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LORD BROUGHAM.

LORD BROUGHAM.

LORD BIROUGHAM. In approaching the subject of the life of this most dis- tinguished individual, the vastness of the material thatcoui- poses it must strike every biographer. He must see that, like the Egyptian architect, he has to deal with masses suf- ficient, individually, -for
15 January 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW BARRISTERS.

NEW BARRISTERS.

The following gentlemen were called to the Bar on Friday :- Win. Gillilan Johnson, Esq. youngest son of Win. John_ ion, of Fortfield, in the county of Antrim, Esq. Chas. Tottenham, Esq. eldest son of H. L. Tottenlian, late of Macrnurrough, county Wexford, Esq. deceased. I Oliver
15 January 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOOKOUT.

LOOKOUT.

(From the Charnel AJ*trli*r.) On Monday four armed men, Whilefeet, not the lead entered tb* bouae of T. Ijeabjr, cnmlortable farmer, near Ixjn-ford Pus, and iwtnntly commanded him to deliver to them hie arms.' In rain comphuncd that he had no such weapon* in his buose the rnlfia
18 January 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
UE LET, FOR » U D I G. Elrvm Acre* of lie Lead of jlm. /a Divitimu of From half,

UE LET, FOR » U D I G. Elrvm Acre* of lie Lead of jlm. /a Divitimu of From half,

ao- acre to two acres. Application to made to James Wood, Ksq.> Fiuiskiio.
18 January 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

PNivate letters from liabon. of the 9th instant state, that the Carrom steamer was despatched sud- I denly, and that a French brig of war, entering the Tg-us, was fired upon by the Castle. Don Miguel was expected from the army. INTELLIGENCE FROM OPORTO. Ororoo, JAt. 6.-Events su
21 January 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

TH E FASHIONABLE WokLD. a A ARBIryF CSRONICI.E AMD ABSTRACT 01T n TIMs,." Of_ FASUIONASLE ARRIVALS ix LONiDOY.-The Marquis f Co ngham. Sir Benyon de Beauvoir, ?? Earl of Kilmre, he Lord Newry, the Hon. Msjor-General and Mrs, King ed DEPARtIrRes.-The Duke of Roxburgh and COIOD I s
21 January 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH TOBACCO.

IRISH TOBACCO.

JOHN JOSEPH have sale few Tons the above, of very flue quality, which well worth the attention of the trade. St. Andrew-«treet, January 14, 1833. » TO BE LET, HOUSE in the and WINE TRADE, now fail work, with License paid. This House is In one of the beat sitaa isun Dublin, tnd w
21 January 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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15 January 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF DI D LIN

GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF DI D LIN

GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY DI LIN A COURSE Lectures on Oeology, will Ik delivered in the Rooms of the Geological Society, 37, Upper Sackvilie-street, Mr. W. Ainsworth, commencing on WEDNESDAY, the instant,at a quarter past Three o’Clock. These Lectures will comprise the Outlines of Physi
17 January 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
> & % * . * PUBLIC DINNER TO THE MESSRS. WILLIAM 4 the religious history of the work! replete

> & % * . * PUBLIC DINNER TO THE MESSRS. WILLIAM 4 the religious history of the work! replete

with eviden- UOCHE AND DAVID ROCHE, BEPRESENTAs the demoralizing tendency of wealth. _J#eed I refer 'X'XVES IN PARLIAMENT FOR LIMERICK. ' you to the other grierances which require redress. The voice (Abridged from the Limerick Herald. J ' of the people of Ireland, speaking throu
17 January 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland