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LIFE OF DR. ADAM CLARKE.

LIFE OF DR. ADAM CLARKE.

LIFEAOF DR. ADAM CLARKE. ,WE had nAr~S for quotation a variety of passages from lie ilttc estir/a~count of the Life of Dr. A. Clarke, writ. and which we briefly noticed in our last lnum~~r.t A pressure of other matter, however, compels u s tq take for the present only the followi
05 February 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
iUdfo C*swjsttfwtiiow^

iUdfo C*swjsttfwtiiow^

C*swjsttfwtiiow^ Vol. XXIV.
04 February 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL COUNCIL,

THE NATIONAL COUNCIL,

After the National (’ouncil bail closed their sittings before the public they resolved themselves into a committee of the whole House upon the vitally important question of living in London. P. Lalor M. P. in the Chair. This worthy member on taking the seat assign* cdhim. explai
04 February 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—Tuesday.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Tuesday.

HOUSE OF COMMONS— Tuesday. Although two o'clock was the hour appointed liy the Lord Chancellor for the opening of the commission, great number of new members arrived at much earlier hour, and took their seats in tho usual form, by pasting slips of paper with their names on the ha
04 February 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
•• EXCLUSIVE DEALING.”

•• EXCLUSIVE DEALING.”

is unnecessary for use many arguments to enforce the truth of position, that no man's character if when slander becomes trade and railing a cSunmodity.—When men may got a living defaming others, and earn despicable livelihood upon the credit of any one that ha* a character tc lo
04 February 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 

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CAPTAIN BACR’b EXPEDITION,

CAPTAIN BACR’b EXPEDITION,

CAPTAIN EXPEDITION, This expedition, to which a personal Interest is alt superior any within our memory, now about Jo leave our shores ; and perform grateful duty, the iN departure, lining brief account before .our reader-. From previous statements in the f.itrrnnj Gazette, •they
04 February 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THK LOUD LIEUTENANT OF IRELAND.

THK LOUD LIEUTENANT OF IRELAND.

THK LOUD LIEUTENANT IRELAND. We believe there is mi doubt Hint the Marquis of Anglesey not to return to IrelnnJ ns Viceroy, but it is not jet known who to his successor. Humour hits ilxed I.nns'lowne, hut have not beard him nnmeil on nny sufttcient nuthorily. Tbe Duke of WelbngUi
07 February 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
-'X_. .7 LITERATURE. THERESA. like most oiler young men, Count Adalbert had relations •who conceited they knew better whnt was

-'X_. .7 LITERATURE. THERESA. like most oiler young men, Count Adalbert had relations •who conceited they knew better whnt was

good lor him than be did himself; and bis uncle—whose experience whs -certainly very efficacious a warning,{and who believed that an error was easier prevented than remedied—on perceiving the young Count’s predilection for the prettiest dancer that •bad ever illuminated the hori
07 February 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
FISHING FOR "CONSERVATIVES."

FISHING FOR "CONSERVATIVES."

FISHING uR -u CUNOSEWVATIVES." , | We (the Northerni Whig) have bean authooried to publish the follow~ing correaposidence. The meshes %1hich these ultra- politician6 spread, for catching Conservative' fry, notunfre- quenty entangle themselese. lt was nothing butt blundering ignor
02 February 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

Tire When* market has felt another deprrsmon—la. K. to 15..4d. perrlooe; Oats, «Jd ejd. per do.; Bariay. prime, beat malting only «d ; Oatmeal, lU6d. perewL; Flour, 325. per bai', firsts ; SBs. seconds—Herrings, 84s. per barrel: Potatoes, 2d. to per atone: Mutton, Sd.tosT; Serf,
06 February 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland