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BIGAMY.

BIGAMY.

On Friday John Devenish, plain, sober, staid-looking personage, aged 40 years and upwards, in the legal phrase, was brought before the Magistrates of Arran-quay police office, Dublin, charged under the following circumstances Agnes Moran, a fair-haired, fair-faced lass, in her t
06 June 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
RENT PAYABLE IN ADVANCE—DISTRESS.

RENT PAYABLE IN ADVANCE—DISTRESS.

RENT PAYABLE IN ADVANCE —DISTRESS. Question. —1 set a house in avenue, upon the agreement that a quarter's rent should paidin advance. The tenant, understand, is about to leave, and the quarter is not yet up: can I stop his furniture, &c. Hnswer. —Not doubt of it.
01 June 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND PRICES,

SECOND PRICES,

The Irish have a very silly peculiarity, in wishing to be always asked, for goods more than the value ; if they cannot gel a bargain.’ as thev term it, they quit the shop without making anv purchase. order to meet and pamper this childish rage for ’ haling down the price,’ many
01 June 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
MA UllIKn;

MA UllIKn;

May 23, in St. Peter’s Church, Dublin, Captain John (lure, Charlotte, second daughter Edward Dalton, Esq., Auburn Collate, Malahidr. May 25, Captain James Thomas Gaston, the Fool, to Olivia, eldest daughter Hubert Henry, Esq., Dalkcy Lodge, in the county Dublin. Saturday morning
01 June 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
BREACH OF PROMISE OP MARRIAGE

BREACH OF PROMISE OP MARRIAGE

BREACH PROMISE OP MARRIAGE In die Sheriff S.-nill Debt Court, Ayr, May the IMh, cause was hcnnl,“ Marshall r. Margaret Jack (alias l«»gan) and which affurdod suiail amust meat loall present . The plaimiff, Peter Marshall, a staid tillage lioolniaster, in the year 18-0, commenced
05 June 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
CULLEY, THE POLICEMAN,

CULLEY, THE POLICEMAN,

The Solicitor-General yesterday obtained eertioran to bring into the Court King's Bench the inquisition on the death of Cullev the policeman, on the ground that the verdict was bad in point of law, being not only unwarranted by the facts, but directly contrary to the facts given
05 June 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMITTALS TO KILKENNY COUNTY JAIL.

COMMITTALS TO KILKENNY COUNTY JAIL.

(From the Moderator.) On the ult., Robert Slubber, Esq., John Reade, charged with being absent from his house the night the May, contrary the 3d of William, 4, c. On same day, John Barwis, John Shea, and Ambrose Shearman, Esqrs. —John Ivory, on suspicion of offence against the c
05 June 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
CoNXAveiiT—Judge Torren*—Baron Foster.

CoNXAveiiT—Judge Torren*—Baron Foster.

TITHE DOINGS—TUAM PETTY SESSIONS, i The ningistrateii prrsiiliiig at the pellj tenion* court of Tnani, were engaged, last, in investigating a complaint connected with that: interminable source of discord, the onions tithe | system. John Budkin, Esq ,of Anna, appeared as , counse
01 June 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON, MAY 29.

LONDON, MAY 29.

The French papers of Sunday contain no news of importance. On Saturday the Chamber of Peers passed the Departmental Billon the same day the Deputies passed (for the third lime) the Divorce Bill, and agreed to the principal clauses the Bill respecting the Sinking- Fund. It was ex
01 June 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
To BE SOMj&t

To BE SOMj&t

To BE HANDSOME, square, fashionably built GIG, not six mnndis finished; having cost originally £•29, will now sole for £*22. is strong, firmly built, and fit for hardship, and remains be seen at Mr. Massy's Coach-Yard, William-street. Liiuetick, June 1
01 June 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland