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PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

I PRIVATE CORtUE ONDI)0 K , s1very question Uin m ?? leA I was expected. The Abolitioni ha v.eteii* qu0elyk pose the motion of the- Colonial eetaiy Circu 0 °S have beent addressed to #ose members 'who wer at et§ favourable to unqualified abolition, to support the PkS of Mr. Stanl
03 June 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY,

CHANCERY,

Charles Lord Viscount Gort,T X)URSCANT to the Plaintiff. I -Ml Decree of the 28th July, Joint Vereker, Esq. 1827, and the Order of the Defendants. j July, 1832, made in ■ ■ - J this Cause," will, on Thursday, the 20th day ol June next, at the hour of One o’Ctock in the afternoon
04 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RAIL-ROAD—STRIKE.

THE RAIL-ROAD—STRIKE.

We regret to say, that on Saturday, the infatuated workmen engaged in the Rail-road at Seapoint, objected to work, unless paid ten shillings per week, instead nine. They all seemed most determined not to resume work again unless their wages were increased. One man called togethe
04 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IKIS 1J rXI'HIiTS.

IKIS 1J rXI'HIiTS.

IS rXI'HIiTS. The following is an account the Cattle imported into Liverpool from Ireland, from the :21st the iust. ; Pigs. Horses. Mules. Calves. Lambs 287 Previously Tola!.. 6937 OASrwihK SJicop. Pigs. Horses. Calves. Lambs. fi 112 13742 3 19 17 Previously BALLOON ASCENT. —On M
04 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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06 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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CHANCERY.

CHANCERY.

Ellen Kirwan, administratrix! TMJRSUANT lo the of Joseph Kirwan, Esq., I-L Decree in this C.a use and Plaintiff, | the Order, hearing date Sir John Blake, Baronet, f 27th di-y of February last Valentine Blake, Esq., and , will, on Tuesday, the ifitli d.iy others, I of April next
01 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UMEUICK CLI"

UMEUICK CLI"

CLI" Members are * SCI iptiaM h * \ft3! pay theiVSl*- .equated ,o L.imcric^* IMPROVED RAtLWAT CONVEYANCE. W« h» with the sight the model of • new mode railway conveyance, which, if brought into use, will present extraordinary advantages to the public. is on the principle of the S
01 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRELAND AS ENUMERATI LEINSTER. AGRICULTURE.

IRELAND AS ENUMERATI LEINSTER. AGRICULTURE.

IRELAND ENUMERATI LEINSTER. AGRICULTURE. BEI FAST AGRICUI.TVIiAL REPORT FOR MAY. The late sown Oats remained but for a short time under ground ; and, having germinated suddenly, their rapid progress has been very surprising. Some Oats that were sown, during the unfavourahle weath
01 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOMICIDE—C»iRONER'S INQUEST.

HOMICIDE—C»iRONER'S INQUEST.

Monday, Alderman Morrison held inquest the body Loughlin (Jullcn, at Stevens's hospital. Deceased was a carman; and a private of the did Regiment, named James Cryer, was custody, charged with homicide. Anne Clarke and Mary Anne Torrenton were the fust witnesses examined ; they b
05 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERV,

CHANCERV,

Patrick Curtis, Esq., 1 PURSUANT to the Plaintiff; I Decree of his Majesty's John O'Snllivan, mi- High Court of Chancery in nor, and several others, Ireland, made in this Cause, Defendants. I bearing date the 26th day of ■' November, 1831, I will, oft THURSDAY, the 23d day of Ma
03 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland