STATE OE THE TOLL

... went away together. Richard Grattan, the last witness's father, corroborated her testimony, except that said was not quite I sober; was about / ...

News and Ovservations

... hands of the association. Mr. John O'C >nnell expressed his approval of the course taken by Mr. Dunne, and said that the committee would manfully do its duty. Mr. Reynolds took the same view, and rated Messrs. Browne and Grattan soundly tor their votes on ...

Published: Friday 31 December 1847
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 6156 | Page: 3 | Tags: Commerce 

THE LIVERPOOL MAIL, SATURDAY, DECEMBER IB 1^47

... desolated Ireland. Mr. H. Grattan said, that for the sake of suffering humanity, he should give his strongest support to this bill. He was anxious to remedy the grievances of Ireland by legislation ; but he considered the man who armed himself with a pistol ...

Published: Saturday 11 December 1847
Newspaper: Liverpool Mail
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3335 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

ar Dulwich, the beautions —this. too, has departed

... CHARTIST RIOTERS AT THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY, HELD AT EDINBURGH, ON MONDAY LAST. — John Duncan. preacher; John Penney, mechanic; Hugh Ross, tailor; James Graham, weaver; John Scott and Peter Bennet, flax dressers ; were charged with mobbing. and rioting, ...

ry body and

... CHARTIST RIOTERS AT THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY, HELD AT EDINBURGH, ON MONDAY LAST. — John Duncan. preacher; John Penney, mechanic; Hugh Ross, tailor; James Graham, weaver; John Scott and Peter Bennet, flax dressers ; were charged with mobbing and rioting, as ...

Imperial Parliament

... n of «>me petitions relative to that Mr. Monck, Mr. J. Grattan, Mr. H. Grattan n™ rand others, seemed to think favourably of such » m yne ' ' J - Maxwell, other hand, warmly opposed by Sir John aS re ' which was on H. Fitzgerald, and Colonel Trench. ...

THE LIVERPOOL STANDARD

... After having upwards of two hours to spend in Liverpool, he took the four o'clock express train, and pointment of John Jones and John Robinson, as assistant tunda Hotel, Regent's-road. Several of them who had Another all-important question is now finally ...

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

... subservient House of Commons. and snubbing Mr. M ?? John 0VC0 ?? for attempting to cast a stur ulon Mr. .M O, sup, led, who had been driven Irom bi, conntry for rebtsting the very Irel dif- tyranny of whish Mr John O'Connell complained. (Hear, he mr I Ilb rhen ...

Published: Friday 09 February 1849
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 8417 | Page: 2 | Tags: News 

THE LIVERPOOL MERCURY, TUESDAY. JANUARY 4. 1848 IRELAND

... tho bench was, that tb* wall should bo lor oiled, MORB CONCILIATION.** Mr. Henry Grattan, M.P , has directed his solicitor to apply for criminal information against Mr. John Rey- M. P., for tha words attributed to tbe latter, in speech delivered in Con ...

!^CH A P L A I N. WANTED, , lfl j to ihe GAOL of tbe CASTLE ffl* ec«rgR —Particulars

... Secretary. Lancaster, Mr. JOHN JACKSON. (Market-street) Ashton-under.Line, David Tinker. Holt, n, Kribi. Barlow. Buinley, Christopher Crook. Blackburn, John Aspinall. Kirkham, Richard Hodson. K. -ndal, Thomas Wilson. Liverpool, John Park. Ditto, William Wallace ...

Published: Saturday 24 June 1820
Newspaper: Lancaster Gazette
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 14573 | Page: 1, 2, 3 | Tags: Classifieds 

LANCASTER ASSIZES

... Foreman. The Hon. Colin Lindsay, Halgh Hall. A. R. Ford, Esq., Ellel Hall. Major Gen. Sir Thomas Whitehead, K. C. B., lplauds. John Fowden Haindle, Esq., Woodfold Park. Sir Thos. George Heeketh, BHrt., Rufford Hal. J. Cunliffe, Esq., Myerscougb House. T. ...