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Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser

in the Douro and the Ti

... the poor—(Hear, hear); by Major FANCOURT, for the 18th of March, for leave to bring in a bill for abolishing flogging in the arm} (Hear, hear) ; by Mr. A. JOHNSON, for the 18th of February, to bring in a bill to improve small church livings in Scotland; ...

IRELAND

... is postponed. Henry Grattan, Esq., M.P., has addressed the people of Meath, exhorting them to assemble in every parish, and petition against there-enactment of the Coercion Bill. HORRIBLE OUTRAGES.—On the night of the eve of St. John the peaceable inhabitants ...

DOVER PAVEMENT COMMISSION

... daughter of the late john toil Esq. of Canterbury. too, 15. the Rev. Edw. Dix, M. A. Rector of TrurOt and Chaplain to his Grace the Duke of St. Alban's, 10 daughter of the late Rev. Joshua Dix, R. D. vicar of, Sept. 1.5, at Dover, Mr. John Rowland, of Whitecn ...

SKETCHES FROM CONTEMPORARIES

... even among some of u onnell's own friends. However, the scheme was taken and the design was to raise 50,0001., the sum that Grattan Il i , from the Irish Parliament, for the purchase of an estate requital for his Catholic Association services, not as a l' ...

IRELAND

... supporting Sir C. Coote, one of the present members, and the Hon. T. Vesey, eldest son of Viscount de Vesci. LONGFORD. - Mr. H. Grattan, dismissed from Meath, seeks a union here with Mr. L. White. Lord Forbes and Mr. A. Lefroy will be again returned. MEATH County ...

SIR R. PEEL'S DINNER AT TAMWORTH

... J. Fielden. Wicklow-J. Grattan, Esq., and R. Howard, Esq. which country. I may sometimes doubt whether that is abuse Bristol-Mr. Miles and Sir R. Vyyyan Bart. ayr Oxford. -W. H. Hughes, Esq., and D. Maclean, Esq. Youghall-John O'Connell, Esq. of ti e ...

ARMY

... of the troops being ordered to fire, their fire effective. By command of the Right Hon. General Lord ni l manding in Chief. JOHN MACDONALD, LATE FORGERY IN THE CITY.—On the firs t Christopher and Charles Foster and James Murphy wed hended hended in Belfast ...

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

... of Northampton, to Harriet, yonargest darihn..• Hon. henry Grattan. April 11, at West Mailing, Mr. John Cogger, to Reb e of Mr. John Skinner, builder. April 6, at Belieurlen Church, 'liter John Richardson, to Miss Kingman, eldest dau ghter Mr. James R ...