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SPIRIT OF THE 44 AGE."

SPIRIT OF THE 44 AGE."

SPIRIT THE 44 AGE." Ten BEST 41 DANCKR GOING."—In a Dublin Paper we read that 44 Philip Going Dancer , Esq., had left town for Mayo Race*.— What would the Race Ball without him ? What, indeed! faith seems that old Echo would answer, They'd have no dancer going like Phil. Going Da
24 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEAF AS'D DUMB. Juvenile Association/or Promoting tie Education JfW and Dumb Poor of Ireland. r ANNUAL SERMON in aid of

DEAF AS'D DUMB. Juvenile Association/or Promoting tie Education JfW and Dumb Poor of Ireland. r ANNUAL SERMON in aid of

elation will be preached ST. MICHAN'S CHURCH, SUNDAY, the of APRIL, 1833, the Rev. ROBERT ALEXANDER, Rector of Ahoghili, County Antrim. The Juvenile Association present supports and educates, the Institution Cl&remont, SIXTY POUR AND DUMB CHILDREN— addition which number, it is p
26 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CLONSILLA. ,

CLONSILLA. ,

CLONSILLA. 'T'O SOLD. or LET, for such term may JL be agreed upon, CLONSILLA, late the ROBRKT HAMILTON, Esq- The House,which built the Cottage style fect repair, and will be ready for day ot March next. ' consists of large entrance Hall, Drawing room, Library, Dinner Parlour and
26 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Salaries abolished or reduced, not shown in the Account oj Increase

Salaries abolished or reduced, not shown in the Account oj Increase

and DimiHUtion f Ranger of Parks ... j Master of Mint ... Chancellor ... j Kcc|>erof the Great Seal Scotland Chancellor of Ireland .. - I Chief Justice of King** Bench l.*a 2,0 0 .. 2.000 < I Chief Baron of Scotland ... 1,1 l? g’« Stationer in Ireland Cieii Lint Pensions ... Civ
25 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALTIMORE PACKET SHIPS.

BALTIMORE PACKET SHIPS.

THE ONLY VESSEL NOW IN PORT, Baltimore. The coppered, and copper-fastened, fast* sailing Veawl, TTJE, WILL Sail from this Port, for ALTIMORE,fint fair wind after FRIDAY 3d May, on which day, all her Passengers will require toAe in BELFAST, to go on board; and those will please b
25 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
English IHavftrttf.

English IHavftrttf.

English Koodoo, Fmii.v, April »he Bailor holWtri. the demand for UrltUh Plantation }lu« Su»,ir« had been «err much implored, without, however, eilahli.hinir any material cenoral adrance. allhoueh some brow n, were told laal week better • Ihu week the market hat icon Heady, and fa
25 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL CORK YACHT CI.UI!.

ROYAL CORK YACHT CI.UI!.

YACHTS wiSJ assemble the the 1. Vice- AdMikal, TIIORSDAY, the May, .u Twelve o’Clock,— Rendcivous, opposite the Huitery. Thu Members are requested take >®ice, that tlirre will W a Ballot the above Day for the AAnisaion of Meinl>ers; also, for the Election of Committees Officers
27 April 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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23 April 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Government Stock p»-r r«»nr-—r _ , ■ —Ditto, V per Cent, (new) —. ILiik Stock r.rrj

Government Stock p»-r r«»nr-—r _ , ■ —Ditto, V per Cent, (new) —. ILiik Stock r.rrj

Government Stock p»-r r«»nr-— r _ , ■ —Ditto, V per Cent, (new) —. ILiik Stock . Canal I)**!: Canal I)* !;s., 4 Ui*r cent. CORK-TUESDAY, APRIL 23, IS;j;j. received Sunday morning, contemporaneously » the arrival of 'Thursday’s Mail the usual mode cu ante, London Papers of Friday,
23 April 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ADVANTAGES OFFERED TO SUBSCRIBERS.

ADVANTAGES OFFERED TO SUBSCRIBERS.

ADVANTAGES OFFERED SUBSCRIBERS. Ist The Premiums are arranged that Persons of the most limited Incomes may provide Contingent Reversionary Interest for their Families ; and should the Subscribers die previous to five yearly payments being made, and the Nominee* be incapable of co
23 April 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland