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British college of health. New Road, King’s Cross, london.* INFLUENZA. Address to all the Hygcian Agents of the British Co/loge

British college of health. New Road, King’s Cross, london.* INFLUENZA. Address to all the Hygcian Agents of the British Co/loge

Health throughout the Kingdom. Gr.rm.auEN —As a more general scourge than Morbus has overwhelmed the Metropolis and its ricimnca, called, for want of more appropriate designationJ thellNvi.urnza, which has simultaneously attacked all degrees, from the highest to the lowest, with
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
To moi ro*' he'pnVU'ihcii, i)ric» 2t. 64. J Tli£ DUBLIN UNIVERSITY MAGAZf>»./ No. V.—KOR MAY. Containing—l. Kmigratiou of Protc*t»ata.—<l. Kchler’t

To moi ro*' he'pnVU'ihcii, i)ric» 2t. 64. J Tli£ DUBLIN UNIVERSITY MAGAZf>»./ No. V.—KOR MAY. Containing—l. Kmigratiou of Protc*t»ata.—<l. Kchler’t

Agatbodet, by Mr. Zander.—■Hl- la South America, No. 2. the Dalpkria.—lV. Alcnat Whig* Mid Modern Torie*. —V. Love Loyalty, Chapter* 7,8,1.V|. Lift of a Sailor.—Vll. Consumption, a Sonnet.—Vlll. Brief Narrative the Oiecovery of Emmet's Insurrection.—lX. the Nightingale.-X. Hurnk
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THU UtifSAT Of MINISTERS.

THU UtifSAT Of MINISTERS.

THU MINISTERS. The reiawlH t«a4a« and of the Aft oa the •abject of the Meat of Miribten Sir ‘Wo. (oeiLßr'e motion, m man taeerviog attention than any other* which have been made bjr the jouraali at either aide of the question. l( the motion (ball -not have been reednded, Minieter
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PACTIONIST.

THE PACTIONIST.

Thdrc is not such a rascally word in the English language consistency." muter Ate eermo, Irish reader. These are not our words, but the word* person whose character wants hutose thing to make it perfect, and that is, that hie paradox should past for sound and current morality. A
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KING'S COUNTY ELECTION.

KING'S COUNTY ELECTION.

Wc are mutborieed to itatc that Colouel Be air Aan did not write any letter promiaiag to pay for Barracka for the military during the election ; and if any donbt could ariae in hia mind on thia point, be it ttrengtbened in the conviction that he did not do ao by the evidence of
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE THEATRE

THE THEATRE

A new melo dramatic play, written by a gentleman of this city, called The Duke of Milan,” will lie produced at our theatre to-morrow evening. Mr. Kkan’s Alarming Ili.nkss.— Mr. Kean, regret to state, has been drooping during the past week ; and on Friday and Saturday was seribuS
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
jpirot Kcformro Uarltamnit. HOUSE OF COMMONS —April 2s. debate os the currency , (Continued from our lut. ) Mr. M.

jpirot Kcformro Uarltamnit. HOUSE OF COMMONS —April 2s. debate os the currency , (Continued from our lut. ) Mr. M.

ATTWOOD, in continuation. Mid would appeal to every Member of that House, whether the Noble Lord, on making his financial statement on Friday night, assigned as his reason for not making further redactions in the burdens of the people, that consistently with the national faith i
30 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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he thus attempted to i?ain the support of those who, differing from him as to his proposed remedy, were yet disposed to inquire into the cause of that distress. He wished to touch as lightly as possible on the subject, but he felt it his duty to avow his opinion, differing did f
30 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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' ' ; Price rise in the money Talua of the necessaries of life without producing corresponding rise in the wages of labor. He must admit, that whoever might have the shame of the measnre, the working people, so far from deriving any benefit from it, would have incalculable misery
30 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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inil-nireet. BEGS to annonnce the arrival of bia SUMMER ASSORTMENT, among which will fouad •time of the nntl most F/rshionnble Articles in the Trade and which, having bean parvonally •alactad. will, fl„ himself, ba found wall worthy of stieotioD, and give georral Miinfactioo. E.
30 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland