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more particularly that part of it vbich related to the watching the potatoes, &c. and the thou fired both Michael

more particularly that part of it vbich related to the watching the potatoes, &c. and the thou fired both Michael

U‘Aloow and the penoru who were deatroyiag the potatoes. Patrick M‘Cready,Mr. Kabington’s servant boy.—Remember* Owen Boyle, Charles Elliott, and Menelis coming to pay rant ( they all went away together with M'Alooa ; the three were riding; M'Aloon was walking. Serjeant Forbes,
30 March 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF FERMANAGH ASSIZES.

COUNTY OF FERMANAGH ASSIZES.

The Assizes commenced on Thursday, March 7, when the Hon. Justice Moore opened the Commission in the Crown Court Enniskillen, and the following Grand Jury was sworn : Arthur Broolr, Em., Foreman; Edward Archdall, William D’Arcy, Hugh Montgomery, J. C. Hloomfleld. John Irvine, Jo
23 March 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Derry Sentinel of March 53,1833.

Derry Sentinel of March 53,1833.

gard thereto respectively, such Archbishop ami Bishop respectively would have and exercised if the same were not exempt and peculiar, but were subject in all respects to the jurisdiction of such Archbishop or Bishop, &c. 2D. Where benefices united, to be taxed as single benefice
23 March 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
FOR NEW YORK,

FOR NEW YORK,

THE SPLENDID NEW SHIP PEJtaEVERAKCE, Burthen Tons, Captain RUSSELL—To tail Uth April. THE above Vessels are all commanded by men of ability and experience. The days sailing will adhered to near as possible, and should the winds contrary, Steamers will be employed to tow the Ship
23 March 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE FINK MEW COPFEBEE (HIP

THE FINK MEW COPFEBEE (HIP

ROBERT BOWNE, Captain BAKER—To tail on the April. NOW IN PORT, FOR QUEBEC,
23 March 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THURSDAY, MARCH 14.

THURSDAY, MARCH 14.

Lord Aitrorf moved the second reading of the Irish Church reform bill. —Mr. C. W. Wynn contended that the mode in which this measure had lieen brought forward, was in violation of the rules of Parliamentary proceeding, which required that it should be referred to n Committee of
23 March 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
HCI'SK OP COMMONS—MoNntr, M**cn 18.

HCI'SK OP COMMONS—MoNntr, M**cn 18.

lhe mntiun for joint! into Committee on the Iriali Dieje» Bill, Mr. C'obrktt spoke length «gMin«e the mea<i.ie Mr. T. K»ve n«aiv« i*itei».le«l to move .1 future ••pportuiiity, llmi the bill till the remedial mea-urei* were paved. Ins Houms then went into and proceeded to taht> i
23 March 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
will neutralize the objects of the Dill, and suffer the murderer nightly depredator to escape. five Captains not conveniently brought

will neutralize the objects of the Dill, and suffer the murderer nightly depredator to escape. five Captains not conveniently brought

together, then there can be no Court; and when convened, a dissentient voice may produce the same effect as if there were no enquiry. The second alteration regards domiciliary visits ; it merely provides, that if, when the names of the residents are called over, they all answer
23 March 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH CHURCH REFORM RIM,.

IRISH CHURCH REFORM RIM,.

On Thursday week Lord Althorp moved the second reading of the Irish Church Reform Dill. Its progress, however, was arrested in the House, arising from the blundering of Ministers themselves. As the Rill lays a tax the Clergy of the Church, it was contrary the rules of the House
23 March 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
AfRLANCHOLT ArriDKNTn. —On Sumlay evening Ia«», female i-liili) alM.ut riftlit yean of age, belntiginz lo Mr. fcrk’a <1 ray man,

AfRLANCHOLT ArriDKNTn. —On Sumlay evening Ia«», female i-liili) alM.ut riftlit yean of age, belntiginz lo Mr. fcrk’a <1 ray man,

Swilly Brewery, haring left with arane olheft, ttill younger in tlie hou«e, rentuml too near the Are, when iU clothe* caught the flame*, and no person being presenlTWhi could render it awiitauee, the unhappy child ran screamimr for help ; it even had the preaence of mind to rail
23 March 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland