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... porformed lastneasn, .anights in succession, at the Theatre-Ioyal. Cavent-garden.,eal the ,h BRIDALS OF AlES'SIA; - . Or, JOHN OF PROCD John of Prcida ?? Vandenhoff. Fernando ?? Mr. Geoege Vandenhoff. Isolne1. . Miss V'andenhoftf To conclude with the Bulletta ...

News and Observations

... William Smith O'Brien. William Fagan, Daniel Callaghan, A. O'Flahertv, M. J. Bl.ike, John Hyacinth Talbot, T. Meagher, Col. Dunne, John Reynolds, John O'Brien, John O'Connell, M. Sadiier, J. P. Somers, lion. Cecil Lawless, Timothy O'Brien, Mahon, and ...

Imperial Parliament

... those priests whose denunciations from the altar had been im mediately followed by the death of their victims, and if not—- Mr. John O'Connbll rose to order. He wished to know whether was competent for an Honourable Member to ask a question which inferred ...

Imperial Parliament

... M. Fox. John Greene, Robert Keating, Tho«. Meagher, H. K. G. Morgan, J. O'Brien, Timothy O'Brien, Maurice O'Connell, Anthony O'Flaherty, Nicholas Power, John Reynolds, E. B. Roche, Francis Scully, Thomas Wakley. Tellers,—Feargus O'Connor, John O'Connell ...

Imperial Parliament

... long robe, and such merchants as desired to attend. The ATTORNEY-GENERAL, in reply to Mr. H. Grattan, said he had seen the letter of the Bishop Exeter Lord John Russell, on the subject of Dr. Hampden's appointment, hut had been prevented the press of p ...

News and Observations

... clergymen, txnessive their confidence in Mr. John O'Conneii ai their future leader. Mr. John O'C'onneil read his reply, in the course of which he declared himself ready to sacrifice life itself the glorious cause. Mr. John Reynolds, the new and unexpected M.P ...

Imperial Parliament

... poor, and found employment for tl.em, even borrowed money for the purpose, were absolutely penniless in consequence of an armed combination against them, which prevented the payment of rents. (Hear, hear.) ( Lord Stanlej had property in a part Ireland ...

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... street, leading out of Canal-street, three adjoining front- ing Ryley-strect, and three at the back, occupied by B. Ashton, John Rotherham, and others. The rental is £66 6s. per annum. This lot is held for a term of 999 years, commencing in March, 1835 ...

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... Pleydell Bouverie. Henry Francis Shaw Lefevre, Harry Chester, Esq. Esq. John Cockerell, Esq. Charles Littledale, Esq. Samnuel Pepys Cockerell, Esq. Henry Littledale, Esq. John Drummond, Esq. George Warde Norman, Esq. Charles Bell Ford, Esq.' lirice Pea ...

IRELAND

... Knocksentry, in this county, was attacked by an armed party, who knocked at the door and demanded admittance. Kelly, who was sitting the fire eating his supper, rose, with one of the children in his arm*, for the purpose of opening the door, when the ...

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... tsoo, fr7ns time comniencelu'fl of Mr. Pitt's adnsmis. tra~tsn to the rejoction of MP Grattan'S Bitt em5'the 24* May (1815s) inetudfir hi, relehs'ted Speeehds of ?? Grattan for the Geta/,1ic p1ainms, and of'.Mr.l Abbott, the Speaker, against them. The adaitiona ...

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... 's — Mr. John Connejrs preliminary meeting Irish members was held on Friday. The following gentlemen were present John Reynold* M.P. ;T. Meagher, M.P.; T. O'Brkn, M.P.; J. T. Devereux, M.P.; J. O'Connell, M P • James Fatnn, M.P.; H. Grattan, M.P.; and ...