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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
 
MR. SHARMAN CRAWrOItD’S DECLARATION FOR REPEAL.

MR. SHARMAN CRAWrOItD’S DECLARATION FOR REPEAL.

force. The colonel of the National Guard, M. Raybaud, is to tried a council of war, and 31. Talandicr, substitute the truce IRELAND. the procurcur-gcneral. dismissed from his functions. . i The Government has also decided that considerable sum (from *
12 May 1848 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
IR LAND. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) DUBLIN, March 29. The result of the division on the ex-officio clause of the

IR LAND. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) DUBLIN, March 29. The result of the division on the ex-officio clause of the

other members of his family, spoke rather desp mdingly of the state of his father’s health, and held out a Ails' of truce the Young Ireland party. The rent for the week was announced to be 22/. 9s. STOCK-EXCHANGE. Dublin Consumers’ Gas, 3*—Dublin, Belfast
31 March 1847 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LIVE RPOO L, May 6.

LIVE RPOO L, May 6.

Chairman agreeing with the honourable member for Cashel, John bunaloa himgplf up. and walked off in a huff. THE TRUCE OF IRELAND. "The Truce of Ireland" is the heading given by the Nation to the address "to the Repealers of Ireland," which as signed ye
08 May 1848 - Morning Herald (London) - 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
 
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26 April 1845 - Silurian, Cardiff, Merthyr, and Brecon Mercury, and South Wales General Advertiser - Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales
 
SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC PRESS.

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
 
mosity.

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06 November 1843 - Patriot - London, London, England
 
THE ROUND TABLE.

THE ROUND TABLE.

than that of the population. The taxes raised in Scotlandi, with a population of 2,600,000 .odds, are equal to the truce' raised on Ireland with her 8,200,000 odds. Obuttli—tiltnibetsitits. . _ OXFORD, Nov. 20.—There will be an election at Queen's College
27 November 1841 - Old England - London, London, England