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THE ``NO POPERY'' CRY.

THE ``NO POPERY'' CRY.

TM: 11 1?0, POM IT'l CRY. I (From thee Morning Chronicle.) The Shsffield Ifis of Tuesday last observes, with reference to the crusade against the Catholics, preached by the M'Ghees, the M'Neills, the Greggs, the Stowells, and other clergymen of the established church, who " deman
30 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTRY MARKETS.

COUNTRY MARKETS.

I Vr f- - CoUN'CRY MARKETS. BELFAST. Nov. 28.-Wbite Wheat 9s 6d to 14s Od; Red, 9s 3d to 13s 6d; Oats 7 6(d to 8s zd; Oatmeal .4s 3d to 16s Od per cwt; Flour, Ist, 28s to Os Od j 2dis, 46s to N (if; thirds, 40s to ts Od per cwt, Potatoes, 2s 4d to 2s 10d per cwt; Fresh Butter, Io
30 November 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
approve*] of the views and spirit the Chartists. The Tories only ore tongue-tied when their partisans are running riot, srandalising

approve*] of the views and spirit the Chartists. The Tories only ore tongue-tied when their partisans are running riot, srandalising

society by their outrages, iuid yet Sir Koliert Peel can find way of disowning purposes when it suits him—witness the recent letter to the Observer. Hut it not the silence of the chief that eminently remarkable ; the significant fact is, that the various Tory meetings which ther
30 November 1839 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE EAST.

THE EAST.

A !»tt»*r from il.c M;u*.xHlles, in Courier Frnnsais stages t lias Im-cu conclmlod b«-t\veon IAU ;.:iU tin- St.Mirn.* Poru-. ai tnlan. tho wDf' iU Inc five Powers, account •l « i-iti.--. \li. tluiisr*—l At. T.tleration rt-Ucioos matters ev»rv ..nlijccl (ho I’or.V*. perfect recur
30 November 1839 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PETER BELL THE THIRD.

PETER BELL THE THIRD.

poem by Shelley, bearing the above title, has been published for the first time in the new edition of bis works. Its object to attack Wordsworth in his poetical and political capacity ; and though sometimes apparently shooting wide of the mark, it is for the most part satiricall
30 November 1839 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE O’CONNELI* TRIBUTE.

THE O’CONNELI* TRIBUTE.

Sunday, the B'h December, has been fixed upon as the O’Connell Tribute day for the present year. The splendid services conferred the great Liberator rn his country, are well known and dulv ap predated by a grateful and generous people.— During the whole course of his long and mu
30 November 1839 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR LAW MEETING. AT DOWNPATRICK

POOR LAW MEETING. AT DOWNPATRICK

On Friday, Mr. Culson. Assistant Poor Law Commissioner, held meeting, for llte purpose ot explaining the proposed arrangements, with respect to the Downpatrick Union. There was large attendance of Clergy, gentry, and others connected with the district which the Union formed. Mr.
30 November 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ThelhiUinEvmingPc

ThelhiUinEvmingPc

,r i VOL. LX XIV. ON SUNDAY NEXT, DECEMBER I.t, 1839, #•' MAf,l» FAST TWO O’C LOCK, S* TTIS GRACE THE MOST REV. DOCTOR ~ MURRAY will Breach the ANNUAL CHARITY SERMON in the NEW CHURCH of ST. ANDREW, We*t!ancl-row, in aid of the Funds of the ANDREAN ORPHAN SOCIETY GENERAL FREE SC
30 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OCONNELLANNUITY ST. MICHAEL'S ST. JOHN'S AND ST. WERni'RGU'S PARISHES. WE, the Undersigned, request Meeting of the above Parishes, in the

OCONNELLANNUITY ST. MICHAEL'S ST. JOHN'S AND ST. WERni'RGU'S PARISHES. WE, the Undersigned, request Meeting of the above Parishes, in the

Parochial House, LOWER EXCHANGE-STREET, on MONDAY EVENING, December 2, at Eiehl o’clock, to make the 7 *'" for efficiently collecting the Anniiitr, Sunday, the December. f, y O’Connell, P I* James Green Pit 1v- M. Doyle. C JJ. Murphy Peter Bytlfe James Murray, C J. Hughe* John K
30 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FIGSOLBS versus FITZGBRALD.

FIGSOLBS versus FITZGBRALD.

From paragraph in the Carlow Leinster Reformer, learn that a correspondence has taken place between Mr. Vionoles and Lord Mobpxth in reference to the case of Mr. Fitsgbbxld, to which we had occasion to advert some time ago. We have heard from another quarter—we cannot say how ac
30 November 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland