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“ SPONTANEOUS” REMARKS.

“ SPONTANEOUS” REMARKS.

SPONTANEOUS” REMARKS. , London min'wterial paper (the Globe), in promising some remarks on Mr. O'Connell’s call for Repeal petitions, thinks it necessary to intimate that they will We may possibly,'* he says, deliver few spontaneous remarks on this subject on Monday.” We certainl
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TITHKSvt-REPEAL of the union.

TITHKSvt-REPEAL of the union.

On Sunday, th« 29th instant, there nas a very numerous and respectable meeting of inhabitants of the Union of Swords, at which several excellent resolutions were adopted, and petitions for repeal of the Legislative Union and- abolition tkhes agreed to. On both subjects the great
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MURDER BY A BROTHER.

MURDER BY A BROTHER.

On Saturday a man named John Lawless came to his house In Marshall-lane. He was at the time in a state intoxication, and brought two of his com|>amons along with Imn. His brother, Peter. Lawless, who was in bed, insisted that the two strangers should not come into the house. A d
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THF. LATE STORM.

THF. LATE STORM.

The canrl bauLs on the Upper Shannon are hnrct in several places, and the surroundinfrcounliy is deluged with water The country mills ure unable to work for three weeks past, so great is the accumulation of water, raised by high tides and excessive tains to an overwhelming heigh
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

Brighton, Dec. 27—Hi* Majesty looks extremely and the systematic regularity or bis habits contributes in small degree to the preservation of naturally good constitution. The Queen was not in public yesterday, but her Majesty attended divine service on the previous evening at St
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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ATROCIOUS COMBINATION OUTRAGE.

ATROCIOUS COMBINATION OUTRAGE.

A most atrocious assault was committed on Tuesday last, by some of the members of this nefarious syatpni, on Mr. Keane, of the bouse of Keane and Turnbull, merchant tailors.— About six o’clock on the evening of (he day named, Mr. Keane was proceeding to his house at BlacWocfc to
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PIER HEAD—DUBLIN. EVENING TIDE—Dec. 29. ARIUVKD r»<‘M I^ondon SAILED FUR Isabella, ffrain, the Fourth steamer, and paHsen*ri s, Liverpool Wind—W.

PIER HEAD—DUBLIN. EVENING TIDE—Dec. 29. ARIUVKD r»<‘M I^ondon SAILED FUR Isabella, ffrain, the Fourth steamer, and paHsen*ri s, Liverpool Wind—W.

Thtmra steamer, goods and passengers. MORNING TIDE— Dec. 30. Ariel, general cargo, Killaroeyigeaetal cargo. Three vessels with malt. Sailed—Norw. Wind—W. ARRIVED FROM Loinlnu Bi istol
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FAMILY

FAMILY

THE MESSRS. RUBY AND LEWEY JOURDAIN, SUIt G BON'D KNTISTS, FROM GERMANY, Who hive take* up their Residence permanently at NO. tl, UTZWII.tIAM-hQUAIUi. SOUTH SIDE, DUBLIN, BEis leave most respectfully to invite the aiteutiou the Nubility, Gentry, and the Public, tbeir lung-t|ied,
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
W. O’CALLAGHAN and Sons beg leave to inform their Fitanda and the Public, that in addition to the daily, they

W. O’CALLAGHAN and Sons beg leave to inform their Fitanda and the Public, that in addition to the daily, they

have their Evening School for the winter season, open, in which damn every department of Literature are-anwaged. Gentlemen, whose avocations preclude the possibility of their attending to their daily academy, have thus an opportunity presented of improving themselves in every br
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MENDICITY INSTITUTION,

MENDICITY INSTITUTION,

usher’s island. REPORT for the Week ending the 21st of December, 183S Spinners, Nurses, Stone Breakers, Oakum Pickers, Infirm, Bruising Oats sent to the Institution, Employed in various ways. Sick visited at their own homes, Children receiving Education, Ditto too young .for Ins
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland