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PROPOSED EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE

... Kenny, John Martin, Aicken Irvine, Henry L. Tottenham. Richard Lesiie, John W. Hopkins, James F. Parker. George Garrett, Robert W. Wolsely, Edward M. Gosletl, John Emerson, Wm. E. Wallace, John King, Joseph Bradshaw, Wm. Johnson, Richd. Chambers, ...

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... injustice to Ireland as Lord John Russell. They were all agreed about this bill. The government refused to alter the bill; this he knew, but they would all unite and rallyall Ireland together—to defeat this atrocious measure. Mr. Grattan next addressed the meeting ...

ANTICIPATED COLLISION IN THE COUNTY CAVAN

... persons attending the same shall be proceeded against according to law. D.L. J.P. John Godlev, J.P. Hbnrt T. Kilbbb, J.P. Bomebibt R. Maxweix. D.L. J.P. Edward Priestley, J.P. John B. Grates, R.M. Cstsd, September ftth, 1845. The magistrates having also promptly ...

PERFECT OBEDIENCE

... week. Captain Searer and Messrs. Grattan and Dilln Brow n subsequently addressed the association, and ts rent for the week was announced at 2071. 19s. *1 109 PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE °n Thursday evening, a party of five armed person, three dressed in women’s ...

K .t.o„ .. the consideration of the cabinet •• Notbing ATTEMPT Si”? £ jon see can be done here— greater

... Pollock One of the men appeared to me to be armed ; to the best of my knowledge it was a gun he had in his hand. To Mr. Lee—The men I saw running across the field had on black clothes; the man that was armed had a straw hat, and the other a black one; ...

TO THE CONSERVATIVE BURGESSES OF MERRION WARD

... disgrace which must be attached to a Protestant bishop® support of the Maynooth bill. With great resp®®** remain, sir, yours, &c., John M‘Cobmici* Rector of Cies* ® Creaton Rectory, near Northampton, May 26. MAYNOOTH GRANT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COBK CONSTITUTION* ...

TO THE HON. THE HOUSE OF COMMONS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM

... shelter—the smith pulled the red hot iron out of the fire, and thrust it towards his face, desiring the devil to be gone.” Mr. John Cavanagh of this place, an educated and respectable convert, was attacked on the strand of Ventry by men with their faces blackened ...

MARRIAGES

... M’Conaghy, to Catherine. second daughter of Mr. Wm. Conagby. Kernkeek, near Bushmills. March 17, at St. Anne’s Church, Belfast, Mr. John Foster, of Castle-street, to Elisabeth, daughter of Mr. Robert Hall, and relict of Mr. A. Brown, of Belfast. March 14, Mr. ...

THE LATE GALES

... ringing, and landed them they would have met with a watery grave. In the vicinity of the coast of St. Mumble’s Head, and Cardigan Bay the casualties were of most fearful character, upwards of 40 persons having, it is supposed, perished on board one vessel ...

PROGRESS AND LOOK OUT OF CONCILIATION

... Hall—working as Smith Brien works, as Grey Porter works, as OTonnell works, as Dillon Browne works, as Grattan works, as Kelly works, as Roche works, as John O’Connell works, as Fitzgerald works, and as crowds of private gentlemen, and men of the professions ...

THE CONSTABULARY

... Excellency to the ground. When the Lord Lieutenant arrived, the line presented arms by a royal salute, the band playing ** God save the Queen.” The regiment then Mouldered arms, and bis Excellency drove down the line, after which the grenadier company took ...

HER MAJESTY’S STATE BALL

... Guinness, of a daughter, still-born. Jane 5, at Summer-hill. Cork, the lady of John Crawford Mon**A Puk,' Clonmel, the led, Berclej Clibborn, Eiq., ° f At Moher, Lehinch, the led, John HecNemen, Eeq., of ,O Velentie, count, Ken,, the led, George M. Smith, Eeq ...