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AX INCOME TAX.

AX INCOME TAX.

Reviewing ihc whole system of taxation, appears that the trading and working classes bear undue proportion of the public burthens, and that where they are not immediately teachcd by a tax, they are affected its operation on the expenditu'e cf the other classes. is not that taxat
06 April 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS

DUBLIN MARKETS

Susak List week the m.rket was very dull, and the quantity of sale small ; dating the wtvk e few lot* arrivrd from Scotland, but are await ng turthbr arrivals. Tallow.— There were sales tallow reported last week. Malt. —Tiltre was very little business trnnsaeted in m»ll last wee
06 April 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CLAIMS OF MR. D’AKCY MAHON.

CLAIMS OF MR. D’AKCY MAHON.

Mr. SHEIL moved for return of the retirement lowanccs given to D’A'cy Mahon, E'q. and the other provisional commissioners of stamps in Ireland u| on the consolidation o» the boards ; of the number of years for which each of the commissioners was employed the revenue ; of the pri
06 April 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMIGRATION. 9 To Sail from Liverpool about the 20 tb April, for HOBAtIT TOWN ANO SIDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, The

EMIGRATION. 9 To Sail from Liverpool about the 20 tb April, for HOBAtIT TOWN ANO SIDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, The

beautiful Frigate-built Ship, MARY CATHERINE, B. R. JONES, Commander. Register 391 Tons, Burden Tous ; Armed, and carries Surgeon. superior Ship well adapted for the JL Australian Tridc, being built after the exact mode! of British Frigate, and to one ol the sailing nips ■ out o
06 April 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
morrow on second resolution* Which, In fact, was the real subject of debate. In this proposition the Chanck.li.or of the

morrow on second resolution* Which, In fact, was the real subject of debate. In this proposition the Chanck.li.or of the

Exciif.qi acquiesced. The first resolution was agreed to, the House was resume , and the Chairman reported progjess and obtained leave to sit again next day. mr. dillon. . , medical gentleman of the name of Lavisc havmg called to the har, stated his conviction that Mr. Dillon wa
04 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
a RF.cp,ivr,D.

a RF.cp,ivr,D.

RF.cp,ivr,D. Mr.llall, Gloucestcr- strcct, per ditto 010 0 Richard Cane, Esq. 10 0 A Friend 0 2 6 John Armit, Esq. 10 Thos. Slacke, Esq. 0 E. W. 1 0 0 Per Mr. R.M.Tims ; E.L.W. R. W., Esq. « 10 0 Mrs. Carew Smyth 0 5 0 Anonymous 4 Dr. Gordon 10 0 Two Sisters and Brother 0 6 0 Z.,
02 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY FETE.

MILITARY FETE.

fiir M Commander of the Forcea in‘lreland, the ■ non-commissioned o«cers and prirate. of hi. eallant Reitiment. the 11th Royal Uneera. at the Royal Hospital. «ilmalnham. Saturday. At half-past one o’clock he Inspected theVave corps, who were , Into parade in the grand square of
02 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTION

AUCTION

Of Household Furniture, Turkey, Brussels and Euidish Car pots and Square Piano Forte, China, GUA, ami l)eift, I’lale and Plated- Ware, Table Uncn and '♦et.nK, a Capital Clock, (by Sharp,) several vols. of Misc life 'us SOLD , on WRDNI #[aY. the 10th APRIL, 18.1:1, No. Lil, BAGGO
06 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the dictator.

the dictator.

By the following letter to the Editor of the pilot, it will be seen that O’Connell has accepted of the Dictatorship to which he has been appointed by the Irish ohintecrs ; •• U, Albemarle-.treet. Wednesday. OKAS Bar skit. —Tlic die is c»-t. «rcHl«vc. One mnre injustice Lac been
06 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ftfTftiri tang the annuity remained unr*leeir«(t and that it was tl anziout iriah of Government not to be miaunderatood on

ftfTftiri tang the annuity remained unr*leeir«(t and that it was tl anziout iriah of Government not to be miaunderatood on

this jmint. The Chairman then aald was quite sure would the wiih nf the Court that the correspondence now read should be ni'ited. [pu motion wa* mafic to that effectnnd carried unaoimnnsly. The CHAia»iAV the Court, and aaid that, an* ticipating would their wi*h have the paper* p
01 April 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland