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THL DUBLIN OBSKHVKK

THL DUBLIN OBSKHVKK

THL DUBLIN iiiK her hams, that I go to the Father before calls me, that without confession —without being reconcileil by the sacred anointment, I precipitate myself with rny sins to escape earthly pollution !” And determined, the gitl rose fdr the deadly leap, but Mom bars reache
03 August 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Sir William Oossett left town yesterday on his returning to Dabliu, after being examined, Mr. Steele's trial ai our city

Sir William Oossett left town yesterday on his returning to Dabliu, after being examined, Mr. Steele's trial ai our city

Assizes. Yesterday John Hession, convicted on Wednesday at Galway assizes Inrynllism and sentenced In Iranspnrlnttun fur life, was here, ou his way tu be embarked at Cove. /' Wednesday, at Gulwny assizes, the Bun Mr. pjenrli Was found guilty of sending to provoke a duel to Mr, l
03 August 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
. PRIVATE COttIIKHPONDBNCK. TMB PILOT.) London, Satanky. Here we nre, with another apparent crista blown over. Ybe Wbiga hold in,

. PRIVATE COttIIKHPONDBNCK. TMB PILOT.) London, Satanky. Here we nre, with another apparent crista blown over. Ybe Wbiga hold in,

and are holding too long for their own safety. They hare been urged to bring the matter at once to point—to send some popular resolution to the Lords, and taka their stand upon resign if the King will not giro them power to opposition in the Lord* popular measures. This would br
03 August 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
fP«OM Till! SUM.)

fP«OM Till! SUM.)

just ri*r<‘iverf caiiiiiiiin'ratii'n mir KaluiuuMi , »|nind( > nt, wliicli it will lik seen ttini .Marslml U<Mirimint made uii* su<:re>»fnl Httaik ou Oporto, and ««< iihout reticw the tusanlt. Tile. Idslion piipers, nloi j will below, contain much cxaggernlcd ioi fornmtimi, resp
03 August 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THK CAPTfiaC or USBOV—WAII WITH SPAIN

THK CAPTfiaC or USBOV—WAII WITH SPAIN

THK CAPTfiaC or WITH SPAIN Cornubi an-office, Saturday has been received Captain King, communicated an V«cer of bis Majesty’s ship Forte, lying in Plymouth Sound, (hat the .Mag frigate passed up channel vestenJay, and coinaiuntrafed the Forte by telegraph the following most impor
03 August 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANUE—Wkdmisimv

LONDON CORN EXCHANUE—Wkdmisimv

LONDON CORN Wkdmisimv Tiie present weather particularly suitable for lie" harvest, and with the pros|iect of our early supplies new grain, and those in gum) condition, the nook, in state of great torpidity. It will be observed >t the supplies lasi market liava been moderate, but
03 August 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
WATER I

WATER I

» » 10 10 Butter, |»rr curt. Wheat, per bur. 0«t«. «*o- Barley, d«»- Oatmeal, per nour.Stla.per hatt » IS 10 88 S3 *7 IS 00, •* 7« 7§ » 9 It* 9 I# * 27 22 27 \II IS It II 00 OK 44 *0 4 » 29 21 21 2* 18 18 *» 18 )8 9 9 d t d. d. I** 48 9 99 o* si IS si 3h «h Ob At R. «. 1 " «. •.
03 August 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCEfJ..iS,EOVS.

MISCEfJ..iS,EOVS.

MISCEfJ..iS , EOVS. A and Hbai.tht oi.d Man.—Tli» Curl of in Aprerlt ugmu ilie lri«h Cliurrb Reform Bill, tlecUrrd tbot the greotett »ouri pain »hirh ever felt in the caur«e of a long life, WM« when, in li 8». hl« noble friend the Duke of Wellington, had lironglit forward the qae
03 August 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
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03 August 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
SLAVERY ABOLITION BILL.

SLAVERY ABOLITION BILL.

The Slavery Abolition Bill was reconsidered in Committee, when the debate on Sir E. Wilmot'a amendment on the Sstb danse, for reducing the amount of compensation to the West India planters, was renewed. The amendment was opposed by Sir R. Peel, and Mr. Stanley, on the ground tha
07 August 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland