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EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF CRUELTY.

EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF CRUELTY.

OXFOlD CIICUI''-G.LOUCESTERt, APRIL 8. Anne Wilkins, aged 24, who appeared with ain infant in her arms, was charged with ill-treating ?? Anne Keates, her servant. Henry Lines-I live near the prisoner's house. I know Mary Anne Keates. She has no mother, and her father is paralyti
16 April 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WHIG MINISTERS.

THE WHIG MINISTERS.

Of the Whigs, no man say* God save them.’'— They seem to be despised and disowned even by those who had placed on them their firmest reliances ; by those who knew what they were is unnecessary to say, that the whole of their policy is held in abhorrence. Of the Whig-and- Radical
16 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

At Glanmire Church, the Rev. Henry Johnson, William Henry Conner, son of the late Daniel Conner, of Ball)bricken, Esq., to Jane Cassandra, youngest daughter of the Rev. Charles Eustace, of Robcrstown, In the countv of Kildare. At Ballmaclough Church, on Easter Tuesday, Ihe Very
16 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EAST INDIA COMPANY

THE EAST INDIA COMPANY

A court of proprietors of E«t I.idis Cotnpsny is held »t the beginning of next week consider the pro of the gor rnment for trrsngemrnl of the q evior.s Which srisson the expirstion of the Company’s term. Thru it will for the adrsntsge the Coropsny secept tbs p-opmals—itm Hie pro
16 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
frUnd, Mr. S«ir«t»ry D«ryrr, or pmUitbcd with r«*l wgn* turn in tb« Pilot, which icqncM to give tpccc f. r

frUnd, Mr. S«ir«t»ry D«ryrr, or pmUitbcd with r«*l wgn* turn in tb« Pilot, which icqncM to give tpccc f. r

(neb in KTtion, If lueb reform a* I bare auggetted had taken plaee f are tbould then bare corporation e mpetrnt aod to look into all tba frauda committed on the property which ought, .of right, to belong the eitiaena for eirie and where the fraud was 100 complicated nature to nn
16 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEWRY COMiMERCIAL TELEGRAPH.

THE NEWRY COMiMERCIAL TELEGRAPH.

THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH. Pat. Quin. —saw crowd that day—saw Michael Quin —was with him—got him sitting in his own bouse—will take his oath he, Michael Quin, was not with the crowd. Cross-examined.—Cannot tell the week or month—there was no crowd on the 1 urnip- hill—the day the crowd
16 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
COMPLETION OF THE WAVERLEY NOVELS. Vol. XLVII. of this Work is published this day. Vol. XLVIIL, which completes the Edition,

COMPLETION OF THE WAVERLEY NOVELS. Vol. XLVII. of this Work is published this day. Vol. XLVIIL, which completes the Edition,

and will contain copious Glossary, appears on Ist May. Printed for Robert Cadsll, Edinburgh ; Who will likewise have ready on Ist May, 1. The CONTINUATION of the WAVERLEY NOVELS after Woodstock, in 7 vols. Bvo., and 2 vols. of Introductions, Notes, and Glossary; in all, 9 vols.
16 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
F IRISH S'

F IRISH S'

IRISH S' Monday. Tuesday
16 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
! There were four Reporters present—men well EASTER TERM. Dublin—and, we believe, .11 competent and re- Yesterday being the first

! There were four Reporters present—men well EASTER TERM. Dublin—and, we believe, .11 competent and re- Yesterday being the first

day of term, the Judges opened _ , , , the courts with the usual formalities, e. Instead of a letter of his own, then, why did he Jn th<| King , Ben( . h Judge j briefl y addressed the genupon these Reporters, or any of them, to come for- 0 f the city grand jury. He informed the
16 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ON DEAL ENDS. ON BATTENS.

ON DEAL ENDS. ON BATTENS.

DEAL ENDS. BATTENS. S3 0 18 £1 3» per ISO 26 IS 0 0 £1 per ISO ™ 0 3 11 Or 607 2-50 loads of timber at 10s per load £333 10 5 So that 667 2-50 cubic loads of wood in the balk (or raw material), imported from the Baltic, pays duty ~ 1,834 7 2 Ft out the American coloniei, only . 3
16 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland