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VOYAGES AND FOREIGN RESIDENCES.

VOYAGES AND FOREIGN RESIDENCES.

Persons voyaging or residing abroad, Master?, Supercargoes, and others, insured for the whole of lite, or for specific voyage. PREGNANCY, DELICATE HEALTH, AND OLD AGE. Females need not appear the rates for diseases are moderate; and Policies arc granted to persons of advanced ag
29 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. ATI WOODS MOriON—THE CURRENCY DISTRESS OP THE COUNTRY.

MR. ATI WOODS MOriON—THE CURRENCY DISTRESS OP THE COUNTRY.

give elsewhere the debate on Mr. Arwoon'* motion, and the extraordinary divlsiona to which the House came upon the subject. If anything were decided It was, that Parliament refused to entertalo even the proposition of inquiring Into the state of distress existing amongst the com
29 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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29 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Iriat) JHar&rte.

Iriat) JHar&rte.

Belfast, Saturday, April 27. 183.7 The demand for Alicante Barilla has been tiirou-lil out the week; and the sales made, have been scarcely so favourable to buyers, as formerly : —Pot Ashes with out change ; Alicante Barilla, £l7 £)7 Ills, per ton" Montreal Pols, 2tis. to 26s. fl
29 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHAN Loftus Anthony Bryan, Esq.," IJURSUAN to the Plaintiff. AT Decree made in this James Aghmuty Richardson, Cause, bearing date

CHAN Loftus Anthony Bryan, Esq.," IJURSUAN to the Plaintiff. AT Decree made in this James Aghmuty Richardson, Cause, bearing date

the 21st and George St. George January last, I hereby Irvine, Esqra. require all persons having Defendants. debts, charges, or incum- brances affecting the Bands in the pleadings in this Cause mentioned, prior to the plaintiffs demand, to come in and prove the same before me at
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KINGSTOWN RAIL ROAD.

THE KINGSTOWN RAIL ROAD.

Friday morning account was taken Kingstown tba work performed by the labourers on the line of rail road, on the new system of task work, which they have undertaken in preference to that of days' work. It appears that they are now earning on this plan from 2s. to 6d. per day, and
29 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT LIFE INSURANCE RECEIPT. Dublin, January 81, 1833. RECEIVED from the Directors the NORWICH UNION LIFE OFFICE, by the hands

IMPORTANT LIFE INSURANCE RECEIPT. Dublin, January 81, 1833. RECEIVED from the Directors the NORWICH UNION LIFE OFFICE, by the hands

of Sir David C. Roose, the sum of One Thousand Four Hundoed and Twenty-nine Pounds Eighteen Shillings, being the amount payable on foot of Policy, No. 3,083, effected by the late Rev. Henry Boyd, of Ballintemple, in the County of Armagh, on his own Life, which Policy was granted
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL PROVISION MARKET—Fridar.

LIVERPOOL PROVISION MARKET—Fridar.

LIVERPOOL PROVISION MARKET— Fridar. During the week there has been a good business done prime old Butters, we may quote Belfast 70s toj£6s— Banbridge 64-s to 68s—Derry 70s—Coleraine 64« Limerick to 70s—Cork dry 56s—pickled 2ds 70s to 72s—Beef 95s to 110s per tierce. Pork to 60s p
30 April 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ISelfnst I*<trlt JfEarleet.

ISelfnst I*<trlt JfEarleet.

ISelfnst I*<trlt XAARMERS and DEALERS in PORK, are here- J by apprised, that the JV-Adgal Houses in the Provision Trade will not after Ist MAY next. Belfast, April,
29 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRAVELLING.

TRAVELLING.

SI'BSCRIBKR begs Iniive return his sin- I. cere thanks to his Friends, and (lie Public in general, for the very liberal support lie has received, he commenced niiiuiiig, his own account, his Coach between LARNE and BELFAST. He. uUo, bees to inform them, that it will, from the EI
29 April 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland