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THE CLONMEL HERALD.

THE CLONMEL HERALD.

A most di«graccful scorn* took ptac« 111 Bagwell-street, nine o'clock on Sunday night some difference took, place between jparty the Artillery, and Welch Fuslleers ; some the townspeople haring interfered a dreadful scuffle commenced between the military and the people ; one of
05 June 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
ready before the public, and said there could be no doubt that the facts were as there stated, that Cully,

ready before the public, and said there could be no doubt that the facts were as there stated, that Cully,

while in the execution of his duty —while acting constable in the discbarg. of Ids duty—'Was, by some person, unknown to the jury stabbed the left side his breast which caused his death, thereby constituting either manslaughter or a murder. Mr. Justice Littledale—lt does not app
05 June 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
MANAGERS. Craulr* Pols, Esq. Chairman. Churls* Boulton, Esq. iFelix Ladbroka, Esq. Hon. P. I’lerdell Bouverle, Charles Shaw Leferre, E#q. William

MANAGERS. Craulr* Pols, Esq. Chairman. Churls* Boulton, Esq. iFelix Ladbroka, Esq. Hon. P. I’lerdell Bouverle, Charles Shaw Leferre, E#q. William

Barnie, Esq. M. P. .Amts Campbell, )uo. Esq. Hon. Hugh Llndsav, Cockerell, Esq. Charles Littleilale, Esq. Thomas Dorrien, Eaq. Henry Littledale, f-sq- Thomas Dorrien, jnn. Esq Geo. Norman, Esq. Charles Bell Ford, Eaq. Vohn Peerse, Esq. William R. Hamilton, Esq. Brice Pearsr, Esq
01 June 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
(from the Paru Meuager of Saturday.)

(from the Paru Meuager of Saturday.)

(from the Paru Meuager Saturday.) Before going to the hotel of M. Broglie, the Cennt Lucchessi Palli called on th* Neapulitan Charge d’Affaires. Afterwards went to the ho; tel of Pozzo Borgo, where MM. d’Appony and Wcrtber were expecting him. It was not till after this interview,
01 June 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
s>ttn ■ 3f,re y zst-ibi r38r.0 1710. bank builiding cornhill, and CRAIG’S COURTr CHARING CRO&S, LONDON. MANAGERS; Frederick Booth, Esq.

s>ttn ■ 3f,re y zst-ibi r38r.0 1710. bank builiding cornhill, and CRAIG’S COURTr CHARING CRO&S, LONDON. MANAGERS; Frederick Booth, Esq.

Charles Boulton, Esq. Hn.P.Pleydell Bnnverie.M.P William liumie. Esq. Cockerell, Esq. Thomas Dorrien, Esq. Thomas Dorrieu, jnn. Esq. Charles Bell Ford, Esq. Hamilton, Esq. Edward Harman, Esq. Felix Calvert Ladbroke, Esq Henry Ladbroke, Esq. C. Lefevre, Esq.M.P The Hon. H. Lindsa
04 June 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
Price Five-pence

Price Five-pence

04 June 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
•ir ability, would be

•ir ability, would be

>i|ld tall on On whom can pay nines; the - can dis-, i reeled to the soil tax try, which notify, and ; still it is the price the goare means i the state e in proper- .OXMEL sday evening, town, seescb tbry.deoothc witnesses but evening the cars on were rsevery kind of sis. sod st
01 June 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
imtimtly killed; his brains were scattered about the ground, and bfs body presented a most deplorable spectacle to thojp who Witnessed the tffiOckfogVartastrophe.—Sligo &ou¥- r.aL SHIPWRECK*

imtimtly killed; his brains were scattered about the ground, and bfs body presented a most deplorable spectacle to thojp who Witnessed the tffiOckfogVartastrophe.—Sligo &ou¥- r.aL SHIPWRECK*

imtimtly killed; his brains were scattered about the ground, and body presented a most deplorable spectacle to who Witnessed the tffiOckfogVartastrophe. —Sligo &ou¥- r.aL SHIPWRECK* The brig Mary, from bound to Dublin, and laden with cargo of sugar and coffee, was totally lost on
01 June 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
I*ORT NEWS-PASSAGE.

I*ORT NEWS-PASSAGE.

ARRIVED, Mar 28th—Agile, Evans, Pembray, coals, for Arthurshwn. Tobin, Liverpool, m. goods—Delphia, llulmstrand, spars, deals, Ac. DOth—Agnes, Bryan, Glasgow, coals—Water Witch, Hris.tol, m. goods. Jlst—Uoa, Griffiths, Cardigan, slates, for Ross. SAILED, •May 2‘Hh—Apollo, Daviso
01 June 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY The temporary command of the Irish army has been assumed by Major-General Maclean, of the Royal Artillery, a*

THE ARMY The temporary command of the Irish army has been assumed by Major-General Maclean, of the Royal Artillery, a*

the senior General Officer serving in Ireland ; and to transact all official business at the office of the Military Secretary. Two sentries are now placed at Maclean's residence in Stephen-street, Dublin. MILITARY' PROMOTIONS. War office. May 31. Royal Regiment of Horse Guard* -
05 June 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland