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THE STATE TRIALS.

THE STATE TRIALS.

I THE STATE TlAlSO . COURT OF QUEEN'S BEWCHYE8TEriDAY. t'-"g , The Queen v. 0' Connell and others. Yesterday being the day fixed forgivingiudgmentin the case of the Queen v. O'Connell, the utmost anxiety was evinced, arid every portion of the court was crowded almost to suffo. at
31 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE STATE TRIALS.

THE STATE TRIALS.

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH-Thursday. The full Court sat precisely at eleven o'clock. The case of the Queen v. O'Connell and others having been called, The Solicitor General rose and said—ln this case it was not necessary for him to trespass upon their lordships at any great length;
31 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

NO-POPERY PHILADELPHIA, UNITED STATES. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE AND DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY—TWO CATHOLIC CHAPELS, A CONVENT, SCHOOL.HOUSES. THE PRIESTS' DWELLINGS, &c. BURNED BY THE MOB—UPWARDS OF FOURTEEN PERSONS KILLED AND FORTY WOUNDED. (From the Philadelphia Messenger of 15.) A ma
31 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A DRAMATIC FAILURE.

A DRAMATIC FAILURE.

The p«»rlots (!) been in Bridewell; *od, notwltlittmulii-}; the moi-t strenonus etfort# pel up scene, line •liphtinp consummation lua been etficted, as alwajs the Gorernment it might effected —wilbeut as mueh excitemem ha»e often known created coal-porter's N« ver’licles*, ewery
31 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
s. s. d. s. d. I £ s. d. 2«» 2 3 7* 118 6 112 5 I 11 25

s. s. d. s. d. I £ s. d. 2«» 2 3 7* 118 6 112 5 I 11 25

2 I 2 1 Iff 0 | 0 12 1 213 2 9 2 0 8 i 0 12 9 a r 19 10 16 1 2 6 9 0 13 1 40 _3 711 36 0 213 014 0 This table exhibits at a glance a very important saving to; the ln«urer, fully adequate insure at once one-third more principal sum than ran lie »«*cured for the same Premium Offic
31 May 1844 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE STATESMAN AND RECORD, MAY 31,

THE STATESMAN AND RECORD, MAY 31,

imperatively demand a bold determination to resist threatened aggression; and that it is with unfeigned sorrow behold so many, bearing the Protestant name, lukewarm and indifferent, whilst their best interests are in danger; that it was such indifference, in time past, we lost s
31 May 1844 - Statesman and Dublin Christian Record - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PEACE AND QUIET.

PEACE AND QUIET.

The fullowiiig important Address from the Liberator has been prepared, in anticipation of the Sentence which was delivered yesterday : PtoPLE or Ireland—Feleow Codntrymen—Beloved Fellow-Countrymen—Tbe teoteoce passed Out there is an appeal from that sentence. The appeal lies to
31 May 1844 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LIMERICK REPORTER, FRIDAY, M.' Y 31, 1844

THE LIMERICK REPORTER, FRIDAY, M.' Y 31, 1844

THE LIMERICK REPORTER, FRIDAY, M.' Y 31, nut l*e in gaol (immense cheering). es, hoped in to live come out of the gaol, and not into hie gr.ite out of it (great cheering). Uui would not come out of it until came out to hta grave if one thing happened no# would nay solemnly and aw
31 May 1844 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
KI.RMKNTARV AM* \OHMAI, smOOf.

KI.RMKNTARV AM* \OHMAI, smOOf.

Mr. I.cwi*, l,••ith, ice-l’oiivener of the (’oinnnttee Klementarv and Normal Sehools, then broiljht up and read the report. subjoin extract : *• The number teachers salaried during the past ir 122, sixty-three of whom were formerly parochial and Assembly teachers, and the remain
31 May 1844 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
R O V E R,

R O V E R,

CAPTAIN COULTER, tf iNTFkDto I*ll m r«m«, UrKHHi>itL TO SLIGO, Solatala), Ju*ar, al 10 Nor* i'«C- T>M<ia«, IS J«o*, •• 10 Mniiaf, to tLIGO LirKHHOOL, fn-'rn., l«ta Jiao, ■* altaraoM, F'ataj), SO * Jaaa, a* 1 afiTii aaa. Faku—L«bia. S3*, td. luama St. slioo ru T»Mday. 4tli Jan*,
31 May 1844 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland