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Yearly Tax. £5 per centum. £7 per centum. £lO per centum. £l2 per centum. £l5 ptr centum. Archbishoprics and Bishoprics

Yearly Tax. £5 per centum. £7 per centum. £lO per centum. £l2 per centum. £l5 ptr centum. Archbishoprics and Bishoprics

to which the Bishoprics Oecoming void are to united.
23 March 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF CARLOW ELECTION,

COUNTY OF CARLOW ELECTION,

Bub the mvmbi.l* for lh« county of C«rl« h«t night h ndtcl the usu»l deeloiciionr, to rffcct lh»t i» nat their intention defend their election under the return.— Ghbt of Wtdntuhy. Curious Occubrenck. —The following curious feet* »tr* deteiicd in Arren q ity p ’lice office I'hur
16 March 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE. inKDON, Mr. O’Connell u ooweddtesting the House preeious Us j going into on the gagging bill. The bon.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE. inKDON, Mr. O’Connell u ooweddtesting the House preeious Us j going into on the gagging bill. The bon.

gen- | tlemso has seerr.l nmendmenu to propose. Lord Altborp, moring that the bill eommitted, announced two ahe-1 rationa, whieh deaignaud «• Brat alte- 1 ration in the court-martial alauie, making neeemry tha*. j the military-judge* should be captain?, and that tee should be un
16 March 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH PROVISIONS.

IRISH PROVISIONS.

The iropo tof foreign butter in the last week was 3 039, casks, of Irish, 790 firks. and bacon «721 biles. Wo base still note a continued in the butler market, with a foriher reduction in price on all description of Irish, and although they are now and base been for some weeks p
16 March 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MERCANTILE SALES. ARTHUR M<KtfNNA AND SON OFFER for Sale the Cargo of the Em Rermardhtne, now landing, from Christiana, Red

MERCANTILE SALES. ARTHUR M<KtfNNA AND SON OFFER for Sale the Cargo of the Em Rermardhtne, now landing, from Christiana, Red

and White Norway Dealt, the brand of W. Eyebe^* Jhe character those Deals stands very high in the I markets, and are seldom imported into this country. Their present extensive stock of Timber and .comprising Red and White Pine and Memel Timber, with American Deals, Slates fee.,
16 March 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
State of the Country.

State of the Country.

(Fr»m the Moderator.) Upward# of forty panes of fla»» we** maliciomly broken in Johnstown Church Sunday ntgbt last by tome diaorderly ruffians, at vet unknown. On Tuesday last, the 2«lh ultj the dwelling. hou se of Margraet Troy, widow lirii.g at Gurlnagap, in this County, was e
09 March 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
JOHN WALSH

JOHN WALSH

HAS much satisfaction in being now able to acquaint his Friends and the Public Fiat baa received a ealliable consignment superior old WIN KSin bottles consisting of Iked Ports, Pale and Bbarrlas, Capa Madeira, Wtrite Port ai»d X>atiue and Bt. Clarets, direct fiom Liveriool, whic
09 March 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
CHURCH SPOLIATION.

CHURCH SPOLIATION.

The Irish Church spoliation bill is one which must not be lost sight of in the great blaze which the agitators are making about the coercive measure —the necessity for pushing that bill is gone by —Lord Grey must now know and see that, as a peace offering, it will be just effect
09 March 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
XHB MINISTRY.

XHB MINISTRY.

On Wednesday, it geems. Lord Grey had an audience of the King, which lie stated hi* Majesty his belief that he should able only for a short time to tetain die reins of Government. His Lordship’s opinion seems to have been sorroborated by all the Ministers, except the Lord Chance
09 March 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
f Fi*« IrUb na* eight Er.gl»h.—*»"���

f Fi*« IrUb na* eight Er.gl»h.—*»"•

Fi*« eight Er.gl»h.—*»"• Drying Clothe*.—The danger of clotlie* to dry in an inhabited apart more especially in a slt eping room,will®* ily understood. Tlie evaporation plac<- in the process of drying causes • sorption of heat, and produces depression of temperature the apar Lard
09 March 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland