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LITERATURE

... improvisatores of Gaul, if preserved by the art of reporting, could not be more essentially a literature than the speeches i of Grattan, Curran, Plunket, and their attendant stars. v Unhappily some of their happiest efforts come to us shorn I of their fair ...

MR. HAVERTY'S PICTURE OF THE MONSTER MEETING

... recal to the spectator the many services conferred by them on our national cause. The Rev. Dr. Miley, Messrs. John O'Connell, Henry Grattan, Thomas Davis, Charles Gavan Duffy, Thomas Mac Nevin, Dr. Gray, and O'Neil Daunt, are striking and characteristic ...

LITERATURE

... LITERATURE. THE HISTORY OF IRELAND FROM THE EAR. LIEST PERIOD TO THE YEAR 1845. By JOHN W)ALTON, Esq, Barrister-at.Law. Among those whom zeal for our national reputation and anxiety to uphold the just claim of our country to an early and high degree of ...

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE

... folloxvilg peraon, at'd* rd r of June, at tile Viceregallodge, Phuenix Park Mrs. Pennant, Sir Edward Blakenup Lord C1 ?? Lord Cardigan, Sir George Berkele1 515I Colonel MACPi, Colonel 3ut-nr, Colol Senior, Colonel Alitciell, Colonel Xaiir Colonel Lewis, ...

LITERATURE

... weight of his gauntletted hand. O'Neill grasped him in his arms, and the combatants rolled together, in that fatal embrace, to the ground:- ' Now, gallant Saxon ! hold thine own No maiden's arms are round thee thrown.' There was one moment's deadly wrestle ...

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE

... the body, in a collin covered with crison Genoa velvet, suromaunted by it coronet, the plate bearing this inscriptionl:-' John Charles Earl Spencer, born 30th May, 172 ; died October 1st, 1s45.'1 Twelve of the oldest tenants on the Wiseton estate were ...

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE

... i, Sir Alexiciider and Laiy Duff Gordon, Ctr tiarles C. Greville, &c., at dininier, on DMonday, at Lan.s de;ll0 ta~s' of Cardigan has hastily left this country , gome. hier tarhyoliti lhaving received informiration from Italy at tire a'rioi5 illirss of ...