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CONCILIATION HALL

... hear). The lpublic were not aware of the machinations of the party, though thie members of the association were called upon to unite with them. What did the Hon. Mr. Hutchin- son dlo when he received that communication? Like an ho- noarahle man, he said he ...

Published: Tuesday 01 January 1850
Newspaper: Freeman's Journal
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 11125 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: News 

THE COMING PARLIAMENTARY CAMPAIGN

... propose to make everybod3 rich s by taking something from everybody to give it to somebody else-will come into the field, united, strong, with the whole country at their back, marshalled and arrayed under the guidance of a captain competent to lead ...

ENGLISH BANKRUPTS

... history of the month, &c. And, in addition to this mass of original literature, music, (fee., beautiful steel plate, “ Rustic Civility,” which would credit much more costly work. The readers of thia journal may obtain thia wonderful two-ponuyworth, applying ...

Published: Tuesday 01 January 1850
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Post
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 7064 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none

THE PROTECTIONIST MOVEMENT

... sufliciently intelligibly inform the Government that they earnestly deprecate the greater part of this extraordinary exhibition of united opinion; but as my more humble capacity renders me impervious to impudent slang, together with possessing an hereditary pluck ...

Published: Tuesday 01 January 1850
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Post
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2745 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none

PETITION TO THE QUEEN

... energies shall always be directed. all know from experience what the probable construction that many will put on the phrase ** civil and religious liberty and 1 much fear that a large body of your memorialists would not be satisfied with less than an entire ...

THE DUBLIN CORPORATION

... Navigation Act. It provides that goods, wares, or merchandise, shall imported into the United States, from any foreign port or place, except in vessels of the United States, or such foreign vessels truly and wholly belong the citizens or subjects of that ...

COIX)NIAL LAW

... belonged the wise and learned Sir Matthew Hale; Lord Uardwicke, the Oracle of Equity; Lord Mansfield, who illustrated from the civil law, and, his enlightened learn* ing, perfected the laws of England’s commerce; the intrepid and patriotic Lord Camden ; Lord ...

TO THE EARL OF GLENGALL

... energies shall always be directed. We all know from experience what the probable construction that many will put on the phrase civil and religious liberty,*'and 1 much fear that a large body of your memorialists will not be satisfied with less than an entire ...

Published: Wednesday 02 January 1850
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 374 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

CONTEMPORARY PRESS

... protection must, in the eye of every wary politician, too strongly resemble the last policy of Louis Philippe- that by which he united all the middle and lower class against him-not to excite fear and their dis- suasion. To prevent any such struggle or collision ...

Published: Wednesday 02 January 1850
Newspaper: Freeman's Journal
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 3017 | Page: 4 | Tags: News 

THE MAXIMS OF THE COMMON LAW

... liberty and justice, equally adapted as they have proved themselves with plastic spirit the constitutional monarchy of the United Kingdom, and the federal republic of the UnitedStatcs. One of the first maximsofourlaw is—“ Solus populi lex ftvpremn.” The ...

THE ADVOCATE

... intellectual society, pursuing the same end —the discovery of universal truth; animated by one feeling—the patriotism of civilization. More and more do the civilised nations of the world become fused together. English philanthropists attend public meetings ...

THE ARMY AND NAVY

... about 1,000 supernumeraries, not included here, and this number is exclusive of marines ashore at their respective divisions.— United Service (inzette. A Judge in the West Indies.— Popular Indignation had been roused in the county of Cornwall, Jamaica, in ...