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BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BELFAST NE1079-LETTER. BELFAST-TUESDAY, MARCH 5. PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES-COERCIVE MEASURE. Timiaproposed measure for the suppression of distur- bances in Ireland has been met, as we expected, with a vi- gorous resistance at its introduction into the -Commons on Wednesday. The debat
05 March 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1833.

DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1833.

- I ournat.1; VZ'br gramall"Ot-:0 ?? ? ?? ?? DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, MARRCH6, 1833. BELGIUM AND HOLLAND. It appears that the King of Holland, in obedience to the indignant remonstrances of all the merchants of Europe, hss abandoned his threatened levy of a new and vexatious toll on ve
06 March 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

IITY ?? knownl.- I 1: ~ The fullosping is one only of innumerable instances of the miserable-constquence6 resulting from a devrotive t play .- As a lesson to bhose nosehooled in themelaneholy vicis itudes of life, it may prove useful, and we direot the attewnion of youth in part
02 March 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
m,mmtj Jfoei BAKCK «, isaa. Su.sca.mo 11,. 6</. Z^^.L^7

m,mmtj Jfoei BAKCK «, isaa. Su.sca.mo 11,. 6</. Z^^.L^7

«, isaa. .sca.mo 11,. 6< /. Z^^.L^7 701. lix.j whiteboys or whitefeet were Connected with political objects. It had been stated that the young officers rfflo might become members of Courts-Martial would be liable »o lie influenced in their judgments. No ohe better than knew the s
06 March 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ICiiilßV EVENING POST

THE ICiiilßV EVENING POST

say that iiothinj exclusive in its constitution. ex<&*f pjjkiuive.and ohjectidmhle individuals* \ * . * • The .individuals in question > may continue to vilify $£ aristocracy and gentry the country, when suits their purposes—but they will find ibat.Hiose gentlemen who dh not’ de
02 March 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 

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J.j SALE. IRISHMAN, got lehrated irishman. Dam by Mr. -Dtanumd.eauiifol flocse| wul lie aeea oa ikiiKfc&oii, 4b«f;ihe-<cßnn»feil»d celled. Apuly “to

J.j SALE. IRISHMAN, got lehrated irishman. Dam by Mr. -Dtanumd.eauiifol flocse| wul lie aeea oa ikiiKfc&oii, 4b«f;ihe-<cßnn»feil»d celled. Apuly “to

Oliverr'‘Stokes, Esq. ••*■■■■ - Tralee. March^.
02 March 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
POLAND.

POLAND.

Mr. HILL presented petition from Kingston-upon-Hull, praying the bouse to present an bumble address to his Majesty, imploring him to enter into an immediate negotiation with France and the other Powers of Europe, who were not parties the dismemberment of Poland, with a view to r
05 March 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE r, INSTITUTION: CORK. ADVERTISER FOUNDLING- HOSPITAL, CORK. WANTED by tlie GOVEICCORS, a SCHOOLMASTER, cuTwiWeof the READING. WRITING, ARITHMETIC and

THE r, INSTITUTION: CORK. ADVERTISER FOUNDLING- HOSPITAL, CORK. WANTED by tlie GOVEICCORS, a SCHOOLMASTER, cuTwiWeof the READING. WRITING, ARITHMETIC and

BOOKKEEPING. must be a Member of the Established Church, and accustomed Co instruct Children in the principles of their Reliction. The strongest Testimonials to Character and. Competency will be required. Salary, Fifty Pounds per >Umuin. Candidates are to attend at the WEDNESDA
02 March 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
nreliendeJ alio alipulationa which the neutrality of Belgium was be recognised by the Dutch Government, and a formal armistice agreed

nreliendeJ alio alipulationa which the neutrality of Belgium was be recognised by the Dutch Government, and a formal armistice agreed

upon between the two parties—stipulations which the undersigned thought proper to insert, order to prevent all possibility of a renewal of hostilities. Baron Van Zuylen then declared, that he could not accept this proposal. . „ At the same time that the undersigned delivered to
02 March 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Native .Comml.-sioned Officers of all brandies of Service .... 1.659 —„—Non-com. Officers and Privates 72,047 —*—Oidnance Olivers . . I 774

Native .Comml.-sioned Officers of all brandies of Service .... 1.659 —„—Non-com. Officers and Privates 72,047 —*—Oidnance Olivers . . I 774

Native .Comml.-sioned Officers of all brandies of Service .... 1.659 —Non-com. Officers and Privates 72,047 —Oidnance Olivers . . I 774 Total fighting men BOMBAY His Majesty's Troops. 4tl Fo> . . 91,081 2d Queen's Royals, Bombay 6tb ditto, ditto, Puonah Company' Ist Light Cav.[Na
02 March 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland