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THE HEALTH OF LONDON.

THE HEALTH OF LONDON.

THE HEALTH LONDON. Between seventy and eighty of the persons connected with the Bank of England were on Monday reported absent in consequence of some disorder, apparently atmospherical; and we learn that there scarcely an establishment, either East or West, which some of those em
20 April 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ACCIDENTS. OFFENCES, &c.

ACCIDENTS. OFFENCES, &c.

A man named M*Dermott was committed to prison on Monday, charged with bigamy,” and stealing an ass.*’ Botukeing Exciseman. —Monday, countryman was passing through Castle-s>reet, with a three-gallon jar, when he observed three excisemen watching him, and pretending to slip, the j
20 April 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN MARKETS.

THE DUBLIN MARKETS.

Sugar—At the aueiioo ol on Tuesday all that was offered for tale changed bauds full p'ices ; since which day eery little business wea transacted, buyers holding out of the ma'ket in con*eq u-nco of the rjd arrtesl of the e spec ted cargoes from the West Irdirt. Tallow—TtU anicla
22 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW REFORM

LAW REFORM

The Lord to bring forward some new measuics law reform early in the new parliament.
05 January 1833 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
CHURCH REFORM

CHURCH REFORM

We have been told, and think with some show- of reason, as are sure it is with a certainty of authority, that the greatest personage in these realms has conscientious misgivings os to the lengths to which he ought to with respect to church reform. We believe we do not inlrirge o
20 April 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
communicalions'with Mr. Diukson, at his (Dicksou’s) own house often went to consult him about his election affairs ; but always

communicalions'with Mr. Diukson, at his (Dicksou’s) own house often went to consult him about his election affairs ; but always

had very little opinion of his abilities. (Loud laughter.) Handed paper he thinks is not Mr. Parsons’ hand writing. Mr. Cromwell Price sworn, and examined by Mr. Worrall—Was solicitor to Mr. Dickson in 18.50. Believes Mr. Parsons was employed to print jobs for Mr. Dickson at the
20 April 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
.• County Clare, Xllv«rti»Ml to be Set, f» the Minority of »aid Minor, Francis M'Nanisra Calcut, is further wlioumetl Monday,

.• County Clare, Xllv«rti»Ml to be Set, f» the Minority of »aid Minor, Francis M'Nanisra Calcut, is further wlioumetl Monday,

the 14th day of January near, at the hour One o’clock the Afternoon, at my Chamber*, bn the ®ublin. bated 18fe day December. Tho Lands have been preserved since Khe*iih of March -7 last, end thc'Hbuse put into thorough repair. The tenant will be required enter into the usual sec
10 January 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNDS.—London, Thursday, Jan. I.

THE FUNDS.—London, Thursday, Jan. I.

THE FUNDS.— London, Thursday, Jan. I. The Consol Market has been comparatively calm :his morning, ami fur the Account the quotation is 88. Exchequer Bills do not maintain the extreme advance of the last few days, tjpe premium being 48, and India Bonds have receded :t6 premium. Th
10 January 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS DA Vi

THIS DA Vi

Mr. J. N. Collins was this day tried and found guilty of obstructing the Lord Mayor in the execution bis duty in Smithfield. . Upon the application of .the Ix>rd Mayor, Mr. Collins was allowed to depart on entering into recognizances, himself in iOl. and two sureties in 25/. to
10 January 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

It is rumoured that the Royal Hunt will cease with the present season. This teems probable, as tbe Noble Master has rendered it sinecure, inasmuch h« has not visited them since July last; whereas, formerly, lived iu the neighbour hood. —Brlft Life in London. The entries for the
10 January 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland