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VETERINARY

VETERINARY

[EDICINES. GIBTON’S WORM and CONDITION POWDERS, which are the most certain and ta/e remedy in use, administered without making any alteration in either the labour at feeding the Horse, (being free from mercurial or antimonial preparations,) and given with little or no trouble to
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
i®- £5OO CAPITAL. A a Seasonable Mamifacture, (termi- AA. nating the Ist October) ihs Wffnty Dublin, capable of yieldiag 40

i®- £5OO CAPITAL. A a Seasonable Mamifacture, (termi- AA. nating the Ist October) ihs Wffnty Dublin, capable of yieldiag 40

to 50 per cent, profit, with little risk, will be giren « Gentleman requiring the above aid of Capital, > an active or anonymous arrangement, as may be desired. Faithful and satisfactory references wiU be given and required. Applications from Principals only, by post paid letter
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY.

SATURDAY.

The meeting this day was the best of the week. Amongst the gentlemen on the sod and on the stand-house, noticed Lords Portarlington, Milltown, Colonel Sir M. Wallace, Col. Bagot, Col. Fitzgerald, Hon. Mr. Cole, Hon. Capt. Westenra, Messrs Battersby, Osborne, E. Kelly, W. Kelly,
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRIDAY

FRIDAY

the order of the day being mad for going into Committee of Supply, the Marquis of Chardos after advertisg the distress of the agricultural districts and complaining that in the tha reduction of taxation the interests the farmers had been overlooked, moved amendment, the followin
30 April 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
be °i Lfil’ for term » may 'ba i Afftti apon, OtONSIUA, fota tba rentesc* rtiwai HaintroK, 9e(. theJlsase, ■wfclch

be °i Lfil’ for term » may 'ba i Afftti apon, OtONSIUA, fota tba rentesc* rtiwai HaintroK, 9e(. theJlsase, ■wfclch

i» >»3t tba Cottage «yte, ra per* * ft »Vrße eadraTK* HaH, PWnag-ltooin. tjhrarjr, Dtoner-fiartoor and Saloon, »eTeral appropriate Bed- Chxwben «nd Sonrant*’ wad ero. ■oooa.meitatkm «n the Baaemewt StfMy. The ntaatian uwrtTdßnfl, and the Gnmndi, are hurUr planted with ornnncntaf
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
of the laws, than of any class of onr fellow-subjects.

of the laws, than of any class of onr fellow-subjects.

of the laws, than any class of onr fellow-subjects. Alarming Intelligence ! ! —But don't be frightened ! We have orlly to announce that leas Wien fifty-nine young gentlemen were on Thursday last, by order of the Benchers, pcnmttert to hehotmfl apprentice! to attorney! ! At this r
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOAP DUTIES.

SOAP DUTIES.

The following «re copie* of the Chancellor of the Exchequer'* resolution*. pre»cnted to the House on Tueedujr, respecting the alteration in the duty on soap : That the several duties, drawbacks, and allowances of excise now payable on soap do cease and determine ; and that in li
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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30 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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- * SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALS. i DEFEAT OF -ISTEHa. Sir Vitliam Ingilbj's icwluiipdt on Malt be ttduaed from 80» and M 10k fbc qMftcr,** va« ev- ried .againtt tbe minlturs by a majority of tea a in a bout* aoMlatiog 314 DBiabart being 162 to 162. Tbete mo be no doubt that tbi
30 April 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIST OF THE MINORITY 139, Who voted in favour of Mr. M. Attwood’s motion for a Select Committee inquire into

LIST OF THE MINORITY 139, Who voted in favour of Mr. M. Attwood’s motion for a Select Committee inquire into

the general Distress of the Country, and the effects produced our present Monetary System on the condition the industrious classes, April 24. Aglionby, A, Cackenaouth Ashley, Sir J D, Wilts Attwood, M, WhitehiTen T, Birmingham Bainln idge, E T, Taunton Barnard, Deptford Beil, M,
30 April 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland