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FATAL ACCIDENT.

FATAL ACCIDENT.

Yesterday evening, about seven o'clock, aa a dairyman named Keegkn, from Exchange-street, was drlriug bit and dray along the Coal-quay, the horae became reative—daehed upon the flags, and ran the dray with auch violence against the Llffey-wall, that gave way ; the horae continnl
12 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARRICKFERGUS ELECTION.

CARRICKFERGUS ELECTION.

The Mail of Wednesday did not arrive until eleven o'clock this morning; and we displace a portion of the matter prepared for this day's publication, order to make room for the proceedings before the Committee on Wednesday, and which have been furnished to us by our Special Parli
12 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REVISION OP THE DRILL SYSTEM.

REVISION OP THE DRILL SYSTEM.

REVISION THE DRILL SYSTEM. The Board for the Revision' of * the Drill of the Army having continued Its sittings daring the whole of the past week has adjourned until the 22d instant. Sir John Cameron, Sir Edward Blakeney, and most of the other members have left town to attend the
12 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
It appears requisition signed several of the Gentlemen now serving theofKee of High Sheriff in the Counties Ireland, that a

It appears requisition signed several of the Gentlemen now serving theofKee of High Sheriff in the Counties Ireland, that a

general meeting of thosq great and ancient public functionaries is convened for Thursday, 18th inst., then to take place at Morrison’* Great Hoorn, Davraon-street, at o’clock. The object nf this Meeting is to take into consideration the Ministerial plan in contemplation for the
12 April 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Mathematical, JPhlio.vopMrnt, <S' IVnuticnl SCHOOL ,* PATRICK COIXOZ.X.Y, Principal. AT a Public Examination, hzld in this Academy oo the ith

Mathematical, JPhlio.vopMrnt, <S' IVnuticnl SCHOOL ,* PATRICK COIXOZ.X.Y, Principal. AT a Public Examination, hzld in this Academy oo the ith

imtant, the following young Gentlemen obtained premium?, and nere put at the head of their reepectire classes, vl*.; Mathew Wallace—Arithmetic, Ilooh-kceplng, t'sc the Globes, Algebra, Gcometry.Trigonometry, both plain and spherical, with their application to Mensuration, Survey
12 April 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE—AN IRISH TERMAGANT

LONDON POLICE—AN IRISH TERMAGANT

LONDON POLICE-AN IRISH TERMA-GANT I Mary Wood, alittle Irishwooman of most violent temper, was charged with abusing Mr. Joseph R-obey. The prison- 'er has been repeatedly convicted of acts of violence. On one occasion she cut her mother's head open, and nearly killed her, for whi
12 April 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REMINISENCES OF MR. STANLEY.

REMINISENCES OF MR. STANLEY.

R.M I 1SCEN C ES ( ,OF N MR. STAIN I Forstan et haic olim nttcrlaillrse Ju- ? l "' j A rapid seview of the chief crimes and blundrs of tofe lae ! Secretaryahip~rm~y not be unacceptblle at-the present morn1Ft.F Our readers most excuse usif tbe epi'ome ie incomplete 'lbe subject is
12 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

TIIE AFFAIRS OF TIIE EAST-ViE AFFATIIS OF IauitAiitt-4ts- l'tiE PRtOSCtM ON OF TilD THItUNE BY TtlI CHtAMtBERh 6F DI PUTIE6. TO THE EDITOR OF T1UE 6yoR"NG CURIoNICL Paris, April 6i. Sir, -My prediaitons arerealised-and that notinsubstance ?? to the very letter! IMehetet Ali haa
12 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SALE OF STOCK

SALE OF STOCK

SALE STOCK TO SOLD AUCTION, at Mucklon, in the County of Galway, 2Gth day APRIL Inst., the following Stock, the property of GEORGE KELLY, Esq Two Years old Ewes with Lambs, Hoggets, Ewes, 130 Two Years old Wethers, 20 Thrle Years old do. 50 Wether Hoggets, GO Lainhs, Rams, 12 Cow
12 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A COERCIVE BILL FOR THE WEST INDIES.

A COERCIVE BILL FOR THE WEST INDIES.

is rumoured that bill contcmplanatlon, if not In actual preparation, for bringing the West Indies into some sort of order.. It. said to be upon the principle ot the Irish Coercive Bill, and, what is curious, is most approved of by those of the Cabinet who were least favourable t
12 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland