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IRELAND

... of Lisraore-house. was returning from Moneygall, within quarter of a mile ot his house, three men attacked him, two of them armed with pistols, and the third seized his horse by the bridle, they instantly demanded him surrender the money' he had collected ...

IRELAND

... George Pearson, of St. John s college, rector of Castle Camps, in this county, was elected Christian Advocate, on the resignation of the J. A. Jeremfe. Fellow Trinity college. The Uev. Joseph Taylor. 8.D., Fellow of St. John s, college, has been instituted ...

Price Is. 6d. in boards,

... 4.—Arrived the Hetty, Meio, St. John’s, New Brunswick. Several hales of cotton were seen floating on the 10th ult., in lat. 41, long. 4J, the Maria, arrived here. Sunderland Jan. o. St. Petersburgb. Arrived the John Frederick, Guest Waterford, Jan. 4 ...

LIBRARY OF IRISH ROMANCE

... Parliament—The Seven Baronets—Theobald WolfTone—The Duke of Wellington and the Marquis of l.ondonderry—-Lord Norbury—Henry GrattanJohn Philpot Curran—Queen Caroline—Lord Velverton and the Bur—Anecdotes of Irish Judges—lrish Fire-eaters—Duelling Extraordinary— ...

DIVIDENDS

... Gloucester. Smith, N., Warminster, innkeeper, Feb. 11, at twelve, the King’s Arms Inn. Warminster. Wallis, P., Comb*Fields, Waiwicksbire, shopkeeper, Feb. 11, eleven, at the Craven Arms Hotel, Coventry. Wills, J., St. James’s-p!ace, St. James’s-street, tailor ...

HHJF A h. B 5

... Viscount Althorp, Mr. Brougham, Mr. Alexander Baring, Mr. Kolfe, Mr. John Komilly, Mr. Hume, Mr. Worburton, Mr. Lynch. Mr. Wason, Mr. Pry me. Sir George Grey, Mr. Hobarts, Mr. John Abel Smith, Mr. Alderman Thompson, Sir Hubert Inglis, Mr. Morrison, Mr ...

HOUSE OF COMMONS

... Horace St. Paul, and Sir John Campbell (then Solicitor-General). electors polled; of which number Sir John Campbell had majority 90. believe the gross number of registered electors is now about 710. Of these polled on Thursday—Sir John Campbell Mr. Thos. Hawkes ...

COMMITTEE OF SUPPLY

... Among tbe company were Messrs. Hodges. Pendarves, Sandford, Curieis, Wilbraham, Methuen, Johu Murray. George Wm. Wood, John Parker, John Abel Smith, Byng, \V. Brougham, Heilby Thompson, 1 homas Dundas, Dominick Browne, Lambert, Childers, Winington, and Warre ...

PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS

... persons duly licensed lor tk.i purpose. Mr. Cutler Fergusson—ln first committee of supply, to mo., grant of 5,0001. to Captain John Ross for bis public servi Mr Cobbeit-On the *7th May. to move resoluC'm repeal the whole of the duties on malt. Mr. Robinson—On ...

Cochrane and M'Crone, 11, Waterloo-place

... SPAIN and PORTUGAL, vols. I TALIAN REPUBLICS, 1 vol.—J. C. L. do Sitmondi. SWITZERLAND, 1 vol. NETHERLANDS, 1 vol.—T. C.Grattan. POLAND, vol. I M l STATES of AMERICA, vols. MARITIME ami INLAND DISCOVERY, 3 vols. THE CHURCH, 2 vols.— Rev. 11. Stubbing ...

MR. HOOK’S NEW WORK. Second Edition, in 3 vole, poethvo. THE PARSON’S DAUGHTER. By the Author of S ying* and

... principal productions of Mr. Ward, Mr. tiulwer. Lord Mulgrave, Mr. Theodore Hook, Mr. Horace Smith, Mr. Lister, Mr. DTsraeli, Mr. Grattan, Mr. Gleig, Lady Charlotte Bury, &c. ; and the public are requesied to observe th«t the copyrights o! these works being tbe ...

Price .‘>s. 6d.,

... beat French Historians,with Notes. IV. Price 25., * FRENCH POETRY with English Notes. A New Edition, with Additions. London: John Parker, West Strand; and Sampson Low, Lamb’s Conduit street. Bvo., price Bs. (id., illustrated by Copperplatt-s and Wood cuts ...