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nMkkioe , m ,r^ m T T 9 -* 4-w . VtppleoFKakr . WO* ?. * Srnc* • the ■ otatjußt COWBC. Minister* r»f, _ to gjw. Th» Hotne thandinded. «bcn4b(ZQ. > the m0ti0n..;.............. ... . 88 ' *l(. . .. .-. »fc‘ * I • t ..... • • •. .. . .■ 4hs aialio»af>M#i^S f •oliilatWtiilWwereretd
24 April 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
VOI.. IJXJ-5 S.SLXi Kn.t V fe ' ~ ' . . . the diTuion would hive been 204 to 182.

VOI.. IJXJ-5 S.SLXi Kn.t V fe ' ~ ' . . . the diTuion would hive been 204 to 182.

leaving niilers only majority of twenty-two. With which thej would hardly have ventured on odious a measure as that which they have now adopted.' The edijtur of the Tribune (M. Lionne) is sentenced thr.ee years; imprisonment, and a fine of ID.OOO francs (about £4OO sterling.) It
27 April 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
.A., ..i’lSi i’T.O.M .MAiL THE LOUD TIHUIDNAMT, ■M* v rnhr Lieutenancy. our‘kern m'onrge upon t)an bis laH, \ .-roat-h AiihmissirelT

.A., ..i’lSi i’T.O.M .MAiL THE LOUD TIHUIDNAMT, ■M* v rnhr Lieutenancy. our‘kern m'onrge upon t)an bis laH, \ .-roat-h AiihmissirelT

—tliat is to say, . make yrtt: bow, and then bid you good day. . , V )!i arc kind Gcnt’.i-rnan. God b’.ess your heart! Vid friend the felons.” for you take theh part; '•'■ich felonious good nature has never been known. you. to rank knaves and to cut-throats have shown. V-r.-r cb
27 April 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Price 5d.)

Price 5d.)

27 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
K- y** P *** todgenertl dlatren ia tfa« country; tecond, th»t di c ,h * ««*> i- “>« V ,

K- y** P *** todgenertl dlatren ia tfa« country; tecond, th»t di c ,h * ««*> i- “>« V ,

, .1, . A< 1819 •O' tUt the remedy R.M * , t* r, d»rd of value. Oa. of these hi ■" He wu certain there was dis- ar»mf 1 * might be at aU times predicated of Kflinlhfi In?H. ,r3 L O * jl **’ rsrious, extensive, and often J nteresta. He did nottbink there was more distress in ? r
25 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SAL COSTUME AT THE EOTViTEO.

SAL COSTUME AT THE EOTViTEO.

MARCUS, AND OUR FRIEND TOM.— We were , thil j.y, see glorying in liit wig and gown • the H*l l< the our Dourts, and with two or three briefs ' his band- ur rlcn Tom y solos has also been libe'"ted, a* well » Mr. MAsaina, the immortal Secretary ot Bornabreena. We hope, and believ
27 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Irteft JHarUft*.

Irteft JHarUft*.

Monday, Amu, —Suenr—At the auction of Deme. lu«day I«Lall wa« offered for aale, changed hand* at hraiH^ r,Cet ’* C wh,c , » l transacted, buyer* holding out of the market consequence of the non-arriral of the ex. peeled cargoes from the Indies.~>Browns, per cwt to Middling 55s ;
25 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALTIMORE PACKET SHIPS.

BALTIMORE PACKET SHIPS.

TO SUCCEED THE POWHATTAN, The coppered, and copper-fastened, first-class Vessel, CWnAMtEtOTTE. CHAMLEY, Master. elegant Vessel is now faking part her Cargo Jl at Liverpool, and will Sail from BELFAST, for BALTIMORE, weather permitting, on TUESDAY, 30th April. Passengers, by this
22 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

White Wheat, 16d to per flour Red 15d Ift|d. tu Barley, aeorce at Oatmeal, c^vt.—Herrings, 19a. per barl; Potatoes, 3<i 2jd. per at. Mutton, ftfd. to <M.#’ lb.; Beef, 4d to fld —Whiskey at Distillery, &a. Bd. per Irish gallon.—4)ow Hides, ss. to Os. Od atone.. Rip and Rnnners, 4
24 April 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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pool*

23 April 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland