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LEINSTER AND CHAIRLrON' DECLAlATION. tHE above Deelaration will lie for Eignature at CAR- v LEMONT..IIoUsE.u RUTLAND.SQUARE/e.ry day from Two to Sour o'Clock.: Gentlemen in the Country wishing to sign ?? ration will have the goodness to send an authg¶tgf s k fixing their names an
30 January 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
METHODISM v. EPISCOPACY.

METHODISM v. EPISCOPACY.

METHODISM v. EPISCOFACY. The Methodists have of late years been amongst uta the stanchest auxiliaries of the church. So hot ten indeed was their zeal that they scrupled not to act in advance of thevan.guard, in the useful but, rather undignified capacity of pioneers and scavenger
29 January 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTATION OF CORN INTO IRELAND.

IMPORTATION OF CORN INTO IRELAND.

IMPORTATION CORN INTO IRELAND. Mi*. L ABOUCHERC gave notice, that on Monday he would move that the house resolve itself into committee to consider much of the 9th George IV., chap. 60, regarded the importation into Ireland of wheat flour.
29 January 1840 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DONEOALL-STRKETj BELFAST,

DONEOALL-STRKETj BELFAST,

On FRIDA Y, the of February, 1840. PRINCIPAL VOCAL PERFORMERS, rests, s. z.s3mosr, (Of the Dublin and Li cerpool Concerts) KISS Z.APKS ( Of the Metropolitan Choir, Dublin) CASSZD7, SAZ.F.3, AND BIISS BBZsZ., (From St. Anthony's Chapel, Liverpool) na. ko3bs, (Of the Philharmonic
29 January 1840 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A P R IZ R I

A P R IZ R I

A P R IZ I won—H was not worth hour the lifetime thrown aside— Of feelings that rose in their day power, deep desponding tide! won heart—a feeble thing. Where passion never came raise tne tone of another string Than the solitary same. knew not strong ambition, sought other joy ab
29 January 1840 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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formed, organised ; and publications issued amongst reform act—that »•, they are disappointed bccaure the retliero. giving instructions how best

formed, organised ; and publications issued amongst reform act—that »•, they are disappointed bccaure the retliero. giving instructions how best

cavalry might de- form act did not work a species of miracle. Must not the feji ii. Surely must considered the du'y the go- I same consequences necessarily foil')-.? go the extent v.•rument to put end to such state of things (hear, hear.) j they ask us, if stop any short the Muc
31 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BOUNTY OF KILDAKE—EXTENSIVE SALE ef HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE—Piano Broadweed—China-Delft—Glaaa. end Plated Ware—about of Choice Wloe—nodaomeold Whiekey—Carriage Hiimi*—Farming Stock and Implement*—a large

BOUNTY OF KILDAKE—EXTENSIVE SALE ef HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE—Piano Broadweed—China-Delft—Glaaa. end Plated Ware—about of Choice Wloe—nodaomeold Whiekey—Carriage Hiimi*—Farming Stock and Implement*—a large

quantity of Booka, wtifa a valuable Encyclopaedia complete, Ac. TO SOLD AUCTION, on TUESDAY. next, and following days, GILTOWN. the Executor* of the late Re*. Joseph Furniture, which good rtawlfflNrritloo, comprising every reqnlalte for Gentleman'* realden^T IN THE DINING PARLOU
31 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW MEMBERS.

NEW MEMBERS.

The following new members look the oatbs and Iheir seats: The Solicitor General,for Newark ; Mi. B. Wood, for Soulbwark ; Mr. Tulnell, for Devonporl; Mr. Macaulay, for Ediiibutgh; and Mr. L. Fox, for Beverley. Mr. A X. WELL presented petition praying the house to take care, in c
29 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mat Price 55

Mat Price 55

29 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ya bed rid old wive*,

Ya bed rid old wive*,

bed rid old wive*, And hope recover, Or ever get over The weight of jour sins, Get some one lift you, Not wailing to shift you, Ye sons the brave. la*! t'..-.i —I, -j ticul Drove i' I mm. isle fanattcua ©•'. 1 f - l*'.;aaticu'. in.-, ccclcsiatn ire .1 ; .'.it ijuibtr, ipso C.i.it
29 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland