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GLASGOW UNIVERSITY.

GLASGOW UNIVERSITY.

In the Gleesqow Hcrercd of Friday last, the names of the following IrishI Students appear as having obtained prizes in the Philosophical Classes:- Senior Mathematical Class-For ?? eminence du- ring the Session: Thomas A. Bryce, Belfast, first prize -For an examination on the cou
07 May 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXPRESS.

EXPRESS.

E?7rnE?. PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS. WE last night received, by the Messrs. JOHN9TON'S EX- press, the- SUN of SATURDAY evening, from which we give the following abstract of the-rliamnentary proceedings of FRIDAY. Carrickfergus, it ?? be seen, is in danger. HOUSE OF COMM \ONSFniDoy
28 May 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MELANCHOLY OCCURRENCE.

MELANCHOLY OCCURRENCE.

An investigation took place before the Magistrates of the Head Police office, Dublin, on Monday, into the cir- cumestances connected with a very dangerous, perhaps nior- tal, wound inflicted on Patrick Walsh, the gardener of the Rev. H. Torrens, of Rathgar, on the previous night
24 May 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FEVER HOSPITAL—MEDICAL SALARIES.

FEVER HOSPITAL—MEDICAL SALARIES.

FEW3 ER HOI-S'IITAIL-AIEDICAL SALARIES. | VE have hithertoi abstained from discussing the quiestioni Whvih 1 1:S, for tie li;st few Weelks, caused so ?? interest| in trown-we moanl the qLuestjiLi6 of givibg salaries to medical, men for their atteid-anie nopon the poor through the
31 May 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXPRESS.

EXPRESS.

EX PESS. WE last night received, as usual, by the Messrs. JOHN- STONWS Express, the London Papers of TUE3S1AY Cvening, whichl do not, however, contain any news of great impor- tance. From the Police reports it appears that the London populace are attacking the Police in all direc
31 May 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PHIVA TE CORRESPONDENCE.

PHIVA TE CORRESPONDENCE.

THE Ol‘ THE CORK CONRTfTOTIOV.) London, Friday Evbniro. —Ministfis expected, succeeded in obtaining overwbelining majority on Tuesday night. The noihy partizans of .Minisfcn*,-a das* by the bye, who, out of doors al all events arc rapidly decreasing in numbers and in fluence, bo
07 May 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LAST (INTENDED) GRAND BALL SEASON. IMPERIAL CLARENCE HOTEL. CORK LYIISG-IN HOSPITAL. THE PUBLIC are most respectfully informed that the Imperial

LAST (INTENDED) GRAND BALL SEASON. IMPERIAL CLARENCE HOTEL. CORK LYIISG-IN HOSPITAL. THE PUBLIC are most respectfully informed that the Imperial

Clarence Rooms will be opened on TUESDAY Evening, May the Fourteenth, GRAND BALL. / being for the benefit of the Cork Lying-im Hospital, under the immediate patronage the Ladies Governesses the Institution, from whom, and the Imperial Hotel only. Tickets can be procured. It is m
07 May 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KERRT EVENING POST.

THE KERRT EVENING POST.

the frhKt. Been cafted together coiuider the capibilitv W» M«jeetty*» Miouters, and to ad*; bn Majesty, praying him to dismiss them from bia iouniUs, for the eommeh gohd of the coantry.— Tfair peopie,'he believed, had now lost alt'coafidence in ministers; least had. Since they m
29 May 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
•riUMISDAV —STATE Of THE TOLL

•riUMISDAV —STATE Of THE TOLL

This morning the pulling commenced at the various booths at nine o’clock and proceeded with great alacrity. The following was the stale of the poll at one o’clock. Evans.. 672 | Hohhonse.. 542 [ Escolt.. 368 two o’clock Evans.. 769 [ Hubhouse.. 613 | E5c011..417 t'ouit o’clock.
18 May 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
NEGRO EMANCIPATION. THE PLAN OP HIE MAJESTY’S GOVF.KNMENT 10U OHADUAL EXTINCTION OF SLAVERY THE WEST INOIES The tlave may claim

NEGRO EMANCIPATION. THE PLAN OP HIE MAJESTY’S GOVF.KNMENT 10U OHADUAL EXTINCTION OF SLAVERY THE WEST INOIES The tlave may claim

lo iet;islcre<l as ap|>renticed labourer ihe following lei ins For food, clothing and allowances, now made by law, he is to g:>e his master thrccfourths of hi* lime, leaving it lo be settled contiact whether this it to the ihree-fotirlhs of-the week or three fourths of the day.
18 May 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland