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TIIEA-RE-ROYAL.- oe of Mr. POWER, who is engaged for a it being his farewell visit, previous, to his ef feW" sight5 America; on which occasion MAiss JAR34N, 10urre gaged for Six Nigphtsill nike her second'o-p o nthese, two years. - J -, I te ' . iieartiie N Y, -June 8 IW -their ,
07 June 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FINAL MEASURES.

FINAL MEASURES.

There is, vwe- suspect, a vast absurdity in statesmen ima gining that they have established "final measures." How can anything in this world, except the pyramids and tie sa. tional debt, remained fixed and immutable ! The rise or the decline of a nation requires a corresponding
07 June 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIST OF THE MAJORITY AND MINORITY IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.

LIST OF THE MAJORITY AND MINORITY IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.

LIST OF THE MAJORITY AND MINORITY I|.- : THE HOUSE OF LORD S. MAJORITY. DrF;ES.. 4osslyn Manners e Cumberland Limerick Meldrum it Gloucester Powis Colchester Beaufort Lonsdale Clanbrsssil .Newcastle Veruhlam Ravensworth Northumberland Browvniolv Delamere Wellngton Beauchamp ?? C
07 June 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NUMBER 1614] NOTICE.

NUMBER 1614] NOTICE.

NUMBER NOTICE. ,4 BOARD of Director! tad Commissioner! of the Turnpike Road, leading from Kinnegad Athlone, the County Westmeath, will holden in the Town of Kilbeggan, on TUESDAY, the 18th Instant, attiffi hour eleven o'clock, for the purpose of Public Cant, for one year, the sev
07 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SERMON in support the FEMALE ORPHAN HOUSE, Circular Road, will preache<Li|i ST. PETER'S CHURCH, on SUNDAY, JUNE ]£¥, the Rev.

SERMON in support the FEMALE ORPHAN HOUSE, Circular Road, will preache<Li|i ST. PETER'S CHURCH, on SUNDAY, JUNE ]£¥, the Rev.

M. JOHN MAYERS, Domestic Chap Ja/o the Earl of Wickiow. The benefactions* of those who may find incoikrfieqt attend, will be thankfully received at the BankVyJohn David Latoncbe, Esq. & Cp.; by the Rev. Charln Dickinson, Chaplain, 21, Lower Baggot-street, and Mr. Malias, Stamp-o
07 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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Defendants. DELIGHTFUL COUNTRY RESIDENCE ! CLONSILLA. BE SOLD, or LET, for such term as may be agreed upon, CLONSILLA, late

Defendants. DELIGHTFUL COUNTRY RESIDENCE ! CLONSILLA. BE SOLD, or LET, for such term as may be agreed upon, CLONSILLA, late

the residence ROBERT HAMILTON, Esq. The House, which is built the Cottage style, fect repair, and ready for immediate occupation/^! consists of a large entrance Hall, brary, Dinner Parlour and Saloon, several rjMpaß Bed Chambers and Servants* Apartments, commodation on the Basem
07 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ST. LUKE'S PARISH

ST. LUKE'S PARISH

ON SUNDAY NEXT, the 9th of JUNE, i||3, a CHARITY SERMON will be Preached iiAr. LUKE'S CHURCH, by the Rev.JOHN CROSTHWAf, 8.D., Prebendary of Tipperkevin, and a collection kne in aid of the Funds of the Infant School, Sunday Sc&roJ, and Dorcas Association. The objects of this Ass
07 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTHING BUT THE CONSTITUTION.

NOTHING BUT THE CONSTITUTION.

DUBLIN, FRIDAY, JUNE 7. DEFEAT MINISTERS—THE PRESENT POSTURE OF AFFAIRS. In second and third editions of The Mail of Wednes - day, we announced exclusively—in the former the fact, and gave in the latter an abstract of the debate on which the occurrence tqok place—the defeat of M
07 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COLONIAL 'SLAVERY—ADJOURNED DEBATE.

COLONIAL 'SLAVERY—ADJOURNED DEBATE.

The SPKAKBR left the Chair, and the house resolved itself into committee. The CHAIRMAN, having read the original resolution and the amendments, called upon Mr. O'CONNELL, who said they were called upon to decide between the freedom or the continued slavery of 800,000 of their fe
07 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND TABLE TALi.

FASHION AND TABLE TALi.

Lord King comisues seriously indisposed bis rrs io street ; and is the opioioo of his attend ants, that if change for the better dors not speedily place, bit recovery will hopeless. The L ndon GoxtfU announces that the Marquis has beta created ilish Peer title B<ron Solway. Prin
07 June 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland