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The Roscommon and Leitrim Gazette—Published in Boyle—J. Bromell, Pro

The Roscommon and Leitrim Gazette—Published in Boyle—J. Bromell, Pro

high, the climate is live degrees colder in summer, and ten degrees in winter, than the climate within forty miles of Sydney, in proof of which oranges, lemons, citrons, and pomgrenates, will grow on one side of the Mountains, but not so well on the other side if all. Cherries t
06 April 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
i nuliu, examiueJ hy Mr. Mmc«u— Live* at L«s»any. raw ley ; is about 77 years old ; knew old

i nuliu, examiueJ hy Mr. Mmc«u— Live* at L«s»any. raw ley ; is about 77 years old ; knew old

David Rutledge ; witness is Callndic ; the late Rev. Mr. Duffy was bis first cousin; recollects 1704. went that period early on a Sunday morning Mrs. Rutledge's eee Mr. Dully ; went into the parlour, and that morning saw the ceremony of marriage performed between David Rutledge
05 April 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
TEE CARLOW ItLACKWOOD'S MAGAZiNE. Biaekwool, for Avril, contains two tars, and therefore gives a greater quantity of matter ...aa usual

TEE CARLOW ItLACKWOOD'S MAGAZiNE. Biaekwool, for Avril, contains two tars, and therefore gives a greater quantity of matter ...aa usual

to its Testier' : We wake hut one extract from "Tom Cringlea Log," and regret that we cannot give that raticle uncurtalled to our readers. " Next morning we were all carrying as much sail as we could crowd. By this time we had gotten our jury firetoprcast up, and the Acyci, havi
06 April 1833 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BRAGANZA SATELLITES--THE " They he, and cog, and Bout, deprave and slander, Go anticly, and chew outward hideousness, And

THE BRAGANZA SATELLITES--THE " They he, and cog, and Bout, deprave and slander, Go anticly, and chew outward hideousness, And

speak elf half a dozen dangerous words How they might hurt their enemies if they durst, An 1 that is all."---Sirseeseesar. The ter iblilers aid mercenaries of Carlow College, after treasuring their wrath, and holding sundry consultations during a week, have clearly proved in the
06 April 1833 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
.MARRIED- On the 26t

.MARRIED- On the 26t

h ult. by thee Rev. John Dill, JonN., eldest son of Mr. John Fulton, Windyhill, Roughfort, to JANE, eldest datghterof MrJames Stuart,,3allyhone, Carnmoney. On the 30th ult. by the Rev. Edward J. Cordner, in the Parish Church of Derriaghy, Mr JO11N DoDns, to MARY, second daughter
02 April 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEGRO SLAVERY.

NEGRO SLAVERY.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS-LETTER. Sma-The American Colonization Society having been introduced into this phlce by its eloquent advocate, E. Cres- son-having been advoceated by all the public Journals of the townengaging now a large portion of the public at- tention-and being of
02 April 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MEETING OF THE CLEUOV.

MEETING OF THE CLEUOV.

The Clergy of the Diocese of Ferns had a meeting at the Chapter Room of Ferns, where resolutions were passed, and a petition adopted similar to that of the Dublin meetings, against the Ministers’scheme of Church Plunder. An able article on this infamous measure appears in our fo
06 April 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

On Saturday the head-fjuarte division the 6th (E!iniskiUe»i) Dragoons at the Royal Barracks. Same day tie squadron which arrived Friday embarked at the Noi for Liverpool, rout to Edinburgh—a march of eighteen days. Tae head-quarters emburk this day. The Lancers, under the comman
03 April 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF THE COUNTRY. From the Kilkenny Moderator. The houses John Galvan and James Con-IVIV of Rupjia, the barony of

STATE OF THE COUNTRY. From the Kilkenny Moderator. The houses John Galvan and James Con-IVIV of Rupjia, the barony of

Gowian W attacked Thursday night a party armed men. About three o’clock, p. m. on Wednesday ] is t two men armed with pistols went the house of John Comerford, farmer residing at liossboultry, near Ballyhale, and swore him to convey message to'two men named John Cashiir and Edwa
06 April 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
NO. 59.—VOL. I.] County of Tipperary. —On Friday, the 22J instant, the school-house Urrard. near Fennor, hr the of was

NO. 59.—VOL. I.] County of Tipperary. —On Friday, the 22J instant, the school-house Urrard. near Fennor, hr the of was

entered the open day man armed with blunderbuss, who presented it at the schoolmaster, and swore if did not leave the country immediately, have his coflin prepared. the night Monday last, armed party attacked the dwelling-house E. Coogan, of Boulekeale, in the parish Ral' lingar
06 April 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland