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IMPROVEMENT IN TRADE.

IMPROVEMENT IN TRADE.

IMPROVEMENT TRADE. are gratified to perceive from the following alaleßient which take from the Price Current that there revival ell kinds trade : There appears be general revival trade ; the sale, sugars of every description are Immense, and general advance Is to baa taken place
23 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
L\W KM.KNDAU

L\W KM.KNDAU

KM.KNDAU \stknTf.rm lUyun April l.'»; Emls May 8. Cirv Watkrforu Sessions—Mhv 20. County Tipper \rv Sessions.— TlmrU**, April 15. 'l’llE FI NDS—Lonoon, Saturday. The Money Market more firm to-day, and slight improvement has occurred in Consols, which have been quoted, without any
24 April 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
JEWISH DISABILITinS,

JEWISH DISABILITinS,

Mr. R. GRANT, aftersorae observations, begged to tnme that the house resolve itself into committee to eonsidrr of the disabilities affecting his Majesty's Jewish snlqeets. After a few words from Sir R. INDUS, who uhjeetrd even to going into eonuniUee to consider the subject. The
24 April 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—AeJtji. 18.

HOUSE OF LORDS—AeJtji. 18.

The Lord Chancellor took his seat half past five o’clock. LOCAL JURISDICTION BILL. Lord LYNDHUHST wished h*ve the second reading of this bill postponed, because tlie eyiileiice the common law commissioners was not laid upon the table. The LORD CHANCELLOR wtmldhaye tad objection
24 April 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
KMICRATION

KMICRATION

The following statement of the emigrants that have embarked at the port of Waterford this season. Resides the vessels mentioned in the following table, several sailed without passengers, and there arc _n few remaining, bound for British America and the idled Slates. QVKiinc. mle
24 April 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Judge Burton— have no objection to take the affidavits off the file. Mr. Shcil—My loitf,-there are one or two affidavits,

Judge Burton— have no objection to take the affidavits off the file. Mr. Shcil—My loitf,-there are one or two affidavits,

not of Mr. Walsh's, which contain matter not very Judicious, but the affidavit of Mr. Walsh is quite free from of the objections made at the other side. The conditional order wa* then made absolute, with an understanding that should not proceeded with, if the costs were paid bef
27 April 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAXi PHOL'SH: OF «.o>i.U<»\S- Kkidav. Kirri.T —TilK BLIII'KT Lord ALTHOHH r.wr »p»kr i« tlir Wl.mjng rffrct :—Sir, in calling attention

IMPERIAXi PHOL'SH: OF «.o>i.U<»\S- Kkidav. Kirri.T —TilK BLIII'KT Lord ALTHOHH r.wr »p»kr i« tlir Wl.mjng rffrct :—Sir, in calling attention

IMPERIAXi PHOL'SH: OF «.o>i.U<»\S- Kkidav. Kirri.T —TilK BLIII'KT Lord ALTHOHH r.wr »p»kr i« tlir Wl.mjng rffrct :—Sir, in calling attention ta the xtiittineiils wliiuU 1 hove »o m»ki- fiiiHind:«l ntndiiinn of the country, I ulmll >»l«e thi* Mlmtlv, in |ierf.iroiinp this part of
27 April 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMUTATION OF TITHES.

COMMUTATION OF TITHES.

Thursday evening Lord Alihorp brought for his important motion for leave to bring In n bill provide for the commutation of tithe* in England. The Noble Lord, in prefacing hi* lion entered «t considerable length into a review of the subject. Speaking of the exaggerated' statement
27 April 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN PULICG,

DUBLIN PULICG,

an Office —On Friday morning. Peace Officer Cunningham man named Pat. Caufield, walking through Capel-street. From description of this man, he immediately recognised him notorious Whitefoot, who had been last year arrested in Kilkenny, and escaped He was charged with conspiiing
27 April 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
CDc esirutmeatO Journal. ' – UULLINGAR, April 25,1833;

CDc esirutmeatO Journal. ' – UULLINGAR, April 25,1833;

Journal. ' - UULLINGAR, April 25,1833; ' * sgr - . -I.J -) '£HUItCII RATES. pait «ni cc«nbin»lion hail •xV-ted parish Jlie paytneiu of CJ»ufih C«», which; carriaJ to juch a thit the |)A-' »qos \wic*rp»d welre to. the Pftty S«rsxtoh». he tfii« town on last Saturday week. Patrick R
25 April 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland