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REPEAL ASSOCIATION

... there. At one o'clock, upon the motion of Mr. William S. O’Brien, M.P., who entered the Hall, accompanied by Mr. H. Grattan, M.P., and Mr. John O'Connell, M.P., The chair was taken by Counsellor Dbvitt. Tho Chairman, upon taking his seat, addressed the meeting ...

GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK

... manner in which the Wexford ConaercaUve has espoused the cause of these unfortunates is deserving uf credit. John 801 l The seven dealings of John Bull are—the shop, the stocks, the newspaper, religion, roast beef, prejudice, and port wine. Use a Bustle ...

WHIG TACTICS—IRISH INTERESTS

... not for English taw; and If elfht millions Irishman folded their arms Ireland would triumphant. He said it with certainty. The aaeceae of Ireland was InduMtsbls If they folded their arms, and repeal, and more than repeal, would aMuredly be obtained.— (Cheers ...

THE EVENING PACKET, TUESDAY, JUNE 17. 1845

... him back to the House of Commons and fancying, in spite of the venom bad uttered elsewhere, that shall be secure, because armed with the attributes of a member of Parliament.—(Cheers.) Was such a man allowed to insult the Commons of the British empire ...

J. D. MARSHALL

... King, Esq., merchant, Newry, county of Down. John Bennie, Esq., merchant, Newry, coonty of Down. Robert Greer, Esq., merchant, Newry, county of Down. John Gordon, Esq., Sheepbridge, Newry, county of Down. John Ellis, Esq., Newry, county of Down. James Quinn ...

ORIBI AND LABLACHE

... circulation of the Holy Scriptures, we' have always advocated as benefit our country. The vicar-general has appointed the Uov. John Flanagan a surrogate of the diocese of Clogher, and empowered him lo grant marriage lioenaea. Tb« Hindoo merchant prince, Tagore ...

THE EVENING PACKET, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16.1845. ENGLISH LAW INTELLIGENCE

... markid (hanks of the association were voted to Sir John Macneill for liis very proper and becoming conduct in the chair, and for the interest which be displayed for the welfare of the iustitution. Sir John Macnbill returned thanks. The meeting then separated ...

THE WATERLOO BANQUET

... customary basquet at Apsley-housa. Ills Grace was surrouaded on tha occasion by upwards ef seventy of his brave companions in arms; bia Royal Highness Prince Albert honoring the noble Duke with bis presence on tbe occasion. The guests began to arrive as ...

CABINET COUNCILS

... pleased, on the nomination of Lord Forester, to appoint Captain John (iilbart Ogilria, ball-pay unattached, lata of the Highlanders, to bo one of her Majesty's Honorable Corps of GentloDieo-at'Arms, eice Johnston, who retires. Downing-street, April I. The Queen ...

HER MAJESTY’S STATE HALL

... selects for the fete Thus the Duke of Wellington appeared in the uniform the Duke of Cumberland of that day, the Earl of Cardigan in the uniform of the I Ith dragoons at tho battle of Culloden, and the Marquees of Londonderry tho dress of a cavalry officer ...