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LITERATURE

... to bear his part in the p general arming which took place on the breaking out of the i short, but most disastrous insurrection of that year, arid served in 'Ithe lawyers' infantry ; such being the i description of arm wbich the bar then chose. On two ...

LITERATURE

... LITERATURE, I MOORE'S MELODIES TRANSLATED INTO IRISH (Dubln By JOHN, ARCHnBISHOP OF TUAM. r No. IVr. I- (Dublin: John Cumming, IC, Lower Ormnnd-luay.) During some time the increasing spirit of interest in the ancient literary remains of Ireland which ...

MR. HAVERTY'S PICTURE OF THE MONSTER MEETING

... recal to the spectator the many services conferred by them on our national cause. The Rev. Dr. Miley, Messrs. John O'Connell, Henry Grattan, Thomas Davis, Charles Gavan Duffy, Thomas Mac Nevin, Dr. Gray, and O'Neil Daunt, are striking and characteristic ...

LITERATURE

... LITERATURE. THE HISTORY OF IRELAND FROM THE EAR. LIEST PERIOD TO THE YEAR 1845. By JOHN W)ALTON, Esq, Barrister-at.Law. Among those whom zeal for our national reputation and anxiety to uphold the just claim of our country to an early and high degree of ...

DRAWING ROOM AT THE CASTLE

... Lieutenant, county Clare; Shaw. Bushy Park; Hugh D Massey, Harty, John Kingston Jarner, John Mac Neill, Edward Synme, Patrick Bellew, R L Blosse, George Col- thurst, B M'Mahon. General Sir John Ormsby Vendeleur. CoLONELsLevwis, Royal Engineers; Graves, Military ...

LITERATURE

... nterinlt of that day, fron which, after some judi. the heratiocis on the Union, lie hastens to a conclusion, the words of Grattan, IN UNIONe THERE TS repea tt(, AND IN SEPARATION THERE 15 UNION. j e the work is historically correct, written in an easy ...

FASHION AND VARIETIES

... Lady, and the Misses Campbell ; SirJohn, Lady, and Missess Burgoyne; Sir John, Ladv, and Miss Bushe ; Sir Thomas, Lady, and the Misses Butler; Sir Thomas and Miss Usher; Sir John and Bliss Vandeleur, Sir Henry Marsh, Baron and Baroness de Roebeck, Colorel ...

FASHION AND VARIETIES

... of the Lieutenancy w ill be discharged bv Air Wralk.je our late popular and enlightened rapresentalive I$ J-ju Independent. John IJ. 'Talbot, Esq., deputy lieutenant, arrived at is seat, Ballytrent, from Alton Towers, on Saturday last, aid was welcomed ...

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE

... Mossiny a' le- to honou1r the Earl of' Cardigan with a visit at his Se tI o tt en Park, Northamptonshire. ' D44 so , The Earl of Devon and Edward Courtene5 E d. have returned to this city. I ) sq, ke - Morgan .John O'Connell, M.P., the nepphe ags O'Connell ...

LITERATURE

... bad none of the a ,gvjiyS Wf the Anglo. Irish, which displays itself in h plenl800r of the elo. ,r quence of Burke, Curran, Grattan, end Shei . Compared with theirs, his was the eloquence of business. Hid rhetori ws was all second hand. He convulsed his ...

FASHION AND VARIETIES

... O'Ferrall, Redington, Townley, Parker, Welby, Sotheron, Childers, Bmsl'ield, William Roche, John Ellis, Fitzpatrick, J. O'Connell, III. O'Connell, Henry Grattan, Winston Barron. Shortly before three o'clock the Lord Chancellor arrived at the Palace in ...

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE

... 1-10 ur Earl Belmore returned to Castlecoole on Fid ' Fee from Omagh. ' he Robert Gregory, Esq., has arrivedat the Angled Arms, Kingstown, from Coole Park, Gott. James Smith, Esq., has left Westport Lodge fr ?? London. On Wednesday morning, shortly after ...