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THE NATIONAL CONVENTION

THE NATIONAL CONVENTION

At the meeting of ihe " Conventioi.isis" yesterday, Mr. F. O'Connor, in a very long address, in which be maintained the necessity of the people arming themselves for the pari resisting any attempts that might be made on their lil and also of showing that they were animated by as
May 11, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
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[No. _\ FRIDAY, MAY 10, 183,9 p iuce 5d,l
May 10, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
FRIGHTFUL STATE OF THE COUNTY OF CLARE.— MEETING OF THE MAGISTRATES AT ENNIS.YESTERDAY.

FRIGHTFUL STATE OF THE COUNTY OF CLARE.— MEETING OF THE MAGISTRATES AT ENNIS.YESTERDAY.

FRIGHTFUL STATE OF THE COUNTY OF CLARE — MEETING OF THE MAGISTRATES AT ENNIS YESTERDAY. (From the Limerick Standard.) The state of the county of Clare is becoming daily more and more frightful and alarming. The system of turning up land is being practised to ft very great extent
May 10, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

Mansion House A young man, named David Evans, was brought kefori ihe Lord Mayor, charged with having broken into the lodging of his mother, and robbed her of two •r three g< wns. The policeman who apprehended the youth said that Mrs. ■vans bad given her son In charge for thu rob
May 10, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
IHE STANDARD. THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 0.

IHE STANDARD. THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 0.

May 9, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
RATIFICATION OF THE MEXICAN TREATY.

RATIFICATION OF THE MEXICAN TREATY.

(From the New Orleans Bulletin, April 10.) By the arrival of the steam-ship Meteor, from Vera Crust, which place she left on the 2d inst., we have received informa- tion of the ratification of the treaty by the Mexican govern- ment. The subjoined. documents explain so fully all
May 9, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
.EXPRESS FROM LIVERPOOL.

.EXPRESS FROM LIVERPOOL.

Liverpool, Wsdnxsoay Ev_ncn*», Six ?? WEST INDIK-. The statements which have appealed in err tain o) the ms- iiopolitijn mercantile journals, in which it is attempted to prove that the condition of our West Indian colonies is prosperous, and that the crop of this year will have
May 9, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
STATE OF THK COUNTRY.

STATE OF THK COUNTRY.

(From the Dublin Mail.) No Gazette having been published since that of Tuesday (on which we commented), we are fain to rely on the provin- cial journals alone for the state of the country. Nor should we abandon our usual course, but for the heinous demoralisa- tion which the ext
May 13, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Lord John Russell's letter to the electors of Stroud the principles of the Reform Act has been published. The Standard,

Lord John Russell's letter to the electors of Stroud the principles of the Reform Act has been published. The Standard,

in allusion to it, says —" As a literary composition the letter very considerably exalts its writer, proof how important auxiliary to the honesty is. For the first time Lord John writes without a mean purpose, and as consequence writes for the first time gracefuily and eloquentl
May 11, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
COURT & FASHIONABLE NEWS.

COURT & FASHIONABLE NEWS.

HER MAJESTI S COURT. Saturday, Mat 4.—The Queen held a Court this afternoon Buckingham Palr.ce. for the reception of his Imperial Highness the Hereditary Grand Duke of Russia, and his Royal Highness Prince Frederick Henry of the Netherlands. • His Imperial Highness arrived at th
May 11, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England