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IRISH POOR LAWS—MEETING IN LONDON.

IRISH POOR LAWS—MEETING IN LONDON.

IRISH POOR LAWS-MEETING IN LONDONj ?? - _ - A SA . .L A meeting of the constituency of London, for the pur-1 pose of considering the propriety of petitioning Parliament! to afford relief to Ireland, by enacting poor laws for that' country, was held at Guildhall on Wednesday. Soon
26 April 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CONSISTING OF A SET OF

CONSISTING OF A SET OF

Northumberland Tables. Diawinjf-ltoom Ghaira, Tables, a very fine Pier Glass, Carpettiag, Rugs. Fender end Fire Irons, Feather Uetls, Redding, Dressing Tables, China, Itelf, &c. KITCHEN FURNITURE. ALSO, A SUPEUIOM AXO FASHIOXABLE Inside JAUNTING CAN* A BA AN ESS, Perfectly New y
12 April 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1833.

DUBLIN: TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1833.

X-41 ?. 9, 0: varmal. . f f rctillatt ?? - a ? 1. I . I ?? - ? 17 - I DqBLIN. TUEYpA Y. , X PIR 2. f 8,33. Letters have been received by a gentleman in town Prom a friend in New York.,' from. which it appears that the question of the American Tariff has been satis- factorily adju
02 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

PRICE OF IRISH ?? YESTERDAY. Oovernmeol Console, S per Ceat. ?? 86fr} --Stoo"'a S), ps- rant ?? ?? ?? ,:3. I ?? - Ditto, Si er Crot (r4vr) ?? 933 - - Dehentures, S peT Cent t ?? 81J Exclmt'qu r HBllA ?? ?? 351 - ?? 1j brrk Slock ?? ?? 2)01 (rrid Canal Deb., 6 par rent., ted. to 4
18 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

: - I . s~ ~ - .o4n London, April 15, 1835. There will be, I sbould. think, little businwes done this evening. The only orders of an, consequeflre that stand ii' thea list are , supply,- and "ways and means." In the h comte of eupply, Sir James Graham will bring forward the 0; n
18 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INDEPENDENCE OF CLONMEL.

INDEPENDENCE OF CLONMEL.

. i I The partial success of the enemies of the Irish people has led them to make desperate efforts for the purpose of defeating the popular choice. In every instance they relied on the support of their purse, either covertly or openly employed; secret or undi.- guised bribery w
17 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THF ARMY.

THF ARMY.

AB.STnACT of a RSTUnTt of ComutlssiONs in the Anfty which. have been purchased, and the Pay cancelled, up toI the let nf April;. 183. f : Ranks. hiajor' Captains Captain. Litutenant Lieutenanes Second Lieutenants Ensigns * Corrmets Adjutanut - Paymaster . Q%4rterrmasters . Cbapl
25 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PIER HEAD—DUBLIN.

PIER HEAD—DUBLIN.

* . PIEtR BEAD- RELINM - Sbomro k, ste-omvr, g9ods and passengers Commerce, steamer, goods and passenigers Widliam the Fourtb, rteamer, goods and pavsertgers, Loid Blaynoy, steamer, goods anld passenrgerzs .vourte, Simpson, mahugany ?? Castor, Rowe, general cargo ?? New Hoepe, Re
01 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

-TJIEATRI:,RQYAL < bed for IS ZyiENINOv PRI 2 ben dlb peiormed~ the. favourite Opern (written y Oy Keef), i called N ,oNTAINBLEAU. OR. OUR WAY IN FRANCE.. d Sir Jobhn Bull, Air Rlee Lord Winlove, Mr It Keoa; a T.aklaflad, Mr Brown ; SquireEallyho, Mr Johnaon; Henry. MrBdbr;Lady '
22 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MERRY ROGUES PRO ROGUED.

THE MERRY ROGUES PRO ROGUED.

THE FRTty RoUUES PRO ROGUED. TLst nieht, at the Ojvmv:ia Theatre. after a gay processianD to which the ' merru l)ANCr" contributted the Prominpnt and chiof delight, her Maje.tv, V..stris the first. Quen of these realms, from her " Pajibian Bower," prorogued' te M\ausoe. in the R
03 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland