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Mr. O'Connell has been placed (in the commision of the peace for the county of Kerry. The Tories spread a

Mr. O'Connell has been placed (in the commision of the peace for the county of Kerry. The Tories spread a

report that Lord Kenmare, the Lord- Lieutenant of Kerry, had, in consequence of Mr. O'Connell's appointment, resigned his post in disgust; andthatMr. MorganJohnO'Conncd!, nephew of the Liberator, was to his successor. This was fabrication—a Tory lie. Kcnmare fully acquiesced the
October 20, 1835 - Hertford Mercury and Reformer - Hertford, Hertfordshire, England
 
THE LATE FIRE AN ??? PENITENT???

THE LATE FIRE AN ??? PENITENT???

The following stances attending abridged from t& Chapman, to the It has been accidental, anj a9 horses .ri the aiSHH the horse upon the hot air rises chamber The hotcl^S^H the mam boilding, seven deep, and has slide upon iron shut it is perfectly close iron flue at the top! side
October 20, 1835 - Hertford Mercury and Reformer - Hertford, Hertfordshire, England
 
I WISH HE WOULD DECIDE. (From the New Monthly Belle Assembler ; I wish he would decide, inamma, wish he

I WISH HE WOULD DECIDE. (From the New Monthly Belle Assembler ; I wish he would decide, inamma, wish he

would decide; I've a bridesmaid.twenty times, When shall be hride ?. My cousin Ann, sister Fan, The nuptial knot have tietl, Yet.come what will, I'm single still— I wish he would decide ! He taken me trt the play, mamma, He brings ine pretty bonks, with his eyes, mamma, Such spe
October 20, 1835 - Hertford Mercury and Reformer - Hertford, Hertfordshire, England
 
llocii ESTER.

llocii ESTER.

The Revising Barristers, Messrs. Brockman and Fish, sat the Town-hall, Rochester, on Wednesday. Stoke. —George Comport, Thomas Comport, and Thomas Jeal, were objected the Liberals; but it having been admitted, the overseer, that he had neglected affixing a list of the objected t
October 20, 1835 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
llwni.'R T Cieotry, his first ' desire of l owii, ai bus just that fash worthy tl lection. The Fi

llwni.'R T Cieotry, his first ' desire of l owii, ai bus just that fash worthy tl lection. The Fi

Morning O rates r JSHA' the Olfici the 10th and aften at adi tors same an fits of tin electing J ensuing y Note.— the New pany’s P; ▼eyance ( Bridge (except
October 20, 1835 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THE RIGHT OF DISSENTERS TO PERFORM THE BURIAL SERVICE IN CHURCHYARDS.

THE RIGHT OF DISSENTERS TO PERFORM THE BURIAL SERVICE IN CHURCHYARDS.

In consequence of an unpleasant scene which recently occurred at the burrd of a Dissenter in the churchyard of Burton Lattimer, the Rector submitted the following case to Dr. Lushington, and received the subjoined opinion :— Case submitted to Dr. Lushington. " What is the law as
October 20, 1835 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS, &c.

TO CORRESPONDENTS, &c.

CORRESPONDENTS, &c. ' A Citizen inquires whether the Corporation Bill, which has put aside the election of Chief Magistrate for the current year, does not also apply to subordinate officers? and whether the constables and borsholders elected last year are not required to continue
October 20, 1835 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
GAME AT LEADENHALL.

GAME AT LEADENHALL.

Grouse, 6f.; Pheasants, from 7s. downwards ; and Birds, Ss. and 3s. 6d. brace.—Hares, both Scotch and English, are Very abundant, aid selling at very low figures. Wild Rabbits, from 6s. to 12s. per dozen.
October 20, 1835 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
-41tLBOROUGH-STREET.—(This DAY.)

-41tLBOROUGH-STREET.—(This DAY.)

-41t LBOROUGH-STREET.—(This DAY.) 111;:r 1 of the name — Of Mason was brought before door, charged with bring found sitting at a street- Police constable proved the charge. ?he Poor creature, in reply to several questions from the -"'anistrate, stated that she was in a state of g
October 20, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
THE REGISTRATION. LA MI ET 11. 'Yesterday V. Knox — alTel - 13: -. Lennard, Esqrs., sat at the horns'

THE REGISTRATION. LA MI ET 11. 'Yesterday V. Knox — alTel - 13: -. Lennard, Esqrs., sat at the horns'

Tavern, Kennington, to finish the revision of the registration for the above borough. There was a very thin attendance. None of the cases were of general interest. The whole of the list being gone through, the Court adjourned to this day, to settle several undecided claims. The
October 20, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England