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EFFECTS OF THE POOR LAWS ON THE MORAL HABITS OF THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND.

EFFECTS OF THE POOR LAWS ON THE MORAL HABITS OF THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND.

EFFECTS OF TiHE POOR LAWS ON THE MORAL I ,4BIAIS OF THE PFOPLE O.F^.E GANd. Erakr n from toe ?? of tne tr vr is"ul".. , , _ bv order of Parliament I Evidetoe of 31r. Charles lodges, Assistant Orerseer to the Parish rJ/ Windsor. Ttre parochial affairs of this to,,u are managed by
18 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR LAWS-TliK COMMISSIONERS* REPORT. The Poor Law Commission (composed of the Bishops Loudon and Chester, Messrs. SxuaaEs Bourne, Nassau Senior,

POOR LAWS-TliK COMMISSIONERS* REPORT. The Poor Law Commission (composed of the Bishops Loudon and Chester, Messrs. SxuaaEs Bourne, Nassau Senior,

Bishop, Henry Gawlf.r, and Wilmam Coi lson) have transmitted to Lord Mei.bournb in detail. the information which they had collected regarding the Administration and operation of the Poor Laws of England, in some of the parishes in which those laws have been administertdin variou
18 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SALE TO-MORROW. Belfast, Bazaar, VETERINARY ESTABLISHMENT, MAY-STREET. Sold Iby Auction, At the above Establishment, on To-Morrow, (FRIDAY,) the 19/ A

SALE TO-MORROW. Belfast, Bazaar, VETERINARY ESTABLISHMENT, MAY-STREET. Sold Iby Auction, At the above Establishment, on To-Morrow, (FRIDAY,) the 19/ A

instant, at the hour of TWO o'clock, precisely, THE FOLLOWING SUPERIOR STOCK; LOT l CHESNUTMARE; years old; warranted Sound; 15 hands high ; would make a splendid Ladies’ Mare; also engaged*) draw quietly in double or single Harness. . „ , ORE Y MARE; 7 old ;no betterßaodstrcss
18 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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18 April 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
for inaiting~M. 26* to ill* ! Pol an if 20* to 2’J* Ptase, White ;}o* to I)2* |—— Feeif |;Jh to ID*

for inaiting~M. 26* to ill* ! Pol an if 20* to 2’J* Ptase, White ;}o* to I)2* |—— Feeif |;Jh to ID*

for inaiting~M. 26* ill* Pol if to White |— Feeif ID* ——- Giry ;)4* ;)»»* 1 F.uur, |K!r to J2i to Gls j AH It IVA I.S THK WF-EK. Eniilish. Scotch. 4.401 - - Birley 2.'vB | Flour, fs.2 .9—Scotch, 00—Irish. Ir : sh. 1 Poreirn. 1.1;'0 iIFIKf.L). The Beef trawle, f.»r the finest oxen
18 April 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY SESSIONS—THIS DAY,

CITY SESSIONS—THIS DAY,

The Recorder entered the Court 11 ©'Clock, and the 6rst day of the New Quarter—proceeded , "‘l’ iwearing of the following Gentlemen as [IE GRAND JURY. AI. Rotce, Forrnian. ThaniM l.ead. r, Hi.h. rt „ FaulM'SwiMy, Ed». H-ke,,' John Hillard, Hrniy Au-it,, Power, Jam,. H„| l Dawaon
18 April 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CHTJUCn RT.rOUT!^.

CHTJUCn RT.rOUT!^.

So anxious arc Mini»teis carry tlic measure re form respect the tc»npor*liti« tlir CliMreli* that it «pi»earf to be their dclcruiinalijn visit with their displeasure any persons in their employment mar oppose tliem in this respect, or perhaps in their measures generally. The name
18 April 1833 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
A BAZAAR

A BAZAAR

BAZAAR WILL HELD AT THE ROTUNDA, On the %>th and 2«>M days of April, IKSJ, FOR the Benefit lli» House of RfjC/k, Stanho(»e-Btrett, containing FIFTY YOUNG of excellent character, who are trained to haliita of virtue and industry, under the care of the Religious Sisters uf Charity.
18 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE OF SERMON.

NOTICE OF SERMON.

THE ANNUAL SERMON on behalf ofc SICK and INDIGENT ROOMKEEPERS, preached SUNDAY, the I-th of MAY next, by the Hon. the LORD ARCHBISHOP of. DUBLIN. • . This early notice is given, in the hope that no other Charity vill interfere on that day. ST. PETER’S ORPHAN SOCIETY, 9, PETERS-
18 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH DISTURBANCES BILL.

IRISH DISTURBANCES BILL.

Mr. HUUE thought it almoit newtury to hire rctunit of tho profcuiontl •wplojrment of the judgci. He bed been informed that, instead of an additional pictaurc of business upon the judges, the resene was the case. The subject of the judicial establishment, boweser, would be shortl
18 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland