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THE STEAM SHIP

THE STEAM SHIP

CHIEFTA ITT. Captain EDWARD OWENS, On THURSDAY, the August, at TWO o'Clock in the Afternoon. These Steamers Sail from Belfast for Liverpool, every TUESDAY and THURSDAY ; and from Liverpool lor Belfast, every MONDAY FRIDA . FOB XiOWDOW. TRITON —~~~~~~~~ Aug. FROM LONDON FOR BELFA
03 August 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
t^fpply—Militia Estimates.

t^fpply—Militia Estimates.

Tb« Home resolved itself into a committee of supply. - Mr. ELLICE said that the estimates he had to propose bad been prepared and recommended to the House by committee, of which the hon. Member for Middlesex was member, and after the utmost care they had found >» to moke a large
07 August 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXETER ASSIZES.

EXETER ASSIZES.

LATE FATAL DUEL—ACQUITTAL OF MESSRS. MILFORD, HOLLAND, AND HALSTEAD. On Friday morning:, in the Crown Court, in which Mr. Juttice Pattison presided, Messrs. Milford, Holland, and Halstead, were put to the bar, on an indictment charging them with the murder of Doctor Hennis in du
03 August 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
A PRIEST’S CONSCIENCE,

A PRIEST’S CONSCIENCE,

PRIEST’S CONSCIENCE, At the la«f Longford Assizes Patrick and John Cnlreiy, and Patrick Donaghoe, were, before Mr. Justice Jehb, convicted of rape. It appeared that the prosecutrix had been sent for medicine for her sick mother. On her way home she was met one of the prisoners ;
03 August 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THOMPSON, CUTLER his EXCEL- I.RNCY the IjORH LIEUTENANT, end hi» MAJESTY’S STATIONARY OFFICE in IRELAND. „ NO. 6, HENRV-3TUKET, DUBLIN,

THOMPSON, CUTLER his EXCEL- I.RNCY the IjORH LIEUTENANT, end hi» MAJESTY’S STATIONARY OFFICE in IRELAND. „ NO. 6, HENRV-3TUKET, DUBLIN,

leave hia sincere thanks to the Nobility, ’■‘■Yteltrv, anti Members of the Medical Profession, tor the very decided and ineresainit patronage he continues to receive from them, which has enabled him to bring "the Manufactore of liish Cutleiy the most unrivalled perfection. An in
03 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
fT»HK DUBLIN UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE, I. VIII. for AUOUST. Price 2«. rontHin«-_I. The Crisis of Waterloo-I I- Summer Recolleclmmi—l • The

fT»HK DUBLIN UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE, I. VIII. for AUOUST. Price 2«. rontHin«-_I. The Crisis of Waterloo-I I- Summer Recolleclmmi—l • The

Poets of Scotland, Robert Gilfillan-IV. The Ljw- Brief, Chap. I. lI—V. Don (.omea and the/id Review, Travels of «n Irish(»<*ntleinan (coiirlndj») VII Irreeniar Ode Music—VlCl. Familiar from London. No. HI—IX. The Carouse-X. if.H.ral Philosophy—Genloyy, No. I—XI. The Contrest, th
03 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Church of Ireland Plunder Bill—the Bill for extinguishing Protestantism in Ireland—the Poperj- Triumph-Bill—that Bill to which can, as yet,

The Church of Ireland Plunder Bill—the Bill for extinguishing Protestantism in Ireland—the Poperj- Triumph-Bill—that Bill to which can, as yet,

safely gi«e any name which we think most descriptive of its nature anil tendency for it i« not yel Law —that Bill to which we cannot attach anyflesignation sufficiently expressiveof its fl biliousness, has been read third time and passed. If it shall teceive tie Royal Assent it
03 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MINISTRY—THE CHURCH BILL. AO*.) Tlie ordinary commencement our weekly now-a-days la, Ministers are defeated in Lords or Commons. As

THE MINISTRY—THE CHURCH BILL. AO*.) Tlie ordinary commencement our weekly now-a-days la, Ministers are defeated in Lords or Commons. As

things we stiould feel quite astonished if we had not some such anuuunreinetit to make. . <• In funner times Ministers would out on a. single defeat in either House ; but that is gone by. Our Ministers have no notion of doing anything Not they, indeed ! They cling to place with
01 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ARRIVALS AT 89, PAT RICK-STREET, (LATE MtSSRS. JAMES CLEARAr HAS received, ex Emancipation, Ursula, and Navarino. from London, 51 CHESTS

ARRIVALS AT 89, PAT RICK-STREET, (LATE MtSSRS. JAMES CLEARAr HAS received, ex Emancipation, Ursula, and Navarino. from London, 51 CHESTS

TEA. assorted. / 100 BAGS MAURITIUS FREE LABOUR SUGAR. / 5 HHDS. PRESERVING/.UMP SUGAR. 5 TIERCES BEST JAMAic/ COFFEE. 05 BAGS FRESH LISBON (direct, very fine,) 40 CASKS MUSTARD, With Raw and Patent Steam SvcAß.in Hhds. and Tierces. He is also largely supplied with Shooting and
01 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. JAMES ROCHE.

MR. JAMES ROCHE.

Song— The Last Rose of Summer.” Irish Melody.
03 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland