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SAVAGE OUTRAGE.

SAVAGE OUTRAGE.

Ou Thursday last, the Ist iustaut, as a man from Muff was bathing at the Black Rock, ho was most inhumanly beaten two men at the moment of his leaving the water; it would appear they watched this moment to effect their barbarous purpose, being provided with bludgeons with which
06 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN COHN EXCHANGE.—AfOPKT 8.

DUBLIN COHN EXCHANGE.—AfOPKT 8.

There was a very small supply of wheat at market to-day, yet, from the scarcity of water at the mills, and the weather, it sold at a reduction of I*. per barrel, while oats the contrary were in pood demand, and fine samples rather dearer. There was but little new here offering:,
06 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. Michael Dunne proposed the health •■The Rev. Richard Cullen,” which was drunk with enthu-iastic applause. The reverend poutlenian rcturne.i

Mr. Michael Dunne proposed the health •■The Rev. Richard Cullen,” which was drunk with enthu-iastic applause. The reverend poutlenian rcturne.i

thanks in speech which honor both to his head and heart, a true patriot Christian minister. pi,,, repeal of the septennial act and vote by ballot,” ■i The Hfiiistcr and Pilot, and the rest the independent press of Ireland.” gentleman connected with the Register returned thanks.
03 August 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ABOLITION OF TITHES.

ABOLITION OF TITHES.

Mr. SHEIL presented petition from the parish of Kiiglasson the county of Clare, praying a total abolition of tithes. Mr. O’DWYER said with respect the petition presented the honorable and learned member (Mr. Sbeil.) respecting the Newrv election, must say some notice had not bee
03 August 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DTATILS.

DTATILS.

At Gotha, his Koy.il llighne«s the Duke Wut*‘inl*e»g. brother-in-law her Royal Highness the Kent. IJiiitlnrt, Not h Devon, uil'e Major Ih.'ti. » Cuui)j)kll Graham. In Loiolon, on the , sinecicly regretted by all wh.*w« ; » thurunghly acquainted with him, Mr. Keating, of (»n * Br
03 August 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CAPTIItB Og LISBON —WAR WITH SPAIN,

THE CAPTIItB Og LISBON —WAR WITH SPAIN,

THE Og LISBON —WAR WITH SPAIN, Corn vbia n’-ofkice, Saturday Morning—lntelligence has been received Captain King, cnminunicaied of Ida Majesty's ship Forte, lying Plymouth Sound, that the Msg frigate passed up rhsnuel yesterday, and communicated to the Forte telegraph the iullowi
03 August 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
WATERI

WATERI

Butter, per cwt. VI-heat, per b«r. Out*. ‘>o. Burley, do. Datiueal, per ewi 3ilp, do. 411111, ito. .n<)l»n Com, i!o. Mfttl. do. •.««on IMrh. Pork do. do. P«*» k* Re»*f, per lb- J»ork, do. * 00 0 utter Thursday— Sew. 70« to 73* per cwl.— Weighed, 191. Yesterday i Friday)— Buffer,
03 August 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
CAPTAIN NAPIER.

CAPTAIN NAPIER.

contemplated the friends Coptwo C. Napier, C. 8., Commander Datum Maria’s fleet, t(* the lnle '|fforl«ii* rietoiy gained their frlloa - -townsman the aqnadroii, tlianer.—Port* Herald. A i» nlmtit to roiirrned, with little delay possible,' fur liie purpose of ti stifying, in some
03 August 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
ATTACK ON THE HOUSE JAMES NEAL, ATCOOEN, NEAR CASTEECOMEU. Michael Bradley, John M'Donnell, Denis Brenan, and Michael Cantwell, were indicted

ATTACK ON THE HOUSE JAMES NEAL, ATCOOEN, NEAR CASTEECOMEU. Michael Bradley, John M'Donnell, Denis Brenan, and Michael Cantwell, were indicted

for assaulting the habitMion of James Neale, at Cooen, the 28th of October 1831, and for administering an oath to the said Neal to quit his bouse and farm. M‘Donnell pleaded guilty, aid the trial of the other three were proceeded with. Martin Kavanagh, an approver, examined. Rem
03 August 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
can t exactly tell ; I bought it for the purpoae in a »hop opposite the Royal Arcade. Here the

can t exactly tell ; I bought it for the purpoae in a »hop opposite the Royal Arcade. Here the

examination nnd the roagist rates ordered the prisoner to be carefully removed. He deliberately pulled up his shirt sleeves to allow the handcuffs to be placed on bim, and walked quietly out of the board-room with the officers. A red silk purse, found on the prisoner, was examin
03 August 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland