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Z.O2TDOI7DEBBT SHIP KBWB.

Z.O2TDOI7DEBBT SHIP KBWB.

Aim, Sw.iinfard, master, from St John, N. 8., arrived in the river on Saturday t»enlv-ais dava. Spoke the followine teMela, vi*.—On the May, barque William Bartley, from Londonderry for Philadelphia, lal. 41, 4.5—10 n. 47, 20; on the May, barque Ann (Irani, fo»m Greenock to Mira
01 June 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
The Marquis of WELLESLEY' (Lord Steward of the King’s Household) said he had presented to his Majesty the Address agreed

The Marquis of WELLESLEY' (Lord Steward of the King’s Household) said he had presented to his Majesty the Address agreed

to on Monday hist, and his Majesty had been pleased to return this most gracious answer:— I have already taken all measures appeared to nereisary for maintainine neutrality which I had determined to observe in contest now carrying in Portugal.’*—(A laugh.)
15 June 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CHURCH REFORM AND THE CORONATION OATH.

CHURCH REFORM AND THE CORONATION OATH.

The Bishop of EXETER presented petition against the Irish Church Reform Bill. maintained that his Majesty could not consistently with his Coronation Oath give his assent to such a bill. Karl GREY trusted that when lliat bill came before their Lordships, it would found deserve a
15 June 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE POET’S HAUNT. (FBOU aoSCRUS.) u*«MUtn wribentU otl* qomnmt j Bin it, »«ntl, fern Jactat byrra*. n Of. t>B.TBIfT. Hhen

THE POET’S HAUNT. (FBOU aoSCRUS.) u*«MUtn wribentU otl* qomnmt j Bin it, »«ntl, fern Jactat byrra*. n Of. t>B.TBIfT. Hhen

Hght zephyr the aiinUt TJie transient ripiite of the wavelets tide Forbids fu»lt*rinz voice Its wonted strain. Where the coy Mtlse consents not to abide. flckle moods ocean ftiil to The ttillaess and the solitude she loves. The fragrance the flower-enamell'd fiel\ Tim shade and
15 June 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE LOlf DONDfITRRT

THE LOlf DONDfITRRT

THE DONDfITRRT with old-fashiohed tapestry, but thfc of sliutters gave the rbom a cold and dismal appearance —in eitt’h corner there was a table covered with globe's and balls of various sizes and colours, instruments which 1 then imagined to be mathematical —the furniture was oi
15 June 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
// TO BE SOLD OR LET, / WITH A FINE, FOR SUCH TERM MAY BE AGREED ON, rpHF. HOUSE and

// TO BE SOLD OR LET, / WITH A FINE, FOR SUCH TERM MAY BE AGREED ON, rpHF. HOUSE and

DEMESNE of FAHAN, heretofore advertised for Sale. Apply to the Kcv. William Knox, Strabane. Mr. Martin, at Fahan, will shew the Premises. Also, to Sold, a Profit Rent out of the Lands of Kileyt of £3O, for one Life and seven Years. Apply as above.
15 June 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BATHING. y TO BE LET, BY THE MONTH, FOR THE SEASOK, ARTHAGE HOUSE, partly Furnished, with Firine, Grazing, and the

BATHING. y TO BE LET, BY THE MONTH, FOR THE SEASOK, ARTHAGE HOUSE, partly Furnished, with Firine, Grazing, and the

use of a Garden. It situated near Culdaff Bay, one o( the best Bathing places in Ireland.
22 June 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
£2OO

£2OO

TO I)E/p#T, at 4 PER CENT. ON APPROVED SECURITY. Apply to Mr. Franks, Attorney. Derry, June, 1833. Steam Communication from Londonderry to Liverpool twioe a-Week. THE NORTH-WEST OP IRELAND STEAM-PACKET CO'S NEW AND POWERFUL STEAMER, ROBERT NAPIER, CAPT. D. A. DAVENPORT, WILL SAI
22 June 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
WEST INDIES.

WEST INDIES.

It is with very great satisfaction that we refer our readers to the result of the divisions in the House of Commons on the West India question since our last. It will seen that even the vole of £20,000,000 as compensation to the West India proprietors, was carried an overwhelmin
22 June 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
incumbent he should prefer a clause to insure lli« performances of divine worship. There were present about fourteen hundred benefices

incumbent he should prefer a clause to insure lli« performances of divine worship. There were present about fourteen hundred benefices

in Ireland There were eleven hundred Churches; in 1800 there were but seven hundred. In addition to these five hundred Churches built, there had been one hundred places of worship licensed within the last thirty years. There remained still about hundred places where Protestant s
29 June 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland