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••••• .....- .. rate tdorm here, by which the whole municipal Govern- meet of that island must be flung into

••••• .....- .. rate tdorm here, by which the whole municipal Govern- meet of that island must be flung into

the hands of a Popish rabble—a rabble the very tools and missile weapons of the priesthood? Can any Protestant picture to himself without consternation the defeat and rout of our whole English power, attacked simultaneously in all its cantonments, from north to south of Ireland,
July 13, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
RDYAI OTIC . SATURDAY PRECISELY. Admission (e , , Catalogue One Exhibitor s art the 22d, or Thu W REA

RDYAI OTIC . SATURDAY PRECISELY. Admission (e , , Catalogue One Exhibitor s art the 22d, or Thu W REA

did, and to Sai P l With paas:Fngruieed:a(si rrd. a Ae l e theelugFgu on,irrißtn N t n dig Saturc from h i P3 filler'slP e i ‘4l or r ti r t ihea t rse e s f dfir r i D a Nl n g ss f n,..e r° s : l . market; or to \% Gentlemen d conveys/les AN A C address persons Inspection of I
July 14, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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July 14, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WM GREAT PRO.TIiaTANT .MRETINC4—MiNS.

WM GREAT PRO.TIiaTANT .MRETINC4—MiNS.

WM GREAT PRO . TIiaTANT .MRETINC4—MiNS. The see - end great meeting .for exposing to the. people of England 'the latent bigotry, persecuting spirit, and!treason of the Irish Rotnish Church, so • long studiously concealed—the -second great meeting for this all-important objeet is
July 11, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MUNICIPAL REVISING BARRISTERS.

MUNICIPAL REVISING BARRISTERS.

The house having again resolved into committee, Lord J. RUSSELL moved a resolution empowering the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury to grant remuneration to, and to pay the expenses of, the revising barristers employed under the Municipal Corporations Dill. The resolution was
July 11, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CONSERVATIVE APATHY.

CONSERVATIVE APATHY.

TO THR EDITOR OF THE ST. JAMES'S CHRONICLE. City, Friday evening. Sir,—l fully agree in the truth of the letter of your Cambridge correspondent in yesterday's St. James's as to the inertness of the Conservative party in preparing for the approachin. registration. Facts are stubb
July 11, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
_ T,. HE FOURTH YORKSHIRE GRAND 1 , MUSICAL FESTIVAL, by permission and with the sane- ' .° l l

_ T,. HE FOURTH YORKSHIRE GRAND 1 , MUSICAL FESTIVAL, by permission and with the sane- ' .° l l

of the Very Rev. the Dean and the Venerable the Chapter YORK, is appointed to be held in York Minster, on TUES- YY . , September 8, and the three following day s. One half of ; .. IA Profits will be applied for the benefit of the four Infirma".ea of York. Leeds, Sheffield. and H
July 11, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
---- urm It ING'SPATENTGRASS-CUTTING , MACHINES.—These Machines are admirably adopted for ,e'lwing Lawns, Pleasure Grounds, &c.—They may be used by

---- urm It ING'SPATENTGRASS-CUTTING , MACHINES.—These Machines are admirably adopted for ,e'lwing Lawns, Pleasure Grounds, &c.—They may be used by

Per lag Unacquainted with the art of Mowing; are easily adthan to cut to any length, and perform the work much better It can be done by the Scythe. ki May be had of Cato and Sons, 89, Holborn-hill; Thomas Wilpins°n•3o9, Oxford.street ; Baker and Co., 69, Fore - street , Crip,,eg
July 11, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
.A h andsome Volumes, Svo., price 11.10 s. in cloth boards, lIISTORY of the CHURCH from the Earliest Ages to

.A h andsome Volumes, Svo., price 11.10 s. in cloth boards, lIISTORY of the CHURCH from the Earliest Ages to

the Reformation. By the Rev. GEORGE WADDING CON. Vica l of Illaslidm. and Prebendary of Chichester. Second Edition, Revised. Baldwin and Cradock, Paternoster-row.
July 9, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON LAW REPORT.

LONDON LAW REPORT.

COURT OFKING'S BENCH.—MONDAY, JULY 6. v. pEßreire. The Attorney-General (with whom were Mr. Sergeant Andrews and Mr. C. Clarke) stated that this was on action brought against the defendant fur having had criminal conversation with the plaintiff's wire. The plaintiff had been for
July 10, 1835 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England