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PRICE OF IRISH ?? YESTERDAY. Oovernmeol Console, S per Ceat. ?? 86fr} --Stoo"'a S), ps- rant ?? ?? ?? ,:3. I ?? - Ditto, Si er Crot (r4vr) ?? 933 - - Dehentures, S peT Cent t ?? 81J Exclmt'qu r HBllA ?? ?? 351 - ?? 1j brrk Slock ?? ?? 2)01 (rrid Canal Deb., 6 par rent., ted. to 4
18 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

: - I . s~ ~ - .o4n London, April 15, 1835. There will be, I sbould. think, little businwes done this evening. The only orders of an, consequeflre that stand ii' thea list are , supply,- and "ways and means." In the h comte of eupply, Sir James Graham will bring forward the 0; n
18 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INDEPENDENCE OF CLONMEL.

INDEPENDENCE OF CLONMEL.

. i I The partial success of the enemies of the Irish people has led them to make desperate efforts for the purpose of defeating the popular choice. In every instance they relied on the support of their purse, either covertly or openly employed; secret or undi.- guised bribery w
17 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

THB FASIHONA4 BLEB WOW~j. "A IBRI? CHtRONICLE AND AUN 5? ith ?tFm C0VYRT CtICVLASJO- WSON*VDAY. tle8r Majesties arrived at Si. ?? * : c t t? '.inutes ptst two o'clocI, yesterday. if s f th p a, ?? at Windsor. . - The King gave a grand dinner I ateva to :tbe KXIighu Grand Cruoseae
20 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIBEL.

LIBEL.

- I _ j B4 - = I.. _ I J*1 -.I L, :EL-j. . .. r' 4, it1 - The follov~irvg'is tbe Dill i~cliss~tha eeosn brqs~gbt intq &f 'ittinenttoalterzhd a ,e4C~he~av ?? li~bel t-"t- . , i; ptomoter of e; liberties of a he.*opto. ;> br reputition from unwarrantableauggestion,that thelaws relt
15 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL.—FRIDAY EVENING.

THEATRE ROYAL.—FRIDAY EVENING.

THEATRE ROYAL.-FRIDAY EVENiNG. On Friday evening was performed the tr gedj of Yirgrifls. The part of Virginius: was pereonated by Masier Gustarue Vasa Brooke for that (as the story books have it,) is t!e namej of the youthful aspirant to histrionic honours, who maade bis debot in
15 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FINAL BLOW TO THE (From Second Edition of the Herald of Wednesday.) We have just received the following communication from

FINAL BLOW TO THE (From Second Edition of the Herald of Wednesday.) We have just received the following communication from

our Falmouth Correspondent, dated April 15 : "By way of Plymouth, have just received the fo'- lowlng from the Doaro, dated M. Ship Orestes, Bth instant 44 Sartorlus has run away with the fleet to England, so we may expect the Miguelites to blockade us. Sir John Doyle and Captain
19 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COIfNTY MEATH.

COIfNTY MEATH.

MEATH. Sale of Household Furniture, Farming Stock, Hay, Potaf toes, Horses, Cows, and Heifers, Phaeton and C two Jaunting Cars and a Double-baiTWrarCma %«iid Case, and excellent 'Mangle, few Port, large quantity of Manure, 4c. Ac. BE SOLD BY AUCTION, onWEDXES- DAY, the 17th of AF
17 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANKRUPTCY.

BANKRUPTCY.

Ia tlie Matter of Luke ''l HIE CommMjoners Dillon, . A this MatttJyVcnd Bankrupt. to meet the RoyellEx- change, Dublin, on W,D-NESDAY, the day APRIL instant, at hour of Three o'clock in the afternoon, to receive prpoft of debt, and atrike farther dividend, when and where the Cre
17 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TORYISM

TORYISM

admitted on all bands, that the Whigs, however they may differ, an opposition party, from their opponents—yet soon as they get into office and begin to act, tbey feel themselves constrained to act tbe Tories would have done; and do act accordingly : Thus we hare the paradox of W
17 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland