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FASHION AND TABLE TALK.

FASHION AND TABLE TALK.

The Ma<quis of Ormonde. Colonel of the Kilkenny Militi,-, and the Marquis Colonel of the Cork Militia, have been appointed Militia Aid-de-C.inp» to the King. Dublin Gazelle of Saturday offlo ally announces the return ol Lord D>wncs, as representative p.cr Ireland, in the place o
01 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The «um of money over which the Government had controul waa, in the year 1827, the proportion of 11 the

The «um of money over which the Government had controul waa, in the year 1827, the proportion of 11 the

whole the year 1892, waa In the proportion of 7to 10. If the reduction of five millions were compared with the whole sum which the controul of Government, would be seen that a reduction no less than per cent, had taken place. He had thought it right lay these statements before t
01 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
After some conversation, the witness, who had been ordered withdraw, was re-called. The SPEAKER then addressed the witness to the

After some conversation, the witness, who had been ordered withdraw, was re-called. The SPEAKER then addressed the witness to the

following effect:—The House has listened to you with attention, and has not seen in your statements any sufficient reason why you should refuse answer the questions pul you the Commutee before which you were summoned a witness, House expects that you will not persist in your ref
01 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NORTHERN WHIG.

THE NORTHERN WHIG.

given up. Farming is now confined to ploughing, R> harrowing, and reaping; and the great ohjec , r... at, much from the soil as possible, without rega consequences. In East Lothian, the so much distinguished for their agricultural skill, are giving place those four other distric
01 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

FACrs AND FiLL4CIES CONCERXNIG AEL TIIS DAY IS PUBLISHED. TILE IRISH MVNTHILY MAGAZW1Nr, No. M11. FOR APRIL. Ptice is. Cd. CONTENTS: , A tCTS and Fsllacios con s ?? Arabioas-The Gbatilagb--Noori, a Rhapeedy.-.| So,tlaind andl Scotch Men.-The Modern Magician- 4 Jaokevns-'r'is swee
01 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR LIVERPOOL,

FOR LIVERPOOL,

From Kingstown Pier, the Post Office Packets, ETNA, VIET, THETIS, DOLPHIN. ' 'neof the above Packets starts for Liverpool each evening Five o'Clock precisely, from the Pier at Kingstown. Coaches leave the Office, No. 11, Eden-quay, to convey Passenger* the Packet. First Coach at
01 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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01 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—SATURDAY.

HOUSE OF LORDS—SATURDAY.

HOUSE LORDS—SATURDAY. The House met today at four o'clock for the purpose of receiving the Irish Disturbance Bill. It was brought up from the House of Commons, and the amendments were ordered to bo taken into consi deration on Monday next. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OP LORDS—THUR
01 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Si ON BAY, APRIL I, 1833.

Si ON BAY, APRIL I, 1833.

BAY, APRIL I, 1833. . involved” in the system, have not some of your body ap- , proxiroated to the guilt which belongs to persons in my situt ation ? Surely’ j’ou are not ignorant that London and the outports afford many instances persons who belong to the Society Friends, but wh
01 April 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Breach 'if Privilege.

Breach 'if Privilege.

Mr. HENRY GRATTAN, in itierrnoe to some proceedings of the Longford election committee, which had been published in the Dublin Evening Mail, and which were injuri.ms to the sitting member for Longford, and his friends, begged to ask the sitting member for Longford whether it was
01 April 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland