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24 April 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A UCTIO&S MONTGOJIEUY’S MARKET.

A UCTIO&S MONTGOJIEUY’S MARKET.

CHANtSSRY. WILLIAM CAUSXiNt STJURSUANT-inaml others, M- the Decree .jinde Plaintiffs ; \ ill this cause, bearing ROBERT MONTGOMERY f date Twenty-Ninth anil others, 'lay f November last, Defendants, will, 0,1 MON- ; DAY, the 29th day of April instant, at the hour of TWO Clock hi
24 April 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR iL AND LONDON V, , FO'3. L3V3HPOOI.

FOR iL AND LONDON V, , FO'3. L3V3HPOOI.

24 April 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A TALE TWEEDDALE Amidst the hills of that district of Scotland called T'veeddale, there are many lonely Tallies, which seem

A TALE TWEEDDALE Amidst the hills of that district of Scotland called T'veeddale, there are many lonely Tallies, which seem

remote from all human ken—little separate recions, where you may loiter fora summer's day without livins thine, save a tew strngeling sheep, who lilt up their heads in seeming wonder as you pass. there may rise from your foot startled hare, or a covey of moorfowi, unused to such
24 April 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
wtpt in silence ; terror crushed every attempt combina- .i lion ; the extremity grief subdued even the firmest hearts.

wtpt in silence ; terror crushed every attempt combina- .i lion ; the extremity grief subdued even the firmest hearts.

despair effecting any change the general sufferings, , apathy universally prevailed ; the people sought to bury their sorrow in the delirium of present enjoyments, and the theatres were never fuller than during the ileign of Terror. deiitli Hebert and anarchists was that g y A®"
24 April 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST ACADEMY. UIE COLLEGE CLASSES will be Examined in the following order : Saturday, 27th ApriI~*~BELLES LETFRES. Monday, 20t5\ April~-~LOGIC.

BELFAST ACADEMY. UIE COLLEGE CLASSES will be Examined in the following order : Saturday, 27th ApriI~*~BELLES LETFRES. Monday, 20t5\ April~-~LOGIC.

Tuesday, 30th April—*—GßEEK. Wednesday, Ist May-*N The Examinations will commencepach day at TWO o’- , The distribution of Premiums wiTltake place on THURS- | DAY, the of May, at TWO ©’Clock. 10G) R* J* BRYCE, Principal.
24 April 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CITY SESSIONS COURT-Ybsterdat.

CITY SESSIONS COURT-Ybsterdat.

A young man, named James Byrne, writing clerk in Mr. Church's office, King's Bench, and of respectable appearance, was placed at the bar, charged with stealing pocket-book, containing notes the amount of 211., the property of the widow Breaky, tavern-keeper Hawkins's-strest.—He
26 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN

THE DUBLIN

26 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NAVY

THE NAVY

Lieutenant Baker (b), the rank of Comman ■ iler.—Mr. Charlea Baker, Midshipman, to Lieutenant. Lieutenant J. W. appointed to the Conßancc steamer.—Mr. D. Wataon, surgeon, to the Lord Ljrncdoch convict abip.— Lieuta. B.Allen, T. Smith, J Cannon, and Mr.J.C. Harris, Purser, to the
24 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
£TATE OF THE COUNTRY.

£TATE OF THE COUNTRY.

THE COUNTRY. Naa>, -Ann 21. —On tbe evtnlo| of the 14th In* ,e»saS jtLsast reached _t|W police station, Ftolem,' /MIF M that* respectable {eraser's boese, the MM TapiHaaan, attacked the White feet that night, aad soliciting assistance. Serjeant c ows sad the a tattoo, iaiaoiUatel
24 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland