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DUBLIN: FRIDAY, JANUARY 1.

DUBLIN: FRIDAY, JANUARY 1.

,-Vte, X-MMMI, 0 gournal., Accounts from Wallachia furnish additional par- ticulars of the recent earthquake. At Bucharest fifteen churches are seriously damaged, and one hun- dread and fifteen houses, including that of the English Consul, aregendered untenantable. The loss of l
01 January 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PREPARATORY SCHOOL.

PREPARATORY SCHOOL.

Stillinq Kxti.ahation (Ut class, I. si division.) VTliitly (W) Imus, Gannon idus, Kelioe Siius. (2d uivi-*ion)—Cassidy Imus Duffy (sen) 2Jus, Di.ffy (jun) Slius. (2d ela-*)—-Harlow (J) Itnus, Harlow 2dus. English Gkamssar : (Ist division) —Whitly (W) Imus. c» a-quo wiih Gannon,
01 January 1830 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BURGLARY AT THE CUSTOM-HOUSE.

BURGLARY AT THE CUSTOM-HOUSE.

A daring burglary was, on Monday night last, effected at the Custom-house of this town. Some fellows—the same gang, we presume, that recently visited the stores of Mr. Carter and of Messrs. Maguire andM‘Parlan —having effected entrance into the Bonded Yard, means of a rope they
01 January 1830 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE TELEGRAPH.

THE TELEGRAPH.

01 January 1830 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
WARRENPOINT

WARRENPOINT

ladies’ boarding school. UNDER THE DIRECTION OP rtS MISS NEILSON, # WILL OPEN on MONDAY the 4th of JANUARY, 1930. ||sg" The DRAWING CLASS will be taught Mr. BELL. 315 Warrenpoint, 28tli December, 1829. ENDOWED DISTRICT SCHOOL, AT MONAGHAN; Rev. T. MOONEY, A.M., late Scholar, T.C
01 January 1830 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 

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aJ Jre*« Lieutenaot Colonel O’Gradr has already appeared. Sir Aubrey De Vere has no idea of starting; but ord Gicntworth

aJ Jre*« Lieutenaot Colonel O’Gradr has already appeared. Sir Aubrey De Vere has no idea of starting; but ord Gicntworth

is expected from England this day to-morrow to addres the Electors— this event, it is said, he will be opposed by his noble father. The Candidates above announced have retained active and experienced Agents. , \lr Massy Dawson is supported by the combined interests of Lord Kings
01 January 1830 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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01 January 1830 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRAVELS AT HOME.

TRAVELS AT HOME.

HIRST STAGE, FROM DUBLIN TO MARYBOROUGH, The reader may judge that theie are more fashionable vehicles going than the caravan.— But it is a great comfort that it sets out from such a low bred end of the town as to secure you from the disgrace of being seen to step into it by any
01 January 1830 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHUTTING OF THE GATES OF DEiIRY.

SHUTTING OF THE GATES OF DEiIRY.

SHUTTING THE GATES DEiIRY. see ,, account, which some our cuiitcmporaries, for lack of better mutter, have devoted two columns, detailing the proceeding* at Derry upon the anniversary the shutting the gates. to have some information upon live subject ; and, le*l the well judging
01 January 1830 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

Yarmouth. Dec. 24- Denison, Scott, from Mem el, delivering in these rowde, parted from her aivchors this morn, ing, and drove tt>liu the south beach crew saved, and cargo expected to saved. llakwicu, Die; —The Edgar, Newbegm, from ShudtU for London, has been assisted here, with
01 January 1830 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland