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N'EW FLAXSEED. ¶ HE' SUBSCRIBE1,R is this day lauding, ex S. T firth, from ROTTERDAIM, 191 HlAds. Newo DUTI F1.AXSEED, Of prime quality-for Sale, at s roRpE, North-street. JOSEPH GILLIS. 2d April, 1833. (S8 FLA.XfE ED, &6C O5 SALE, 164 Hogsheads New Dutch Sowing FLAXSEED, 50 Do.
02 April 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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■i' C' - ■ • ■ v , 'V. ■ I ■ V> V. U "s » s* 1.. l,ave Wifi* fafera «nil lltten of of the East occupy, the principal share of .-lotion, and much is eXptessedTrt the V-r.ce ministert them. mims^n. , fiver. *dttei» newer ho*# in lesethnn eight dbisions on the bu«®«* Friday. The .ml
06 April 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
.ti'S V-' v mortality. vnoM The ** sowes Israel. 1 why should the spirit of mortal be proud. , ke

.ti'S V-' v mortality. vnoM The ** sowes Israel. 1 why should the spirit of mortal be proud. , ke

fast flitting meteor. « fast flying cloud , K fl tsh of the litrhtnißg. a break the wave. passes from life to his rest the grave. leaves the oak and the shall Tatteied around, and together be laid . . ' ,!.p voting and the old, and the low and tne ». - , i iaoulder to dust, and
06 April 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—Mahcm 28.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Mahcm 28.

HOUSE COMMONS— Mahcm 28. Mb. fitVAtfr obtained leave to bring bill for giving "prisoftcTs tried for criminal cffenCes the benefit of a full defence by couftsel. Mr. O’CosNfcLL supported the motion* and stated a case ift which he was Counsel for three men. tried for fmlrder. who W
03 April 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Karl GKKY moved that the house do take into consideration the amendments in this bill passed in the House of

Karl GKKY moved that the house do take into consideration the amendments in this bill passed in the House of

Commons. His lurdsiiip then read tlte first amendment in the bill, and proposed it fur their lordships* adoption, observing, as far as wecould hear, that the House of Commons, alter mature deliberation. had to the conclusion of adopting these amendments. Lord Kl-LENBOHOUGH said,
06 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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Mr. (I. rose move that Select Committee (./hi reuse the existing taxation, with view to u ,I ~| those burdens

Mr. (I. rose move that Select Committee (./hi reuse the existing taxation, with view to u ,I ~| those burdens

which press most heavily on productive itulii'trv, and the substitution of tax upon property in lieu il , rc« f. For tlie 7 years dining which had had the honour sitting that House, he hud paid considerable attention to (he subject ot taxation, and the conclusion to which he had
02 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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Majority

HOUSE OF COMMONS, March 27.— (Mo»nihoSittimo.) IRISH CHURCH REFORM. Mr. G. EVANS presented a petition from the parish of More, in the county of Carmarthen, against tba Irish Church Reform Bill. The petitioners stated that the proposed Bill of Reform was in direct contradiction o
02 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Till: CONSTITUTION : OR, CORK ADVERTISER.

Till: CONSTITUTION : OR, CORK ADVERTISER.

Karl GREY said the m hie duke complained that the government had communicated with select portion of the We* t India proprietors. How would he have had the government act? Would have had the Ministers to to general assembly—to a meeting Exeter-hall —and there publicly declare th
02 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANGES IN THE CABINET.

CHANGES IN THE CABINET.

CHANGES THE CABINET. Within the Ministerial Circle changes have already taken place. Mr. Stanley has been made one of the Secretaries of State, and Sir J. C. Hobhouse, Irish Secretary ! both have vacated their seats, and new writs have been moved fur. How will Mr. Stanley’s tempo
02 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland