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THE KILKENNY A'_;';_iiZES.

THE KILKENNY A'_;';_iiZES.

THE KILKENNY The event of these Assizeshasbe;n looked fur with peculiar interest, nut only by the inhabitants of the district in which the Offrueev for trial were committed, but also by the population of the Empire at large, who desired to see the effects of the Coercive Bill, in
03 August 1833 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1833.

DUBLIN: FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1833.

I . ol. ?- - - - . . . ". 'i ?? I - ?! -1: . ? - . nvoraillattlo I?Wourllal, ? ? - ? I ?? 7- - DUBLIN: FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1S8S3 I I _ __ _ 0 LATEST NEWS FROM PORTUGAL-AFAILURE. OF THE AlIGUELITE ATTACK ON OPORTO,. We are enabled to communicate to our readers, through ; the polite-
02 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GLEANINGS FROM THE AGE.

GLEANINGS FROM THE AGE.

. RoY-At WiT.--Wben the. Earl Grey had prevailed upon' 'his Royal Master to advance the Lord Goderich to the Earl- udom of qRiqon, he went to solicit the noble Earl's continu- ance in administration as Lord Priayi Seal. Upon the re- ql~esi being intimated to his Majesty, he very
07 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

ASS.IZE lT2'ELLIGENLCE. LINCERICK ASSIZES-Tauiusl)AY, "KiAL 01' T. ScEELE, ESQ1., President of th Limerick Chaptert of the Order of Libe- ~rators, and Memiber''of the B'irmniig4a~n Political Union. Thbis kxd'aoitlisary trial, whbich. Pxc'ited th6 jre~aieft iiite- reiun, a'llclass
06 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
M: FRIDAY EV

M: FRIDAY EV

FRIDAY EV INGTAU J. HAS ARRIVED; MINERAL SUCCEDANEUM FOR slN' ! '!<l,.*- •cayed Teeth without Pain, Heat, or Prefaure and Incorrodible Mineral without Wire?, Springs, or any other Ligatures. * Monsieur J. SURGEON DCNT/SV, of tlu> Firm ot Monsieur and SONS, .12, Great Russamstreet
02 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ESTABLISHED CIRCULATING LIBRARY, 36, NASSAU-STREET. B. SAUNDERS letutns his sincere thanks to his numei Subscribers an.! Friends for the kind

ESTABLISHED CIRCULATING LIBRARY, 36, NASSAU-STREET. B. SAUNDERS letutns his sincere thanks to his numei Subscribers an.! Friends for the kind

patronage and support he has experienced since his commencement in business ; to inform them that addition to bis extensive collection Novels, Romances, Miscellaneous Works, Magazines and Reviews, &c\, has lately the following New Works y HORACE CORRESPONDENCE,/hree vols. LITE O
05 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REWARD.

REWARD.

WHEREAS EDWARD C. TYRRELL has, on Tuesday, the 23d July last, absconded from my Office, without fully accounting for the property placed in his care, which recourse must he had to his sccuri • ties to make up the deficiency that is visited on them—the public are hereby cautioned
05 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR LIVERPOOL,

FOR LIVERPOOL,

From Kingstown Fier, the Post Office Packets, ETNA, COMET. THETIS, DOLPHIN. One of the above Packets starts for Liverpool each evening at Five o'Clock precisely, from the Pier at Kingstown. Coaches leave the Office, No. 11, Eden-quay, to couvey Passengers to the Packet. First Co
05 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—FRIDAY, AUGUST 2.

HOUSE OF LORDS—FRIDAY, AUGUST 2.

The infirmary (Irelaud) bill was read a second time, and ordered committed on Tuesday next. The Bishop LONDON presented a peetition from All Saintß, Poplar, in favour of the introduction of poor laws into Ireland. EAST INDIA COMPANY'S CHARTER BILL. On the motion of the Marquess
05 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH BILL.

THE CHURCH BILL.

At anticipated, the Commons, with ail the swagger, did not attempt reinstate the clauses thrown out in the Lords, although they went directly to affect the very principle the Bill originally introduced.— We shall look to tee work well for the Clergy and the Church ; and the rest
05 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland