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PROTESTANT LIBERALITY

PROTESTANT LIBERALITY

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN RKror,,- Rowhill, Nov . ' DtA» Sir Having ,e K i„,l . l „„ flom r^lriiow| ls «- of Tr.bolgan, .. th.. pariah, concerning , co,„,„„ „ u , limine, built \<y contiguoua to Traholgan f„ '““' of giving to the poor of that neighbourhood a’1,,,.. P"rpo, ed
23 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THli SOUTHERN REPORTER, AND CORK COMMERCIALCOUMER.

THli SOUTHERN REPORTER, AND CORK COMMERCIALCOUMER.

SOUTHERN REPORTER, AND CORK COMMERCIALCOUMER. are celSeil government,” but the debt alone is •< natiunal,” (iouoiter). Mr. O'Connell then entered statement show the injustice done to Ireland respecting debt. At the period.? the Union, it appeared owed 420 millions, and Ireland ow
23 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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23 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAYOiy compliance with a Resolution Coprt* of Oyer Hundred, requests a E of TE PAYERS of this City, and

THE MAYOiy compliance with a Resolution Coprt* of Oyer Hundred, requests a E of TE PAYERS of this City, and

his Fellow GjjfizensaClarge, on MONDAY next, at Twelve o’clock, atAhe OftylCourt House, in order nominate Committee, of the Court of Hundred, for purpose of endeavouring to make arrangements respecting me supply Pipe Water for this City, equitable to all parties, and beneficial
23 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
William M'Donald Sw'eui) to tie Vulumeen of Nani' Ciieular-rimd* 261h February. 183- i. "m, M DUN ALU Jilted that tko

William M'Donald Sw'eui) to tie Vulumeen of Nani' Ciieular-rimd* 261h February. 183- i. "m, M DUN ALU Jilted that tko

severi'y of the feeatber tented the onlUotors fx/m going out, and several persons frit-n ■ ttendiep their Sundry tmetin*. The Volunlceri in h,j diutici bid •001 forward peli.ioo. for repeat of the 1-,„um and the abolition of lithe., to the HuUJ. of Lords. The petition ini. tried
27 February 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
diets. Resolutions from the two to upon this subject, and nothing could tro e satisfactory, clear, and explicit, than the

diets. Resolutions from the two to upon this subject, and nothing could tro e satisfactory, clear, and explicit, than the

wc-rd made c-f in those resolu*iont; if any man looks ionary «’-H 6nl second int**rpT«iaiion for it. (Hear, hear And ytl tee were, it seems, to learn the ministry, th-l * 4 abolition” means a pe*p -tualion, and that extinction o litbes” their the point of the bayunt t. Nulwithsl
27 February 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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10 r COUNIY AND CITY tIF DUBLIN CHOLERA ORPHAN SOCIETY, iVu. a, Y UHK-S T IiJC £T. Under the Special Patronage of his Grace the .Most Rev Dr. Mcrrat, and the Right Rev. Dr. Kinskli a. Tlia Very Rev. Dr. max, and the Rev. Geu Whit*- frinr->treef, (•uardums. J. *M‘Ca rtht, E>q., Co
27 February 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. DOORMAN —QUKKN*S COUNTY REGISTRY.

MR. DOORMAN —QUKKN*S COUNTY REGISTRY.

letter signed •• ieeo*s County Fieebolder," was published in last number, which did not read «as puhli.lud in nsequence of being obl to •* the C n Court, to answer a al’eged libel the part of the Crown. notice this, because •etier contained, as coooiive. imputations a iiroft-'si
27 February 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

Tms Qdssm's Bistsdat— This btiog the d-y to com obcid orau her M»jtj*iy’* binbdaj, the waa ushered the ringing ©f merry pea) at the d.&rent churches. At little after itn tbc bands of the foot guards orartbed on parade with a division of each the rrgimentt* commanded by Lord Salt
27 February 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTRAORDINARY ACTION FOR LIBEL.

EXTRAORDINARY ACTION FOR LIBEL.

the Court of Exchequer, London, on Saturday, Mr. Dicas, an attorney, sought recover damages for certain libels against him which appeared in the Saliritt* The action was comprehensive character, and appeared based oo entirely new prtnc pie—one which, if permitted to obtain, migh
27 February 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland