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Ministers «■ re m>t Hid to the rt lormer’s of the Church »f Ireland. (Hear, Hear. Ihe Church of Ireland waseSertimt itself »■> onallv the pn.ntolinn »f the Protestant laith that they had at (.resent tzw.ooo Cetholic children in scriptural schmils.— Wlial «»f l.iis great point? H
11 April 1833 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSE Of LORDS—Areit 2.

HOUSE Of LORDS—Areit 2.

HOUSE LORDS—Areit 2. A pclitiom liaOn« been pn-neiiteH, The Earl nf WICK LOW «id flint r> (it the rellrCof ll* tlrrsiT br.miilit lor«*rd, anv allimlm made in'it, any hi* Mnje«t*’« (Jovtrnmcnt, though Parliament had now been «»»embie(t fur a period. A bill hart been bronaht forwar
11 April 1833 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEWRY COMMERCIAL TELEGRAPH.

THE NEWRY COMMERCIAL TELEGRAPH.

poor little Reefpoiot, who, badly wounded be wa*, had left his hammock and come on deck in the emergency, making «igna of their inability to cut away the halyard* ; and the tiller being shot away, the tchooner waa utterly unmanageable* * Let fall the foresail, men down with the
12 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
JOHN RICHEY OFFERS for Sale, at his Stores, on the Sugar House Quatt, 300 Hhth. New New- York FLAXSEED, 20

JOHN RICHEY OFFERS for Sale, at his Stores, on the Sugar House Quatt, 300 Hhth. New New- York FLAXSEED, 20

Sucks do. English CLOVERSEED, 50 Barrels VETCHES, 60 Tons Prime Sicily BARILLA, j 30 Bales Alican'e Do. 50 Tons Galway KELP, 35 Cashs V. C. TALLOW, 10 Hhds. Scale SUGAR, 8 Puncheons Old Molt $ Corn WHISKEY J. R. begs to remind his Friends he is, as usual, supplied with NEW GARDE
09 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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0 Mi*e Many Anonymous Admiral Oliver ... ... Hon and Rev B. ... ... 2 0 Alderman Abbott ... ... 0 David Co., E*qm., ... 0 Hone, E*a., ... ... 0 B Colonel Hustler, ... ... 10 B. Mullins, Esq., ... ... 10 J. S. Cooper, Esq... ... I 0 0 Lady, Surgeon Wright ... 0 and Mrs R. Hutton,
08 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. Sutter strongly objected putting two persons oominstion the tame lime. The proper way would to put down the names

Mr. Sutter strongly objected putting two persons oominstion the tame lime. The proper way would to put down the names

of certain number gentlemen, and let the pat iahioner scratch h.r them. A Parishioner: ! it most unfair put both to* gcthcr. Air. lit illy contended the legal way was to put both ehurcbwsrJi together. Mr. Suiter denied that Mr. O’Reilly was correct in bit law. A ishioner suggest
10 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

tg>KDOX, MOWDAT. The account* received morning from Parit relative to the state of the East, hate produced uneasiness in the money market, and caused a alight decline in Consola, which are quoted for the account, with, however, but little business uoing. Four o’Clocc. —Conaols f
10 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LETTERS OF MR. O CONNELL.

LETTERS OF MR. O CONNELL.

The Volunteers of Ireland decided upon an important step, when they solemnly recorded their unmeasured confidence, and deposited their political power into the hands of Mr- O’Connell, whenever they shall be silenced by futcible enactments. In pursuance of the duties which devolv
08 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PILOT.

THE PILOT.

12 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HEMP.

HEMP.

The duty amounts only about 0001 The rate abut 41. 13s. per ton, about cent. The House will recollect, that last year called tbeir atuntion to this subject. The duty levied this article is at once the must absurd and the moat instrout of any to your cuttoms ; for whilst you tax
12 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland