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1800 - 1849
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... Hood attempted to revive the old laws against the absentees; and in 1783, proposition for ditto by Mr. Grattan; both failed. *- In 1797, Sir John Vandelear proposed. in the Irish House of Commons, to raise an annual revenue of £240,000 by a tax on the ...

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... To give, for love of auld lang syne, The memory of Barns. While courage fires the Briton's soul, While freedons nerves his arm; While country's love his hopes controul, Friendshigs his bosom warm: While woitb and wit shall lustre shed, O'er the soul that ...

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... in a Pro- svdioeal Theatre, ROYAL MARYLEBONE THEATREi. LESSEE, Ma. JOHN DOUOLASS. vIRST appearance of Mr. B. Blanchard and his n- F derful Dog Victor. Re-engagemaent of Mr. Grattan Dawaon, who will appear in the week as Damon, Othello, and Mercutio. ...

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... Pytlhias. Charactes by Messrs. Grattan Dawson, Neville, Rayner, llarr.itb't, Lewis, Lickfold, Marchant, Robberds, ard Meetdiltes Campbell, Neville, Robberds, &c. On Wednesday and Thursday, Othello.' Oithell, Mr. Grattan Daweson; lago, Mr. Harrington; ...

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... R Pisol, now Casocwell, now Bom astes, and now King Arthur. Grattan, O'Brien and others, are limited to little more than the dellvery of messages. We therefore hope that the Serjeant-at-Arms will be spared a sea-sickness; that he will not be despatched ...

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... his eldest r son, the present Baron. f *Lord Dunas was born In April, 1766, and in 1794, married Harriet, daughter of General John Hall, by whom he has five children living, three daughters and two sons, both the latter of whom are in Parliament. s He finished ...

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... , Florence of IVorcesrer, Eadner, Simeon of Durham, William of Malmsbury, Eddius, Henry ot Huntissgdon, Roger de Hovenden, John Bromton, William of Newbury, Roger de Wendover, Alatthew Paris, Nicholas Trivet, Ralphi IHigden, Goscelin, Sprott, Walsinghaun ...

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... Florence of Worcester, y Eadner, Simeon of Durham, William of Malmsbury, d Eddins, Henry of Heentingdon, Roger de Hovenden, h John Broenton, William of Newburr, Roger de o Weadover, Matthew Paris, Nicholas T rivet, Ralph i fligden, Goscelin, Sprolt, Walsingham ...

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... are the wife of John Troke, who gave I birth to three boys, two of whom are living; and I the wife of William Morley, three boys since dead. EXECUTION OF JOB J. WARD.-The punishment I of death was on isonday morning inflicted on Job I John Ward, who was ...

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... and arraignment as the murderer of Leyton. misl By an ingenious ?? ho obtains possession of the test old man's money; thus armed, lie makes vile proposals he xi to Mary Casmpbell, which she with scorn repulses; and as enec5 Beertrum is rudely dragging ...

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... Belfasst. 0 The Cllegan:,a Tale of 0arryoweee. By thel1 lat M hwavsd arffnd By,.tays ; or Tales of ?? Boadsidil. bi 0 By .iC. Grattan, E'q.,I 2f4e Old Convents, of Pm*d. By Madame CharleS I t Reybaud. if Alwariat~s ; r ?? WANd Forbaleo. BY MrsS. VI 0. CHall ...

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... are the wife of John' Troke wh Iav birth to three boys, two of whom are liig;adh the wife of. William Morley, three boyssicde. 0 'EXEcuT'ION or Jon J. WARtD.The punishment rI d of death was on Monday morning indlicted on Job H1 it John Ward, who was convicted ...