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TUB HARVEST.

TUB HARVEST.

DSOGHSDA, SATUEBAY, AUGUST 3.—The weather for the last few days having been particularly One, the crops generally hive made rapid progress to maturity, and promise well, or perhaps better, than for many years, both respects quantity and quality. Oats light gravelly soils are exc
07 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VPLTXXXIi—r ANb THE PRESS. 1 i L-:

VPLTXXXIi—r ANb THE PRESS. 1 i L-:

VPLTXXXIi—r THE PRESS. i L-: , (f*ram th* Tims.) of Mr. O'CoMvtt's present una.'rUking i» the whole ootarno of hi* actions on hi* own tkoatrt, »r the other the water. Jn Irdiuid bis single aim las hee:»M subservient, slave, t'ree afenc/ there, of even' the most indirect *m<H«atio
07 August 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN I N FELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN I N FELLIGENCE.

lieve received BraueU Fapets the ,10th of '•jly, ImU they are destitute of news. Tlicy evince . anxiety to learn the result of the Conference London i and rumours were afloat that treaty liad been agreed to in which the interests of Beli'ium sacrificed, and that the intelligence
07 August 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Ijwd Ellenborough and the Duke of Gloucrbtbr admitted that the measure bad been considerably improved in committee, yA felt they

Ijwd Ellenborough and the Duke of Gloucrbtbr admitted that the measure bad been considerably improved in committee, yA felt they

could not vote for the third reading. The Duke of BUCKINGHAM said, the measure, in his opinion, ought to rejected, because its principle was a had one, and in accotdance with tHis feeling be should move that it be read a third tii(e that day six months. , The Marquis of LANSDOWN
07 August 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
ail. THE ARMY. Lieutenaot-Oeneral Sir John proceeds immediately to Boaibay Commander-in-Chief. M%or Macdonald soconnaaies as military aenetary, sad officer oflha

ail. THE ARMY. Lieutenaot-Oeneral Sir John proceeds immediately to Boaibay Commander-in-Chief. M%or Macdonald soconnaaies as military aenetary, sad officer oflha

fiStk Regfmsnt is sm aboard owt of rddss-do-camp. Sir Joha is aalwwi of the fiSlh. One haadtsd and sierra invalids, faoas regiments sad depots to I rsln I. passed As board OflilmalahiM last week elsiamats to paaafans. The expeass fas mflllsT aceooffing to the estimates for the c
07 August 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 

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A match was laved last week between the officers of Cork and the members ol (ho Cork blub, the garrison Went ill lust, and cot lot innings 4.' runs; the Club Ist innings o.) runs , the Uarnson innings 2? runs, having nine wickets to down, ihe match was tor a dinner, and well pla
07 August 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
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jeaoo 0 3 4 EXfKNUITUHR. 1 4 10 I 0 21*2 2 Balance in favor of thn Chnrilr, August 2, f Bvthe Presidents’ Reports it appeared that 1 >' TIIorSANI) EIGHT HUNDRED AND THIRTYFIVE Individuals were relieved during the Month of July, t&K), (four weeks). By order, JOHN O’GALLAGHER, Secr
07 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDUCATION. EVERTON SCHOOL, Under the Sanction of the Right Rev. Doctor Doyle. of diani tie lav enjoy. GEORGE A. LYNCH,

EDUCATION. EVERTON SCHOOL, Under the Sanction of the Right Rev. Doctor Doyle. of diani tie lav enjoy. GEORGE A. LYNCH,

Principal^ BUSINESS will be resumed on Monday, the i ’and Mr. Lynch requests that the Parents of his Pupils will procure their return with as possible. The patronage which Ererton School continue renders unnecessary of Mr. L. to solicit on thqt bead ; but he takes this opportuni
07 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

On the instant, at Richmond.place, Mr?. Byrne. On the 3d nxstant, at in his 41st year, Mr. John Gilbert, of Jervia.street, this City, merchant and Portuguese Vice-Consul. On Thursday last, Catherine.street, Limerick, Mrs. Lloyd, idow of the late James Lloyd, Esq. At the residenc
07 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH.

THE CHURCH.

The Archbishop of Cashel has arrived in Waterford, to take charge at diocese and Lismore, which are annexed the Archdistrict by the new Church bill. On Sunday last the Rev. Mr. Dickenson, Chaplain to bis Grace the Archbishop of Dublin, entered upon tbe duties of bis Ministry in
07 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland