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THE ENNISKILLEN CHRONICLE, AND ERNE TACKET

... subscriptions were handed in. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 184! LORD CARDIGAN’S DUEL AFFAIR—TUI AL AND acquittal. In onr Parliamentary columns will found abridged report of the trial of the Earl of Cardigan, for shooting at Captain Harvey Tuckett, with intent to kill ...

TO THE POOUETI CLASSES OF TUR ROM AN CAT HOLI CS

... the banner rebellion against their Sovereign, bloody defeat 1 would their certain lo*. They are devoid of provisions, small arm*, juiiion,artillery, cavalry military, discipline, officers, experienced Generals, and all things indispensable carrying on ...

V i'i s,o. Lord *. first for ■ G. Grey | . nl c. P »l in the c.th.Uc. from

... conxideratvon of the house. Mr. U GRATTAN with great warmth.vindicated the character of his father from the unjwstifiabls aspersu ns'cxst upon it Mr. F. O’Conner. Mr. F. O’Connor had stated that the late Mr. Grattan had been tebel. The statement was falsa ...

the *- '-.ci. ,1.1. r. N niHON-icLj:

... all classes t P arm, from him. knew these mc.temeot. purchase arms had been . con.eijuences, for-bUO stand of arms were sold late the county Down. moved for a renin, applications made grand j.irnrs, b lstiat , other, to the sale of arms in Ireland. «a ...

counf r\ arc to Li-fumel in ll» would undertake and fulfil lli

... Application F. Maguire, M.D. Finlay (irabam, John Copeland, James Credeu, Will.am Fit/gcraU, John M Farland, Jau.es Maguire, John Bull, J. Halliday, J. Betty, Terence Miban, nnphrey Bevan, Hugh Call »gh in, John Baxter, Richard Owens. J >hn M'Elroy. William ...

THE ENNISKILLEN* CIIRONICLB. AND ERNE PACKET

... Forster, John M'Neill, Nicholas Fitasimon. Win. Ilort. George Hodson (High Sheriff County Westmeath). Richard la-vinge, E. Borrough, Henry Meredvth, James Dombrain, Arthur Clarke. John Power, John Power, of Kilfane; John Burke, Patrick Bellew, ...

IRISH EMIGRANTS

... countrymen will bo proud to emulate.” The Late Trial the Earl of Cardigan.— Such was the doubtful character of the issue of the late trial in the House of Lords, entertained by the Earl Cardigan and his legal advisers, that his lordship, in the event of being ...

Wnwigkitim C

... homoied, the 2d November last, aud of bis sur- and 16 of her ciew (two only being saved) courender to the English. The Earl of Cardigan hav-! sequence having run foul of the Nottingham »ng reprimanded l)r. Smndham, of the Hussars, steamer, off Holyhead. for ...

TI CKET i

... s' r- ,S, ri-TV mnnd Mnr.i.v, o' K illi-lr ; Mr. Davis. (ttle'- ginve DOM OAI, I ARMING . ot I.M. . x.,,.,.,, Hilishorondr; Mr. M. ißaiiv, i I'rom the .im-a I ; Mr. John Ogilvie, Mr. I>. l.iMoe-Hme.und The Dorn ;al N liel.l tlieil ~ swe have aim d, alter ...

ENNISKILLEN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1842

... —James Leslie, Esq., of Leslie Hill, Ballvmoney ; John M*Neilc, Esq , of Parkmount, Belfast; John APGildowney, Esq , of Clare Paik, Ballycastlc. Akmag h. —James M. Stronge, Esq., Tynan Abbey, Tynan; John K. Irvine, Esq., ofCamagb House, Kcady Maxwell Cross ...

THE REPEAL ASSOCIATION

... M'Donnell, Carrokeel, one gun; Marcus Bannon, Caronlord, one gun ; John Cloghcr, brought out of his house and beaten; John Croom, of Curralcc, dragged out and sworn to whether he had arms- They then went to the house of man named Kelly, colled tor of the ...

E EN'NIS KI T. N I —“V FV ' ' .;' ,7 V~ eminent daty. and abject submission etime.- ,

... Limerick. Morton. ruggist, London i>erkv. Bole, M wo. Phelan, ILmksiller.YY Ford. Grattan, Abmauii, and all the respectable latent Medicine Vendors To and oiintrv- '•John Maukt.” h.i,l aim thr of l/ir.l Trmilestwc, R,.1 li«roc*eW. Juno I'.ir ictt. U'j ...