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CLOVER AND TREFOIL, Ac. ho. MICHAEL M KENNA, J 17 CAPEL STREET. / HAS on Sale bin tuonl extensive naeortmeA

CLOVER AND TREFOIL, Ac. ho. MICHAEL M KENNA, J 17 CAPEL STREET. / HAS on Sale bin tuonl extensive naeortmeA

Garden Seed*, White aod Red Clover, Wuroal, Spring Vetehea, Field Turnip*, and other F*nnjd(t Seed*, all of Which will engage to be the uiont genuine Ovality, and of at the moat moderate price*. He bat ala* Sab tad eatenaive aataitinent Fruit Tree*, Thorn*, Rooen Enwgirin*. Flow
12 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

are credibly informed that Sir Stratford Canning haa sent to the Spanish government a very energetic note, demanding of Spain to join England and France to terminate the present dis* tressed state of Portugal, on which Zea Bermudea immediately 'assembled council, and was pected
12 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TIMBER TRADE.

THE TIMBER TRADE.

There fact mentioned in tbe Tirarr, concerning the timber trade, which has been for tome time familiar to commoeial men, and which shows tbe length to which the system proledire duties applied to limber has been carried. Bonded Memel limber is shipped in this country for Canada,
12 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW JUDGES.

THE NEW JUDGES.

Forty-four officert, from the helf*paj list, ere immediately com missioned to act mcnibeis of (he courts martial, to he'd under the coercion bill. They are not to being to any regiment doing duty in Ireland,
12 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Wind, N.W.

Wind, N.W.

HIGH WATER AT DUBLIN BAR— This Morning Tide, minute, altei Evening Tide, minutes alter J P-inted by the Pro|irietor, MICHAEL and Pnb.islied Daily the Ollice, No. T, Sulfolk-sir*.-. • Su' icription, SIX POI'NDS per Anoum.
11 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ill 3 286,919

ill 3 286,919

3 286,919 the Ye*r RKVCNUK FOR THE QUARTER ENDING APRIL, 1831, COM* FARED WITH CORRESPONDING QUARTER 1832. H, ccipts. IlniiiKase. Uecieiie. Custom* _~X3117 230 ... 13628 Eieisc 2,6110 575 ... 33,615 Stamp* >.. £i2 Tale ; 509 563 59,970 Post-office 316 tH>O .. 2,000 Misecllaneoui
08 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LIMERICK CHftbNICL#.

THE LIMERICK CHftbNICL#.

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13 April 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
STEW. His Grace the DUKE of The Marquis of Headfort, The Earl of Norbury, The Lord Ttmplemore, The Lord Glandlnc,

STEW. His Grace the DUKE of The Marquis of Headfort, The Earl of Norbury, The Lord Ttmplemore, The Lord Glandlnc,

The Lord G. Hill, A D.C. ThtLo d\\Tn. I’aulett, (iBth Regiment, The Loid Frederick Paulct, Coldstream Guards, 1 Tire Count de Canclaux, 1 The Hon. Fran. Stanhope, [ Master of the Ceremoi The much admired Band pei fo’m, and Mr. Kelly’s will he in attendance. Refreshments will be
13 April 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(From the Examiner.)

(From the Examiner.)

It is amusing to observe the contortions, the writhing and twisting of the lords, while gulping down the Coercion Bill as amended by the Commons. The houseself-styled Conservative had found no fault with the measure invasive of the constitution, oiiginally proposed ; and there w
13 April 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONSERVATIVES.

THE CONSERVATIVES.

The Conservatives threaten us with great day.” Let them. The day after a similar proclamation will issue against them, and their occupation will be gone.— Evening Poet. Aprtl 13 PRIVY roUNCIL— SUPPRESSION OTOISrURBANCE BILL—KI LKENNY PROCLAIMED. A tutting if the Privy Council wa
13 April 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland