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IMOYItWI £f Co,

IMOYItWI £f Co,

£f Co, HAVE just arrived from their Manufacturing Tlo: in Hirmipgliu’n, great variety Mortis, Kim Jiall-door Locks; case-haidened Fire Irons; Uoor-porte Sheet Brass and Brass Wire; ornamented ascending • descending Hot Air Stoves —Metal Ovens and l>.iu Ranges, on the most simple
13 February 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
99\MATM2i9,

99\MATM2i9,

A PERSON qualified to fill thysituntioni of Pan Clerk and School Matter, in tlfr Pariah Kilnam nagb. Respectable references w« hnequired both character and-eomperimey. may known on application (if tetujr Post paid.) to 1 Rer. George Jones, Glebe, Oulart. Kiluemanagh Glebe,-Bth Fe
13 February 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
6EX>ECTZSI> POETRTT*

6EX>ECTZSI> POETRTT*

TO THE YEAR. 1832. From Blackwood'* Edinburgh Magazine. Thou art gone to the past, wivkeJ year, Dark period of trouble and dread ! Tlia cum- of nation has stamped thy career, Thou hast left W, in tumult in shame, and m fear; Her anathema rests on thy head ; hen begone to the pas
13 February 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHOLERA

THE CHOLERA

We arc sorry to say that Cholera has made its appearance within the -last ten days at Ahane, in East liberty within five miles Limerick, where it have been very fatal, as out thirty cases there have been twenty five deaths, and sudden and rapid was its progress, that the Board o
13 February 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE AT UK ROYAL.

THE AT UK ROYAL.

THE AT ROYAL. ORAND DRAMATIC FESTIVAL- { 1 the immedi tte pitroniige Lieutenant-Colonel ArbuXMn, and the Officer, ot the Light Infantry.
01 February 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
tmiaut* Thu* b« (Mr. O'Camial)) p*re«s»ed honorable id ember that great quality evinced, perfect added the other high qualitiee which

tmiaut* Thu* b« (Mr. O'Camial)) p*re«s»ed honorable id ember that great quality evinced, perfect added the other high qualitiee which

bepoaacaa ad. There wa* a eonaiderable degree dtacta in both the gentlemen, and the question warn, whether a reformed Home Common* bare a reformer a Tory for it* Sneaker (Rem. hear, bear) He bad thought that the great advantage of the reform bill wa* pat down in England; far if
01 February 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIKTHS.

BIKTHS.

In Dorset-street, the lady George R. M'Grath, Efq., of a daughter. Al Clonmel, Mrs. John Strene, of son. At Fairvieve, Castlcdawjon, the lady of J. Henry, Esq., daughter. The lady of the Rev. A. Carey, of Derry, of a son. In Deny, the lady of Andrew Hamilton, Esq., M.D., of daug
01 February 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Clomlalkin Church, Lietuenaut Stockley, Bombay Army, to Maria, daughter George Watts, Esq., Jockey Hall, county Kildare. Adam Loftns Fox, Esq., of Foxmount, county Waterford, eldest son of Win. Fox, Esq., to Jane .Matilda, eldest daughter of James ATCutsheon, Esq., Longford. At
01 February 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HARMONIC, GLKB, axd CATCHET CLUB, AT BOMB'S BOTBL. F.VERY EVENING, FROM TRL.II O’CLOCK. GEN I'LKMEN who are partial to th«^J*oy

HARMONIC, GLKB, axd CATCHET CLUB, AT BOMB'S BOTBL. F.VERY EVENING, FROM TRL.II O’CLOCK. GEN I'LKMEN who are partial to th«^J*oy

moil* of«nterttinment will be much (/ratified on vUitilJ roi» Performance. The Club some of the first-rate talent in this City. The celebrated young Harper will also perform, between the Glees, &c., his favorite NATIONAL AIRS ON THE IRISH HARP. Usher’s-quay, January, 18S3. ROOM
01 February 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH VOLUNTEERS. Yeelerda* there tree meeting of the members of the Volunteer Society held at the Cora Exchange, JOHN GANNON

IRISH VOLUNTEERS. Yeelerda* there tree meeting of the members of the Volunteer Society held at the Cora Exchange, JOHN GANNON

Em| , fat the Chair, blr. Power mated he had ipcetred 11. 10«. from the actire secretary of Tnhrld and Whltechnrch rinee yesterday. In that district of the the people were determined upon petitioninr against Lord Grey’s measures for Ireland. Mr. J. 8. Close proceeded to address
20 February 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland