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ROLLER,

ROLLER,

npHE Property Mr. HUNTS*, TURF-' 1 LODGE, CUKR4GH KILDARE, Winner of 43 Races. (Eleven were Ring's Plates and Royal Whips ; a number equal to that which Eclipse won,) will Stand this Season at DYCER'S REPOSITORY, STEPHEN'S. GREEN. Bred Mares Six Guineas, Half-bred Three Guinea*,
19 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VOL. V.] LETTER 1. TO PEOPLE OP Far iUar«r tha (rare or the pri»o«, Dlw'ai TBm the trophiM of all

VOL. V.] LETTER 1. TO PEOPLE OP Far iUar«r tha (rare or the pri»o«, Dlw'ai TBm the trophiM of all

who have riM% Oh liberty’* rain* to franw London, 4th April, 1833. Vmow-COOHIBYMBN— This «the firat of* •trie* of letter* which I intend to publnh the •rceent atete end prospect* of our country, {ecludin* the he*t •uggesUons! give for regulating your conduct the tnenner moet cal
19 April 1833 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
OPENED ON MONDAY, THK MARCH, I** * THE NEW BRISTOL CLOTH WAREHOUSE, 6, WELUNGTON-QUAY, DUBLIN. THE juitice and frequency of

OPENED ON MONDAY, THK MARCH, I** * THE NEW BRISTOL CLOTH WAREHOUSE, 6, WELUNGTON-QUAY, DUBLIN. THE juitice and frequency of

complainU relatiye aiiMondness in Fabric, and want dorabUX Colour of tlie grenter portion of th« Cloth* «nd C»«iraere. that hare for aoine time been selling a* West Lngland faetnre, which are in reality hut spurious imitations produced in Yorkshire, has induced the Proprietors o
19 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A SHERIFF'S DINNER.

A SHERIFF'S DINNER.

A SHRI;HIFF'S DiMNER. On Tuesday Captain Sheriff Lynar gave bis secoed pablio dinner, at Alorutison's, To th, memubers of the D3ublin Corpo- ration, some of the candidates for Mcievothi him in ifaico, and a few of his piivate frients. ?? was pretty strong, sbout 120. The d!nner a
19 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
QUARTER SESSIONS—GREEN-STREET.

QUARTER SESSIONS—GREEN-STREET.

I QUARTIER SESbiu.NS-GREEN-STfIBET. Yesterday the Recorder, accuomnanisnd bv Aldermen ?? and Fleniztg, touk his seat upon the bearch at eleven ?? A woman named Sarabh M'Hugb was indicted for receiving a quentity of platp, knowingit to have been stolen. The otaly evidence adduced
19 April 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PROTESTANT CHURCH.

THE PROTESTANT CHURCH.

The lord Bishop C .ik and Hv>aa oi«oovd f the prrtsht* **c*ot th* oeath the Ist* Re*. S.. Laorerer, as 'ollowt ; to the Re* J H. Madras', pe-retual curate tf N rhi.»at K Ibv rare 1j ibe Re* E'»*»d Wrrr. n, of Met»idd* ; I'rroj'e-rr malo* to the K> *. IXare H tome ol ion» ; Mo* t
19 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REV MR. O NEILL

THE REV MR. O NEILL

THE REV MR. NEILL Tills gentleman has lately •■rived from United Siatvi of America. Wc ait requested to announje him people of Ireland, es the aulhoribed Ins •hop. tli« Right R.c». Dr. England, specially for, to follow the appeal which this worthy Prelate has lately behalf of the
19 April 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AGATE AND ADAMANT.

AGATE AND ADAMANT.

When men neither love nor trust tho •*"* rule over them, ltl» not the n»me of nn bokuc that will reconcile them their dmnegogne. are the amonff ft Mr?lnt men. *■ people tare neither faith nor hope—nor fvr them, charity. In U Sir John Hohhouw. Ptete w» *ot«* .bout hi. earlier you
19 April 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. O'CONNELL'S SECOND LETTER TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND.

MR. O'CONNELL'S SECOND LETTER TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND.

?? MR. O'CONNELL S SECOND LETTER TO THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND. London. 12th April, lS33. FEcLow-CoUNTPyMtENeI return to the pleasing task of communing with you again. I return to that which the last Algerine act has made an imperative duty-the cheer- ing you during this the last nigh
19 April 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Patrick; s.

Patrick; s.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—Y«sfreßo*r. Thomn* Quinlan in Jltphvin «. Michael H'mrigan. B«i>nru and PigiXt ot «•, unwl fot thr dcfrndanl, mi aed act aside the errd'et had for the plaimifTat the la<l a»itea for the of Liaeriek. Conditional o/iler granted. Atlraoey fur the defendant—Mr
19 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland