FROM GRATTAN'S SKETCHES OF IRISH FOOLS

... FROM GRATTAN'S SKETCHES OF IRISH FOOLS. Bill Woods was certainly intended by Nature for a hero. was perfect block in point of feeling. All his tastes were military, and delighted in destruction. He was of a good size, had tolerable features and would ...

Published: Thursday 02 October 1834
Newspaper: Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette
County: Wiltshire, England
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THE CHARTISTS ANT) LORD JOHN RUSSELL. Vincent, who in his placards stated himself Ik? member of the National ..

... with Military Trophies, the north west and south sides with Cherubs, supporting the arms England, Ireland, and Scotland. This very fine of sculpture was executed by Mr. John Ricketts, of this city, the year 17.10. ami formerly stood opposite the Bell Inn ...

Published: Saturday 23 March 1839
Newspaper: Gloucestershire Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
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Vahtahle Estate, Kershaw', Sawsersd, TO RE SOLD (tx lan BY AUCTION, Rs Mr. JOHN HERITAGE. Yoder the directiori ..

... Vahtahle Estate, Kershaw', Sawsersd, TO RE SOLD (tx lan BY AUCTION, Rs Mr. JOHN HERITAGE. Yoder the directiori of the Trustee of the Property of the late Mn. MARY PINt-otN, demand, a the Leas son Leo. INN, KEV I ANL near Bristol, ea Monaco. Stith ILL ...

Published: Saturday 17 June 1837
Newspaper: Bristol Times and Mirror
County: Bristol, England
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Mr. John Husbands*

... Mr. John Husbands* | Mr. Wingate St. I,DATE. W. Montague, jun., Etq.* | Mr. E, Flicker* St. dk I^odk. | Mr. Jo«. Page, »eo. Mr. Tucker Mr. Sam. Georga Mr. C. Ladkin St. Nicholas. | Mr. Lea .St. Catiizkixk. Mr. C. Weaver—[Mr. John Smith and Mr. John Dam* ...

Published: Saturday 06 April 1839
Newspaper: Gloucestershire Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
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Slower. Paganini.—A very valuable diamond ring has recently been transmitted from Paris by this stupendous ..

... Ballinger , Nicholas Browning , Wm. Price , John Field, Thomas /ieicher, James , Venn, Edu ard Baker, Fred. Jones, and John Smith. Commitments to Gloucester County Gaol.—On Friday, from the Public Office, Cheltenham, John Lane, charged with breaking into the ...

Published: Thursday 26 April 1832
Newspaper: Cheltenham Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
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HAND I.OOM COMMISSION

... s. Mr. Grattan, need hardly say, is favourably known the lovers of the drama here by his talented personation, during a short vi«it last season, some the best, most arduous, and classic characters in our dramatic literature ; and Mrs. Grattan, to those ...

Published: Saturday 01 September 1838
Newspaper: Gloucester Journal
County: Gloucestershire, England
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THE NEW PARLIAMENT

... ascendancy, Cardiganshire has, we apprehend, advanced but little in independence. CARDIGAN—(in) P. Pryse, Esq., of Gogerddan, a great landowner the counties of Cardigan, Pembroke, and Berks; His name was originally Loveden, but he changed it tor I on ...

Published: Saturday 02 September 1837
Newspaper: Western Times
County: Devon, England
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News by the London Posts

... Tivertoin, aged.78, iMrs. .A. Coomb-At Newton, Devon, aged 66, John Gribble, Esq. solicitor; also, aged b7, Mr. John Budd-At Totnes, aged 5S, Mr. Arthur Browse, of yi Bell's School-Aged 7 3,r. John Lewis, butcher, Carmarthen; re also, aged 3S, AMr. Thos. ...

Published: Saturday 23 December 1837
Newspaper: Bristol Mercury
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 5588 | Page: 1 | Tags: News 

IRELAND

... M. J. Chapman, Westmeathi Clements, Leitrim John Maher, Wesford county S. White, Leitrim James Power, Wexford county R. H. Fitzgibbon, Limerickco. C. A. Walker, Wexford town W. S. O'Brien, Limerick co. John O'Connell, Youghal. The following description ...

Published: Saturday 28 January 1837
Newspaper: Bristol Mercury
County: Bristol, England
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OPENING of a* NEW PARLIAMENT

... any gentleman in that house had a doubt existing in his mind upon that matter, he would refer him to Lord Melbourne and Sir John Mobhouse, both of whom well knew and could attest the truth of what he had asserted. (Loud cheers, and cries of hear.) ...

r The Nem pon. DAT. sr, sad et hsd 'web of endow yews .r I LOB- - Is • &PP

... Odessa. Costraas OUTW A anc—Tlue Cambrian Packet, Richards. and John. Lewis, for Haverfordwest ; Mary. Lewis, Laughers.'; Fonmun C'asile, Morris. Heath: James. Worwell. feller; John. James,Cardigan ; Mary, Harvey. and Union, Candy. St. Ives; Chums Packet. Levu ...

Published: Saturday 06 August 1831
Newspaper: Bristol Times and Mirror
County: Bristol, England
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Imperial Parliament OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND

... been kept. Mr. Stanley replied that if arms had been given out, it was from the commanding officers to whom the deliveries arms had been previously made. The Government had not made any subsequent delivery of arms, and it was not intended make any addition ...

Published: Thursday 18 August 1831
Newspaper: North Devon Journal
County: Devon, England
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