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HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Friday, March 29. DISTURBANCE, IRELAND, BIAX. f Debate continued from our last.) Air. WILBRAHAM approved of thin Bill ifs peneral principles, but strongly objected the court martial danse, as a departure from the constitution. Thia clause certainly bad been considerably modified
04 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
terrwx'n, little exceed* 4..W) hhd*; and tiem**. In the Refined market, there i* little alteration, large Lump f*l«, C'ru«het) «»s.

terrwx'n, little exceed* 4..W) hhd*; and tiem**. In the Refined market, there i* little alteration, large Lump f*l«, C'ru«het) «»s.

the Utter i. lower ; good* are better fruity, and are offered rather lower terms. Th»s afternoon, the qualities entitled the hount* , n double refined, hare, In a few instances, been mill many of th«* reflr.ers refute those prices, demanding f«l Is more The low descriptions cont
04 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
morrow on second resolution* Which, In fact, was the real subject of debate. In this proposition the Chanck.li.or of the

morrow on second resolution* Which, In fact, was the real subject of debate. In this proposition the Chanck.li.or of the

Exciif.qi acquiesced. The first resolution was agreed to, the House was resume , and the Chairman reported progjess and obtained leave to sit again next day. mr. dillon. . , medical gentleman of the name of Lavisc havmg called to the har, stated his conviction that Mr. Dillon wa
04 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF TIPPF.RARY.

COUNTY OF TIPPF.RARY.

COUNTY TIPPF.RARY. On Friday, the 2 - d instant, the school-house tt Urrard, near Feiinor, in the barony Slievar* was entered in the open day by man armed with blunderbuss, who presented it at the schoolmaster, and swore if did not leave the country immediately, to have his cotli
04 April 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
MURDF.H OF A POLICF.MAN,

MURDF.H OF A POLICF.MAN,

MURDF.H A POLICF.MAN, Yesterday evening a party of the Duleek poliae were patruling on the road bordering the demesne, when they fell in with three men whom lltey callee upon to stand ; two of them submitted, but the third fled pursued by one of the constables, who fired, with th
04 April 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
SELECTIONS.

SELECTIONS.

Hints Ladiks Furnishing Apartments Tlie apnrimen is were three in number, small, hut curiously arrange,! for accommodation. IJlue satin formed the draperies, with small ottomans, and one large couch simply mattrassed, whi.- was used for IWnovine’s nightly repose; and muslin curt
04 April 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LANDS AND HOUSES. HOUSE & GARDEN, OH LODGINGS TO^KT, ON the Sunday’s Well Hoad, adjoining Kino. The HOUSE contain* Dn*wing-Too«»

LANDS AND HOUSES. HOUSE & GARDEN, OH LODGINGS TO^KT, ON the Sunday’s Well Hoad, adjoining Kino. The HOUSE contain* Dn*wing-Too«»

r , P»- lour, 5 Beil-r«»oms, with Kitchen, Cellars,Pantrie*, ?ie. wotilil. be let together, separate. Apply S*V!*•»•*. Patrit k street. ■ March ‘29. TO BE LET, r TWO DWELUNG HOUSES in Tuckey-jtreef'.— . They’,are in perfect repair and in a good situation for bgs!« w - ness. Appl
04 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DANIEL ON THE WOOLSACK!

DANIEL ON THE WOOLSACK!

At the moment tint write—where think you, courteous reader, that Daniel—our own -Daniel—-ilainty, dainty Daniel— Irish Daniel—Dun-rfe-.fc«« is silting? Byall that’s ludicrouson the English Equity Bench ! Yea, on the yery judgment seat of the-Chaneery in Westminster! Ye Powers! h
04 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TRIAL OF OFFENCES (IRELAND.)

TRIAL OF OFFENCES (IRELAND.)

TRIAL OFFENCES (IRELAND.) On the motion of Mr. this hilt waa read second time, it being understood that the discussion on the principle of the bill, well on its details, was to taken on the motion that tha House do go iuto.Cuaimiuce upon it. AUIA ESU.MATES. The House having resol
04 April 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Account* received Saturday left the troop* at Ceylon, the 28th November, all well, though the cholera committed dreadful havoc amongst the military, particularly in the7Bth Highlanders, who lost 110 men out of 4 companies. The S3rd will not move to Dublin until the arrival of Si
04 April 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland