JUST PUBLISHED,

... Ormond-Qusy, Dublin ; and Messrs. JOHN HODGSON and GEORGE PHILIPS, Belfast; Mr. SAMUEL BAILIE, Newkv; and Mr. DAVID DUNLOP, Coleraine. FOR THE TOOTH-ACHE, GUM BOILS. AND ALL AFFECTIONS OF THE TEETH AND GUMS. To be bad grattan’s medical hall. 20, Scotch-* reel ...

Published: Tuesday 06 January 1835
Newspaper: Newry Telegraph
County: Down, Northern Ireland
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ANTI-TORY ASSOCIA TION

... himself would in a few days franking letters for the county of .Dublin. Mr. While addressed the meeting, after which * Mr. H. Grattan adverted to the requisition signed the Lord Mayor and Sheriffs Dublin, which ha condemned as factious and improper act on ...

Advertisements & Notices

... Four-ounce, 5s. ; by TsOINIAS NELSON, 61, Grafton-treet, Dublin. (228 GRATTAN & CO. MEDICAL HALL, IS Corn-MWarket, ,Be.lfag'; M'IALISTER AND IBURDEN, 67, HIGH -STREET, BELFAST; THOiVMAS GRATTAN, MEDICAL HALL, ARNIAAGH; AND SURGEON YOUNG, D)OWNPATRICK. I , ITAGIIEPA ...

TRINITY COLLEGE

... Trotter, 47: John B. Trotter. 30. 1802. Charles S. Hawthorne. The Borough contested the Hon Upton, who lost his Election by a small majority. 1807. John Wilson Croker. This Election also contested. The following were the number of votes : —For John W. Croker ...

Published: Friday 23 January 1835
Newspaper: Newry Telegraph
County: Down, Northern Ireland
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TO THF. EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL

... for this county commenced to-day. There are four candidates —namely, the Hon. R. Plunkett, Gustavus l.ambart, E>q,, Henry Grattan, Esq., and Morgan O’Connell, Esq.— Nothing was done to-day beyond putting the candidates in nomination. The great Agitator ...

Published: Saturday 24 January 1835
Newspaper: Londonderry Sentinel
County: Londonderry, Northern Ireland
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COURT OF CHA?JCbKV —London, Jam. 19

... announced on Thursday night. O'Connell Grattan 70S Plunkett .. Lanabart 336 Thursday, O’Cunnell and Grattan were declared duly elected. MAYO. —Friday - . Sir Brabazon Mr D. Browne ~ 331 Mr John Browne were just congratulating ...

Published: Monday 26 January 1835
Newspaper: Belfast Commercial Chronicle
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
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BELFAST NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY

... superintend the arrangements, and these gentlemen hadl agreed to entrust the nanipulations entirely to Dr. Marshall, Mr. Grattan, Mr. Getty, and Dr. Hincks, of Killileagh. These gentle- men accordingly proceeded to the table, and removed the body from ...

Published: Friday 30 January 1835
Newspaper: Belfast News-Letter
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2763 | Page: 2 | Tags: News 

IMPERIAL FARLIAHENT

... Sutton; H Goolbmrn Cambridge City —T S Rios; George Pryme Canterbury Lord Albert Prod Viuisrsn Cardiff Nicboil Cardigan County Powell Cardigan*-. Pr yee Pryee H Howard; J Caermarthonihire—Won G R Trevor; Sir J Caermarthon Btr—D Lewis » .T A Smith Caernarvon ...

Published: Monday 02 February 1835
Newspaper: Belfast Commercial Chronicle
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
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THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH

... THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH quarter, than the whole bonier wa» in a tumult, and many hundred armed troopers appeared spurring to the spot from all points of the* compass. In Carey’s Memoirs, he tells us that went to a house within five miles of Carlisle, accompanied ...

Published: Tuesday 03 February 1835
Newspaper: Newry Telegraph
County: Down, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2738 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

IM P L KIA L PAR L.l AM ti NT

... Denis Caulfielil Hradv PortaVlington.. Colonel G. 1,. D. Damcr Sligo..John Martin I ralee..Maurice Connell Walcilord..Thomas yse, Henry W. Barron Wexford..diaries A. Walker youeha!.. John O’Connell roi STIES, Antrim Hon. .1. B. 11. O’Neill, Earl of Belfast ...

PRICE FIVE PENCE

... Ix>rd Kentnare had his excuse; he talked Kerry death's head and cross bones. He was afiaid of the picture. Why, they are the arms of the Brunswick family—of the elder branch of his Majesty's family (cheers and laughter). Lord Kenmare certainly not a Brunswicker ...

BRUARY «, 1836. r Tearly ■Haevtytlw. L Quarterly, X*e. Cd

... (Chters.) sure. Lord had hit excuse; be talked, of death's head, and cross bones. He was afraid the picture. Why, they are the arms of the Brunswick familv—of the elder brunch of bis Majesty’s family. Lord certainly not a Bronswicker. But, then, those who ...

Published: Monday 09 February 1835
Newspaper: Northern Whig
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
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