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POUTIKIAI AUmDER OF tilE MIGt’EUTES.

POUTIKIAI AUmDER OF tilE MIGt’EUTES.

POUTIKIAI AUmDER MIGt’EUTES. *i( !,*ttor from I.i'U'n, Oct. 20:)—“ The Man s, hal ill Camp.. Antonin J.iKiuim iVtiulvin was miirdcml in Ins house (inllepaj, on tlie l!tth in-t., four a‘- sassins. headed a •erjoant of the sth Cavalry, of which repmci.t the unfortunate had been Col
28 November 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
Outrage a Protestant Church.—On Tuesduy night last several panes of glass were maliciously broken in the chancel window of the

Outrage a Protestant Church.—On Tuesduy night last several panes of glass were maliciously broken in the chancel window of the

free Church, or.Ghapel of Ease, New Rosa, when the window curtain was dragged through one ot the broken panes and trampled under fool. On several occasions latterly Roman Catholics have endeavoured to disturb the Sunday evening service in the same place of Worship by loud laugh,
28 November 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
PROGRESS OF PROTESTANTISM.

PROGRESS OF PROTESTANTISM.

Geneva, Nov. 4.—A hundred and twenty-five Catholics have entered their names in the church of St. Mary Magdalen to embrace the Protestant faith, which they will shortly do, four at a time. EXTRAORDINARY ARTICLE FROM THE TEMPS,” PARIS If we are well informed, very curious event i
28 November 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
PARISH OF KILKBBVAN.—BARONT OP BAMJNTOBBER.

PARISH OF KILKBBVAN.—BARONT OP BAMJNTOBBER.

PARISH OF KILKBBVAN. —BARONT OP BAMJNTOBBER. Persons who attended the Examination. —Rev Dr, Blundell, Protestant Rector ofKilkeevan ; Rev, John Boyd, Catholic Curate of Kilkecvan ; Francis Clancy, farmer; James Coulton, potter; Mr. Thomas Dillon, shopkeeper— James Gaffney, workin
28 November 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
A MEETING WILL BE HELD

A MEETING WILL BE HELD

/ IN BOYLE, On WEDNESDAY, the 2d DECEMBER next, FOR THE PURPOSE ESTABLISHING A BRANCH THE COMMERCIAL BANK OF IRE BOYLE. ON SUCH TERMS AS MAY BE AGREED ON, TUB HOUSE, IN WHICH MR. JAMES GIBBONS CARRIBS ON THE Inn-Keeping Business, THE TOWN OF CASTLE REA. IT will be let with or wi
28 November 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 

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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
 
SMUGGLING

SMUGGLING

On liie morning Tuesday, the 2-kli November inst. Charles Fiuglass, Esf], Land alter at this Foit, seized a quantity Tobacco, (about half a Ton manufactured into Seytrkcad) on boatd the Schooner Jluvis Master, from Sf. John’s New Brunswick. The vessel ■ was built for and consign
25 November 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
the intimidation committee.

the intimidation committee.

The of Monday resumes its labours on ihe evidence Jelirered before the Intimidation Committee. quotes again kfgelyfrom the statements of the accurate and impartial Fitzgerald, but diversifies its gleanings scraps suitable its purp,*., ulen from the depositions of Mr. De-pard, re
23 November 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE

THE

having been taken out of their houses at night by the drivers of landlord, in that county ?_ Yes. Ido ; in the year 1831, the tenants of Lord Daroley and General Bligh were taken out of their house* the night by a party of police, comma,wed a chief consiahle and attended by a ma
23 November 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland