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PUBLIC OCCURRENCES.

PUBLIC OCCURRENCES.

Shall Liberty —Thursday. Bryan Cauidy, a watchman, with a most grave and wo begone countenance, reported at Arran-quay Office, chat as he was discharging his duty silently, three roving blades accosted him, and offered to trail him to a drink: in duly bound, he scorned the tempt
15 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
0 voters being bribed on Sir A. Chichester’* *ide—five nounds was the lowest sum paid. There was no such thing

0 voters being bribed on Sir A. Chichester’* *ide—five nounds was the lowest sum paid. There was no such thing

as getting voters poll without bribery. The largest bribe he knew was fourteen pounds. Bribery was committed at former elections. Seven hundred pounds were offered on a former occasion for the fishermen; there were forty of them, but it was refused. The case closed here, and the
15 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE Man, FOREMAN, who perfectly understands the STARCH BUSINESS. A liberal Salary would be to a suitable person.

WANTED, A RESPECTABLE Man, FOREMAN, who perfectly understands the STARCH BUSINESS. A liberal Salary would be to a suitable person.

Apply to THOMAS GitACOB,22, Fomb-Street; Who has on Sale Waterford BUTTON BLUR; White and Greer's VINEGAR; Second FLOUR; Berkeley CHEESE. &c.
15 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WANTS Situation, Coachman, sfeftuly, . active .Man, who has been accustomed arive foar-in-tiand, and has a perfect knowledge of his

WANTS Situation, Coachman, sfeftuly, . active .Man, who has been accustomed arive foar-in-tiand, and has a perfect knowledge of his

buJliKss is a native of England, and ean be highly recommemjed. —Any commands addressed to A. 8., 54, Dawson-mseet, will bejreVpectfuily attended to.—Letters, post-paid.' WANTS Situation, attend Old Lady, qr..a Lady and ope or two grown Children,T|r as Upper Housemaid In a respe
15 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KING'S ROYAL MAUNDY.

THE KING'S ROYAL MAUNDY.

Ilia Majesty’s Royal Maundy was distributed on Thursday last (Maundy Thursday) 08 aged and infirm men, and 63 women, as many the King is years old, all of whom were aged above sixty years, and some of them exceeded the age of 80 years. At 12 o’clock the officers of the Almonry e
15 April 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY.

CHANCERY.

William Fulke Greville, PURSUANT lo Order madn Esq. m lhi» cause bearing date (be Plaintiff: of February last, I will on Dominick Browne, Esq. 16th of April and others, } next, one o’clock in the alter- Detendants. > noon, at Chambers, on the Inn’s quay Dublin, set up and and le
15 April 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
KILKENNY.

KILKENNY.

KllKEN N Y. T~im BoYs or KIL1LF,, NNI2--On the nightprevious to thr martial la. conmug iuto operation, -the boys of Kilk.nny` deoteralied to tielI on their liberty ss long au they could, arid tso take their ?? ot it (as thei actually expressed them. Felve-) -like tbe ?? swun, ia
15 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE RIGHT REV. DR. PHILPOTTS,

TO THE RIGHT REV. DR. PHILPOTTS,

TO TIHE RIGHT REV. DR. PIIILPOTIS, LORISD XISHn'5 bP iixEltt, "Fonrvolb, a great arltttratteiaii, Curisignia,, rationsb to perdition." MIv LoVD,-IG a ?? of yours recently delivered inyour place in the House of Lords, on the present Irish system of ausaional education, you are rep
15 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
of relief, which, even false or Jelujive, would bar® tovpended opinions, and given hope. Bui instead of this, those shallow

of relief, which, even false or Jelujive, would bar® tovpended opinions, and given hope. Bui instead of this, those shallow

rogues, the Whigs, introduce measure avowedly unconstitutional combining with many things abhorrent the people in fact, and that odious thing name and fact, martial law. This is not After having committed themselves to this act in its most obnoxious form ; after having passed th
15 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW RED CLOVERSBED.

NEW RED CLOVERSBED.

GEORGE ASH has, this day, arrived from Bridgewater a further supply of 45 Bags of Prime New Cloverseed, The growth of the South of England, engaged free of Dye. al.so, _ y 30 Bags very fine French Ofoverseed, Imported per Castor, from Bordeaux. Belfast, 11th April. 183*1. 1071
15 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland