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znsPEazAZ. pakislaxhient,

znsPEazAZ. pakislaxhient,

pakislaxhient, HOUSE OF COMMONS— JuIy 31. The Tliellusou’s Estate Bill was read a Second time, after considerable rurpeetiug the probable danger of th* precedent it might establish for Parliamentary interference with pi ivaieproperty Hie rest the morffing was occupied in receivin
07 August 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAND JURY BIIJ..

GRAND JURY BIIJ..

It is very generally believed that the Irish Grand Jury Bill will he passe.d this Session. DIABOLICAL OUTRAGE. Monday night last, a party of seven armed men entered the house of Patrick Looby at Lisruuagh, and succeeded in forcing him to swear not to take a house, the property o
07 August 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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sr® ESTABLISHMENT. M. & B. FEENY BEG to inform their Friends and the Pullic* that they have, this day, removed to 8, FOSEMAHYSTREET, a few Doors from BRIDGE-STREET, where they are largely Stocked with Hats s Beaver Bonnets^/ primming s, Which will be Sold Cheap, for Cash, or Shor
07 August 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
*v «-N « V. THE LORD LIEUTENANT’S VISIT.

*v «-N « V. THE LORD LIEUTENANT’S VISIT.

«-N « THE LORD LIEUTENANT’S VISIT. last his Excellency the M.iri|iils of An. glesey arrived with his intifnl yacht in Belfast loT'h llis Excellency attended by Baron Tuyll, Dr. Murrav and others of his suite, and is, we understand, in I'ooj health and delighted with his excursion
07 August 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SLAVERY ABOLITION BILL.

SLAVERY ABOLITION BILL.

The resolution of the committee for raising 20.000,0001., compensation the West India planters was reported and agreed to, and it was moved instruction to the committee the slaveiy abolition bill, that they have power to make provision in the bill pursuant to the object of the r
07 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RECENT ROW.

THE RECENT ROW.

Faith, O’Connell was wrong ’gainst the Tima to proceed, At its falsehoods so restlessly shying, For surely a print of long star.ding has need Now and then of the comfort of lying. Salk of Government Vices.—ln a recent Oovernmeat advertisement for the sale of a quantity of old or
07 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
[he*eqoedron of Don Pedro was off the tuck Li,bon on the 22. but were not msking sny demon- Juation against

[he*eqoedron of Don Pedro was off the tuck Li,bon on the 22. but were not msking sny demon- Juation against

that city, which is perfectly prepared for any attack. ahould fall, Pedroite war will completlj assume the character of piracy.— Tin, feelings or wishes of the poor Portuguese do not teem be consulted at all in this contest. Carlos de Ponsa. as Captain Napier cullslumself.has pu
07 August 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
SLAVERY ABOLITION BILL.

SLAVERY ABOLITION BILL.

The Slavery Abolition Bill was reconsidered in Committee, when the debate on Sir E. Wilmot'a amendment on the Sstb danse, for reducing the amount of compensation to the West India planters, was renewed. The amendment was opposed by Sir R. Peel, and Mr. Stanley, on the ground tha
07 August 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIED,

MARRIED,

Clontnrf Cburch. Henry joo., E«|., of of Weoford, Saiah, daughter W Aldcnnao Umpr. of IMK. brook I'ark, county Dublin. July, Matlock. Derbyshire, the Right lion Uni JUrbam. to Lady France* Jocelyn, aecond daughter of the Uoden. J the lourth marriage of Lord Barham, who i* in bit
07 August 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
AFFRAY AND LOSS OF LIFE.

AFFRAY AND LOSS OF LIFE.

AFFRAY AND LOSS LIFE. Our Nass correspondent has fhnriahcd the following facts concerning Affray between the police and peasantry, which, wiH be seen, ended in the lon of life—the first occurrence the kind which has happened since the constabulary ware appointed to that lawless-d
07 August 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland