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FOURTH RACF..

FOURTH RACF..

Sweepstakes of Five Sovereigns, which the Steward* added Ten Pounds, for all horses. To be ridden Gentlemen. Same course heats—Sicond horse to save hi* stake. Weights.— years old, 9sr. 71b. ; four years old, lOst-10)b.; five years old,' 11st tlb. ; six years old and aged, 12st.
13 April 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
mittw*’* LONDON, APRIL 6. papers warlike Tiairt«»orB frtto '' •tie R tgt. '•lt. i» certaitt that to the 12lh olt.

mittw*’* LONDON, APRIL 6. papers warlike Tiairt«»orB frtto '' •tie R tgt. '•lt. i» certaitt that to the 12lh olt.

the ilßsSian fleet lt«d -nfbtleft Con»tant!hop!e. mod that it RoWm. Tor having completely duped it. So far fronribrahim Pacha retiring, organizing the ad- TSd^rna, poaacaaion of Rhoddh and Scio. » a . * > ,rted that the Trench from Alesandha (though they wul not ..pfiMi it) stat
10 April 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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13 April 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TO ARCHITECTS.

TO ARCHITECTS.

be Repaired, the Dwelling House and Premises X in the North Main-street, the of Pulteney*s Lane, in the City of Cork. Propotaff) in jwriling, will be received at the Office of Messrs, tlofas and Morgan, Solicitors, 86. South .Mall, during the eiiyuing tveef. Laurence Murphy, of
13 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PARISH OF ST. NICHOLAS.

PARISH OF ST. NICHOLAS.

Captain Nicholas Alexander and Mr. Thomas Buckley, were appointed to serve Churchwardens for the ensuing year.— James Davies K.N., Kev. tl’Conno'r, Messrs. Dillon Croker, Justin M'Sweeny, and Andrew Roche, Officers of Health. At the first Vestry, a sum 0t4371. 12s. 6d. was asses
11 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
INSTRUCTION IN DRAWING

INSTRUCTION IN DRAWING

AND PAINTING. MR. BUENAN begs lelve tojlnnounce that he has removed to No. 2, S®UTIf MALL, where, in addition to the usual Advantagwl afforded to bis Pupils, they will have an opportunity of receiving Instruction in the interesting Art of Drawing from Nature, as window of his Pa
11 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

AmEbtcan Ceiticism. —An Aineiicnn paper noticing the Vocal performances of a Mrs. Salmon gives tbe following description of her voice, which is indeed most wonderful if true voice had all the colour of the rainbow, and her great faculty was that of adapting the colour of her ton
11 April 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
.THE CHURCH SPOLIATION.

.THE CHURCH SPOLIATION.

: With-, respect iv.ihe measure of taking the present iitcumbenlS-jof, Church livings in Ireland Lord Altborp has -been obliged to give way to temonstrances of the suffering and persecuted Clergy, and the. voice of the House of Commons, In the progress of the bill be will oblige
13 April 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
LETTER 1. the only legal body to advance the interests and the rights 1 lof Ireland. However, in order to

LETTER 1. the only legal body to advance the interests and the rights 1 lof Ireland. However, in order to

understrod fully the I Tel VIE PEOPLE OF IRELAND. sa;ety and security as well the utility ut toy plans for 1 continuing wholesome agitation under the Algerine law, I'..r dearer the grass, or the Illum'd one nitre., name, It is ',actuary that I should point out briefly some aisle
13 April 1833 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland