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MONSIE 1833. AN HAS ARRIVED.

MONSIE 1833. AN HAS ARRIVED.

succeuaneum FOR FILLING DECAYED TEETH, WITHOUT PAIN, HEAT, OR PRESSURE, AND INCORIIODJBLE MINERAL TEETH, WITHOUT WIRES, SPRINGS, OR ANY OTHER LIGATURES. Monsieur J. M. MALLAN, Surgeon Dentist, of the Firm of Monsieur Mallan and Sons, 32, Great lluael-slreet, Rloat.sbury-square;
01 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TIMBER AND DEALS.

TIMBER AND DEALS.

JOHN MARTIN and SON will SELL by AUCTION, at their Stores, North Wall, on TUESDAY, the 4-th JUNE next, at One o’Clock, the Cargo the Sylvanus, from St. Andrew’s, consisting of an assortment Deals, 9 and 11 inches wide, to feet long, and One Hundred Toni of Pine Timber—all choice
01 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KING’S CO. and CO. IAUY. to SOLD, or LET, with a Fine, eit’.er the follow'. .» Places—The House and Landf

KING’S CO. and CO. IAUY. to SOLD, or LET, with a Fine, eit’.er the follow'. .» Places—The House and Landf

of KILCUEMIN. in the King’s County, within one inile-and the Town of Roscrea. The House fit for tl e immediate reception of a Gentleman’s Family, with Offices, and alled-in Garden attached ; the Land consists of sixty English Ac r fcs, excellent quality, well planted, watered, a
01 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMBEZZLEMENT.

EMBEZZLEMENT.

Patrick Murphy was indicted for that he, while was in the employment of Mr. John Tomlinson, the agent of the Whitehaven Company, had taken into his possession and embezzled on the lOih February £6O, on the 9lh of May £5O, arid the 11th of May £lO the property of Mr. Tomlinson. A
01 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

IRISH ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

The Irish Army Medical department is to be abolished on the Ist of July next, and the duties are to be thenceforth performed in London. This is another step in the system of tendering Ireland what Sir J. Hobhouse described her to be— Colony.
01 June 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE TOUCHSTONE

THE TOUCHSTONE

A fool anil knave, with different views, For Julia’s hand apply ; The knave to mend his fortune sues, The fool to please his eye. Ask vou how Julia will behave Depend on’t for rule, If she's a fool she’ll wed the knave, If she’s a knave, the fool. BALLOON ASCENT AND DESCENT. Mon
01 June 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
June

June

01 June 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
XlTillCH are the most certain and safe Remedy in use, Vf administered nrithout making any alteration in either tabor or

XlTillCH are the most certain and safe Remedy in use, Vf administered nrithout making any alteration in either tabor or

feeding of the Home, (being free from mercurial of mntimonial preparations,) and given with tittle or no trouble to the Groom, as no Horse will refnse them, having neither amell or taste. They are particularly recommended to be administered in the Spring and Autumn Seasons, they
01 June 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
HORSES

HORSES

KING’S COUNTY, AND COUNTY OF TIPPERARY. To be Sold or Itet, with a Fine, EIITHER OF THE FOLLOWING PLACES; THE House and Lauds of Rir.CKßMiiv, in the Ring's County, within one mile and half of the Town of Roscrea. The House is fit for the immediate reception of Gentleman's family
01 June 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
OFFICE OF THE COURT FOR RELIEF OF

OFFICE OF THE COURT FOR RELIEF OF

INSOLVENT DEBTORS, No. 33, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London. PETITION of Insolvent Debtor to be heard at tha Court-House, in Portugel-street, lnn Field., the 25th day J“"«. '"ft* rorenoou. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS CLARKE, formerly of Belfast. Ireland, Ensign in the Royal n * Foot- then of 5
01 June 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland