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STATE OF THE COUNTY OF TIPPERARY

... ield, grocer ; John Unsworth, of Ashton-in-Mackerfield. grocer ; John Sumner, of Ashton-in-Macker-field, hinge-maker ; William Croston, of Aughton, innkeeper ; Richard Parr, of Aughton, yeoman; George Gurden, of Kirkdale, brewer ; John Harrison, of Aughton ...

IRE LAND

... will be felt by the population, producing most calamitous results. At a meeting of the Repeal Association, last Mond4v, Mr. Grattan, M.P. stated his belief that the Irish Coercitin Bill would never become law ; and if it did, the people of Ireland—the eight ...

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... common decency.—Merthyr Guardian. DUEL BETWEEN LIEUT.-COLONEL THE EARL OF CARDIGAN (11th DRAGOONS), AND LIEUT.-TUCRETT, LATE THE SAME CORPS.—In consequence of the Earl of Cardigan having ascertained that certain letters published recently in the Morning ...

IRELAND

... thirty-two Irish members of Parliament, with Mr. H. Grattan, M.P., at their head, had an interview with Lord J. Russell on the subject of Irish affairs. The noble lord, after hearing Mr. Grattan, Mr. John O'Connell, and other gentlemen, intimated that Government ...

LORD DURHAM

... answer the purpose of a muff, and are, in fact, more comfortable; they are wide, and deeply trimmed with sable, so that when the arms are folded on the bosom, and the hands enveloped in the sleeves, the resemblance to a muff is peifect. SHAWL—A new one has ...

SELECTIONS

... striking in this scene, that it brought us back to the time of our Saviour, and we could fully realise all tlat is related in John iv. Near it is the beautiful and fertile plain of Moreb, which at once reminds one of the parcel of ground which Jacob gave ...

I present TUESDAY EVENING, the 10th inst., For the BENEFIT of MADAME VESTRIS, presented the elegant Comedy, by ..

... a gement of Mrs. H. P. Grattan. WEEK OF T HE CRICKET ON THE HEARTH. °-MORROW (Wednesda32FENlNG, the 11th in stant, will b e produced, the New Drama, entitled, Lord -11 nPerjoy Abmi PRIDE pirBIRTH. Mr. Lester. Mrs. H. P. Grattan. To conclude with THE CRICKET ...

TH EATRE -ROYAL, WILLIAMSON-SQUARE. Under the Management of Mr. Mercer H. Simpson. NOTiew withstanding the Bril ..

... t of Mrs. H. P. Grattan. ArOURTH WEEK OF THE CRICKET ON THE HEARTH. TO-MORROW (Wednesday) EVENING, the 11th instant, will be produced, the last New Drama, entitled, L ord simper joy PRIDE OF BIRTH. Mr. Lester. Mimi Mrs. H. P. Grattan. To conclude with ...

THEATRE-ROYAL, WILLIAMSON-SQUARE. Under the Management of Mr. Mercer 11. Simpson. j 'lCE.—Notwithstanding, the ..

... of Mrs. 11. P. Grattan. FOURTH WEEK OF THE CRICKET ON THE HEARTH. • TO -MORROW (Wednesday) EVENING, the 11th instant, will be produced, the last New Drama, entitled, joy PRIDE OF BIRTH. Lord Simper Mr. Lester. ISlimi • Mrs. H. P. Grattan. To conclude with ...

THE ITRE-ROYAL, WILLIAMSON-SQUARE

... the sole Management of Mrs. H. P. Grattan, present TUESDAY EVENING, the 13th ina„vprepriate Stant, a Dresses, New DramaScen , es, neverand Music, p entitled in Liverpool, with THE PRIDE OF BIRTH, Which Mrs. H. P. Grattan, Mr. W. J. Hammond, and Mr. . Lester ...

RUNCORN DOCK DUES

... will be the whole of the expense kny stranger as the eye would MR. GRATTAN'S NOSE.—On the subject of personal advantage, one is strongly reminded of - humoured bon-mot of Mr. Grattan, th, ways and Byways,'who, during a resident (I believe at Boulogne) ...