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Dublin,] IJUOt'OSAIiS will be reto wit. r -S. for supplying the Gaol J of Kihnainhani (from the first day next,

Dublin,] IJUOt'OSAIiS will be reto wit. r -S. for supplying the Gaol J of Kihnainhani (from the first day next,

to the first December, with the iAI raring viz.:— WHITE BREAD, BROWN HKKAD, of whole Meal, V NEW MILK, MILK-, COALS (best Whitehaven), L\'ii' SOAP and CAN DLLS, OATEN STRAW ( sweet and dry), IfK ATI BROOMS, and FREE-STONE. Proposals sent in, before the of April, the Hoard Gaol.
01 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY MLA'JH.—TO LET, from Ist May, for such terms as may lie agreed upon, the House, Offices, &c. &c., of

COUNTY MLA'JH.—TO LET, from Ist May, for such terms as may lie agreed upon, the House, Offices, &c. &c., of

together with any quantity of Land froin 12 40 Acres. The perfect repair, beautifully situated in a fine adjoining tlfc Aemcsne Somerviile, within of Wane, and eight Application toUl SMITH, Esq., gheda. Y N. B.—lf letter, postpaid. COUNTY KILDARE. BP: LK'tf OSBERSTOWN MILL HOUSE
01 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

01 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHOLESALE Printed Calico, Linen, Silk, and Riband WAKEHOVJSi;, No. 10 DONEGALL STREET. JOHN LAMB respectfully informs the Trade, that is

WHOLESALE Printed Calico, Linen, Silk, and Riband WAKEHOVJSi;, No. 10 DONEGALL STREET. JOHN LAMB respectfully informs the Trade, that is

now receiving his Sdhnd Spring Assortment of RIBANDS, New PRINTS* SILK HANDKER. CHIEFS, 4-4. ami XJ&rLINENS, sc. See. Which will sell very cheap, for cash. Belfast, of mo. 1833. OLD ESTABLISHED UPHOLSTERY WAREHOUSE, 28, DONEGALL-STREET, BELFAST. SARAH BELL announces to her Frien
01 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLAXSEED.

FLAXSEED.

200 New New-York} Sowing FLAXSEED, of IJhJi. New Dutch Qualiti/, ON SALE.OY « T. & J. M‘TEAR. 2jth March, 1933. Elcli Flaxseed, &c. WILLIAM SIMMS & SON have received, per the Galliots Auguste and Scafarlk, from Rotter- Hhds. NEW DUTCH FLAXSEED, Which, with the following GOODS in
01 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

JOHN TALL * rSRSPECTFULLY leave infoM Bis . fIJL Friends n..d Public, that h is removed fr *m T.i’f• lin-strc -t to the extensive Ccneei ns, , Vj No. Oil, BOLTON'-STREET, (Corner of Norco The residence of the late Nicfu.hs If. Wade. Where h is laid extensive Stock of SEEDS, WINE
01 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ftfTftiri tang the annuity remained unr*leeir«(t and that it was tl anziout iriah of Government not to be miaunderatood on

ftfTftiri tang the annuity remained unr*leeir«(t and that it was tl anziout iriah of Government not to be miaunderatood on

this jmint. The Chairman then aald was quite sure would the wiih nf the Court that the correspondence now read should be ni'ited. [pu motion wa* mafic to that effectnnd carried unaoimnnsly. The CHAia»iAV the Court, and aaid that, an* ticipating would their wi*h have the paper* p
01 April 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DANIEL O'CONNELL

DANIEL O'CONNELL

E. Dwyer, E.q. Tb* letter wee teeeited with loud cheer*. BARRET f eungratuletcd them tbet tbcj bid gor rid of that euioomh, Stanley. Mr. D. DOYLE moved the ituetiioo of Mr. O Connell’* iLc* minutes. Mr. BAKUEI'r il>* rooiion. tod dome *® i lh»t ihe mat* o< ibn .tfercnry w»s, iai
01 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAYO ASSIZES.

MAYO ASSIZES.

We this day publish the list of convictions and sentences passed at the late assige*, and tho only feature in it which think worthy of special remark it. the extreme mildness and humanity which prevades the entire, .. Many the misguided people were quite satisfied that they woul
01 April 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Colonel Wyndham has retired half pay, from command of the 10th Royal Hussars, and is succeeded by Lieutenant Colonel Gore, from half pay of the Landers. An unexpected order was received here on Sunday morning for the Enniskillen Dragoons, to march next morniog, two days before t
01 April 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland