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PARTY POLITICS.

PARTY POLITICS.

(vro T1 rsE xAMaNER.) Why does not Lord Grey resign ? It is his duty t The ebunsels for which he is responsible are not his c gioo lfe deems a creation of peers necessary to the barin n the legislature and the welfare of the country, he ny of a creation of peers, and the King re
26 June 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF CHANCERY—LONDON, JUNE 22.

COURT OF CHANCERY—LONDON, JUNE 22.

COURT OF CHANCERY-LONDON., JUNEB 22. PORTAilIlNGTON t. GRtAM AwND.TRo RS.i.. This is an appeal from an order of the Viec-Chancelloxr dissolving an injunction obtained to stay pioceedings at law. a It appeared from the statei-ents, in thc bill that' the plaintiff, . the 'Earl 'of
26 June 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCI it " . <- JuLndon e 24.x The unfortunate surrenW at:1y avery a e the act, made Iy.tinkernconeding the p h e Irish church refornh bill to. thp Toes, has e ciuable mischid& It -is one of- the- ioset is j e measureless exultation to the Tories- It is a source
27 June 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIFE INSURANCE

LIFE INSURANCE

GREAT AND CERTAIN ADVANTAGE TO INSURERS, WESTMINSTER SOCIETY, i 29, STRAND, 21, CORNHILL, LONDON ; 40, DAME-STREET, DUBLIN, Trustees, Directors, Auditors, %c. Sir G. F. Hampaoa, Bart. William Fitshugb, Esq. Sir John Stuart Hippialey.Bart. James Lawrell, Esq. Sir Charles SulliTan
22 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOCAL JURISDICTION BILL.

LOCAL JURISDICTION BILL.

The Earl of ELDON opposed the bill, on the ground that it would alter the whole course of proceeding under the common law, and th«* means of introducing confusion in the adminia- ! tration »f the law; he therefore moved that the bill recom-: ir.itt»*d that months. The LORD CHANC
27 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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MONTHLY GENERAL MEETING

MONTHLY GENERAL MEETING

OF the Charitable Society for Relief of SICK and INDIGENT ROOMKEEPERS. Royal Exchange, 7th June, 1833. Rev. THOMAS R. SHORE, B. D., in the Chair. The following Resolutions were unanimously agreed to Resolved—That the marked and grateful thanks of this Meeting are hereby tendered
25 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MINERAL ZAFFERIA

MINERAL ZAFFERIA

FOB FILLING DECAYED TEETH, WITHOUT PAIN, HEAT, OR PRESSURE, AND INCORRODIBLE MINERAL TEETH, WITHOUT WIRES, SPRINGS, OR ANT OTHER LIGATURES. Patronized His Most Gracious Majesty the King of Holland and Royal Family. THE MESSRS. RUBY AND LEWEY JOURDAIN, SURGEON DENTISTS, FROM GERM
25 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Edited by Lord DOVER.

Edited by Lord DOVER.

Edited Lord DOVER. Richard Bcntley, New Burlington 6treet, London, (successor ilenry Colburn) ; sold by JOHN CUMMING, 1 Lower Dublin, and all Booksellers in Ireland. This div is published, two large volumes octavo, price \l. 108., HISTORY of THE FRENCH UEVOLUTTOF: froa» the ASSEM
28 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REMOVAL.

REMOVAL.

THOMAS CONRY begs leave to acquaint both his town and country connexions, that he has this day removed from No. 19, MERCHANT'S-tiUAY, to the much more spacious Concerns, No. 21, upon the samof Uuay, (lately occupied by Mr. THOMAS M. ha* removed to No. 15), where hepurposes'to be
24 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I;M I Gil ] IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. OF COMMONS —FRIDAY, JUNE 21 IRISH CHURCH TEMPORALITIES BILL. The house having resolved itself

I;M I Gil ] IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. OF COMMONS —FRIDAY, JUNE 21 IRISH CHURCH TEMPORALITIES BILL. The house having resolved itself

into a committee on tl.i- hill—Mr. the chair— Clause ILL EVANS proposed ainendmeot to include the Di Christ Church. a few observations from Mr. STANLEY and CONOR DON, the amendment was withdrawn. From clause to 131 gave rise to a long and dcsul: conversation, in which Mr. STANLE
26 June 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland