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THURSDAY—EIGHTH DAY.

THURSDAY—EIGHTH DAY.

THURSDAY —EIGHTH DAY. (FROM THE SPECIAL PARLIAMENTARY SPONDENT OF THK EVENING MAIL.) The Committee met this morning eleven o'clock— The Committee-room was shortly after cleared, and or (iinnry business was not proceeded with before twelve, ite doors being opened and strangers adm
01 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN MARKETS,

THE DUBLIN MARKETS,

FOR ENDING SATURDAY, MARCH .10. PROVISION'S—The markets this week were In general well supplied with all kinds ot' provisions, which met a more favourable Rale that of last week. Coot butter ot fine fresh quality continues brisk demand, ot lid. per lb.; however that of coarse qu
01 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW SOUTH WALES.

NEW SOUTH WALES.

Mr. Logan, the Australian agent, has kindly favored u» 'Willi the following extract of letter his possession, addressed family in this city, hy their relative in the above colony, who, with his wife and child, emigrated Sydney about twelve months since •• It with bsatif.lt pleas
01 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY CO It K ASSIZES—W«dii»»a* CASTLBPOOK MCRDER—CONVICTION. M/. P«DBef*cher catered the court half-part o'clock motßiog, for the pur poet heaiiog

COUNTY CO It K ASSIZES—W«dii»»a* CASTLBPOOK MCRDER—CONVICTION. M/. P«DBef*cher catered the court half-part o'clock motßiog, for the pur poet heaiiog

the import ant trial ariting out of the aeeau the pariah Ca»tl« i>ock the CTk Sepumhar last. Ti*e juror* very ibio, and mote lh*« an hour aad half emoted b*foro the jury wa* tworn. The panel •** twice over an fioeaof 101 hut the learned judge having sued the fine* to he to 501-,
01 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

LOS DI S*TU«D*T. T*e English ate h‘<'her thu morning, sud Vt-'V 6<rn. Con-ol» for 6ifi- Fo«a lock —Consols ; di fo< Account 87|. MINISTERIAL CHANGES There Is doul.t that Mr. Edwird fcllire will succeed Sir John Cat! Hobhouse, Secrelfy Wsr, when certain renters connected with the
01 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
a uanoNS

a uanoNS

Sale To-Morrow. SUGAR AUCTION. OHN HARRISON will Sell AUCTION, at ®.je his Stores, Donegall-Quay, on TUFjSDAY next, April, at TWELVE o’clock (to close Sales,) S ) Tierces *>SCAAe?SUGAR, Barrels Lately landed, ex ihe Jmjan, from Berbice. March 28th, 1833. Sale To-Morrow. AUCTION
01 April 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORK ASSIZES—Friday.

CORK ASSIZES—Friday.

CORK ASSIZES— Friday. BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. ! F' : -ri Dnnlevie v. St. George Ryder Barry. Mr. Coppitiger opened the pleadings—lt was action of assumpsit to damages for breach of protmso o» marriage made by the defendant the plaintiff. damages were laid at .£3OOO ; and t
01 April 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
a year is estimated

a year is estimated

ot' tl.sij, tons eaeii, brought ai besides tons land ri quarters wheat; about 80,000/. vail 21,000,0u01b5. of butter; 1 and spirits to the 1,000,000/. barrels of ale and porter, of .oi3 j: ■ «*-,.lKms spirits • (> /,9 ji-.jilons milk, the prod ami are amuially 11 . . A Patient J
01 April 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH AND ENGLISH WOOLLEN DRAPERY. t^akfsti• • LUKE DILLON supplied Pl >ortun,t y °f informing bis Friends and Public, that

IRISH AND ENGLISH WOOLLEN DRAPERY. t^akfsti• • LUKE DILLON supplied Pl >ortun,t y °f informing bis Friends and Public, that

his Warehouse at present dilTerent vMu//tiV. I ron or ,(, f,, llionable ? ,,ort . ment of evel * rticle in Meicery Line. As the Irish Goods uccoia/i/iata-their Countrymen and ewefieid, either in texture or color, be should most strongly recommend them the notief his toted For on
01 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROTECTOR FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, ,o/,n j»iri»r ; J.vn bkorxt strf.kt. r.ox No. 40, HIGH-STREKT, SOUTHWARK; No. 9, CAVENDISH-ROW. RUTLAND-SQL DUnLIJJ,

PROTECTOR FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, ,o/,n j»iri»r ; J.vn bkorxt strf.kt. r.ox No. 40, HIGH-STREKT, SOUTHWARK; No. 9, CAVENDISH-ROW. RUTLAND-SQL DUnLIJJ,

Capital—Fl VE MILLIONS. THIS Company is founded upon the principle of Division of its Profit*— Two-thirds the Insured, and One-third to the Shareholders. The rates of Premium have been considerably reduced, amounting, on the first class of Insurances, to per cent, ; and the term
01 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland