British Guardian, September 7, 1825

British Guardian

September 07, 1825

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Issue date: Wednesday, September 7, 1825

Pages available: 16

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Publication name: British Guardian

Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1824 - 1826

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British Guardian (Newspaper) - September 7, 1825, London, Middlesex We ifOttJMtVS LEGMB AmihlM MVTAKI. ii CORK AGGREGATE MBBtOiG; to CONSIDER t�f; ^koi^MihPr pR^tas^ AN ADDRESS TO MR. OXJONNELL. [Ftom &e Dubflkx Mi>iiaing Re^ster^} This Meeting was onei of the most respectable that have been held ks cSrk fiir mwiyyiKrfal-Mr. Barry, of Leiifne- k^a^ was eidla4 t Sir, that Mr. Ronayne will divide the Meeting; we Will then see whether there be a second person present who agrees with hjm. (Great applause.) ' Mr. Ronayne said, that with respect to dividing the Meeting, he would act as he thought proper. For the present, his only object was to protest against any ^Committee whatever being appcHnted. He would say no more for the present, but would reserve himself upon the general smbject to a sub9[equent period of the Meeting.  The dommittee then retired; and, after having been absent Ibr a quarter of an hour, returned with the Address. The Address having been read. The Rev. Mr. England^ rose ai^ moved, that that Ad-dildss be adapted as the Addi^ess of the Meeting; to be presented to Daniel O'Connell, Esq. Mr. White (nephew to Lprd Baiitry) rose and said: Sir, I have the hcmeur and the satisfaeti6n of seconding thnie^ if I ma^^so term it; hi^^^Mid aeca^r. I, said l^lRfmkyne; a^^ by the beit sideoftii^ to6^ IB it is ih^ iDf^^ij^ai^ tM' ftnialeiid^ 1 should^i^^^m^'is^^I sat( silent, and ^er^y gave % tkdt assem to {Hn^e ^ a man^ whd^ has, in my' iioaiid, by ^lunous acts> nol' l�^ly^ greatly pi^Dtn&e drawing m^sNirec^I^iVfiitc tions. Well, th^i he ha^ be^ eith^^ wicked o^..^^. Let him prpve^ by his own solenm^^^ denilEu;' siA^eribied^^t^ his name, and not in speeches that i^hy nbrfoe^tlj^^^^l^^ pinrted, ^r^ied b>y ^e t^^^^ of Lord Killeen arid jl^l*. Shiel,

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