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poking .bout little. found my way in. and Mated myself on very comfortable bench, Which I much preferred to the

poking .bout little. found my way in. and Mated myself on very comfortable bench, Which I much preferred to the

n»«4ted had left. But I had scarcely time to falicitato myself the agreeable cjiaage. before, pef^niii bIS. with badge hung^h-^.^*^ piled, sharp uncivil tone, mngnlarly at variance with his question, that Member’s Gallery, ®r must go round into the Strangers (Sail y. some diffic
05 April 1833 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
FEMALE EDUCATION, . 15, UPPER TEMPLE-STREET. / MRS. MR. MORGA.IT,

FEMALE EDUCATION, . 15, UPPER TEMPLE-STREET. / MRS. MR. MORGA.IT,

05 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FASHION AND TABLE TALK.

FASHION AND TABLE TALK.

Tb* Lanidovnt enuruined « p«*»J dinner Sunday, Lanadownc bousv, Berkeley ; Tig whom were Lord Osmantown, Sir John and H*.b ouae. Sir t.. Cudriogum, lire Han. Tboiwar and Lady Theodo'ia Spring Rree, Si* C, Doyk, Mr. T, Moore, Mr. Blake, ha. Barra or Wm. Chsigncau Colrille. E q..
05 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BELFASTBFRIDAY, APRIL 5. T IIE SLAVERY QUESTION. IT is now regarded as tolerably Crtaill, that the Mh inistry have resolved upon the abolition of shiverY in thle ColoieS, and the chief question to be considered is; that which relates to the conservative p)ovisions which may he r
05 April 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DYING BARD'S PROPHECY.

THE DYING BARD'S PROPHECY.

THE DYING BIARD'S PROPHECY.' By MRS. IIEMANS. (Fromn the Dublin Unriversity VfgeazieJfor April.) All is nor lost-the unconlrqterable will And courage never to submit or yield." CITLTOl,. TilE Hall of Harps is lone to-night, Arnd cold the chieftain's hearth It bath no mead, it bat
05 April 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AUCTIONS, HARHINGTON GALLERY DMUSEUM. 5, GREAT DENMARK STREET. ' / OSBItOirAND SONS, 34, MQLESWORTH-STREET, * HAVE the honor to nmioonce

AUCTIONS, HARHINGTON GALLERY DMUSEUM. 5, GREAT DENMARK STREET. ' / OSBItOirAND SONS, 34, MQLESWORTH-STREET, * HAVE the honor to nmioonce

to the Gentry, tod the Public, tint they have received inttrnetioD* from the Tnwten of Hear* Herrtacton, Eng., to SUBMIT TO AUCTION, On MONDAY, the lAth Anvil, and followtiie day*, . THE. THIBD PART Of thi* moat unprecedented Celleettoo, com none with the . CONCHOLOOY, . ' Conai
05 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADJOURNED SITTING

ADJOURNED SITTING

The Spiakex took the eh soon after liv* clock. A person from the office the Chamberlain London presented sccounts of tbe orphan’s fund. SOUTH AMP I ON ELECTION. Lord R. GROSVENOR reported from the select com mitiee that James Barlow Hoy, Esq , was not duly elected, •od that John
05 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

TO SOLD BY AUCTION, in Hillstreet, No. 92, adjoining the late Dr. Henderson’s Academy, in the Town Newer, on THURSDAY the 18th Inst., a Variety WHITE anil BLACK MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECES; alio, TOMBSTONES and HEAD STONES, all of the beat quality, which will be Sold without Reserve.
05 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
CARRICKFERGUS ELECTION COMMITTEE.

CARRICKFERGUS ELECTION COMMITTEE.

The proceedings of this Committee will found elsewhere, and subjoin the Special Report which it has beetktbought necessary to make. Some strange mistake and unaccountable misapprehension appears to exist with respect to\he books, letters, and documents of the Conservative Societ
05 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONGFORD ELECTION.

LONGFORD ELECTION.

Colonel WOOD brought up tc* of the select er mmittec appointed to inquire into the merits of ibe petition against the return White, q , and Jacnra Hatpin Rorke, Kaq , for tbc county of Longford. The committee reported (bat the said Luka Whim, £ q., and J-mre Hatpin Rotke, E-q ,
05 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland