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GREAT MEETING IN OPPOSITION TO LORD STANLEY'S BILL.

GREAT MEETING IN OPPOSITION TO LORD STANLEY'S BILL.

GREAT AlEEerING IN OPPOSITION TO LORD I STANLEY'S BILL. On Friday the great menetin.g in opposition to Lord Stanley's Roegistration 13ill-th¢o ?? cnvolenin:? w ahi2h waS nuoraonsrl n al ?? Fi*'nli, and bore ?? signaturcs of many of the nnhiity snd gentry of Ire. and, was eid in t
19 January 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POETS' corner.

POETS' corner.

30 January 1841 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
meat, having bean the lirst to prohibit, ude f luute penalties, the slave-trade—the first to declare it piracy•hould not the

meat, having bean the lirst to prohibit, ude f luute penalties, the slave-trade—the first to declare it piracy•hould not the

first also to forbid its citizens all trade with the slave factories on coast of Africa, giving nn example to all nations in this respect, which, if fairly followed, cannot fail to the most effective results to breaking those dens iniquity. M. V*x IliitiF.* Washington, ”)ec. 5,
23 January 1841 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
gentle stimulant and renovater of the impairod fiinctions life, and is lner« , culculatcd to afford relief those who by

gentle stimulant and renovater of the impairod fiinctions life, and is lner« , culculatcd to afford relief those who by

hate weakened jl, powers of their 8. stem, and fallen into state of chronic debility. f» such persons, the is generally ciefectire, and the relish of life almost subdued; they are now wanting in tlml activity of mind and energy of conduct which their affairs mj'iire, and partly
05 January 1841 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
Resolved That for the present, the following Nobleman and Gentlemen he named as a Committee, for the general purposes of

Resolved That for the present, the following Nobleman and Gentlemen he named as a Committee, for the general purposes of

this Society, viz. :—The Right Hon. the Earl of Lucan, Sir Roger Palmer, Bart., Charles L. Kirwan, Esq., Col, Charles Knox, Col. Browne, Col. A. K. Gore, G.Vaughan Jackson, Patrick Lynch, Esqrs. Major O’Malley, Robert Bowen, Courtney Kenny, George Clendining jun.,Jas. Cuff, of C
05 January 1841 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 

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“ ADDRESS OF B. T. COOPER, ESQ. TO HIS TESAXTRr.

“ ADDRESS OF B. T. COOPER, ESQ. TO HIS TESAXTRr.

ADDRESS OF B. T. COOPER, ESQ. TO HIS TESAXTRr. Friends —An anxiety has long been strongly felt me to endeavour open some new sources of employment for your children, the number of whom is far too numerous to admit of their earning comfortable livelihood as farmers from the sub-di
05 January 1841 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
'MAYO MSA»I4, CASTLEBAR. PATRON : The Most Noble the Marquis of SLIGO. VICE PATRON : The Right Honourable the Earl

'MAYO MSA»I4, CASTLEBAR. PATRON : The Most Noble the Marquis of SLIGO. VICE PATRON : The Right Honourable the Earl

of LUCAN. TREASURER: .THOMAS SPENCER LINDSEY, Esquire, TRUS TEES : Joint Knox, Esquire, Clendining Esquire, diaries O’Malley, Esquire, Owen O’Malley, Esquire, Jarrard E. Strickland, Esquire, Thomas V. Clendining, Esquire, Alexander Clendining, Esquire, George Vaughan Jackson, Es
05 January 1841 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
« 'l' KIS Y AND CABINET WAREHOUSE, GARDEN-STREET, A EDWARD MASTERSON MOST Respectfully begs to return his sincere thanks to

« 'l' KIS Y AND CABINET WAREHOUSE, GARDEN-STREET, A EDWARD MASTERSON MOST Respectfully begs to return his sincere thanks to

the Nobility snrl Gentry of Mayo anil Slioo, and their vicinity, for the kind support he has received from them in the above line of business heretofore, and no,v takes inform his friends that he has supplied himself with large and well assorted quantity the following fancy and
05 January 1841 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

STATIONS OF REG I TO {From the Dubli (Where two places arc which the depots of th< CATAT.RRT. Ist Life Guards —Windsor 2d do.—RegcntVpark Royal Horse Gds-Hydeparlc Ist D Gds.—Canada. Vork 2d ditto—Edinburgh 3d ditto—ShefSeld 4th ditto—Leeds sth ditto—Manchester for Dublin ditto-
09 January 1841 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
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Months. . * Januakv 5 0 12 13 10 27 Fbcruaky.,,... 3 10 10 17 23* 21 March,... 2 ,3

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09 January 1841 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland