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21 November 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST, 18, SKIPPER-STREET.

BELFAST, 18, SKIPPER-STREET.

SCOTTISH (Widow*' Fund) Life Assurance, POVNDtD ON MODEL OP LONDON EQUITABLE. Earl of ROSEBERY, President; Honorable Lord Mokcrf.ipf, *1 Lord PapsiDENT Hope. f ~.. Duke of Bucclicch, K.G. Vice-PreeldeM., Marquis Tweeodalk. K.T. J Who, along the whole Directors, Ordinary and Extr
21 November 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE LORD MILTON.

THE LATE LORD MILTON.

Thus early (says the Shrffield Iris) has been removed from the hopes of his family—but never to be removed from their affections—a young nobleman of the most Jamiable private qualities, and who, since he came into public life, with the animating promise of patriotic service whic
16 November 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RAPHAEL AFFAIR.

THE RAPHAEL AFFAIR.

The veracity of the Tory press of London is not more conspicuous in any instance than that of its mode dealing with the letters of Mr. O’Connell and Mr. Vigors on the Raphael affair. The Standard, which is the very pink of honour and ingenuousness, begins commentary upon them fo
16 November 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
fault it waa. In public life, too aeeraa office, and 100 anxious to escape from its responsibilities. (Cheers.) In the

fault it waa. In public life, too aeeraa office, and 100 anxious to escape from its responsibilities. (Cheers.) In the

third place—if there were mao devoted to the fame and reputation of Earl Grej, that mao was Lard Althorp. (Loud cheers.J 1 know, however, how unnecessary it is, for Lord Althorp’s sake, that I should soy even this much. I know how the elmpte grandeur of hla character is above it
16 November 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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All of which, h.ivinjr personally Se’ectcd fre m the First Houses, will found worthy of inspection. November, 1835. ( VALIL4 IiLE FARM SALE. To SOLD hy Public A UCTION, at the COM. MElt Cl L NE WS.R O OM, the Town of Belfast, PHI DA Y the 2Qth of Aov. instant, at the hour of T i
16 November 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE THOUGHT OF DEATH. What U tl. while ambition** eye Survey* the wondering crowd beneath. Wrings from hie buoyant heart

THE THOUGHT OF DEATH. What U tl. while ambition** eye Survey* the wondering crowd beneath. Wrings from hie buoyant heart

a ? The thought of death ! What make* the monarch’* (Utering crown Seem worthies* *• the ruatlc’a wreath, And brings Itajewell’d lustra down Tbe thought of death What Is It, when tbe conquering awofd Returns trinmphaut to its sheath. Withers the laurels of ita lord ? The thought
16 November 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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. COURT OP KING’S BENCH— Thuesdat. LIBEL* Arthur Perrin t. Patrick Lavetle, Proprietor of the Freeman's Journal, end another. Mr O'Dowd applied the Court on behalf of the defendants, that they might allowed withdraw their plra of not guilty. A notice of tbs intended motion bad be
16 November 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMISSION OF LUNACY.

COMMISSION OF LUNACY.

The commissioners and jury who have recently been sitting under a Commission De Lunatico Inquirendo, respecting Mr. David O’Neil Power, melon Wednesday by adjournment in the Court of Appeals, when, after some discussion between the opposing counsel, the following verdict was ret
20 November 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CLERGY OF THE DIOCESE OF RAPHOE AND THE EVENING MAIL.

THE CLERGY OF THE DIOCESE OF RAPHOE AND THE EVENING MAIL.

The Evening Mail of Saturday contains one of the most senseless and indecent tirades we have ever witnessed against the clergy of the diocese of Raphoe, for having lately addressed their bishop in a complimentary strain, in reference gro's and most unmerited libels on his lordsh
20 November 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland