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PENSION TO MR. CANNING’S FAMILY. Tt- Duke WELLINGTON moved, that the Houie „l into Committee, on the Act f*r enabling

PENSION TO MR. CANNING’S FAMILY. Tt- Duke WELLINGTON moved, that the Houie „l into Committee, on the Act f*r enabling

hit to gtinl a Pension to the Family the late Mr. Canning. . * The Earl GROSVENOII made some obaervaUoct on •ha Bill, but eveotßally consented to it, Lard REDESDALE supported the Bill; he considered it g, tel justice to th» fcmily of Mr. Canning, who had given all hia prospects
12 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the purpoM if h* h»J with the rt’oßion to deluded from *l. powsr, t'nt I. -vu eonirr- Mahomet, were notaccordinj

the purpoM if h* h»J with the rt’oßion to deluded from *l. powsr, t'nt I. -vu eonirr- Mahomet, were notaccordinj

to tilt pure doctnne. of pr.eiple. the Conatitutlon gran, then, .nv , the religion of Cunttt. H. did. in hi. cor«def.«, bel.ere 1793 eonceaa.on..were made. Catholic wore ,! W t, that the zealou. attempt, well-meaning per»n* WdfaMU Member, Parliament. (He.) After , , natethe prin
12 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

On the 10th inttant, in Carlow Church, by the Reverend I jthutn Coddington, Hoetor of Timolin, Benedict Arthure Yates, Ecq., Moon, County Kildare, and North Great GeorgeVstrect, Publin, to Susanna Maris, only daughter of the Rev. Doctor Stone, Carlow. DIED. June 6th, in Merrion-
12 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. CANNING’S PENSION BILL.

MR. CANNING’S PENSION BILL.

The Duke of WELLINGTON moved that the house abould into Committee on Mr. Canning’s Pension Bill. The House then went into a Committee upon the bill. Lord GROSVENOR said, that he misunderstood the period at which this pension was proposed to be granted. He thought if his Majesty
12 June 1828 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
pipping. SOUTHAMPTON&PORTSMOUTH to hafre-de-grAce.' THE LARGEST STEAM-PACKET to FRANCE IN THE BRITISH CHANNEL. THE superb and swift-going STEAM-PACKET* the GEORGE

pipping. SOUTHAMPTON&PORTSMOUTH to hafre-de-grAce.' THE LARGEST STEAM-PACKET to FRANCE IN THE BRITISH CHANNEL. THE superb and swift-going STEAM-PACKET* the GEORGE

THE FOURTH”.of 100 horse power, James Weeks, Commander, will start from Southampton for Havre-de-Grace, and. return on following days during the months of May and June;— FROM SOUTHAMPTON. Thursday, ... ... ... C, Evening. Tuesday, 17 ... 8, Morning. Saturday 21 ... 5, Afternoon.
12 June 1828 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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CHIEF SECRETARY FOR IRELAND.

CHIEF SECRETARY FOR IRELAND.

The Morning Herald asserts, that Mr. Lamb has again accepted the office of Chief Secretary for Ireland. ACCOUNT OF TWO MEN RESCUED FROM A DESERT ISLAND in the SOUTHERN OCEAN. (From the Calcutta Government Gazette of 3d January.) On Sunday, the 4th of November, 1627, the Palmir*,
12 June 1828 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
H i >RSK»

H i >RSK»

HORSES FOR SALE, At Johnston’s Repository, 157, Great Britain-street, TWO pair of Bay Carriage Horses, one 3, and the other 15-2, are in good Condition, ready drawn, and have very good action. beautiful brown Horse, 15 hands three inches high by Whitemore, a trsined hunter and ro
12 June 1828 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
/TIMBER. To Sold, at KNOCK-DRIN, Within Two Miles of Mullingar, a large quantity of OAK, For Roofing Houses ; Beaus.

/TIMBER. To Sold, at KNOCK-DRIN, Within Two Miles of Mullingar, a large quantity of OAK, For Roofing Houses ; Beaus.

Spokes, and Boat Timber. Also, HAZtiL for Hoops, Kishes, &c. Knork-Dnn Castle, Jum 11, 1828.
12 June 1828 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
AFFAIR OF HONOUR,

AFFAIR OF HONOUR,

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. THE WAR. The intelligence from France and Germany, by the Papers of Monday, and the German Papers the end of May, isof less importance than we expected after the first Bulletin of the Russian army. The French papers seem to throw doubts upon the authen. tic
12 June 1828 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
CHIEF SECRETARYSHIP FOR IRELAND.

CHIEF SECRETARYSHIP FOR IRELAND.

Among the various reports during the late Ministerial changes, was the manner which the vacant Secretaryship of State for Ireland to be filled up. This was, according some, offered to various Right Honorable*, whs, however, were said to have constantly refused it. It was really
12 June 1828 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland