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THE TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER. The Queen v. Williams and.9'Dokerty, Proprietors of

THE TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER. The Queen v. Williams and.9'Dokerty, Proprietors of

THE TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER. The Queen v. Williams and . 9'Dokerty, Proprietors of the Tribune. John Williams and hod O'Doherty were *eel at the bar, and indicted for having upon the Ist 1848, and on several other subsequent occasions, at Sackville-place, in the city of Dublin, in thei
August 11, 1848 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
cording to the evidence. It was his dirty to state to the jury the nature of the charge which hail

cording to the evidence. It was his dirty to state to the jury the nature of the charge which hail

been preferred against the prisoner, and bring it distinctly before them, so that when they come to apply the evidence to it, they might not be under any misapprehension. It was their duty to decide the credit which the witnesses were to receive. It was their duty to decide upon
October 24, 1848 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT TO EMIGRANTS. 4 120,000 ACRES OF FREEHOLD LAND, FOR SALE, IN TOE STATE Of GEM I. AITED STATES OF

IMPORTANT TO EMIGRANTS. 4 120,000 ACRES OF FREEHOLD LAND, FOR SALE, IN TOE STATE Of GEM I. AITED STATES OF

IMPORTANT TO EMIGRANTS. 4 120,000 ACRES OF FREEHOLD LAND, FOR SALE, IN STATE Of GEM I. AITED STATES OF TTIIESE LANDS lie between 31 and 32 degrees north, I distant from the Sea about 100 miles, and from Greet Britain about 18 or 20 days sale. Climate delightful, and locality heal
September 1, 1848 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
13 irtb s , Plarriageo, anb Deaths.

13 irtb s , Plarriageo, anb Deaths.

DEATHS. On tbe inst. Colonel Henry Jolts Berke, C. B. of Bennington of deputy Lieutenants and • of the comity, Jolts Aubin, E.l. of idere, Slerifof Jersey. At bin residence m John Carts 808, Esq 15 yam Ger.end in Constmitinoids. James brine, Esq. Biddle Abbey Dublin, and formerl
September 1, 1848 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
h\D JOHN IIITCHEL.

h\D JOHN IIITCHEL.

h\D Mr. ROBINSON t:;td - ;ha -- t . lisi " b• - .l . given notice of intention to put some questions with regard to the treatment of the convict Mitchel on the voyage to Bermuda, and also on his arrival there. He did this because • communication had been made ta him from Bermuda,
August 29, 1848 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 

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TIIR I'OTATO CROP IN IRELAND.

TIIR I'OTATO CROP IN IRELAND.

Sir DENIUM NORREYS withdrew his motion relative to the propriety of establishing a general rate in aid of the poor ?attain Ireland. The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER then moved that the house resolve itself into Committee aid of Ways and Means. Mr. P. iiCIMPE thereupon moved, as a
August 29, 1848 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
TRY. it

TRY. it

it Jury In tbe Trial of Mr. now (on r night* under the rare of the dberiff. or rather the rare of klr. to whom the for their comfort have left. Ws the atasomenodation pro , . and it is ins h as bra Leen bat the lot of Jurors to enjoy. The Ball-rooto is fitted up as their it is la
October 3, 1848 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CLONMEL CHRONICLE.

THE CLONMEL CHRONICLE.

wad, in assmaismiaa. saM that Mr. not only pre this building, in the handsomest manner, holding Iffie meMing, free of charge, but desired hi + name to be lased le the requi.itien, and said he would contribute to the espotass.—(licar, hear.) At 2 o'clock only 20 persons were pres
October 20, 1848 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
.7) ADJOURNMENT 0, THE MEETING TO MEMORIAL GOVERNMENT FOR THE STATE PRISONERS.

.7) ADJOURNMENT 0, THE MEETING TO MEMORIAL GOVERNMENT FOR THE STATE PRISONERS.

On Thursdays Meeting, orenned by the is parmann of a sespiltioa to W. sod teirpootably sighed, is the 'high woe petuiteusly Om by ik. Baum' &soh the PorPne of egoosiny to a iononoriel to ids the Lord i Lionises*. in of Wu. O'Brien, Esq., and the other Nate Prisoners. TM flight W
October 20, 1848 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
e i IRISH SOCIETY , The Scriptnra! Thlneation of the Irish-speaking People, thrz...2gh the of theL . own Language. A

e i IRISH SOCIETY , The Scriptnra! Thlneation of the Irish-speaking People, thrz...2gh the of theL . own Language. A

SERMON on behalf of the above Society will he in CLONMEL CHURCH, on Sunday, the Ist October, instant, by the REV. D. FOLEY. The Church of Rome has never translated the into the Irish lammage, nor iv them any Irish Bible but that translated &nd rirrulated by the Irish Churrh. • •
September 29, 1848 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland