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ALEXANDER AND CO.'S BANKRUPTCY.

ALEXANDER AND CO.'S BANKRUPTCY.

Friday another meeting the creditors in this bankruptcy, the most extensive ever known the world, was held before Mr. Commissioner Fane, w ho, in reply to the inquiries of creditors, stated, that all persons who stood creditors in India, stoodcrcditors othi* country, and tace ve
07 August 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
mate oi rrta colnn.

mate oi rrta colnn.

mate colnn. i« uwe.i*>«ry for m* to ;,Tcm'Mie. iu order to i_ ;tl otr rea>.tr« i»i“Crt»cep>ion, tLat llie ..-event arliclo not profcsv i<> t>e calaloeuc cf hott»e-bre. kin**, burninjji, ui’iiHers, and oul:a»>'s. habiio.il detail of villainies of fit d, above head has lirouglit th
07 August 1833 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PRESS AND MR. O'CONNELL.

THE PRESS AND MR. O'CONNELL.

| (FROM THE EXAMINER.) Thus far with conquest have our arms been crownedl Because we've feund no ?? Tnuat . It was clear to us last week that the Times had placed itself in an untenable position. It could not suppress Mr. O'Con- nell's speeches without damaging its own circulati
07 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ESTABLISHED CIRCULATING LIBRARY, NASS A RET. B. SAUNDERS returns bis.sincere thanks hit nam*-; Subscribers and Friends tor the kind patronage

ESTABLISHED CIRCULATING LIBRARY, NASS A RET. B. SAUNDERS returns bis.sincere thanks hit nam*-; Subscribers and Friends tor the kind patronage

and support has experienced since his commencement basinets begs inform them that addition hit extensive collection of N.oviele, Romances, Miscellaneous Works, Magazines and Reviews, Ac., has lately adM the following New Works HORACE WALPOLE'S CORRESPONDENCE, vols. . •• j ••• ••
07 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PORTRAIT OP THE GREAT AGITATOR

PORTRAIT OP THE GREAT AGITATOR

(BY TUB AOTROI or STDSNUAM.) Behold the branded liar and coward, to whom sedition is the breath of life. His plebeian features are marked wjth certain malignant Influence; nature has given him an exterior irreparably rode and gross—and he affects brutality of manner, which teach
07 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BARBARIAN OF THE NORTH.

THE BARBARIAN OF THE NORTH.

From the Duchy of Posen, July I.—The frontiers of Poland ar® most strictly guarded by the Russians as well as by Prussians, in tha case ihe people endeavouring to'pas's the fion lierj. Travellers in curi and >. toot are stopped at every moment askrd for passports, in fear lest t
07 August 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
ail. MR. SOLOMONS. CAimON *.« tb* |»Uica *rrt ti« P,ll>l ***”*. »iKtaljo«m.y. hMpWTMtod their bei»« .h«rt the CMBtry. b^bUb* ie

ail. MR. SOLOMONS. CAimON *.« tb* |»Uica *rrt ti« P,ll>l ***”*. »iKtaljo«m.y. hMpWTMtod their bei»« .h«rt the CMBtry. b^bUb* ie

UlaM-wbieh Mr. 8. " dncrirtiM bb ! CBleaUled injure the arght a _ ■ alfto leg* Ware to obaerre, that doe* employ y Traveller* tor the aale of Pateot Aaabrr h'., *nd hope* the pablic «iU their tiAUßDag.ioat iudirulual the abore detcnptioD «bo present this city. 5T IMPORTANT INVEN
07 August 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
GOOD NEWS FOR THE CURATES.

GOOD NEWS FOR THE CURATES.

The DublinSutnmt PacMntuttu that the Archbitkop o< Cashel, oho is now Bishop also Waterford sad Uimorr. has promoted tweatj-oae clergymen, «hos» he found is diocese the tune entering upon its saperiatradncr, totally unconnected with his Grace, and previously u. known to him. are
07 August 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING IN DUBLIN FOR THE RELIEF AND

MEETING IN DUBLIN FOR THE RELIEF AND

EDUCATION OF THE POLES. A meeting «w held on Saturday, at Morrisson’e Great Rooms, for the formation of national association, aid in supporting and educating upwards of 300 youths now exiles from theii native country. The Lord Mayor took the chair. The Polish Count Nemachwceki,
07 August 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Palimcc from last mouth.

Palimcc from last mouth.

Ovisional Presidents, Salaries, C ommission to Collectors Sub- wriptions. Advertising, Crinting, » 9 ... 168
07 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland