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London-august i.

London-august i.

Soino magnificent purchases have lately been made in Paris for the young Queen of Portugal. Should she succeed, however, in obtaining possession the throne, her carriage will made in England, and jafgi! rchaves will lie made her account. There want of money even now in the famil
07 August 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
off my*elf r" aod, h<* theft, touching a piece of wire. diew off his topper in a momcot, and appeared

off my*elf r" aod, h<* theft, touching a piece of wire. diew off his topper in a momcot, and appeared

a hald-heade'd man amidst shouts oflaugfuter froin all present. . - second charge, similar to that preferred by Mr. Owen, was made by Mr. Jones Tottenham court road, whom liad defrauded of 30«. worth silk. When the evidence in this case had been taken the prisoner said 'with lau
07 August 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTH

BIRTH

At Fort-William, near Ball) shannon, the J?tli ultimo, the ladv of the Rev. George H, Reade, of a aon and heir. At the house of her father, the Lord Bishop of Dromore, in Hartcourt-street, Dublin, on the Edward Loftus Neynee, Esq., of son. julySoth, at Tatton Park, Cheshire, the
07 August 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. EINN.

MR. EINN.

The rotes and proceedings" supply us with a list of some papers relative to the fiscal concerns of Ireland. These papers, we expert, will enable us to a certain extent to prove, official data, that the assertions which arc so often heard to the giant stride" advancement of Irela
07 August 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE RIGHT REV. DR. PHILPOTTS, LORD BISHOP OF EXETER. Martinstamn, 2d. 18SS. My Lord —lf I have delayed long

TO THE RIGHT REV. DR. PHILPOTTS, LORD BISHOP OF EXETER. Martinstamn, 2d. 18SS. My Lord —lf I have delayed long

to answer a charge the most grievous enormity, whieh the represent jour h*rd-hip to have made against me, not be inferred thatlhi? from any timidity upon my part deny the veracity, or challenge the proof of those charges, but, it generally known, not permitted, the laws of this
07 August 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOSS OK THE L.VDY OF THE LAKfi

LOSS OK THE L.VDY OF THE LAKfi

Moutre*! p*pers the 20lti June »t*ie, tli*t • few of ilie oolorinnate eurmor* of the L»ilyof th« Lake, from Belfast to Quebec, re*clie«l tlm* city the in *:*te ofgieat mieery *n(l tle»ii* lution. As f*r memory could rupiily, tl'ey faiiii»h tlie following list of the lofferere :
07 August 1833 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
F3R XiONDON*

F3R XiONDON*

The TRITON FROM LONDON FOR BELFAST. Friday, 9ih Ang. Smack LINENS and Other MERCHANDIZE, for Liverpool and* London* received and forwarded, of a. !y Sn.pp, , s Charges, LANGTRYS & IIERDMAN. , LANGTRYS & CO. Water-street,T Age!) „ « WM LAW OGILBV, Ingram-Court, I * Loniin, what is
07 August 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
KIL4C I.N NY, UN ESDA Y, MASSY 7, 18:33.

KIL4C I.N NY, UN ESDA Y, MASSY 7, 18:33.

KIL4C I.N UN ESDA Y, MASSY 7, 18:33. could Inaict by the of speeCli, which in their Parlituneutary character be l lionfed to theta, the most intolerable punislintotat 'on any or every.upan in the kingdom, against whom they eutertained a private grudge, :Mil could exercise this to
07 August 1833 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
REPORTING.

REPORTING.

Mr. O'CONNELL gave notice, that early next session he would move rescind the standing orders of the house that the publication of Us debates is a breach of privilege, and to have it declared that any unfair report or publication shall be a breach of privilege.
07 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
raoM the war examiner.

raoM the war examiner.

Mr. O’Connell and the Press —Mr. O’Con, nell has got into collision with the London daily Press. For a fair and candid view of the dispute, refer to the very judicious article we have e*. tracted from the London Examiner. That Mr. O’Connell was rash in quarrelling with the Press
07 August 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland