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THE WORKING SHOEMAKERS OF DUBLIN REPEAL.

THE WORKING SHOEMAKERS OF DUBLIN REPEAL.

Tht iddrrti very industriout aad useful elan of men, the working ihoemakrt* of is city, to Doctor Wade, Loudon, bat elicited from that gentleman opinion* which cannot hut regtrded aa of great importance every ft tend to I retied. Doctor Wad*’* aentimenl* respecting the Repeal qu
12 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TIMBER TRADE.

THE TIMBER TRADE.

There fact mentioned in tbe Tirarr, concerning the timber trade, which has been for tome time familiar to commoeial men, and which shows tbe length to which the system proledire duties applied to limber has been carried. Bonded Memel limber is shipped in this country for Canada,
12 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW JUDGES.

THE NEW JUDGES.

Forty-four officert, from the helf*paj list, ere immediately com missioned to act mcnibeis of (he courts martial, to he'd under the coercion bill. They are not to being to any regiment doing duty in Ireland,
12 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND TABLE TALK.

FASHION AND TABLE TALK.

Sir Riahard Kaaaa, Ban., M P. for tbfa aanaty, fa artirad, aid Cork, at bia acat, Cappoqain baaaa. Joba Galway. Etq., nor other aaoaty aaaabor, paaaad tbrovgb tbfa city ob Tuesday, oo hia way baaao, after Baatar raaaaa.— Mirror. Lord aad Lady Kenmara rttara to KiDarnty nnt awatb
12 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TAXATION.

TAXATION.

KatraaU from tba apacab of tba Right Hoo. C. Fovlatt Tboaapaoo, (now Viaa-Pratidaat Board Trade,) delivarad in Pariiaaatot tba Marah, 1830, upon ■Mfiag that a Sabat Commiltca be appointed to inquire into aapadtenay of making raeitioo of iba taaaa. that of paying ram* voted Home,
12 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DOTIES OS NEWSPAPERS.

DOTIES OS NEWSPAPERS.

I would further then ni-ble fii«nd, who hat recoin- mended that present duty nee.ptper. thould ' be reduced 2d., for I would reduce it Id., and 1 cure the revenue would benefit the reduction. can only judge the effect thete by comparing the title of our newtptpert and their eire
12 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

CL-OGHRAN STEEPLE CHASE. The running fur the Cloghr.n tucplc eh»»« cup, *»1u« 501 , to wbiab 151. nddea, earoe tff W«dni»tt«y, near Duuboyne. The following h. r.ea eonu ndcd for the eup Mr. Botbidgc’* br Maty-Anne, Mr. Goodwin, 1 3 1 Mr. TuthiU'a b Shamrock, owner 213 Mr. Gibncy
12 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INSOLVENT UEBTbuS.

INSOLVENT UEBTbuS.

rsTirioii ax hsasd, mat 2. Thomas Fiixgerald, formerly of Msiibo ough-street, sad late Brunswick street, Dublin, clerk. BANKRUPTS. Jaeob Parr and Richard Star, the Limerick. dealers and chapmen, and copartner, trade, «»jurrender on the and April instant, and the Way next. Al the
12 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
tan cn ros

tan cn ros

cn ros Liverpool Liverpool Wexford Wilfiwn Hu«kiMOD steamer, Roods sod passengers John Richard Askew, Williams, flour Mary, Browne, whiskey, MORNING TIDE—APRIL 11. Arrived—None. _ Sailed Three reside bellast.—Wind, W.N.Wa HIGH WATER AT DUBLIN BAR— This Dat. Morning Tide, «« minut
12 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
gue»:nock and Glasgow, ISLE MAN AND WHITEHAVEN. THE ERIN AND SCOTI^ TEA PA CKK TS, [AIL for GREENOCK and GLASGOW

gue»:nock and Glasgow, ISLE MAN AND WHITEHAVEN. THE ERIN AND SCOTI^ TEA PA CKK TS, [AIL for GREENOCK and GLASGOW

follow*: The SCOTIA Sails on THIS DAY (Frida;), Instant, Two o’C'lnck, Afternoon. The ERIN Sni's on TUESDAY. April 16, at Seven o'Clock, Evening. Cabin F ire Greenock,including Steward’. Feea,... £1 14 0 Deck ditto, ... ... ... ... 0 10 A Female Steward attends the Ladies’ Cabin
12 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland