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NOT ICZ.

NOT ICZ.

EXE‘UTION UV SIR WALTER RALEIGH. After having received the Sacrament his cheerfu!ness increased, and he expressed his confidence that he would consince the world that he was guiltless of the charges against him. He then took breakfast heartily ; smoked, as was his practice, a pi
20 April 1833 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
rpHE Meeting of High Sheriffs and Grand Jurors for the purpose of receiving the Report of the Committee appointed at

rpHE Meeting of High Sheriffs and Grand Jurors for the purpose of receiving the Report of the Committee appointed at

the Meeting the 18th of April, will take place on TUESDAY next, the insl. at Twelve o’Clock, at Morrisson’s Hotel, Dawson-street.
20 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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ill/* the Clergy, Heads of Families, Emigrants, Travellers' ami Captains of Vessels. Just Published, price 3s. Gd., (considerably enlarged and improved.) Third Edition, , Butlers medicine chest directory, and Family Catalogue of Drugs, Chemicals, he. ; with the Properties and Dos
20 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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20 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
»».l wliul l.e fj-lt inlenwljr •iDfptwJurilenlly. eareugui»(«.i<lMr. Mor >)»«s ; ii)ed hv most desperate and .leslnictive foe that aflWust humanity

»».l wliul l.e fj-lt inlenwljr •iDfptwJurilenlly. eareugui»(«.i<lMr. Mor >)»«s ; ii)ed hv most desperate and .leslnictive foe that aflWust humanity

; uiml it i. our duty «*rcUe all our n.eutal moral ...d |.hy.ical a* well ara.l ourselves of rtrrv attainable means to defeat and subdue the enemy. He —retted that Dr. Franklin should have attemj.ted lodisjiathe documentfrom Ratl.keale, it had not th« sanction If'’.,,, professio
20 April 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
ÜBIQUITY OF BRITAIN.

ÜBIQUITY OF BRITAIN.

ÜBIQUITY BRITAIN. With all her fault*, silver misery, all her debt, and all her taxation. Great Britain «• certainly the most remarkable country in the world. A mere e|ieck on the ocean, compared with her own colony New South Wales, her right hand touching the mat, and her lefTtb
20 April 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
inr. army ;,v Put your bright swords, or else—the dew will tust them.” Otiieu.o, On Inst Thursday morning, out beautiful

inr. army ;,v Put your bright swords, or else—the dew will tust them.” Otiieu.o, On Inst Thursday morning, out beautiful

parade, adjoining the Castle, was literally covered over with the whole military force which has been collected here lattetly. Horse and Foot—Hussars, Rifles, and S ihlieis) —all appeared in cleprr.nt trim, ami went through a variety of innocent evolutions, to the great delight
20 April 1833 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
£5OO TO BE LENT, APPROVED SECURITY, AT P CENT. Apply (if by Utter, pwl P«> - - ,OTT > *^>

£5OO TO BE LENT, APPROVED SECURITY, AT P CENT. Apply (if by Utter, pwl P«> - - ,OTT > *^>

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20 April 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CORK LYING-IN-HOSPITAL.

CORK LYING-IN-HOSPITAL.

THE Governesses beg to announce that a Sermon in aid of the amplttdf txhautUd Funds of the above Cbsrity will be Preached on SUNDAY. April the2Btb, bythe REV. MiL/M-LEOD, Two South Chapel. Donation* of those who cannot conveniently attend, will most gratefully received an/ thank
20 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
victor. AMERICA

victor. AMERICA

The following in an extract from Quebec paper of the 12lh nil. '* It is somewhat remarkable that, generally speaking, the Quebec Market, which was once proverbial for cheapness, is now the dearest in the Canadas. descriptions of provisions here are fully one hundred per cent, ab
20 April 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland