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S TALL 1 ON.

S TALL 1 ON.

S TALL ON. THAT BEAUTtFUh HORSS, SCARBOROUGH, JUST ARtUVBD THIS fßOtf Wltx THIS SEASON IL AGAKS. (K«Ak tkaLkb.) tnrtd Marts*,.# Two. Gpirtu* alt. < Out Guinea, and 2s. to the Grom> poynbfe, ift Three Months- . TT-E wu 'bred Lord Se <by Canon, dam by Paynator, her dam.< nuter to Z
24 April 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TVSii SiF.kUV EVEKISU VOfeT.

TVSii SiF.kUV EVEKISU VOfeT.

TVSii SiF.kUV NEGRO WEALTH. We Were yesterday assumed, that a *lave, belong ing to Maryland Estate (the properly Sir Hyde East), in this island, can at wnhfhVs-warning. 4001. gold, the fruit of his own honest ihdusty. The gentleman fromurbom are learnt this fact, resided for many
24 April 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
MIMTAKY AND M£R«L - CHANT TAILOR, -#», SACKVILLE STREET, l_ hi* grateful acknowledgments thifclotie men and Gentlemen who bon* life

MIMTAKY AND M£R«L - CHANT TAILOR, -#», SACKVILLE STREET, l_ hi* grateful acknowledgments thifclotie men and Gentlemen who bon* life

I tte Establishment with their patronage, beg* to lUfltiat with the view of having the attention necessary to Mpaid his increasing Military business, and of enabling bite by having competent partner on the spot to pay frequent visits to London and Paris, for the purpose ol avail
24 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
dost published, AN ACCOUNT the MODE of INSTRUCTING NEEDLEWORK, a* practised the Male Model School, place, Dublin. . To had

dost published, AN ACCOUNT the MODE of INSTRUCTING NEEDLEWORK, a* practised the Male Model School, place, Dublin. . To had

at"the KUdare-place Society's Dcposltov.— Price Is. 3d. in boards, and Is. in paper covers. m 20th April, 1830.
24 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Proprietors the BRITISH WOOLLEN * MART respectfully Inform their attached Customers ai»d the Public, that they have now completed their

Proprietors the BRITISH WOOLLEN * MART respectfully Inform their attached Customers ai»d the Public, that they have now completed their

St for the Spring and Somroer Trade, It' present* Purchaser erery article that is nee, useful, and fash hie, connected with an extensive Woollen Establish Thfc Stock of Superfine BLACR CLOTHS arty worthy THE; attention Gentlemen WHO in the selection of this Article, being the ti
24 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE AND WINDOW TAX.

HOUSE AND WINDOW TAX.

is expected in the city that some warm discussions will place in Parliament next week, on Iba subject of the bouse and window lax, in which good deal of disappoint. tnent baa been fell all classes. It is ssid that motion will brought forward for the repeal of this duty.— O'urter
24 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