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Movement? Regiments.— The .'l9th was to march from Madras to Bangalore, and to be there stationed, instead of Secunderabad, as first ordered; the 4. ith to march from Masnlipatam to Secunderabad, and to be there stationed ; the 4fith was Weyorc on the 9th January, and would reac
01 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUICIDE OF G. G. COOKE, ESQ.

SUICIDE OF G. G. COOKE, ESQ.

On Monday afternoon a Coroner's inquisition was taken before Mr. Carter, at the White Hart, Kcnnington Cross, view of the body of Mr. George Gillinan Cooke, aged thirtysix, who held a situation in the Civil Account Office, Dublin, and who terminated his existence hy taking pruss
03 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

August 3, at St. Anne’s Church,. Belfast, by the Rer. John Wm. Whiteside, of the Vicarage, Keswick, James Whiteside, Esq., Barristcr-at Law, to Rosetta, fourth daughter of the late Wm. Napier, Esq , of Belfast. August 3, St. George’s Church, Limerick, David Charles Pitcairn, Esq
06 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
-■' ' ROTAU QMOXGt IN IRkLVND. «T NOVEMBEB. C4ok» ngwhrtfi tJurfnn M «ypfc>rin« t» tka Bcfirtnr. .* , ANp *

-■' ' ROTAU QMOXGt IN IRkLVND. «T NOVEMBEB. C4ok» ngwhrtfi tJurfnn M «ypfc>rin« t» tka Bcfirtnr. .* , ANp *

.* ' Jn BE LET OB SOU* , M BAWN PARK, AT THT OF TALLAftif* A COMFORTABLE Funily Houm, Jre«ed, and finnhed in the belt manner. It containi Mo Parlon, four Bedroom*, Kitchen, Serrante’ Apartraent*, Knlrhbouie, And Bt|bling for Six Hones. The Park is ftcttsed with anil, right feet
05 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—Feiday

HOUSE OF LORDS—Feiday

The East India bill was read a second time, without discussion, this evening. A [)etitioii from All SainU Foplar, in favor of the introduction poor laws into Ireland, was read by the Bishop of London. The House was left discussing the dramatic performances bill, the second readi
05 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY LENT, AT FIVE PF.H CENT., On Platt, W atchet, Jewellery, Wearing Apparel, H» Linen, fre., AT WALL’S, i LICENSED

MONEY LENT, AT FIVE PF.H CENT., On Platt, W atchet, Jewellery, Wearing Apparel, H» Linen, fre., AT WALL’S, i LICENSED

PAWN BROKING ESTABLISHMENT, 49, MARLBOHOUGH-STREET. DUBLIN, WALL informs the Public, all Property, depositef with her, where (he Sum lent shall Two Pounds, and not exceed Ten, the remaining Principal, from Two*' to Ten Pounds, will bd chargeable with an Interest Five per Cent Ta
05 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONDAY AUGUST 5.

MONDAY AUGUST 5.

On Monday, at leio’eloek. Judge Vandeleur again proceeded with Crown triala in the Coonijr Court, where 'Daniel Hartnett, Maurice Harriett, and Midtael Burke, were indicted, foe atealjog a hone from Thomas Cronin, and another from John Ciwleiloe, who sworn that last November had
07 August 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH CLERGY

IRISH CLERGY

Lord Althorp, Wednesday night, in reply to a question fiom Sir R. Peel, relative to the measu to be pursued for the relief of the Irish clergy, stated Government intended without loss of time to hrii forward a resolution, specifying the sum deemed equivalent fur their 18.11 «n<l
03 August 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ASSlZES —Aitgust 1. TRIAL OF THOMAS STEELE, ESQ. Thursday having been fixed for the trial of Thomas Steele, Esq., the

ASSlZES —Aitgust 1. TRIAL OF THOMAS STEELE, ESQ. Thursday having been fixed for the trial of Thomas Steele, Esq., the

prosecution of the Crown r for libel, the entrance to the city court house was crowded at an early hour. At about half-past nine o’clock, the Hon. Baron Pennefalher took his seat upon the bench. The panel, consisting of sixty-four names, having been called over, the gentlemen, w
03 August 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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and ne -am lie ; lie never hesitated about it Mr. hat was off, on the second shot; this witness also identified the prisoner. John M‘Gentiis «as coming out of the bank; on shot fired, and that gentleman was killed, went up and observed him atiempt to rise himself up, whpn he obs
03 August 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland