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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
 
DISTRESS IN ENGLAND. THE LAST OF THE STUARTS.

DISTRESS IN ENGLAND. THE LAST OF THE STUARTS.

The last direct male heir of the line Stuart, cn the death of Charles, was his younger brother, Henry Benedict; whom the Pope had created Cardinal. This prince took no other step for asserting his claim to the British kingdoms than by striking beautiful medal, which he is repres
01 January 1830 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ADniCTUS VERBA MAGISTEI.”

ADniCTUS VERBA MAGISTEI.”

01 January 1830 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
New Riga Flaxseed. AMES M‘CLENAHAN has just arrived to him the Christian, J. Buick, Master, from RIGA, with a Cargo

New Riga Flaxseed. AMES M‘CLENAHAN has just arrived to him the Christian, J. Buick, Master, from RIGA, with a Cargo

of Prime New Sowing FLAXSEED. He has also, this day, received despatches from another Shipment of FLAXSEED. These Seeds will be Sold at moderately low prices. J. M‘C. has also on Sale, Long HEMP and Codilla HEMP, Y. C. TALL TT. Newry, 3d Deeemher, Riga o
01 January 1830 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MILLFIELD SUNDAY SCHOOL.

MILLFIELD SUNDAY SCHOOL.

RIILLFIELD SUNDAY SCHOOL. The following verses, for which we had not space In our last number, were written and recited at the-late eiamninations of the Milfield Sunday School, by William John b'rviuL. ]an, one of the pupils there, and a boy of very considera- ble talent. THE FAL
01 January 1830 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE.

DUBLIN POLICE.

I -L I . . ?? I Yesterday, an inquest was held before Alderman Whitforde, -on the body of Pairick Dawson, a glass blower, who resided at 36, Mabbot-street. From the evidence adduced, which was of a very contradic- tory nature, it appeared that the unfortunate de- ceased and other
01 January 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FUO.M T!IE * | Offitr, D.tuJxr I n.j_v»l IK-girornt (if Iltirsc Guardi—Sti-und f.iro- Hun. Wilfem tuwpor, from llw Cornet, by

FUO.M T!IE * | Offitr, D.tuJxr I n.j_v»l IK-girornt (if Iltirsc Guardi—Sti-und f.iro- Hun. Wilfem tuwpor, from llw Cornet, by

«« Bichard Silver Gaseuifloc, eelirea. UejjhmMit Driigooiis—tSerje-.ir.t F. Mae. -dowell in Quartermaster, viec Ditkton, 7th liegimenl Light Diaguuiß—Lieutenant CbHatopher Tower to In- I'liptahi, puieliuse, viee -Sir Siuieou Henry Stuart, who retires ; Cornet I’. S'. 11. Wylehai
01 January 1830 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SLIGO JOURNAL.

THE SLIGO JOURNAL.

THE REVENUE, '/>v We are concerned to find that the Qaarter'a Revenue, which will be made up on the of January nevt. V likely to partake of the unfavorable aapect of tile timet. There baa been lately falling off in the produce of the cacive and cuatoms duties to tome autent. It
01 January 1830 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON—MONDAY, DECEMBER 28.

LONDON—MONDAY, DECEMBER 28.

LONTDON-Al ONDAY, DECEMBEI? 28. Dispatches from Sir C. Bagot. our Am!assador at the Hague, 1were received atithe Foreign Office on Sa- tturday morning. About. one-in the afternoon a number. of the Cabinet Mfiinisters assembled at the Foreign Ofice, itijdiing the Duke of W'ellingt
01 January 1830 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland