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IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC.

IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC.

SPLENDID DISCOVERY IN THE TREATMENT 0£ SWEENY, Jon., 18, Henry-street, Doblih. beg* call the attention of the Public to style of Cutting and Dressing the Hair, never before attempted Dublin but by himself, and carried now with the greatest success in London and Paris; still begs
02 August 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
WESTMEATH ASSIZES—JuIy 23.

WESTMEATH ASSIZES—JuIy 23.

WESTMEATH ASSIZES— JuIy 23. Three convictions which took place at these Assizes were considered important: that of Bernard Kelly, for the attack on Mr. Goold—of Andrew Johnson, for the murder of M. Gaynor —and of Thos. Poynton, for servings threatening; notice. In pronouncing sen
02 August 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MEATH ASSIZES.

MEATH ASSIZES.

Trim, July 26.— The Hon. Judge Johnson opened the Commission at three o clock. Grand Jury KHImo. Foretnin : Sir Wro. ttomvrville, B»rt ; Itmn L. N«pi«", Willi.m B- W.dr, W1111..0 rt. W.IW, Emk*. j Colon*) T. Pepper; John N. M. Ger.rd, K. Burke. Henry Smith, Anthony BUcklmroe. An
02 August 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FOR ST. JOHN’S, NEW BRUNSWICK, To Sail on the sth August, THE SUPERIOR FAST-SAILING SHIP quhttiit leitch. ADAM MACKAY, Master.

FOR ST. JOHN’S, NEW BRUNSWICK, To Sail on the sth August, THE SUPERIOR FAST-SAILING SHIP quhttiit leitch. ADAM MACKAY, Master.

For Freight or pirate apnly Board WARRENPOINT, or to JAS. & JOS. LYLE, NEWRY.
06 August 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TRIAL OF THOMAS STEELE, ESQ.

TRIAL OF THOMAS STEELE, ESQ.

Thursday, Aug. I.—This day having been fixed for the trial of Thomas Steele, Esq., at the prosecution of the Crown, for a libel, the entrance to the City Court-House was crowded at an early hour. At about half-past o clock, the Hon. Baron Pennefather took bis seat upon the Bench
06 August 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
COLLISION.

COLLISION.

Because Lord Grey has not attempted to hare rescinded from the icicktJ Bill, the amendment of his (Jiace t'-e Amibishop of Canterbuhy the Chureh-»nppre-- sion clause, some of the papers in the pay of Minister, are throwing out hints wickedly inviting to a collision between the t
03 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH JURIES.

IRISH JURIES.

Mr. SHEIL, withdrawing his motion respecting the exclusion Roman Catholics from juries on crown prosecutions in Ireland, which stood in his name for that evening, expressed a hope that, before the next session, government would direct their attention to the subject, and cause su
03 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GALWAY ASSlZES—Wednesday, July 21

GALWAY ASSlZES—Wednesday, July 21

GALWAY ASSlZES —Wednesday, July 21 Michael CutvJL/ was indicted, tried, and found guilty for the murder of .Mary Garvey, on Easter Monday last, near the Church of Headford. The Rev. Father Hughes gave the prisoner excellent character. On leaving the table, Mr. Ellis called his re
07 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GALWAY ASSIZES.

GALWAY ASSIZES.

THE UNION. The evidence taken before the committee of the In-h House GREAT WILL CASE. of Commons, on the subject of the Union between this councokn v. peassß. try and England, has been recently rejirinted order of the ■n, oortant record, which involved the large real and English
07 August 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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