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NEW LAW OF LIBEL.

NEW LAW OF LIBEL.

A Bill has been introduced by Sir F. Vincent to amend the libel laws. The preamble proposes to abolish. the distinction betweei civil alid crjniminal cases-repeals the act of the 32d Geo. III. providing ainoingst other tilhigs, that Juries might give a verdict upon the 'whole mn
16 April 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON—FRIDAY, APRIL 12.

LONDON—FRIDAY, APRIL 12.

L ONDON-FRIDA Y, APRIL 12. SERious RTOT AT FIiANKFORT.-The Paris papers report a serious disturbance to have taken place at Frankfort on the AMaine in the night of the 3rd inst. under the very walls of the Chamber of the Diet of the Germanic confederation. The principal actors in
16 April 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL CIGAR DIVAN. MONS. BELMONTS

ROYAL CIGAR DIVAN. MONS. BELMONTS

BEGS to acquaint the Gentlemen of Cork and its Vicinity, that he has opened, cxpence, a CIGAR DIVAN, READING AND OOFFEE ROOMS in the Parisian and London style, at Princes-Street, where Gentlemen can be with Cigars of the first quality. Coffee, Tea and Chocolate, from Nine the Mo
16 April 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST. CARTHAGENA BARILLA, Wine, Vloverseetl, 4' ftaxeced./ THE SUBSCRIBER is landing the CARGO the Agenoria, from CARTHAGENA eod BEN CARLO,

BELFAST. CARTHAGENA BARILLA, Wine, Vloverseetl, 4' ftaxeced./ THE SUBSCRIBER is landing the CARGO the Agenoria, from CARTHAGENA eod BEN CARLO,

322 Bales Prime BARILLA, • 80 Pipes, Wills, and Quarter Casks RED WIRE i And bat on Sale, 100 Bags Red and White CLOVERSEED, 20 Do. Old Dutch CLOVERSEED, 80 Hhds. New Dutch FLAXSEED. LEWIS REFORD. 167 BzLrAsr, Ist April, 1833*
16 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TUESDAY, APRIL 9.

TUESDAY, APRIL 9.

The Court sat this morning a little before 10 o’clock. The following Petit Jury was sworn : John Guy (Foreman), Francis White, Francis Jennings, Samuel Bailie, James Crawford, Edward Burke, Dominick Sharkey, Richard Harcourt, Thomas M'Lsughlin, James Bernard Coleman and William
16 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
COFFEES.

COFFEES.

Tbe Carries ire rossted and prenared f.T nsc on the roost improved principle*—tWa adeetiona wade, the tou.ide.l ant the tsar yirftfea ahut, nnd aneh a* mait Purcbaaer bevei age of tho finest and moot delieirt fiavor. THE WINES- The Safaaeribcr imports his Wsae.*V«<f> Spain, Port
16 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW BARRISTERS.

NEW BARRISTERS.

Yc*t«rda; ih« following gentlemen w«r« called to the Bir; £. O'Connor, VViUun) Patterson Leaiham, G. Tboropso , Patrick Lstlllc, John Galway Holmes, H. B. DarKy, John M’Muilea, and Robert J. Tennant, a. IRISH SOAP TRADE. haea the as'.isfac lon-to anrouncr, that inter, view whieh
16 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

At Cbarlemont-plice, the lady of William Robinson, cf daughter. In Jamaica, the lady of Lieutenant and Adjutant Bolton, of the Regiment, daughter. In Loudon, the lady Sir Codrington Edmund Carrington, of daughter. In Mitchelstonrn, the lady the Rev, Harry Disney, of a daughter.
16 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REV. R. H. WALL'S SCHOOL,

REV. R. H. WALL'S SCHOOL,

6, HUMK-STtIEBT,' KN’s-OKRKX. THE Eastkr Examinations in the Heliretr, Grefn and English Scriptures, and in Catechism, terminated tW instant, when premiums were adjudged to Matters Wrightson—Clibhorn.Hean—M'Kay —Uombrain.scn., Smith, sen., Robinson, sen., —Smith, jun., Robinson,
16 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ENSLAVED CHIEFTAIN.

THE ENSLAVED CHIEFTAIN.

«• - - ' Tb* oppressor holds •• The body hound, but knowi not wh»t» more •• The mlml m»y tube nncontciouiof uchuln."— Cowpeb. In home of lone affliction, where the yalUny chain of power Hath fretted In heart and hand, hath wasted every hoar, I micht have paid, aa others do. win
16 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland