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ING YEAR.

ING YEAR.

Kilkenny. Alderman John M'Craith, Mayor ; Louis Anderson and Thomas IJradley, Esqr*., Sheriffs. Cashp.i Sir J. J. Fitzgerald, Hart., Mayor; B. H. White, Esq., Deputy Mayor; W. 11. Upton, and B. Upton, E*qrs., Sheriffs; A. Jordan, Esq., Town Clerk.
13 July 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JACK GULLY’S MAG-PIE.

JACK GULLY’S MAG-PIE.

Jack Gully has sent ns the following:— Sir— One of them there sort of chaps wot wends that ’ere sort of grub called how-wow mu ton—l mean them ere coveys called piemen, what calls out “hot, all hot,” and stands puffing on their puffs at all the postesses in this here cityfixed t
13 July 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OIVDITS.

OIVDITS.

Pnoxirs. dit, that Earl Grey has in his pocket, ready to produce on occasion, fifty-six proxies; and that the other hand, there are nearly seventy the disposal of a ducal ex-premier. The administration has lost two votes by the demise of the Earl of Pumfret and Lord King; and th
13 July 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MOST MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT.

MOST MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT.

Captain Weblwr A.D.C. to General Sir H. Vyvyan, the Commander of the Forres, was killed on Monday in the Phoenix Park. The death Captain Webber was caused by the horse on which he was riding being terrified bv the noise of job roach driven rapidly along the road. The horse, whic
13 July 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

Arran.Quay James Hickey, a letter-carrier belonging the General Post-Office, was charged with having stolen a military cloak, on Monday n ghr, from the house Captain Webber, with whose melancholy death onrreaders are this day made acquainted. At the time of removing the body fro
13 July 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RURAL AFFAIRS.

RURAL AFFAIRS.

The Weather—The Crops —Very heavy rain set here Saturday evening and continued without intermission for about 22 hours ; it caused all the neighbouring brooks to overflow their banks. In the neighbourhood of there is a large tract of flat meadowing, through which the Munster riv
13 July 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DROGHEDA ASSIZES.

DROGHEDA ASSIZES.

On Monday, at half-past one o'clock, the Right Hon. the Chief Justice arrived from Dublin, and was leceived by guard of honor of the 9!)lh. Soon a'ter two o’clock Ins l.ordship entered the Crown Court, and after the Commission the following Grand Jury were sworn Francis Anderson
13 July 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRESBYTERIAN (SECESSION) SYNOD OF

PRESBYTERIAN (SECESSION) SYNOD OF

IRELAND. The anniul meeting of the Secession Synod was opened at Coleraine, on Tuesday last, by excellent sermon from the late Moderator (Rev. Mr. Reid), who preached from Acts xx. 2±. After sermon, the Rev. Mr. Lowry was chosen Moderator for the ensuing year, and the day was sp
13 July 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THETHELLUSON WILL*

THETHELLUSON WILL*

Lord LVNDHURST moved the suspen»ion of two of tile standiiiK orders relative to private bill*, to enable him to in. troduce the bill authorising the trustees under the will of the late Mr. Tbellusion, to grant leases of the The motion was opposed hy Lord Wvnfoiid, the Earl Eldon
13 July 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
hank chaktkr

hank chaktkr

The hank charter bill whs read first time, and ordered be read second time on the July. FACTORIES* DILL. 0.1 the order of the day being read, for the bouse resolving itself into committee on the regulation bill, Lord Altiiorp proposed amendment that the bill be referred to a '•e
13 July 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland