Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 10,343 articles

THE CHUROy

THE CHUROy

THE HUNDRED ORDINATION TIONS, with Hints Divinity an to Candidates for Orders, alter ilro Articles. Price . . . v . lISKI ol- WILLIAM CURRY, Juo.jp.4. Sackville-street; and TIMS, Graftonstreet; GRANT and BOLT(JN, Dame-street. " unhesitatingly recommend it general notice." Univers
05 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
■' ■ . .

■' ■ . .

05 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAPTURE OP LISBON.

CAPTURE OP LISBON.

CAPTURE LISBON. DUBLIN, MONDAY, AUGUST Lisbon was entered on the 24th ult., the Duke of Terceira and Count Villa Flor; the Duke of Cadava), with the garrison of 4000 men, having evacuated that city without contest. A battle, of which we have scarcely any particulars, was fought o
05 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HALF-PAY OFFICERS.

HALF-PAY OFFICERS.

Porty-five military gentlemen are employed barrack masters at home, and thirteen abroad, whose half-pay amounts to 5,381/., and salaii a to 10,424/. Forty-one police coustables Ireland, half-pay 3,129/., and salaries 5,945/. Eleven in military departments home, and niuekbroad, h
28 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
New Herrings. SUBSCRIBEII now Landing, Thomas and Anne, James Hanna, Master, from Wick, 221 Barrels New Scotch Herrings, Of superior

New Herrings. SUBSCRIBEII now Landing, Thomas and Anne, James Hanna, Master, from Wick, 221 Barrels New Scotch Herrings, Of superior

quality, whicbjwill be disposed of at bis STORKS, 3i, Waring-^bekt. ' ISAAC ARROTT. 101 August, 1533.
19 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST CTTMMASIUM.

BELFAST CTTMMASIUM.

BELFAST MONS. FRECHET has the honour of announcing to the Nobility. Gentry, and Public of Belfast, ami vicinity, that be will commence his course of Instruction in the healthy, invigorating, and elegant science of N A STICS and K A LIS TH E NICS. the Gymnu-ium, Montgomery-Stlieet
22 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIARHIEO.

SIARHIEO.

On Prldiy. the ln«tant. the Re*. George Belli-. Mr. Andrew Darid-on, MI-» Marerret Brown, holt, of Gir*an, Scotland. Tueadarlart, the Re*. George Belli*. George Fowler, of Dub. l,n. K-q . Debb*. daughter of the late Mr. 1-aac Paeon, of'h'.town. On ■* morning, in St. Peter Church
29 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Building Ground to be Let,

Building Ground to be Let,

FOR Lives Renewable for Ever, or for any term of Years, upon that part of Sir STEPHEN MAYS Ground, in the continuation MAY-STREET, and in the vicinity of the Ns w-BaufeK. Application to be m»de to Mr. DAVIS, SolicitorAkrt^dr-Place. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On SA TURD Y. the 31«/ d
29 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NORTHERN WHIG. ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES. &c.

THE NORTHERN WHIG. ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES. &c.

The Cootf.hii.l Murders— The Morning Register publishes a letter from Correspondent in Dundee, who says he has reason to believe, that some of the Cootehill murderers are in that town, but has been unable induce the Fiscal arrest them. If any of these men were there, this very i
29 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
hereby abolish Kpiseopary; mid the King; and Queen’s Majesty declare, that they will settle, by law. that Church povcniinont in

hereby abolish Kpiseopary; mid the King; and Queen’s Majesty declare, that they will settle, by law. that Church povcniinont in

this kingdom, which is most agreeable to the inclinations of the people.” This Act was passed in IfiSO, under William the Third, of immortal memory.” admirable specimen of liberal legislation; and sufficient immortalize man whose memory has been so much disgraced by wretched fac
05 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland