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POETRV. FOREST WORSHIP. BY THE AUTHOR OF CORN-LAW RHYMES.’* Within the cnn-lit forest. Our roof the bright blue sky. Where

POETRV. FOREST WORSHIP. BY THE AUTHOR OF CORN-LAW RHYMES.’* Within the cnn-lit forest. Our roof the bright blue sky. Where

fountains flow, and wild flowers blow, lift our hearts on high : Beneath the frown of wicked men Our country’s strength bowing : But, thanks G »d, they can’t prevent The lone wild flowers from blowing . High, high above the tree-lops. The lark is soaring free; Where streams the
06 June 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE DUEL AT EXETER

THE LATE DUEL AT EXETER

Charles Milford, R« bi-rt Holbimi, and George Halstid were folly committed Friday tor trial the mil Devon Asti* s, *• for and abetting in a due) fought Holden, May 10, between Sr John Jiricult, Kir., and Peter Hennis, , M.D., in winch the P. Hmnis rectiv. d mortal '* All the lam
01 June 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
C,„ k < Pity .. IK,on , 1 .. ssi,^ Kick ... . •• U.i.fi.ck City, Including St. | Abbey.

C,„ k < Pity .. IK,on , 1 .. ssi,^ Kick ... . •• U.i.fi.ck City, Including St. | Abbey.

" l Tiil> W.lerfircl ... . li'.W Walei lord City ••• Total ... ... 5?,«15,361
03 June 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE THEATRE,

THE THEATRE,

Mr. Hackett, the American comedian, drew good house last night for his own benefit. Mr. Power will appear this evening Major O'Doherty in his own laughable farce of St. Patrick') Ere, and as Doctor O’7We in the Irith Tutor. Miss Jarman is engaged for a few nights, and will make
04 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

White Wheat, Is. 3|d to 4|d per stone, Red 13d to 13)d.; OaUBd toOd; Barley, 9d;. Oatmeal, lls per Herrings, 13s. per barl; Potatoes, IJd. to Ijd. per stone} Mutton, s|d. to Ad.# lb.; Beef, 4d to —Whiskey at Distillery, 3s. Bd. per Irish gallon/—Cork Whiskey at tha Cork Disiillc
05 June 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TITHES

TITHES

The clergy have at last taken courage. There isa reac- , tion-and almost every part of this neighbourhood unfortunate dupes of the anti-tithe agitators are , nav the clergyman's lawful demand. We have heard of many instances in which the farmers have deeply deplored their fol| v
01 June 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH LAW INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF KINO’S BENCH —Monday. On the sitting Messrs. Voting and Bolton were sworn attorneys. SENTENCES MESSRS.

IRISH LAW INTELLIGENCE. COURT OF KINO’S BENCH —Monday. On the sitting Messrs. Voting and Bolton were sworn attorneys. SENTENCES MESSRS.

BOI'LGF.R AND WALSH. The King v. JBoulger. The Attorney-General said he had to pray the judgment of the Court on the defendant ; he understood that he had affidavits to put in, initigalioa of punishnient, the nature of which would he, of coarse, explained to the court. Mr. Darcy
01 June 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
be tried in the county where the had been delivered and the breach of the peace provoked. This court had

be tried in the county where the had been delivered and the breach of the peace provoked. This court had

deci led, but day or two before, in the case of the v Scully and Lynch, that the vt-nue must properly laid in ali in’ormations of this kind ; Mr. Handcock’s attorney, behind the defendant’s back, without any notice to his attorney, obtained this ex-parte order. If Mr. French had
01 June 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATV OF PEACE BETWEEN HOLLAND AND

THEATV OF PEACE BETWEEN HOLLAND AND

BELGIUM. The ratification of the treaty with Holland has arrived, signed by the King of Holland, without any alteration, just on the same principle as signed in London. It is expected that the Dutch embargo will be taken off immediately. —Sun ( Wednesday).
01 June 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTBLUGENGB. THE TURF; 263 RAfcES TO COME. . Jnne—Aecot4, Newton 5, Buxton 12. B.bury 13. Hamo Tenbury 13, Newcastle

SPORTING INTBLUGENGB. THE TURF; 263 RAfcES TO COME. . Jnne—Aecot4, Newton 5, Buxton 12. B.bury 13. Hamo Tenbury 13, Newcastle

17. Bath, 19, Kntj on , Well* 25, Ludlow 26. Stockbridge 27. . July—Liverpool 2, Winchester 3. Newmarket 8. Preston 9, Taunton 10, Newcastle (Staffordshire) 16, Lancaster 16, Cheltenham 16, Stamford 17, Kendal 23, Southampton 23, Bridgenorth 24, Goodwood 30. August—York August M
01 June 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland