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TO BE LET, In the Village of Carngadrohid—Rent Moderate, THE COTTAGE lately occupied bj/ha Rea, Mr. Gose, with small Garden.

TO BE LET, In the Village of Carngadrohid—Rent Moderate, THE COTTAGE lately occupied bj/ha Rea, Mr. Gose, with small Garden.

Stable, tiuL. well suited to single person or small family, and beautifully situated on the River Lee. Immediate riven. Application (if by letter post paid) to R. B. Choose; Esq , Kilinatish, Macroom. April 23.
30 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BALLOT

THE BALLOT

PHIL POTTS presented a petition from Gloucester, mmoisinine of the oppression which had lieeii sustained nv of the electors nt the la-l ceneral election, and praying that Parii iment would enact that the votes should be taken by wav of ballot, GROTE then rose bring liefore the h
30 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICES OF IRISH STOCKS—APIfIL 26

PRICES OF IRISH STOCKS—APIfIL 26

PRICES OF IRISH STOCKS—APIfIL Bank stock——— Irish Three |>er Cent. Consols.—, Ditto Ditto Reduced— Onvcmracnt Debentures 3* per Cenl Ditto, Stock, S* per Cent—— Ditto. New ;{* per Cent—. Grand Canal Loan, 4 per Cent —.... Ditto, Ditto, per Cent 87 HIGH WATER THE I—Mom- 43 min. af
30 April 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAND JURY LAWS

GRAND JURY LAWS

A numerous meeting Noblemen anti Gentlemen was this day held at Morrison s Grout Rooms, Dawson street, for the purpose ot considering the provisions the bill before parliament alter the Grand Jury laws. Among thore present we observed Lord le» ments, M. P, I*ord Oxmantown, M. P,
29 April 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. SHERIDAN KNOWLES'S NEW PLAY.

MR. SHERIDAN KNOWLES'S NEW PLAY.

COVENT GARDEN THEATRE. Mr. Knowles on Wednesday night achieved another dra- matic triumph, equal, if not superior, to his Hunchback- His " Wife, a Tale of Mantea," was received with enthu- siasm by one of the most crowdedhouses ever remembered to have been seen. The plot is to t
30 April 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BUND FEMALES—MOLY/vEUX ASYLUM, PETER ST KEPT. SUNDAY. MAY, the ANNUAL SERMON aid of the Fond* of thin Institution, will preached

BUND FEMALES—MOLY/vEUX ASYLUM, PETER ST KEPT. SUNDAY. MAY, the ANNUAL SERMON aid of the Fond* of thin Institution, will preached

the CHAPEL of -he ASYLUM, Rev. FLESHY, A. M , Assistant Chaplain Lying In ftfospitsl. The Public ore resiK?ctfnlly informed, there THIRTY poor BLIND FEMALES the House, mode, since their admission, considerable in Netting, Knitting, and Music—one has obtainedCh€ situation of Orga
29 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY BE LET, for such term may agreed upon, and immediate slon Riven, about One Hundred and Eighty Acres, firmer

COUNTY BE LET, for such term may agreed upon, and immediate slon Riven, about One Hundred and Eighty Acres, firmer

measurement, of the Lands of PAGKSTOW?/m late in the pbsfchssion of WILLIAM ceased ; situate about four miles from two of Maynooth, and twelve of Dublin—all pasture and meadow land, with good Farm house and Offices thereon. A Fine is required Lands will Sold, subject trifling he
29 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THOMAS GOOLD.

THOMAS GOOLD.

The above will sold divisions. Rent Rolls can be had Mr. GEORGE KELLY'S, 17, Mcrrion-squure. COUNTY.OF CORK. Richard Nason, pURSUANT De- Others, cree of his Majesty's Plaintiffs j Court of Exchequer Ire- Henry Nason, and fland, made in this Cause. I* others, bearing date the \ W
29 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAJORITY AGAINST MINISTERS- – )0

MAJORITY AGAINST MINISTERS- – )0

MAJORITY AGAINST MINISTERS- - The reeult received with iond chcere. re-entering tbe gallery, Mr. ROBINSON wee hie lege. dtedeimed being Influenced In the vote had given by any feet log hostility to tbe ministers— (e laugh.) He conshtvrni tho effect of the motion to be of greet im
29 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
anything prejudge the cue. He did not think •object of each greet importance should come before committee. No authority, short

anything prejudge the cue. He did not think •object of each greet importance should come before committee. No authority, short

of the authority of the whole house,should decide it—(hear.) After few won!* from Mr. HUME, Lord 'STOfiLMUNr suggested that the debate ehould be adjourned and, after few remarks, proposed the adjournment —(loudcries 44 no, no.") Lord JOHN BUSS ELL thought that they ought not Adj
29 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland