P. Pelling. 1 bag Cotton Yarn W S. Pirn, 1 puncheon Treacle Moses Staunton, 47 bundles Paper T. Greer, Sons,

... .. 219 11 I John Cramsie, 41 gallons 2 casas Wine, 9 Wm. Cowan, 2 hhds. Sugar, 6 chests Tea, 6 casks Wine, 94 13 8 AVm. Carson, 5 hhds. Sugar,' 6 chests Tea, 106 2 8 John Douglas, 1 hhd. Sugar, 10 IS 6 John Dnnville & Co ...

SCOTCH AND IRISH BASKING

... M‘Laughiiii, j Alex. Dickey Co Alexander Finlay, John Patrick, John Martin & Co. ; Bells & Calvert, Grattan & Co. . M'm. Stevenson, William Gilbert, i James Andrews, Thomas Corbitt, 50 James Steen & Co. John Fisher & Co, W. & J. Campbell, 50 Jas, Robert ...

Published: Monday 28 April 1845
Newspaper: Belfast Commercial Chronicle
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1443 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

HOUSE OK LORDS— Thursday DEBATE ON THE ROYAL SPEECH. Lord Brock r

... speaking with a view to introduce an amendment of different de^pt^. The t° mUnuenKo reinTlrish miseries and grievances d-awing Mr. John gay, applied himself as amendment and stra y thc affiiirB f much to a hat unhappy country, he towards btmsf fto offer to their ...

NATURAL HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY

... various appearances which presented themselves in the course of the excavation. The last communication was an account, by Mr. Grattan, of a phrenological exa- mination of the skull belonging to the above-mentioned body. As these papers will be published elsewhere ...

Published: Friday 06 May 1842
Newspaper: Belfast News-Letter
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1514 | Page: 1 | Tags: News 

PRICE sn. for the last year, both connection with its internal condition and its foreign relations. The ..

... and arbitrary proceedings onr colonies, which wondered had nut driven them to desperation. The house then divided upon Mr. Grattan’s amendment, when the numbers were—For the original tion, 200; for the amendment, 12; majority, 188. the motion of Mr. Stafford ...

Published: Friday 09 February 1849
Newspaper: Tyrone Constitution
County: Tyrone, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1491 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

THL VINDICATOR, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY a, 184

... was the duty of ministers to relieve public anxiety by fully explaining their views on the earliest evening possible. Lord JOHN RUSSEI.E replied detail the remarks of Sir It. Peel. His lordship reminded house that the stores in the dock-yards and arsenals ...

Published: Wednesday 05 May 1841
Newspaper: Vindicator
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 3035 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

3m Wit ITo Olibcvri)

... verdict of the noble lord himself. Alter some plea*antries upon the comparative opinions of Lord John Russell and the league, Lord Stanley proceeded to deal with John’s complaints of the income lax, one of which he refuted from the wotd* of the act. Lord PALMERSTON ...

Published: Saturday 11 February 1843
Newspaper: Londonderry Sentinel
County: Londonderry, Northern Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 6100 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: none

FIRST BANQUET OF THE 8-2 CLUB,

... of Grattan moving the declaration of Irish independence on the floor of the Irish House of Parliament on the I6th April, 1782. The picture contains portraits of all the celebrated Irish statesmen of that day, and is the property of Mr. H. Grattan, one ...

Published: Saturday 19 April 1845
Newspaper: Vindicator
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 7322 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none

TO MEDIC.IL GENTLEMEN

... Wellesley, the Secretary for Ireland, Hung into the fire; and an Arms Hill, which clauses have been recently added, which even Mr. Shaw declared were *• wantonly severe.” You may conceive that Arms Hill, with all its molestations, may required ; hut it beyond ...

Published: Tuesday 30 January 1844
Newspaper: Newry Telegraph
County: Down, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 12125 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: none

»T THE I OITO*

... thee. - (To continued our next.) Flood and Grattan.— ln 1783, they stood before the public as rival leaders, and each had many fiiends and enemies. Flood thought that Grattan had been ungrateful, and Grattan considered that Flood had not behaved fairly ...

Published: Saturday 05 April 1845
Newspaper: Belfast Protestant Journal
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 3364 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Mr. NEWDEGATE presented petition from Warwickshire deprecating the existence any portion of these realms of the ..

... defended Mr. H. Grattan from the attack of the last speaker, whom ho described man with all the ambition to bo in office, but with none of the modesty which would teach him retire into his proper place. was his intention, like Mr. H. Grattan, to give his ...

Published: Saturday 11 December 1847
Newspaper: Newry Telegraph
County: Down, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 6685 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

XT T? o to a o pTearlr pubacriptlon. £.2 10». Half-Tearly. CISa. NL 8, 1843. [ Quarterly, 12a Cd single Paper. 4d

... to pass law, that all the arms in the country are be branded. 1 have in ray possession some arms of my father’s, which were used to obtain the Independence of Ireland, and am to go to the Lord Lieutenant to get Grattan’s arms branded? Never (Cheers.) Gentlemen ...

Published: Thursday 08 June 1843
Newspaper: Northern Whig
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 9847 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: none