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... , , ,= farmers. Arms, to await the decision of the house. He, therefore, said, sinking. When the day arrived that the noble baron effect: ( ''‘‘ l ', e , was perfectly mani- moved that Obadiah Barwiek Lucas be committed to would beablotopoint oat the ...

DEATHS. At Marlfield, Cabinteely, James, son of James O'Brien, Es

... Elisabeth, child of Mr. John Battersby, of Otpe*- August 12. Paris, Jane, wife of Richard Blake, Esq., of Gerra cloonc Lodge, county Mayo. .. .. ir . August 18, T. K. Buggy, Esq., editor of the Belfatl August 16, Milford, county Carlow, John Alexander, esq- August ...

STATE OF TRADE

... (loud cheers.) Was he the man that would not like to have revenge ? Was he not the man who armed the Orange faction in this country—who, when secretary, armed 18,000 yeomanry Orangemen in the province of Munster ? Was he not the man who, when these Orangemen ...

i !;i' \te Extiiee.—The Archbishop of Dublin and his Grace’s w., iiin. Kev Mi West ; the Duke of Leinster, the ..

... Captain I’uwis, GOth Rifles; William Packenham, John « a; ;i in Thomas O’Grady, Lieutenant-Colonel Scarlett, agoon Cnards ; O’Grady. ■,K-—Robert Harty, Bart; John Kingston James, Bart, DL; i,as thtr, John Kennedy, Robert Ferguson, Bart, M ;u ~n;on, r.-ford ...

Chapman, Hay. Sir A Philipps. Sir R Ward. G Childers, J W Hayter, WCI Philips. M Wason, R Clav Sir

... Right Hon Sheil, Serjt Stock, K M Talbot. Lord II Vane. ANALYSIS THE HOUSE ON THE DIVISION ON LORD JOHN RUSSELL’S AMENDMENT Majority against Lord John Russell’s Resolution (Tellers included) .. Minority Pairs. 17 Absent—Conservatives .. Liberals .. Seats ...

THE STATESMAN AND RECORD, JUNE 30

... is about to be sacrificed now. He (Mr. Grattan) would tell him that he believed he would make better terms with his friend Mr. O’Brien, and himself and Mr. O’Connell, than with the British minister. He (Mr. Grattan) would advise the British minister instantly ...

COMMISSION OF OYER AND TERMINER

... Findlater, Joseph White, Benjamin Eaton, Robert Hanim, James Hamilton, Geoige John B. Logier, John Jackson, William Redly, Geoige White, Thomas Figgis, John W. Allen, Edmund Galavin, John Carolin, Andrew Elian!, Thomas O'Kelly, James Wyou, Acquilla Smith, and ...

TO THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND

... the Deluge, and containing the arms of the trade, with the motto, Unanimity and Friendship.” The Coopers (Guild of St. Patrick')— very fine banner, drawn in carriage with four greys and outriders, and containing the arms of the trade, and motto. Prosperity ...

AND DUBLIN CHRISTIAN RECORD

... have been? Why was the fact of Captain Lord Cardigan to that officer, tendered in order to how the Reynolds having been imprisoned four days by order of Lord provocation under which he had acted. (Mi Cardigan slurred over as it had been ? Was the liberty ...

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... night. In point of fact, it appeared that the men were under arms day and night; so that, night after night, without respite or relaxation, the troops were continually obliged to be ■ under arms behind their defences, and suffering priva tions of the most ...

SIR ROBERT PEEL AND THE RECORD

... eldest daughter of the Rev. John and Mrs. Peel, and niece of Sir Robert Peel, Bart. The marriage of Viscount Seaham, son of the Marquis and Marchioness of Londonderry, and Miss Edwards, only daughter and heiress of Sir John Edwards, Bart., is to be solemnised ...

PROPOSED EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE

... Kenny, John Martin, Aicken Irvine, Henry L. Tottenham. Richard Lesiie, John W. Hopkins, James F. Parker. George Garrett, Robert W. Wolsely, Edward M. Gosletl, John Emerson, Wm. E. Wallace, John King, Joseph Bradshaw, Wm. Johnson, Richd. Chambers, ...