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CII'Y SHERIFFS.

CII'Y SHERIFFS.

A petition ha*, we understand, been presented to the Privy Council against the return of Messrs, Dickenson and Baker, Sheriffs elect of this city, the ground of irregul uity at the election. —Evening Packet.
27 April 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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21 017 7 112 7 35 30 1 210 2 2 0 45 1 15 6 The intermediate ages are properly graduated, and Insuaranccs are granted to persons of very advanced age. 7 3 7 The above will serve as an example of the reasonableness of the rates for foreign climates generally. Officers arc Insured
27 April 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXCHEQUER CHAMBER, LONDON—Tuesday

EXCHEQUER CHAMBER, LONDON—Tuesday

EXCHEQUER CHAMBER, LONDON— Tuesday Ttie Judges of tl.e King’s Bench and Common Pleas sat in the Exchequer Chamber this morning, lorjihe purpose of giving final judgment in the case of Smyth v. La.tliam, which has been litigated for many tears, ihe 'short facts of the case was as
27 April 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN * OBSERVER.

THE DUBLIN * OBSERVER.

THE DUBLIN OBSERVER. southern portion' of Scot)ami. Though born i Ed.n burgh, Walter Scott was descended from Uoxhuig is me families, and was familiar, in his early years, with both the scenery and the inhabitants, and the history and traditions, of that romantic land. He was, in
27 April 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, APRIL 26.

DUBLIN, APRIL 26.

His Excellency the Lord Lieulonaut has taken for the season, one of Mr. Graham’s splendid private residences, adjoining the Royal Hotel, Kingstown. Excellency drove from the Phoenixpark on Tuesday to make the necessary arrangements. The Judges sat yesterday in Error. The Petitio
27 April 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Battrr. per Wbmt, bar. do. Barley* do. Oatmeal* per cart. Flour* 2d*,per bag 9d>* do. 4tlis* do. lodlan Cora. do.

Battrr. per Wbmt, bar. do. Barley* do. Oatmeal* per cart. Flour* 2d*,per bag 9d>* do. 4tlis* do. lodlan Cora. do.

Meal. do. Bacoa Plf», cwt. Scalded Pork do. Headi, do. OfU* do. VVkiakey. per I. 20 11 17 18 Id. d. d. Beef, per lb. Ifutlou, do. Park* do. Veal, do. Potatoea* per at. Coala* Newport, Bwanaca* Cardiff* Buttei TharsiUy—New. »3n 98» percwt. (Fridey)—New butter, 93e to W» M per ewt
27 April 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES,

GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES,

AT PAGE'S WHOLESALE DRUG WARE-HOUSE, t)8, GRAND-PARADE. JOSEPH PAGE has this day received an extensive and varied supply GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES—direct from the respective Proprietors and from the arrangement lie has made the Public may rely on a constant and fresh assortment o
27 April 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE JEWS IN IRELAND.

THE JEWS IN IRELAND.

THE JEWS IRELAND. It should he generally known, that Ireland is the only nation in which the Jews have not been either injured for their property, or persecuted for their creed that the first works recommending kindness from the Uentiles, and the first petitions to the legislatur
27 April 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

Private letters from Madiid state that a corps of observation, to conisist of 24,000 men was to he formed immediately on the Portuguese frontiers. Some regiments in the neighbourhood of Madrid have received orders to proceed on that service. There existed a hope that, although c
27 April 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS DAY’S MAIL

THIS DAY’S MAIL

MR. ATTWOOD’S MOTION ON THE CURRENCY QUESTION The Currency debate was clo-ed last night at late hour, and was rather singularly followed by a mminn for simple inquiry into the distress of the country. The first division, which was on Mr. Attwood’s motion, there were in its favou
27 April 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland