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DUBLIN. APRIL 25.

DUBLIN. APRIL 25.

Excellency the r<ord Lieutenant ha*, understand, taken for the •e«o». o« of Mr. Oreshare’a anlendid private rwldenrei, adjoining the Itoyal Hotel*, Kihgetown. Hie Excellency drove from the on Tuesday make the necc»jary arrangementa. The house to be fitted up and furnished our en
27 April 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.— ApriI 23. MONETARY SYSTEM—GENERAL DISTRESS ADJOURNED DEBATE. Sir H. "WILLOUGHBY rose renew the debate. The real question

HOUSE OF COMMONS.— ApriI 23. MONETARY SYSTEM—GENERAL DISTRESS ADJOURNED DEBATE. Sir H. "WILLOUGHBY rose renew the debate. The real question

before the House was, whether it was expedient Inquire into the monetary system of the country ? He would say that he had aa great a horror of spoliation and robbery any Hon. Member. There were 25,000,000 of people in the country, and great number of those flrcre destitute of su
27 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
journed. HOUSE OF LORDS 24.

journed. HOUSE OF LORDS 24.

On the Jmitl taking bis seat. The Warripgtotn(TTdßi*nnnghain Railway Bill was read a ae«ond time. • Duke of RUTLAND presented petitions, praying for the abolition of colonial sis very, from various places in Leicester•hire. Mso petition from Sbeepshead, in the same county, prayi
27 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1)F. VIVS.

1)F. VIVS.

VIVS. On the 19th instant, at near Nnll..pellan in thi. county. Lieutenaot Jamm Proctor. of the W'aterforti rrgim.•nt, downed!, regretted by a large circle of and acquaiotaacm. at Palace. 1.'41n.. in the lOtith year of her age, Mrp, Cntherim• Ellington. mother of the Lord of Fern
27 April 1833 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH FIR LAWS.

IRISH FIR LAWS.

Statesmen, public welters, aid political casuists have latterly esercieed all their powers to prove the necessity of introducing Poor Laws Into this country, and reason on the subject as if npnn it mainly depended the welfare and tranquillity of Ireland. Among those 'who have th
27 April 1833 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
HUSU ELEcnox RETURNS.

HUSU ELEcnox RETURNS.

Mr. E. 'resilient has mu% eti fur returns of all mumes depositcd w ith :Sheriffs, er other returuint officers, throughout lre:and, at the late general elections, by candidates or their agents, or by electors on their behalf. Au exact account of the expenditure of the IMMO, speci
27 April 1833 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
Sun

Sun

Lire’and Fire Assurance Society. NAG Ell S. ... Charles I’ole, Esq. Vhnirman. Em,. illfnry Litilbruke, E»q llo.i Pleydell Uuuvtriu,,Charles '1 I’. j. M.P. . , Wiljium Rurnif, li|r,n Hi, K h Liml^y .larnes jiin. Esq. Chsrleo I.ittlcdale, Eso .l»h" C-urkml), Es.| E-q 1 Esq W V .No
27 April 1833 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
PACKET TEA TRADE.

PACKET TEA TRADE.

HENRY CARR continues to Sell the Celebrated Packet TEAS, of the Ea«t India Tea Company. To shew how close this Establishment cut these cutting times, the following is actually the rate at which Dealers ate supplied in London, at 149. Leaden Hall Street;— DEALERS’ PRICHg*^ Black
27 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET FOR EVER,

TO BE LET FOR EVER,

Or for such Term as may be agreed on, or the Interest Sold, riiHE DWELLING HOUSE, OFFICES, and JL DEMESNE, of GREENFIELD, within 1 Mile Baluncollio and six of Coax, to and from which there are Five Public Carriages every Day. The Land, consisting of Twenty-one Acres, is in the h
27 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
dei.essart, dentist, 7, WII.UAM-STREirr, BEGS to direct public attention'to the points of excellence which his COMPOSITION-TEETH displny. their chemical properties

dei.essart, dentist, 7, WII.UAM-STREirr, BEGS to direct public attention'to the points of excellence which his COMPOSITION-TEETH displny. their chemical properties

they not only atim/ol tlie closest resemblance to naturil but colour and enamel to the last, resisting the causes incident to those formed ttnimal substances. Wf I ghtness, when in whole sets, they exempt the wcjfter fytn the disagreeable sensation of weight, occasioned (tie hnd
27 April 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland