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TO EM¥€H«AATTS.

TO EM¥€H«AATTS.

TO EM¥€H«AA TS. American and European Land Agency. THIS COMPANY has been formed for the purpose of affording, to Persons cmitfratinpr to America, fa. cilities of ascertaining, previous to leaving this country, the different locations in which desirable Properties, improved and un
28 February 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FASHION AND TAULE TALK.

FASHION AND TAULE TALK.

Their Majesties arrived at the Palace at Sf. James’s, about half.past (our o’clock on Thursday afternoon, in carriage and four, from the Palace at Urighlon. The Karls of Albe. marie and Errol, were waiting the Palace to receive the King and Queen. His Majesty held a l.vce on Fr.
28 February 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SAILED.

SAILED.

February —Toward Cattle, Stewart. Glasgow, general cargo; Eclipae, Ru«*ell, Glasgow, general cargo; Hibernia, William*, liverpool, neral cargo; Kexie, Law, jiotatoe*. 25—Emerjl«l hie, Shackson, London, general cargo Ellen Clare, Robert*. London, general cargo; Ann, White. London
28 February 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BA.NTRY QUARTER SESSIONS—TITHES.

BA.NTRY QUARTER SESSIONS—TITHES.

At these Sessions, which have just terminated, and at which Erclcs Cuthhcrt, Esq., presided as Assistant-Barrister, over 1,200 persons were decreed for non payment of tithes due to the Incumbents of Creagh, Dryshane, Clondrohid, &r., under the new Clergy Relief Bill. The proceed
28 February 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENNIS ASSIZES.—Monday, Ff.b. 25.

ENNIS ASSIZES.—Monday, Ff.b. 25.

ENNIS ASSIZES.— Monday, Ff.b. 25. Judge Jkdb opened the Commission this morning. Grand Jury. —Crofton Moore Vantlelcur, Euq., late High Sheriff, Foreman ; Lieutenant-General Sir A. Fitzgerald, Bt.; Sir Hugh D. Massy, Bart.; Lucius O’Brien,Thomas Browne, Corneliua O’Brien, M.P., A
28 February 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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A BAZAAR WILL be held the Rotunda, early in May, for the Benefit of the HOUSE OF REFUGE, Stanhope•treet, containing

A BAZAAR WILL be held the Rotunda, early in May, for the Benefit of the HOUSE OF REFUGE, Stanhope•treet, containing

Fitty of excellent character, who are trained habits or Vißne and Induatry, under the care of the Keliiginus Sisters Chaaty. The Governesses of the HoJm of Refuge are most grateful to fhoae benevolent Ladies why^v.oiled them their kind ro-o|ieration, by supplying the Bazaar last
28 February 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. STEELE IN KILKENNY.

MR. STEELE IN KILKENNY.

From Report of the proceedings of meeting held at the Black Abbey, Kilkenny, on Sunday last, furnished by the Moderator of yesterday, we take the following extract from a speech delivered by Mr. Steele. The meeting was composed principally of the lower classes,and should be glad
28 February 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
auctions.

auctions.

AUCTIOI? TKlNllVu SUGARS. LARGE. ADAMS, will offer for SALE. \,J AUCTION, Buildinga. on TUESDAY neat, the sth ntAlarch. at One o’clock,— 50 Hhdt. TRINID/fP SUGARS, of bright and middling qualities. Terms at sale. Lapp’s-Island, Feb. 28.
28 February 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
• i'EECII TO M.P. Mv name U Rums—in tbe county Meath Mv father fed hi* flock*, a frugal swain. Whose

• i'EECII TO M.P. Mv name U Rums—in tbe county Meath Mv father fed hi* flock*, a frugal swain. Whose

constant care wa* to increase his store. And teach hi* daring son myself the mode; For I had heard of highways, and 1 longed To follow to the deed some daring plan. And heaven soon granted what wredesigned. The fair, which held March in Galway's field. Was not yet filled with ho
28 February 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
and he would thus have the management of the whole concern. would then employ his own labourers—he would pay them

and he would thus have the management of the whole concern. would then employ his own labourers—he would pay them

out the funds levied upon this county, & by these means would enable them to him out of the salary they thus received from the county at large rent which depended not upon the profits of the holding itself, hut the amount of the money he was enabled to procure them on account of
28 February 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland