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TO THE NOBILITY* AND GENTRY OF IRELAND PAINTINGS

TO THE NOBILITY* AND GENTRY OF IRELAND PAINTINGS

TO THE NOBILITY* AND GENTRY IRELAND PAINTINGS Cleaned, Lined, and Restored, and Collections arranged JAMES AND JOHN GERNON, Successors their Father, the late M. Qtsnox, under the the Firm of M. SONS,' 31, Molea worth - street, Dublin, Patronized by his Excellency the Lord Lieuten
08 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY HILDA RE. TO BE LET, OSBERSTOWN HILL HOUSE and OFFICER with Seventy-six Acres Prime Land, situated within M miloofNaas.

COUNTY HILDA RE. TO BE LET, OSBERSTOWN HILL HOUSE and OFFICER with Seventy-six Acres Prime Land, situated within M miloofNaas.

Apply at the Premises.
08 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEMORABUES FOR MARCH—BV PAT PRV

MEMORABUES FOR MARCH—BV PAT PRV

The March of Intellect, the March ot Corruption, the Duke of Wellington's March, and the March ot Reform, all inu9t yield the pa* to this—the March of Arbitrary Power—which, despite the counter March of Bluster and Rhetoric, bids fair to check even the March of Agitation. His Ma
08 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FALL IN THE FUNDS.

FALL IN THE FUNDS.

At the Londoo Exchangi-, 'i’hunday, Bank Stock fell suddenly from to 103. It «ai reported that eery unfavorable neat had transpired respeoting the Bank Charter. Consols fell from to 87}. London, Fatoar —Good Friday being close holiday ibt publia ofiicee and edTee-rooins were all
08 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE QUARTERS REVENUE.

THE QUARTERS REVENUE.

Abstractor the Net Produce of the REVENUE of Great Britain, in the Years and Quarters ended 3tb Ap-il, l&U and 1»33, showing the Increase or Decrease ur.der e cb bead thereof. Receipts. increase. Decrease, Customs Excise '£ 16,616 254. 14 6 433,aJU8 5,0t)3 1,331.000 69. Stamp* •
08 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Irish Church Temporalities.

Irish Church Temporalities.

The Speaker then left the Chair, and the Mouse resolved itself into committee on the church Ireland reform bill. Lord ALTHORP, rising to more the second resolu- tion, wished to make few observations to the committee. In the discussion of last night, the Right Hon. Baronet (Sir R
08 April 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IBdlkst CljtTOfde.

IBdlkst CljtTOfde.

CljtTOfde. after all, so I goes about every way t get the hook free, bu 1 nothing would do. At last he vexed a J didn’t care farthing what become of the ro tackle; I gave a terrible whip, and tossed something over y head into the bushes behind. Yourself a«d all that came before y
08 April 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
iJdl’Jb JU4L PA HU A MEM T. HOUSE COMMONS—WtuitiioAT. Tito SvcAlci took the cl ttreWe o'clock. The Clerk of the

iJdl’Jb JU4L PA HU A MEM T. HOUSE COMMONS—WtuitiioAT. Tito SvcAlci took the cl ttreWe o'clock. The Clerk of the

C'own attended amend the iclu'ntfor Longford count} ted the borough of Sootlianipton, confo m•blf ibe tlceiion eammittces, yea- BELFAST pr«a«Qted petition from Cohen, ®f Cnnickfergut, beard the bar of the bouse by agents, and witnesses. a««in*t it© Dublin bnd London attain oavig
08 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COVENTRY ELECTION

COVENTRY ELECTION

Sir MOSLEY brought the repott the committee which was appointed to try the merits the petition Wm and others, complaining of an undue re.um for the cty Coventry. The committee had determined that Edward Ellice. . and Henry Bulwer, , duly dec led. and that neither the petition no
08 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH JURY BILL.

IRISH JURY BILL.

The New Jury Bill was, after some discussion, road a second time in the House of Lords, on Tuesday night, and we confess it is some relief to us to turn our attention at length from statements of outrages, and discussion upon trials by Court Martial, to other mutters, which, if
08 April 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland