MR. GRATTAN,

... Guards. 57th Ditto, Captain Shadforth to be ijor purchase, vice Smith, who letnes. Hospital Mate John Carnegie to Assistant-Su’rgeon. 591 h Ditto, Lieutenant John Campbell to be Captain Company, without purchase, vice Wharton, promoted in the Stlt West India ...

MR. GRATTAN—THE REV. ROBERT MULLEN

... you did. I can scarcely believe that you did not d know the private history of the proceeding, or that you a did not see Mr. John O'Connell's letter approving of the I act. Can you forget that he never spoke against the in- a troduction of the bill, or ...

Published: Friday 21 January 1848
Newspaper: Freeman's Journal
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 3193 | Page: 3 | Tags: News 

FROM GRATTAN'S SKETCHES OF IRISH FOOLS

... FROM GRATTAN'S SKETCHES OF IRISH FOOLS. Bill Woods was certainly intended by Nature for a hero. was perfect block in point of feeling. All his tastes were military, and delighted in destruction. He was of a good size, had tolerable features and would ...

Published: Thursday 02 October 1834
Newspaper: Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette
County: Wiltshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4568 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

MR. GRATTAN

... MR. GRATTAN. We publish, through our sources of Special Report, ing, full report of a speech of Mr. Grattan’s. do so with the more pleasure, because the indepen. dent constituency of Meath must be proud of their choice, and even the proud and lazy aristocracy ...

Published: Tuesday 27 September 1831
Newspaper: Dublin Morning Register
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1319 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

greatest of preacher.*, and thou best of men—farewell !’* In the House of Commons, Grattan thus defined the man and

... display of troops had be made in that direction, but that the arms were taken and the arrests made without the least resistance. Ry why, it will be asked, were these arrests made and these arms seized precisely the day appointed for the funeral procession ...

AT a Meeting of Gentlemen who signed the Requisition on the subject of Municipal Reform, HENRY GRATTAN, Esq., M ..

... the Com Exchange Room. HENRY GRATTAN. Chairman. J. I>. MULLEN, Secretary. H. Grattan. Esq., having left the Chair, and J. Power, Eiq., having been called thereto, the warm thanks of the Meeting were given to Mr. Grattan, for his proper and dignified ...

Published: Wednesday 18 May 1836
Newspaper: The Pilot
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2553 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

GLORIOUS LETTER OF DR. GRATTAN, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, TO THE NINCOMPOOP BRADY, LORD CHANCELLOR OF IRELAND, UPON ..

... of political party crinie$. ti No, relly t-ho Whigs, headed by Lord John lRus- n se ill-no, you shall not treat the people of Ireland ii as if they were slaves-they Shaht possess arms ats ,f well as thce people of Englanyd-every mnin and boy y of them ...

MR. GRATTAN’S NEW WORK

... MR. GRATTAN’S NEW WORK. Now ready, in 3 vole, post Bvo. Agnes de mansfeldt. the Author of “Highways and Byways,” Heitcss of Bruges,” &c. &c. &c. Saunders and Olley, Conduit-street, Hanorer-square. MR. BUIAVER’S NEW WORK. Now ready, in 3 vols. post Rvo ...

Published: Tuesday 05 January 1836
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 4615 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: none

GLORIOUS LETTER OF DR. GRATTAN, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, TO THE NINCOMPOOP BRADY, LORD CHANCELLOR OF IRELAND, UPON ..

... catalogue of political party Crimes. ti No, reply the Whigs, headed by Lord John Rue- , soil-no, you shall not treat the people of Ireland ?? if they wore slaves-they shall possess arms as fwell as tire reorle of England-every man and boy y of thein Shall be ...

combat ia sufficient to bin* their judgment in favour of the cause which will produce it. [Here Mr. Grattan entered

... in favour of the cause which will produce it. [Here Mr. Grattan entered the hall, and was received with loud cheers. J Mr. O’Brien continued—l have seldom been agreeably interrupted. Mr. Grattan has just come at the right time. He loves to hear of fighting ...

Published: Tuesday 31 December 1844
Newspaper: Limerick Reporter
County: Limerick, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1520 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE LOKP CHANCELLOR —PR. GRATTAN. The following h takon Uc» bclween th. fhanivllor t»rattan • U»nceiwr ..

... people of Ireland as if they were slaves—the shall possess arms, well as the people of j England—every man and boy of them shall at liberty to purchase and keep a gun. shall no registration 1 of arms. *' The English Tory landlords, to be revenged of Feel ...

Published: Saturday 08 December 1849
Newspaper: Dublin Weekly Register
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1647 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

MR. C. GRATTAN’S NEW HISTORICAL TALE, “JACQUELINE OF HOLLAND.” We have spice only for a short extract, hut it ..

... muscular arm towards the sea. “‘Away, Jacqueline, away, my beloved!’ echoed Wank, heading his horse in the direction pointed out hy Oust’a rapid gesture. She needed no more than his example or his coinman to rush with him into the (.pen arms of death ...

Published: Tuesday 12 July 1831
Newspaper: Newry Telegraph
County: Down, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1575 | Page: 4 | Tags: none