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SEVERE GALES AND SHIPWRECKS.

SEVERE GALES AND SHIPWRECKS.

The late tempestuous weather lhas, ny toe accounts re- ceived this mo'niug at Lloyd's, been productive of great dama,,e to the shipping. Some of tile oldest members of that establishment say that the books of this morning are without a precedent, up to the present hour there bei
26 February 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
me KERRY EVLSJSi. PO&T.

me KERRY EVLSJSi. PO&T.

KERRY EVLSJSi. PO&T. ->utv' "Dowh with the Priests and the agitators,” throwing them aside like lumber. He was Sure,, however, that MinisteYs intended well this Occasion-. At the same time it seemed be Considered necessary to conciliate one party- while they toeiced the other.—(H
23 February 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
LET, ON A FREEHOLD LEASE, the House and mesne of WESTFIELD. The conodns t* very good Sitting, ond four Bed

LET, ON A FREEHOLD LEASE, the House and mesne of WESTFIELD. The conodns t* very good Sitting, ond four Bed

Roomy'wifh l\vo Closets—also entire Basement Stort; containing to en, &c. There a good walled-in Garden,with abundance i Turf-bog on the Premises. The from the 1 very delightful, commanding the Cape atni a number/ltf Islands. The Crook haven road runs the Market and Post Town of
23 February 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PltlCß SIX PENCE.

PltlCß SIX PENCE.

SIX PENCE. open place* in cite neighbourhood of grot towns for theheMltliful exercise of the population. To *how the condition of the population of the country former periods and at the presen. time, should read some abstracts fiom thepopulation retumst These would prove that dur
26 February 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THANKS.

THANKS.

The Rev R. O'Cullaghan gratefully acknowledges the following for the widow whose roof wa* blown down:—A Gcntlvman, £1 : a Lady, As; another Lady, ‘in. 6d.
26 February 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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THANKS, The Governors of the Mouse of Industry rctorn grateful thanks to C. H. for a donation of Three Pounds,

THANKS, The Governors of the Mouse of Industry rctorn grateful thanks to C. H. for a donation of Three Pounds,

and to a jury (by Sheriff Hardy) for fid
28 February 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
habrieu

habrieu

At Doneraile, by the Rer. FrancU Stawcll, Hugh De La Coor, Eaq. aonof Robert La Cour, of Bcaaforest, Eeq. to Catherine, daughter of the late George , < *a«eil, of Crobejr. Eaq. On the inatant, George'* Church, Dublin, the Ree. R. Jelly, Thomas W. Lloyd, E*q., Royal Irish Dragoon
28 February 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CASTLEBAR PETIT SESSIONS.

CASTLEBAR PETIT SESSIONS.

The Magistrates in attendance on Saturday last were Sir Samii el O’Malley, Bart., Lewis O’Don el, and Palmer Bourke, Eaqrs. The only eases of interest were those of the CburchvWardens of Castlebar, against several persons for Church Cess, the decision the Magistrates upoo which
25 February 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
—ManniED.—

—ManniED.—

By special licciue, tjt. Thorau's Chnrch. Dublin, by the Rev. Meade Dennis, Charles Kochfprt, K»q. son of the late Guslavus Uochfort, Ksq. for many years Representative of the County of Hannah Tynt, , Idest daughter of Colonel Pratt, of Shra Castle, epunty Cavan. On Tuesday, the
23 February 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
POETRY. OPENING Trt 12 ASSE.MItLV, Fkb. IH:U (Prow nr!!'* Life in I-ont!un.l i.r.*ni' rs'. »•. V-ir opci'hi? tU* .state ;

POETRY. OPENING Trt 12 ASSE.MItLV, Fkb. IH:U (Prow nr!!'* Life in I-ont!un.l i.r.*ni' rs'. »•. V-ir opci'hi? tU* .state ;

after .v<-'v ♦ > an«l !*"' i •* .r ie’..: U^e, t ii*:-re • train Aim) Saffron hill M.v.'- f.'ll lustre. There never asscmWe <•; ••'•ister j Tnechaiii'"',nn\va«l*f , .l and unshod, And of Kn»,7uts of the Hod* IheeiM entrance cheered— Tom Cribh in new **uSl of appeared ; tn g*rnt,
23 February 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland