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COVE METEOROLOGICAL, REPORT.

COVE METEOROLOGICAL, REPORT.

.i temperature is ascertained Registering MerluriflTberraclmet.r placed in Non bean a.pect and from direct ray. of the Sun, the lowe.t nightly a Regi.termg C„*ri, Thermometer. The temperature 10 o'clock A. «- .a a!»o The Barometer!, placed feet, oWrv.li.m, above W water mark, an
04 June 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE. CORK COUNTY,) next of West 1- the Peace thfe sartdfltiiiing, ) will be holJen on MONDAY the Eighth day

NOTICE. CORK COUNTY,) next of West 1- the Peace thfe sartdfltiiiing, ) will be holJen on MONDAY the Eighth day

of July nexy J. CHATTERTON, Clerk Peace. Peace-Office. County Cork, 2.'id May, 1833.
04 June 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF THE CITY OF CORK.

COUNTY OF THE CITY OF CORK.

NOTICE is hereby given that Special Sessions will commence at the City Court House, on Wednesday, the Jay June next, at 12 at noon, and continue if necessary, for the three following days, to lake into consideration all Applications for Presentments, and accounting Affidavits, p
04 June 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH REVENUE.

THE IRISH REVENUE.

The Finance Account* for IBS2 hare been published. The oet receipt of Iriih Uerenne is staled to be £4,409,653, being advance on the receipt of the preceding year of abont £34,000. The following are the items of receipt in both years : 1831. 1832. jei,isf>,9oo 1,507,8+9 Exciw, .
04 June 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEWRY COMMERCIAL TELEGRAPH.

THE NEWRY COMMERCIAL TELEGRAPH.

Mr. Walsh mored that Lord Radnor be requested to present the petition to his Majesty, which was seconded someone on the hustings, and also agreed to. The Chairmak then made some concluding remarks, in which eulogised the conduct of the Jury who had given verdict justifiable homi
04 June 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 

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GREAT RIVERS OF EUROPE. Jutt Published, elegantly bound, price One Guinea, rpURNEK’S ANNUAL TOUR the River JL Scenery op Europe

GREAT RIVERS OF EUROPE. Jutt Published, elegantly bound, price One Guinea, rpURNEK’S ANNUAL TOUR the River JL Scenery op Europe

cuutaining on the River LOIRE, from Drawinci/ J. M.l VV, TURNER, Esq. R.A., engraved by Ape frst Artists, under the superintendeiice of Mr. CHAIILEK AJTH ; with Literary Illustrations, embodied iii Abe Rafiatiwe of a Tour, by LL'ITCH RITCHIE, Esq. Large paper, with Proofs,Two Gu
04 June 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, 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
 
COUNTY OF ME.VTH

COUNTY OF ME.VTH

PURSUANT to an Order made in thi« Cause, bearing date the 28th of May instant, I will, on Saturday, the Bth day June next, at the hour of on» o’clock the Afternoon, aVn^ r Chambers on theKing'slnnjuKjßK) Dublin, set up and Let, for Seven Years, pending thtfpfcsaf subject to rcde
04 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRATUITOUS SERVICES.

GRATUITOUS SERVICES.

TtiE observations which we made in the last number of the News-_Icefer, respecting the unreasonable nature of the principle of requiring medical men to give their services as well as their ?? to public charities without some remuneration, have elicited from a respectable contemp
04 June 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland