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SERMONS.

SERMONS.

CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION. ON SUNDAY, the of JANUARY, 1839, the d«y always appointed for the purpose,) the Annual CHARITY SERMON, in aid of this Institution, will be preached in BETHESDA CHAPEL, by the Rev. B. W. MATHIAS. A.M. This Society affords relief to the distressed of every
01 January 1830 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROSECUTIONS AGAINST THE PRESS* Now that the 6rst batch of prosecutions against the Press has been disposed of, it may

PROSECUTIONS AGAINST THE PRESS* Now that the 6rst batch of prosecutions against the Press has been disposed of, it may

not be amiss, before Sir James Scarlett recommences his labours (and have no doubt that he has chalk- 1 ed out to himself extensive plan of operations), to advert to a few points connected with the late cases. The alleged offences, the subject of the prosecutions, resolved thems
01 January 1830 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TATTEUSALL’S.

TATTEUSALL’S.

Hie betting Monday was not very interesting* nor wa» ll e attendance by any means numerous. The only bets worth naming were—soHl. even, Wat Tyler against Zucharellf ; and S*KM. even. Wit Tyler against Sal colt. hoi Friday last the fox which was taken in tins town Friday last, th
01 January 1830 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE LOVERS OF IRELAND.

TO THE LOVERS OF IRELAND.

THE LOVERS OF IRELAND. Merrion-square, Dec., 1829. CaOTHaiti—l intend to begin career of utility with the first day of the new year 0,1 that day, will publish the first a series of letters to ihs people Ireland, on the various &optc* which ought, lu >on c«»nsidcration of Parliame
01 January 1830 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INTENDED SUTTEE.

INTENDED SUTTEE.

.i . I - - ' ?? T. IP T l .vT ::N ?? C@v. (From the-g ar ~ a7djhXte.3: -. On Jesday, the:8th bf .juine, about foua,'thck V ,rithe ?? eiag 'enito ?? a . bukto w4 id taklp1a tltat evening a't I ;Ohitpore *Ii ?? ?? .totiespt,.when-l found q Mr.F >t i (wh. isrin: tlt-:e employ of. th
01 January 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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PROVISIONS IN ENGLAND.

PROVISIONS IN ENGLAND.

PROVISIONS ENGLAND. Meat fell one penny per pound at the Karringdom market, I.ondan, on Tuesday. Beef—choicest roasting parts 6Jd per Ih ; boiling ; equal quantity per lb ; rump steaks and lOd per lb. IVluttun—wether haunch 6d; leg ; shoulder 6}d ; neck jd. Veal 6d 7d per lb. I’o
01 January 1830 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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01 January 1830 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EARTHQUAKE IN TRANSYLVANIA.

THE EARTHQUAKE IN TRANSYLVANIA.

The earthquake wliicb was felt in the night of the 25th of November, in Odessa, Jassy,'Czernowitz, Hermannstadt, Kronstadt, and many other places in Transylvania and the liuckowina, did considerable damage at A letter from that city, dated Dec. 4, says—“ One hundred and fifteen
01 January 1830 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
p ohibil»d from iniernied-

p ohibil»d from iniernied-

p ohibil»d from proctica ll h s- —and ti and puni h
01 January 1830 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Wind. S E. MORNING TIDE—DECEMBER 31.

Wind. S E. MORNING TIDE—DECEMBER 31.

Wind. E. MORNING TIDE—DECEMBER 31. Shamrock steamer, good* and passengers. Excel, Carry, hark and slates, Ann, Jones, slates, ~ Sailed —None. Wind, S.E. ARaivan farm Belfast Port Maddock Caernarmn HIGH WATER AT DUBLIN BAR—Thi- D*r Morning Tid* <g rninutes after 3 Kreoinz Tide {>9
01 January 1830 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland