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THE HUSH MAGISTRATES.

THE HUSH MAGISTRATES.

call attention to letter from our Dublin correspondent, giving account of the result of the investigation tne Orange murders Cootehill, to the renewed production that moral loathing of that wretched spirit faction which, with such consequences before its ejes, neither seeks to r
03 August 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CROPS IN SCOTLAND.

CROPS IN SCOTLAND.

The weather in the early part of the week was very wot, particularly Tuesday, when it rained without intenuission during the whole day. ' The white crops, which arc heavy and fast advancing to maturity, were much laid in many fields, but as it hits kept dry since Tuesday, the cr
03 August 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GUIDES FOR STRANGERS IN IRELANa

GUIDES FOR STRANGERS IN IRELANa

GUIDES FOR STRANGERS IRELANa Published by \VM. CURRY, Jun. and Co., 9, Upper Ssckvillo-street j and sold by all Booksollors. rflHB PICTURE DUBLIN, with a Plan of the ■L City, and Kiplitoen Views, 7s. 6(L bound. V. MAP OP DUBLIN, in a Case, 2s. Cd. .a NORTHERN TOURIST; or Guide th
03 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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03 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TORY FATION.

THE TORY FATION.

Tbe Tory Peer* are now caballing to discover how they can show their teeth (their gums only being impressed on the Irish church bill) on the subject of tbs Scotch burgh and India hills. This morning (Wednesday) the Duke of Wellington, Lord Ellenborough, and a few the confidents
03 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
register in chancery office bill. DUBLIN SHIP CANAL.

register in chancery office bill. DUBLIN SHIP CANAL.

Mr. O’CONNELL wished know from the right hon. gentleman opposite whether the witnesses who had attended the committee on the bill were to be paid. In a private communication it had been stated to him that they were, but he wished officially to know the fact. Mr. S. RICE wished t
03 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Colonial Embarrassments. —The consequence of the recent failure of several of the great East India bouses have been very lamentable.

Colonial Embarrassments. —The consequence of the recent failure of several of the great East India bouses have been very lamentable.

We have heard of lamiles living a few months since in ease and opulence, who are now exiled to the economic villages of France. The depreciation in the West India property has also been productive of great embarrassments to the owners. have heard that Lord Harewood. instead of d
03 August 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Juryi-I feel sincere gratification at this the first time of mj the honor to address Gentlemen of the Grand Jtiry

Juryi-I feel sincere gratification at this the first time of mj the honor to address Gentlemen of the Grand Jtiry

bf the City of Limerick, to sj-.eak to them oil the state of the caleadar. which affords matter of miteb Congratulation, there are for ttial on your city colebdar at the present Assizes but fifteen per son*, add those too for offences, so far as I can learn, of no great enormity
03 August 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. Beoneri, said, if we understood his f.ordslrp correctly, Put it Mr. Steele means it.") Mr" Beniietti in continuation, alluded

Mr. Beoneri, said, if we understood his f.ordslrp correctly, Put it Mr. Steele means it.") Mr" Beniietti in continuation, alluded

the use .of the Pil<c bcinar a most revolting recommendation, in this horrid lihel. to all tfio*e who would love cherish their country. And when the learned Counsel read and upou e passage in the speech where Mr. Steele stated that he would with pleasure cut down the timber upon
03 August 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
hud talk'n into tht- hands the revolutionary forces a few seamen resolved to set as privateers the Chilian and IVruvian

hud talk'n into tht- hands the revolutionary forces a few seamen resolved to set as privateers the Chilian and IVruvian

coasts. With this view they purchased an old West India drugger-boat (similar toaligiili-r) ; nn«l having taken a few additional hands, they put deck upon her, and otherwise rigged her out in pretty tolerable style.—'l hey next colkctcd a quantity old muskets, firelocks, boardin
03 August 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland