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WANTS Situation, thorough Servajula young active Mio, who can produce the most s.tti«a<#)ry testimonials a» to character. Applicant understands the

WANTS Situation, thorough Servajula young active Mio, who can produce the most s.tti«a<#)ry testimonials a» to character. Applicant understands the

mentof tlmsea. and can drive a Car perfect incumbrancer. Commands addressed J. the Otfice Paper. m kathfarnham DAIRY, 2(i. PAHB.-BTKEET. THR price of Milk dtlivere.i from this will Two Penes Uolfpauuj p un Aiominy next, the Oih iustaut. l English law agency. MR. FUU.AM I HAS rec
06 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

LOSCDCP, Tim Epeli'h h»ve gr*»» tendency »dwnoe. Co'iiols for the account opened at 87J J, and ara now quoted 84$. Ita- k Slock. 201$. p, o'Clcck.— Consuls tor Accoom B?ss. At the Lancaster assizes, all the persons accused bvin* in lb« election riot* el Clitheroe, hate old man.
06 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tlie Irish Jury Bill was read a second lime in the JPluuso of Lords on Tuesday, after consider-

Tlie Irish Jury Bill was read a second lime in the JPluuso of Lords on Tuesday, after consider-

able opposition from the Tories, chiefly ground that the moral condition of the people of Ireland should be assimilated to that of England, before the assimilation of their laws was attempted.” !! ! In regard to the comparatire state of morals” in both countries, it not necessar
06 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
theatre-royal

theatre-royal

We ftel much pletsufe announcing to tha public, the reopening of cur National Theatre, the Manager, anx cus cultivate native talent, for the gratificat on tf the the diamatlo art, h« granted an appearance a very juvenile arpirent, whose abilities have been the astonishment of th
06 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DOGS IN PARLIAMENT.

DOGS IN PARLIAMENT.

The hon. member was at this moment interrupted a burst of laughter from all pans of the house, occasioned by the appearance of • little dog which bad found its way into the house. The it trader was immediately expelled Aforeing Pour •• little dog,” that found your way. Occasioni
06 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

BOUSE OF COMMONS—Widmudit. (prom I«K COCklia AMD tAVK SUMO The Spiakib took the chair at twelve o'clock. The Clerk of the Crown attended to amend the tcturn* for Longford county and the borough of Southampton, eonfo m. ably to the icpoit of the election eommittcct, presented yes
06 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FLOGGING IN THE ARMY

FLOGGING IN THE ARMY

Mr. BERNAL brought up th« report of the imilinr bill Mr. HUME pot the ruble lord (the Cbencellor of the Exchequer) whether be would not make »n attempt carry Into effect the opinions he had long advocated . It bad been said, iTi answer those who were most desirous of putting tn
06 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE—WanaasnAT.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE—WanaasnAT.

Very little bosiners has been transacted in any kind <4 corn today. Prices nominal. Arris.ls—English wheat 2,600 qr*. ; barley 4-lOqre ; oats 5.120 qra. Irish wheal I,oio ; oats 6,920 qta. Flour 7.-k7O sacks. PROVISION MARKET— Yestssdct, SriTAiriELDi Od i<> d/i4d ; han't, 33» Od
06 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH AND IRISH WOOLLEN HALL, 8, PARLIAMENT-STREET, WITHIN TWO UOOM <»r HAMI-nTBR. PATRICK KESHAN AND CO. RESPECTFULLY announce their having

ENGLISH AND IRISH WOOLLEN HALL, 8, PARLIAMENT-STREET, WITHIN TWO UOOM <»r HAMI-nTBR. PATRICK KESHAN AND CO. RESPECTFULLY announce their having

succeeded to the above Establishment, and that they j l»»e Stocked with a new and extensive supply of every article suited to the Season sad connected with the Trade. , salidtinc the of the Friends of the former Firm and the Public generally, they beg state that it is their inte
06 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A. D. C, per HU Grace the MwtlUv Doctor Mirny «® 0 0 Mrs. O'Cuuoor, Ksihmine* ... ... 60 0 A. M per K«» Willteni Yore ... ... 010 0 A Lady, U ttd j ditto, 2» ... w. 0 0 S

A. D. C, per HU Grace the MwtlUv Doctor Mirny «® 0 0 Mrs. O'Cuuoor, Ksihmine* ... ... 60 0 A. M per K«» Willteni Yore ... ... 010 0 A Lady, U ttd j ditto, 2» ... w. 0 0 S

A. D. C, per HU Grace the MwtlUv Doctor Mirny «® Mrs. O'Cuuoor, Ksihmine* ... ... 0 A. M per K«» Willteni Yore ... ... 0 A Lady, ttd j ditto, 2» ... 0 ree ciooob bsowm, Me> Matthew Wold llartotonge, Sira. Grattan and Ufa Macbtocd J. Eaq, per Mr. Twycrora Mr». Gat diner, per Her D
27 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland