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THE LATE PROCLAMATION.

THE LATE PROCLAMATION.

E * . -L ; ?? THlE LATE -FROCLAMAIJON. It- I- I ly On Moeday we adverted to the frigllttfl seie-ity e of applying the ptovisionr of L r0 0 sre a coiicive act to tlhe ity of Kilkenny, and chal rn ed tbe'lrish to government to point out a single act committed ?? within the precinct
11 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RETRIBUTIVE JUSTICE.

RETRIBUTIVE JUSTICE.

RFTRL!i.u FIVE Jusucs, Already haye the Whiga begun to taste the fruits of their political perlidy ilk the contempt a;.4i repro- bation of every party in the uiited kingdom. There s Rnot an interest in the nation of whatever nature woevsj, whether political, commercial, or agricu
13 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POST OFFICE.

THE POST OFFICE.

I.. I 'o - n i i ?i": ?? - 1. . , - -7 , , ?? ?-TRE ?? FRI ?? 111,7 , N, . I )f ?? I .i We revgrt t4sieobliged to state; that t l n Pdiv generail rly-jflie o. 32tab'iu i-rr leijrA * ir a fi F~L~t sisim^ scaen Ontha.inoetsae. An -: sioil mistake ia ?? willingly make allhe. for Vki
13 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTATIONS LAST WEEX.

IMPORTATIONS LAST WEEX.

Wheat. Barley. Oat*. Bye. Beans. Peas. Flour English 10311 5 1178 SOO £OOB Scotch 2UI 55 100 Irish 4038 37 11951 3WU Foreign IG9 ARRIVALS FOR THE QUARTER ENDING MARCH 30. Wheat, Barley. Oats. Bye. Beans. Peaa. Flour. English 81252 126213 51411 20312 Scotch SOW 5271 37902 - 1212
11 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY. Charles Atkinson, Esq., TN pursuance of the De-1 A cree of his Majesty’s High William Atkinson, Esq., Q f

CHANCERY. Charles Atkinson, Esq., TN pursuance of the De-1 A cree of his Majesty’s High William Atkinson, Esq., Q f

Chancery in Ireland, and others, | made in this Cause, bearing date ■. ■■■■ J the day of June, 1821, will, on Tuesday, the day of April next, at the hour of One o’Clock in the afternoon, at my Chambers, on the Innaquay, Dublin, set and Sell Public Cant, to the highest and faires
13 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
a COUNTY LIMEBICK SESSTONS. extraordinary trial—the police. i.» <r«l b«rd. T«*«d»y, when f^ district of Liinetick wo» th»t*f Thomat Thomas

a COUNTY LIMEBICK SESSTONS. extraordinary trial—the police. i.» <r«l b«rd. T«*«d»y, when f^ district of Liinetick wo» th»t*f Thomat Thomas

Tracy, the mu '?*"’ y, Anne Tracy, who wft* indicted for rewcumg <«* “* r . *y oI Janusr) last, from the custody of Gerald Adams, Tracy; elder, was shout seventy years old, quite “«,J much stooped. John Tracy was..tout, «t.T,1«k...g 38 Tears of age , the other male Was a sitjlir
13 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW RED CLOVERSEED.

NEW RED CLOVERSEED.

GEORGE ASH has, this day, arrived from Bridgewater further supply oSr A 45 Bags of Cloverseed, The growth of the South of England, engaged free of Dye. Belfast, 2d April, 1833. CARTHAGENA BARILLA. WINE, CLOVEIISEED, & FLAXSEED. THE SUBSCRIBER is Landing the CARGO of the ' Ayf no
11 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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