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MR. HARVEY AND THE INNS COURT.

MR. HARVEY AND THE INNS COURT.

I IIL HARVEY AND THE INNS COU-Rt. I OPrpn--l1 I... .. _ - . n -A e P. l- b[e9traI years past ar. D., W. Harvey, ?? for Co0- r, \vhF bas been anid is a practising solicitor, has -een 'l to be called to thear, but the Be1nchef (those of ]ROlts Imi), though he has complied with all
11 June 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING FOR THE RELIFE OF THE INHABI TANTS OF OPORTO.

MEETING FOR THE RELIFE OF THE INHABI TANTS OF OPORTO.

MEETING FOR ,THE-''RRELIW Ale.0 THE INHABI TANTS OF .OPORTO. OnSatutday a meetin Mg hbat the City of London *r IW~j4n otkthoepar4bse of settlegkfoov&O ipoowtifor' rormtr instances. Aftex-tkwe~arttbquke at Lisbon 100,0001 , ?? ~rt~d3-to Araw.. asmyting.. lika s ex~ arle betwe'en t
12 June 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
2146. KetormfU VacUamrnt. HOUSE OF LORDS. Friday, June 7. The Dnke of RUTLAND presented petition for the abolition of Slavery.

2146. KetormfU VacUamrnt. HOUSE OF LORDS. Friday, June 7. The Dnke of RUTLAND presented petition for the abolition of Slavery.

Lord WYNFORD presented petition from John Hall against the proposed abolition of slavery. He stated that he bought, in 1809, property from the Government, including slaves, under the Act of Parliament, and was willing to give it up for the money be gave for it, amounting to 18,0
14 June 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FOR ASSURING

FOR ASSURING

Buildings, Goods and Ships
14 June 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
the newry commercial telegr

the newry commercial telegr

the commercial telegr LAW. COURT KING’S BENCH—DUBLIN, im 40. Ki»p, at the proeeemtion of ». O lfmllef. r. the Horn. Frederick Caveedieh. Mr. Sheil, K.C., for the defemlast, addressed the Coart in mitigation of punishment. Tba defendant wa» found gulty, at the la»t sittings, for p
14 June 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 

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11 June 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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fitf, in outlay of ill profitable exportation and importation, with capability of meeting’ the demands of the state, and diminution of her debt from those causes of improvement—if all those things could clearly shewn and proved every honest man's satisfaction—the result would be,
12 June 1833 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
MARKETS

MARKETS

BELFAST PRICES CURRENT— June s. d. s. d. •J »-* « »* perr'vt.o ■•i -2J lliiileil States, Ditto l‘e irl Moulre.il, Dot D.Uo, BAIIILLA, AluMiU, old 2 dm •••! -d '• o out • • •. ... 17 _ ... din .£ 0 • • • I ... d t» 7 ... it dit ... ... 0 (* dilt • • • 10 7 iii ... o din Ditto, ne
08 June 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUNGIVEN MARKETS, JUNE 1

DUNGIVEN MARKETS, JUNE 1

Oats to per stone; Oatmeal, lOd to 9sOdper cvvt. ; do. retail, Is 8d per score ; Barley, 10d to per st. Potatoes, to b.}d per bush. ; Butler, firkin, (id to 7£d per lb. Eggs, to per dozen Beet, -id per
08 June 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WANTED, BY THE POLICE COMMITTEE, Respectable PERSONS, to collect the ' Pol ice Taxes of the Town, for the present

WANTED, BY THE POLICE COMMITTEE, Respectable PERSONS, to collect the ' Pol ice Taxes of the Town, for the present

year The appointment will take place on TUESDAY first, the llth June instant, in the BoAßtyßoosi, CoMstEaciAL Buildings, at ONE o’Clock afternoMj^ AppUcations, in writing, the names of Securities, may be left with me, to the day of the appointment. order, Police Committee Office
08 June 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland