Od to 19s per har el Oats were extremely various y. and fiotn to per stone Badey, to per do. Limerick. November 18.—Red Wheat,
21 November 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland