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Uo»vn ana Fermanagh.

Uo»vn ana Fermanagh.

To he SOLD bg AUCTION, at the AUCTION MART of Messrs. HYNDMAN, Castle-Place, Belfast, on MONO AY, the 291h dag of April, inst., at the hour of ONE o'clock. Afternoon, if not previously SOLD hg PRIVATE CONTRACT, pursuant to a certain Trust Deed, hearing date the 25th day of Janua
04 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUN I.IFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. MANAGERS. Chari.ES Polk, Esq., Chairman. Houlton, E»q. Felix Ladbroke, Esq. ~ |)i ;i lU PieyJell Bouverie,

SUN I.IFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. MANAGERS. Chari.ES Polk, Esq., Chairman. Houlton, E»q. Felix Ladbroke, Esq. ~ |)i ;i lU PieyJell Bouverie,

Chailes Shaw Lefevre, E»q. M,P. j, 1 Hon. Lindsay, Wi-’ltatofe&q.. _ iCharie.Little.la'e.fc,. r ~,, Campbell, ion., E-iJ. Henry Little.l ile, Esij. „ (Vke.ell, &.|. !<i«orge W. Norman, E«i. Oorrtea, F.-q. John Pea.se, E;-,. M.P. Borneo, inn. EM. ,Br.ee Pe.rse, Eso. Dell For<i, E
04 April 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
that house were thus to be threatened—the consequence must soon be that a brutal mob outside tba doors would soon

that house were thus to be threatened—the consequence must soon be that a brutal mob outside tba doors would soon

dictate those within.— For his part, even if the life were to follow that ol character, be would stand up for the freedom of debate, for the real and true interest* of genuine liberty, as opposed to the licentiousness, which was its most deadly adversary, and now appeared in its
04 April 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
I.UIID CI.ONCUUUY AND TUB HUSH TRIESTS.

I.UIID CI.ONCUUUY AND TUB HUSH TRIESTS.

THE STANJ»AHI>. most diverting delwtc took plii-e Tuesday at the • Irish Volunteers," in Puhlin. A Mr. John Reynolds drew the attention of this respectable society speech attributed to Lord noncurry, which was worthy of the direst punishment. His Lordship had aaid that the pries
04 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

,/ ?? ( / ^- ' ELES RELLLY -A :92, ru~ht., +N, CEGS leave to the Trade a large quantity of we~l jreiearva RgASPBERRY JUICE; Anl is ?? 3 ko(arwnd R ned Sugir. Ilis St:res coutain a !veii qeiteotd:O;k4 94 W+xags iW Wood ?? BfoTtle. B.-Old Whiskey,' Bensecrlo aud Cape Wines, in tbeI
04 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
deaths.

deaths.

the ult., Glendoen Otehe, near Letterkermy, the Ke». Joseph Stopford, DO. E«. Fellow .d r.nity College, Dublin, and for many years Rector of the parish of Con wall, countv of Donegal. On the 23.1 lilt, at the house of her son-m-la-. the Rev Robert Alexander, of Mrs. VClmtock, re
04 April 1833 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
RESOLUTIONS TO BC PROPOSED BT LORD VISCOUNT ALTHOKP.

RESOLUTIONS TO BC PROPOSED BT LORD VISCOUNT ALTHOKP.

1 Thst it it tlic opinion of this committee, that it ex* pedient the Loid Lieutenant of Ireland should be auihuiised to appoint ecclesiastical commisaioncrt for the purpose of carrying into effect any act that may be passed in the present session of parliament to alter and amend
04 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPIRIT £&THIS PUBLIC JOURNALS.

SPIRIT £&THIS PUBLIC JOURNALS.

SPIRIT PUBLIC JOURNALS. OBSEItVAMCB THE SABBATH." It w*r* really t» be’ triAeJl, that nt*»Boo« people 8«otr«D<l vbolif (m Mtukcd wUb, the triuippb of darltenhin o*cr epfaeopiioy to their region, aod pouM rcflaln from bAractiog tbair iota)here to tonpept, *« Epg- Itttliiicn will a
04 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE REV. ISAAC ASHE, Ji n*

TO THE REV. ISAAC ASHE, Ji n*

TO THE REV. ISAAC ASHE, n* Hkv. Sir—-I did not reply to your letter addressed tome through the Krening -the omission arose from my feeling that your letter was written under mistake of so marked kind, and one so generally known to he such among the Clergy, that 1 did not feel it
04 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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04 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland