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THE DYING BARD'S PROPHECY.

THE DYING BARD'S PROPHECY.

THE DYING BIARD'S PROPHECY.' By MRS. IIEMANS. (Fromn the Dublin Unriversity VfgeazieJfor April.) All is nor lost-the unconlrqterable will And courage never to submit or yield." CITLTOl,. TilE Hall of Harps is lone to-night, Arnd cold the chieftain's hearth It bath no mead, it bat
05 April 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TAXES IN ITEMS.

TAXES IN ITEMS.

TAXES IN UTfMS. There are 'only two reasons for msi5a~inilg tme ptirvteu systore of indirect taxation r out good reasou s but euca its will Qisure thbt system being kept up as long ase possible. Fir: t, by ?? taaiop, the ?? taken ie c.,nosil-rd Tue ti: lurks unseen in the plice o
03 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EAST INDIA CHARTER.

EAST INDIA CHARTER.

We are assured that the East India Directors will directly and unequivocally refuse the terms offered by Government for their ceasing to trade, to make over all their property to the Ministers, retaining only their territorial revenue and political character. There are various i
02 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Patrick Nolan, Plaintiff. I Daniel Ferrall, y Defendant. | —J WHEREAS Order made in this Cause, .hearing date the 2d

Patrick Nolan, Plaintiff. I Daniel Ferrall, y Defendant. | —J WHEREAS Order made in this Cause, .hearing date the 2d

day August instant, the Lord Trca- surer’s Remembrancer required to set by Public Cant to the highest and fairest bidder, the Farm of Sleavin and Dillon’s Grove, pat tof the Estate cf the Defendant, situate the County Roscommon, and granted in Custodiam in this Cause, for Three
04 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
] WATEHPORD QUARTER SESSIONS—The County Sessions were held on Friday, before E. O’Grady, Esq. Assistant Barrister. Th« Attorney-General, our readers

] WATEHPORD QUARTER SESSIONS—The County Sessions were held on Friday, before E. O’Grady, Esq. Assistant Barrister. Th« Attorney-General, our readers

, recollect, was defeated last Sessions on points raised Counsellor Ronayne, M.P. The Attorney-General, e?er, has mended his hand on this occasion, and succeeded obtaining decrees near two thousand cases, varying in | amount from pounds to pence ; no costs are recoverable in ' t
04 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WATERFORD AGRICULTURAL REPORT. March. T' s month commenced with hca»y rain, wliich its close is also marked. Tiro intervals of

WATERFORD AGRICULTURAL REPORT. March. T' s month commenced with hca»y rain, wliich its close is also marked. Tiro intervals of

dry wea'hcf with which we were favoured about the middle of the months have enabled farmers to accomplish any branches of their work that might have been unfinished. The different matter* rural employment are very forward. The sowing of oat* is going rapidly. The planting of cab
04 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
- - Riji TH ADVERTISER.

- - Riji TH ADVERTISER.

02 April 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
Meeting at watekford—chukch reform

Meeting at watekford—chukch reform

Meeting at watekford— chukch reform meeting, to use the terms of the notice, of all members of the Established Chuich ifsij. ing in this city and neighbourhood, who are favorable to reform in the tempoi alitiea of ih took plate on Tuesday, the 20th ult., on the Jlall—the Right Ho
02 April 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
« 1.0\.U1;i.. WEPMESDAY. *1»K»». a, naaa

« 1.0\.U1;i.. WEPMESDAY. *1»K»». a, naaa

Portarlington borough-ballot for di to at a quarter past three o’clock. Carrickfergu. borough— ballot for Committee, ha If. past three o’clock. - NOTICES Of MOTICKS, ftlr. Wilks-to move the appointment of a select committee to consider the general stale of parochial registries,
03 April 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
HULKS

HULKS

The public have been long accustomed near of the prisoners being set to work hoard the hulks, and as perhaps a very imperfect idea is entertained respecting them, iiltle information upon the sub Jet not unacceptable : hulks are large vessels without masts, which have been line o
03 April 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland