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25 December 1831 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GALWAY—DIXF.MUtR 17.

GALWAY—DIXF.MUtR 17.

Wheat, new, fid. to 1 us, 9d. per cwt. ; old ditto, 6s. per ditto; barley Ids. fid. to Us. fid. per barrel new oats 7}d. to rid. per stone; old ditto, to lus.; oatmeal 1 Is. to Us. per ewt.; flour, Ist, Ifis. sd. to 17s. per cwt.; 2d, 15s. to IBs. per ditto ; 3d, 1 is. to 11s. f
25 December 1831 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KEWRY—DECEMBER 22

KEWRY—DECEMBER 22

KEWRY —DECEMBER 22 Oatmeal 1 is. to I Is. <Jd. per cwt.; white wheat, new, 1-25. to Us. per ditto; red ditto, Ils. 6ri. to 12s. per ditto; barley 7s. pd. to e». per ditto; oats, new, !)d. toiled, perstonc. BIRTHS. Dec. 19, In Pcter-place, the lady of the Rev. W. N. Manley, of aso
25 December 1831 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FACTORIES BILL

FACTORIES BILL

On the motion of Lord ALTHORP the llonso resolved into Committee on the Factories’ Regulation Bill; Mr. Bernal in the Chair. Lord ALTHORP said was now proposed that the labor of children in factories, under thirteen years of age, should limited to eight hours instead of ten hour
13 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANK CHARTER BILL.

BANK CHARTER BILL.

The order of the day for the committal of this bill being read— Mr. GISBORNE moved That the House resolve itself into the said Committee on this day six months." The Hon. Member then read several parts of the evidence given before the Bank Committee, for the purpose of shewing t
13 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MILITIA

THE MILITIA

Lord Fitzgerald and Vesey, Colonel Commanding the Clare Regiment of Militia, inspected the Staff of that Corps, a few days since at Ennis. He expressed his high gratification at their clean and soldierlike appearance, and also congratulated the non-commissioned officers and drum
13 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEN AND MANNERS IN AMERICA

MEN AND MANNERS IN AMERICA

The author of does not seem to greatly enraptured with the boasted freedom the Republican form of government. He makes it sufficiently obvious that, although slavery is nominally abolished throughout th« Union, yet that people of color are subjected to the most vexatious and hum
13 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

A Critic'' will find, by perusing thcittb chapter of Hume's History of England, that Mr. O'St'LMVAN is correct in his statement that Ireland had connection with Rome before the reign of Henry the Second. He will further find that then Pope, Adrian the Third, an Englishman birth,
13 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VARIETIES.—(From the Age.)

VARIETIES.—(From the Age.)

VARIETIES. (From the Age.) Fish Story. —Gobemouche of the Globe has been particularly great this week. A short time ago he had account of child found in a cod —he now tells us story of a fish with four legs, which got into a boat, and ran after tile fishermen, who were obliged to
13 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

August 6, at Dawlish, Devon, Isabella, the infant daughter of George Robinson, Esq., of Blessington street, Dublin. August 7, suddenly, from the rupture of bloodvessel, Mary, daughter of James Fleming, Esq., Boardstown, county of Westmeath. August 8, at the residence of her elde
13 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland