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... ughmore, Devon, Cardigan, ok and Clonmel. Viscount Gort. Is Countess of Donoughrnore. a F LonDs-Langford, Henry Loftus, Dunsandle, Talbot ore De Mlalbide, Erancis Gordon, Charles Kerr. HoN. ?? Daly, John P Vereker, W Pakenham, St John Butler, H P Vereker ...

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... Dolan, John Heale, ' G. Gilareest, Bereshord B. 'Smith, Francis Smith, W Illiam Pasle, John Spring, Patrick Greninar'Thomns D. Smith,' Patrick Hiayes, Christophe' Jones', John'Madden, 'George 1W. Walthew, George W~hite, Dr. K;irkwood,' John Rqy.~ tnolds ...

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... on yesterday evening:-. The Lord Chancellor and the Honourable Misses Plunket, Mr. James Grattan, Mr. Corry Connellan, Mr. Bevan, Captain Rorniilly ;'Hon. John Forteacue, and Capt. Dunne, Aides-de-Camp in waiting. THE PRINCESS AUGUSTA.-The following ...

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... Parsonstown, John Metherwell, Esq. hitD., of Castleder. 5,i the county Tyrone, to Sral, eldest daughter of Mr. RGrtof o Salford, Lancashire and niece of the Rev. Jants Carlisle. Sf At Cropton, Bedfordshire, Colonel Powell, M P. for Cardigan_ w shire, to ...

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... Fellowes, Countess of Carnwath, Lord Willis id Miss Fitzgerald, Sir Arthur and Miss Clarke, Mr. asd Mrs. Savage, Mr. and Mrs. H. Grattan, Mr. Jerningham, 22d Regim.ent, Mr. Edward Berwvick, Capt. Romilly; Bon J. W. Fortescue, and Hion. St. George Foley, Aidesade ...

LITERATURE

... the varied tastes of our bookreading age than that selected by Mr. Grattan. None, we believe, so much in incident, fraught with instruction to the statesman or the patriot. Mr. Grattan l has already given to the public three volumes of surpassing interest ...

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... Thusthe Brewsterpoitcycompletely succeeded, and Mr Grattan was turtned out of the eounty. It will ?? warded by the present government, and that this man who so acted to turn out the son of Grattan has been advanced to place and power. If report was true ...

LITERATURE

... diocrity. Morgan Ratler disports himself on Spanish matters, taking as a groundwork Ford's admirable Hand l Book, the best of John Murray's travelling companions.- l Milly L., a tale in humble Life, is followed by a paper I of loftier pretence-one of ...

LITERATURE

... subscribe to the sentiments er here expressed by the writer in the Citizen relative to it. The notice on the Life and Times of Grattan is re- sumed by the same able historic pen, whose labours on the ,1- subject we quoted largely from on a former occasion ...

LITERATURE

... for his betrayed country by the inspired patriotism of the friend and cotemporary of the illustrious author-the immortal Grattan-in the social and civil degra- dation, despair, crime, famine, pestilence, and death to which we have all been witnesses. ...

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S CATTLE SHOW

... Marquis of Kildare, Henry Grattan, Esq., Daniel O'Connell, jun., Req., Nicho- las Fitzsimon, Esq., J. Finlay, Esq., ?? Ni- cholas Boylan, Esq., Sir Lucius O'Brien, Bart., James Grattan, Esq., Hon. Mr. Ponsonby, Surgeon O'Reilly, John Gresham, Esq., Surgeon ...

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... improvisatores of Gaul, if preserved by the art of reporting, could not be more essentially a literature than the speeches i of Grattan, Curran, Plunket, and their attendant stars. v Unhappily some of their happiest efforts come to us shorn I of their fair ...