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STATE OF IRELAND.

STATE OF IRELAND.

I INthle observations we have made on the conduct of tile Society for the moral and religious impr6vemedt or Ire- ttds we have had constant reference to the present po- tlka1-aspect of that unfortunate country, and the tendency llfch societies to aggravate the excitement that um
July 29, 1828 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Poets' Corner.

Poets' Corner.

IrDaw , Collier. ODE TO YABtRTY. Stern Tyranny W to itee VNho walk'st the world in vengeance o'er, WNitih haughty stride and hand distained with 9o0r, Let others bow the knee. Spirit of thoughts and deeds divsiut, Whatever holier name be thine, I bend before thy sacred shrine, Gr
May 26, 1823 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
WEST SOMERSET REFORM DINNER.

WEST SOMERSET REFORM DINNER.

WEST E DiN-NER.-. : ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 4 I:. t . , Five hundred- Rewr'nii ?? .t oesad d tone. their in the Aseembly-Rdom-s at'lTauintorn, on Wedlnesday< th l.s ilt. ~ -Theyt~re described;byth6Moilnidag&rvnk% a en'the 6oliuifTde owners or the soil of the cou~nty- th reland positive const
October 1, 1836 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
INSCRIPTION

INSCRIPTION

Mfitten, and placed on a Tree ill Nightingarle Yalley, Leighi Woods- the haunt of Philomes. aind irence its 7aine. READER I art thou one Trht iovest Nature for her loveliness, Come hitber: thou art welcome; sit thee down On yonder bank vith greenest morses spread, AIId hold comm
August 25, 1838 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

SALT FOR EXPORT.ITIONV ANI) DOMESTIC PUBpOSES. r FIlE DROfTWICII PATENT SALT COMPANY T infrrin Merchia:nts trading to this Port, that they have now ready for Shipment a large supply of every quality. T Apaply at No. 24, BROAD QUAY, Bristol. CONTRA.CT. Conveyance of Troopss frona
February 12, 1827 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
ASYLUM FOR THE BLIND.

ASYLUM FOR THE BLIND.

The Annual Meeting of the subscribers to this institution was held on the 6th inst. at the Asylum, in Lower Maudlin Lane, Richard Bright, Esq., in the chair. The Chairiman opened the business of the meeting with some appropriate remarks, and George Bengough, Esq. read the report
May 17, 1834 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MONMOUTHSHIRE, &c.

MONMOUTHSHIRE, &c.

MON.MouTIIlriqE &ic.. On Thursda~y,`th'e 27'tb ntl tile Members of thie Iode. ns fatigable and B~eatifort. Lodge of. Frenmason'q, Svring nvitlh. 'fseveral most respeetasble Visijting l&rtlren, met Dt-t.'fe `Lmsie:s ?? (Buh linn): to Celebrate them nnoiversary Festival. of S't. 't
January 7, 1828 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
GOVERNMENT EDUCATION BILL.

GOVERNMENT EDUCATION BILL.

?? teirtoX 3 tTercur+ -1: 1;- > SATURDAY, Ap1urL 1, 1843.. GOVERNMENT EDUCATION BILL OrrossTIoN towards the Government Education Bill is bristling up all over the country; So strong, indeed, is the feeling of large bodies of Dissenters against particu- lar clauses, that there can
April 1, 1843 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCEL LAN OUS. Wordsworth is said to have in the press a poem, of which the late Grace Darling is the heroine. A grand regatta, by women, is to take place at Venice on the 25th of May. It is announced that it will he conducted in all the style of the time of thle republic. The M
April 1, 1843 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
FROM FRIDAY'S & TUESDAY'S GAZETTES.

FROM FRIDAY'S & TUESDAY'S GAZETTES.

FRO.M FRIDAY'S & TUESDAY'S G(AZETTE-S. DtCLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. j_ George T. Ciougbi Great Surrey-street, Blaclafriars, baker. BAANK;urrs.-FrIDAY. Charles T. Kirby, Crawford-street, liceman and- hosier, to stur. Orender JanS, Feb 12, at Basingball.street. Sol. Reed, London. e
January 9, 1836 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England