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the lori>s and the reform bill.

the lori>s and the reform bill.

make any impression favourable to the Government. We have had opportunities demonstrating on several oacasions that the truce in Ireland (such it is) is the result of a compromise with disaffection and ruffianism, which compromise the grossest injustice
14 August 1839 - London Courier and Evening Gazette - London, London, England
 
LONDON,.WEDSESDAY. AUGUST It.

LONDON,.WEDSESDAY. AUGUST It.

any im- pression favourable to the Government. c have had opportunities of demonstrating on several occasions that the truce in Ireland (such as it ») ** the result ofa compromise with disaffection and rtt* fianism, by which compromise the grossest injustice
14 August 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE CONSTITUTIONAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL. 19, 1837.

THE CONSTITUTIONAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL. 19, 1837.

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19 April 1837 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 

SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC PRESS.

impression fa- vourable to the Government. We have had opportunities of demonstrating on several oc- casions that the truce in Ireland (stuch as it is) is the result of a compromise with disaffection and ruffianism, by which compromise the gross- est injustice
17 August 1839 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE CONDEMNED CHARTIST? AT WARWICK REPRIEVED.

THE CONDEMNED CHARTIST? AT WARWICK REPRIEVED.

make any impression favourable fo the Government. have had portunities of demonstrating on several occasions that the truce Ireland (such as it is) is the result of a compromise with disaffec tion and ruffianism, which compromise tbe grossest injustice
17 August 1839 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
FRom MONDAY, APRIL:2S, TO WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1836.

FRom MONDAY, APRIL:2S, TO WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1836.

wished magistincy. During, the limited period of his own residence he could discern a 'disposition on all sides to say—a truce in Ireland, and in his casual intercourse with society, several to conflict. He did not think he needed to offer any explanation
27 April 1836 - London Packet and New Lloyd's Evening Post - London, London, England