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HAUT TON.

HAUT TON.

understand that Sir Hp.xbv Bkookb purpose rtoing to England, in th? beginning of next month, for the benefit of hi* health. The Lord Bishop of Clooher was expected to arrive the Palace, Clogher, on Thursday, from Dublin. The Earl and Countess of and family have taken their depar
06 April 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
“ OX PROPHETIC INTERPRETATION.

“ OX PROPHETIC INTERPRETATION.

PROPHETIC INTERPRETATION. In the yision of the four beasts, which, with its interpretation, is related in the 7ch Chapter of Daniel, we have, I believe, the first mention of the above quoted period [ limes, rimes, and a half’] ; and its position in this place appear* to almost to
06 April 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GALWAY ASSJZES Tuksdat, March

GALWAY ASSJZES Tuksdat, March

GALWAY Tuksdat, March four o’clock this afternoon tiie Hon. Justice Hurton opened the Commission in the Crown Court. (j hand Juav.—Lord Dunlo, Foreman ; Jame Staunton Lambert, Esq., the Hon. Arthur Nugent, Hon. Gonville Ffmicli, Sir John Uurke, Hart., Valentine Hlake, Christopher
06 April 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MINISTERIAL CHANGES.

MINISTERIAL CHANGES.

On the motion Mr KICK, new writs were ordered Hsne for the election of a member for the northern division of Lancashire, in the room the llightHon. Edward Geoffry Stanley, who had accepted the office one of his Majesty’s principal secretaries state ; and for Westminster, the roo
03 April 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.

NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.

ThoK who have taken ttiefr to Philadelphia, by the fine fast sailing Ship CUPID, SAMUEL STEVENSON, MASTER, Will please be in Derry, on Tuesday, April next* Ami tho*e who intend going to St. John’s, N. B. by tht Ship MADAWABKA, DAS I El. M'MVRCUY, Mutter, Will require to in Derry
06 April 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ARRIVED AT THE

ARRIVED AT THE

BRITISH WOOLLEN HALL!!! 16, DIAMOND. JOHN HUNTER, HAVING just Mturned from the different Markets, begs leave to announce the arrival of his SPRING ami SUMMER ASSORTMENT, being the largest Importation of Goods ever received him since his commencement in Business, consisting of Be
06 April 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
WARRANTED FIRST SPRING SHIPS. i How t* Port, FOR PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK, Th* fine fut-uuling first-clau Skip ROTH 7,

WARRANTED FIRST SPRING SHIPS. i How t* Port, FOR PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK, Th* fine fut-uuling first-clau Skip ROTH 7,

Burthen 700 Ton«, JOHN DEARNESS, Commajid««, To tail lHh April. THIS handsome Ship is no* well known at this Port as constant trader with Passengers, and her character, well as that of her Captain, so well established, that comment would be superfluous. Ship has made shorter voy
06 April 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE WEXOll!) CONSERVATIVE MR, BOYTON’S SPEECH.

THE WEXOll!) CONSERVATIVE MR, BOYTON’S SPEECH.

This is not merely powerful display of argumentative oratory, but is an important document; for in a bi A-t and convincing form discloses to public view the conduct of the new board education at the very outset of their management. Happy has it been for those Protestants who val
03 April 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
111 i-: wll \ I'U i\. > CUiN J> LU\A I 1 >

111 i-: wll \ I'U i\. > CUiN J> LU\A I 1 >

1 i-: I'U CUiN LU\A I > i I,CHANGES. CORK ASSIZES r~- r. .. 7- i. ' j. Globe. Most Extraordinary Case. —Tnc Ain o9 t. ■ . , 0 .. The prisoner, who is lieutenant in the Ti, . changes m the Cabinet arrangement the com manlier of the Hound, are kp. tl. settled ; and, for once, reven
03 April 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
REPHESENTATIVE PEER.

REPHESENTATIVE PEER.

The election closed at 12 o’clock last night, hen ih c- number-: were— Lord Downes,.... 76 Lord Lismore 27 The Conservative Lord will take his seat in the room the late Marquis Conyngham. American Highlanders.— One morning I was much amused by the debut of a new volunteer corps,
03 April 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland