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Head* 19« to in*, Olfal. 20* to 22* Wbl»lt*y, Old Iri*W gal, 5* to C* d Im g»l.T»Bd 7* Oil Swamra eotl«, Bd. Newpo't 2* H*y, 6i*
06 April 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD PLUNKETTS JURY BILL.

LORD PLUNKETTS JURY BILL.

We have taken the trouble of forming an epitome of Lord , Plunkett’s Irish Jury Bill, which shall lay before our readers on Tuesday. It is somewhat remarkable that the Noble and Learned Lord is reported to have said on Tuesday night during the debate on the second reading of the
06 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lIOL'SF COMMONS—M»sbat At live oVlnrk the Svk.iksr liii tit.tk Ills leaf. A person from his Majesty's mint appeared at the

lIOL'SF COMMONS—M»sbat At live oVlnrk the Svk.iksr liii tit.tk Ills leaf. A person from his Majesty's mint appeared at the

bar with an account of all the gold mid silver coined in that establishment. MONTr.OMFnV BI.F.CTION. Mr. FINN brought np the report of the com mittee. appoli w-d inquire into the merits the petition against the return for the borough of Mont whirh declared that the sitting membe
06 April 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH DISTURBANCES BILL.

IRISH DISTURBANCES BILL.

list of the minority of sixty eight (idlers included,) who voted •gainst the twenty sixth clause, which declares, that noth ing done in pursuance of this act. In any proclaimed district, i* questioned any Civil or Criminal Court.” For the clause 14 6 Against the c1au5e..........
06 April 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MERRY HOGUES PRO ROGUED.

THE MERRY HOGUES PRO ROGUED.

Last night, the Olympic Theatre, after a gay procession, to ahich the merry Davce” contributed the prominent and chiefdeHght, her Majesty Vestris theJirtt, Queen of these realms, from her * Paphiau Bower,** prorogued the bouse, in the following speech, as gracious in itself it w
06 April 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REPEALERS' LAST KICK,

THE REPEALERS' LAST KICK,

The Volunteers received letter* of readiness fro m London, and in conformity thereto, made sundry preparations for doffing the lion's hide and retiring into the ranks of private life. Their depot to be established at Merrion-sqnare or Darrynane Abbey, as the-case may be, the who
06 April 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

THE Ci'OOHRAM Chase Ctr, value 50/., which the Treasurer will add ISL, to he raced for on WEDNESDAY. APRIL 10, over the Course. >-< from character the Horses there most resting race exported. All rw t e Half-pa*t Twelve o’Clock, start precisely at One. X SAME DAY. Swecustakes of
06 April 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

the n’t., his house, 5!), Pill-lane, Mr. Francis tPVnoa much and sincerely regretted a numerous circle uf Heads and aoi|ii«iatanoen. In Maggot-street, in his year, Robert R<*e, E*q., t totrn, county Tipperary. In her 16th year, Jane, eldest daughter of Peter ILrory Sh* «. of Gen
06 April 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUIMjIN OH&tirRVBR*

THE DUIMjIN OH&tirRVBR*

THE DUIMjIN they might fancy her sufficiently punished by' gran - ing her wish for repeal, ami cry, Let her go, in God name," it were not that Sir Robert Peel and r. Stanley assure them this would Ire rather inconvenient, and, besides, just wliat Mr. O'Connell wants which is of i
06 April 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MURDER AM) HIGHWAY ROBBERY.

MURDER AM) HIGHWAY ROBBERY.

Monday last about four o’clock, as three men were proceeding along the road from Ashbourne to Slane, when they came near Belra'h, three highwaymen rushed out of plantation opposite Mrs. Osborne’s. They waylaid two of the travellers, while the third proceeded on towards Snugboro’
06 April 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland