THE EARL OF CARDIGAN

... General in the finger and Prince Napoleon in the hollow of the arm. It being found that the General could not hold his sword firmly, and that a vein had been transpierced in the Prince's arm, from which the blood was gushing in large quantities, the seconds ...

Published: Thursday 14 September 1843
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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CARDIGANSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Talbot Hotel, in the Town of Aberystwyth, in the County of Cardigan,

... to Messrs. James Hughes and Roberts, Solicitors, Aberystwyth, or Mr. John Hughes, Surveyor, in the same place, who will direct a person to show the premises. HEREFORDSHIRE. I JOHN CLEAVE, Clerk of the Peace for the County of Hereford, do hereby give ...

Published: Wednesday 13 September 1843
Newspaper: Hereford Journal
County: Herefordshire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 1545 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

JOHN BULL

... JOHN BULL aland that they are serving themselves in doing what is right to others. The Rebeeeailet, however, have not entirely weaned them* selves from their love of batieriog down turnpike-gales. On Wednesday night a body of them, amounting to about ...

Published: Monday 11 September 1843
Newspaper: John Bull
County: London, England
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JOHN BULL

... JOHN BULL (land that they are Miring themselves in doing what i« right to othera. The Rebecca!lea, however, have not entirely weaned them* aelves from their love of battering down turnpike-gates. On Wednesday night a body of them, amounting to about one ...

Published: Saturday 09 September 1843
Newspaper: John Bull
County: London, England
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JOHN BULL

... five stand of arms accordingly placed, they supposed, in a secure spot for that Cpose, which happened to be discovered bv the police and seised. The to the party ot tneir firearms saved the bailiff for the present.—Afeuaqh Guardian, Armed Legislator!.— ...

Published: Monday 25 September 1843
Newspaper: John Bull
County: London, England
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News of the Week

... think of cutlasses and handspikes, and coming to the rescue. Th. moment the Kinglet foot on deck he took her MaiestvTn hi. arms, saluted her each cheek, and without for recovery from the into his bar with hi. precious burden. first laugh, and it has been ...

Published: Saturday 16 September 1843
Newspaper: Carlisle Journal
County: Cumberland, England
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REPEAL IX THE ARMY

... enthusiastic cheers, waving hats ami handkerchiefs, 1 from the windows either side of the road.— When the procession reached Grattan’s hill was met Mr. Leonard and the Brothers the Monastery Schools, at the head the juvenile Society of that establishment ...

Published: Saturday 30 September 1843
Newspaper: Tipperary Free Press
County: Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
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INCREASE OF PAUPERISM IN LONDON

... probably since Cook’s time, and four others not be found on the map. The captain took possession them m the name of King Charles John. The inhabitants were a mild race, ignorant of the use of iron, and ready to give for even rusty nail a turtle. They were also ...

Published: Saturday 30 September 1843
Newspaper: Waterford Chronicle
County: Waterford, Republic of Ireland
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SPIRIT THE JOURNALS. (From the Timet.) Tr there U one of rhetoric more geoertl mA more iotellWb'e then enother. it

... world. Instead of esbibitinj the bold front nod ready resulutioo an impetuous orator and determined statesmen—the fire of Grattan and the pnrjloee of ton—he cools down into a slipshod of Mr. Gordon Bennett, and a parenthetical defence of Mr. Howley’s ...

Published: Wednesday 13 September 1843
Newspaper: Kerry Evening Post
County: Kerry, Republic of Ireland
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. ~W Mr. that day, who kindly accompanifd us the Darsle: had no political conversation of the J ehtest importance

... importance with Mr. Grattan: is certain not one word respectioc the Union ; may have spoken some time or other Mr. Grattan on the subject of the mon. as has Hone any other public man who did not belonp to the body, hot convinced that Mr. Grattan never bad the ...

Published: Friday 22 September 1843
Newspaper: Dublin Monitor
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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THE LIBERATOR IN THE COUNTY WATERFORD!!

... ; Rev. Maurice Moouey, C.C ; Rev. Maurice O'Gorman, C.C.; Rev. John Casey, C.C.; Rev. Thos. Kuealy, CC. Rev. John Walsh, C.C.; Rev. Michael Clancey, C.C. ; Rev. John Wall, C.C.; Rev. John Ryan, Glasgow ; Messrs. Morrissey, Sweeney, Patterson, &c. &c. ...

Published: Monday 25 September 1843
Newspaper: Cork Examiner
County: Cork, Republic of Ireland
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