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MARRIED. On the 10th init. In Cliegetgate Church, Manchester, by the Rev. Mr. Rcmmington. the Rev. 'lhomai Lockhirt, to Miu

MARRIED. On the 10th init. In Cliegetgate Church, Manchester, by the Rev. Mr. Rcmmington. the Rev. 'lhomai Lockhirt, to Miu

Emily Cunning, hail), formerly of Lisburn. DIED. On inst, George Clendinntng, %on of Mr. Wm. Clendlnning, Ami-street. Belfast, aged 18 months. the City of Armagh, on the 10th inst. Mrs. Jane Simpson, widow of the late John Simpson, of Moneyquin, Esq. Friday, Ist ult., Washington
01 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CIVIL iULL COURTS.

CIVIL iULL COURTS.

CIVIL COURTS. M , O’Connell, Mr. Sergeant Fortin, end Mr, Lefroy, are about introduce bill to extend the jurisdiction Civil B>il Court®, from the late Irish currency the pre- sent currency. Mr. Kinlocb, M P. for Dundee, died suddenly this morning, his lodgings of apoplexy. of Fri
01 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
In one of those papers signed Anglesey ” it was said-." desire it to be distinctly understood thtt the government

In one of those papers signed Anglesey ” it was said-." desire it to be distinctly understood thtt the government

will not interfere with the Dublin election.* But by a memorandum from Ur, Alderman Otrley, who called upon Sit William Gotvel, at the desire of Mr. West and Sir George Rich, it would appear that not only had Sir William Gasser declared that the government would aupport the Cons
01 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CLAIMS OF MR. D’ARCY MAHON.

CLAIMS OF MR. D’ARCY MAHON.

Mr. SHEIL moved for a return of the retirement a(. lowances given D’Arcy Mahon, E«q. and the other provisional commissioners of stamps in Ireland ut the consolidation of the boards ; of the number of years for which each the said commissioners was employed in the revenue ; of th
01 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH BANKRUPT CALENDAR.

IRISH BANKRUPT CALENDAR.

Meetings this week at the Exchange, Bankrupt Cases, HOUR THREE O’CLOCK EACH DAY. U —George Dowdall, Newcastle, co. Longford, prove dtbis. 2. —Do. to choose assignees. ENGLISH BANKRUPT CALENDAR. FROM THE GAZETTE, MARCH A Wm. Thomas Milchell, Woolwich, Kent, buihler—John Wool let
01 April 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON PRICE CURRENT, Maacuft.

LONDON PRICE CURRENT, Maacuft.

SUGA R—There being rather icarcily of the finer sorts I Sugar, and the public sales of Barbadoet having ceased] for the present, on account of there being none remaining the importers* hands. Sugars with a good deal of colour fully keep up their prices, and in some instances eve
01 April 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
[ill]. LAMBERT, M.P.

[ill]. LAMBERT, M.P.

M1d, LAMBERT, ML.T The report of this gentletn9.i peech, on Wednes day night, contains a fresh and disgusting attack on that portion of the Irish members opposed to the coer- cion bill, but more particularly on Mr. O'Connell. For those honest and independent men who, in and out o
01 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NORTHERN WHIG.

THE NORTHERN WHIG.

01 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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01 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
.he morning, end protracting, considerably, our perambulations. The weather ha., however, for long time, been partially unfavourable. The pitiless pelt.ng

.he morning, end protracting, considerably, our perambulations. The weather ha., however, for long time, been partially unfavourable. The pitiless pelt.ng

of the ram has prevailed to a very considerable degree, especially the former part of the momh ; and. latterly, the fair smile of the cheering sun hat only held divided empire with the cloudy aspect the lowering storm. The weather has, also, times, been extremely cold. Sharp Eas
01 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland