Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 746 articles

TERMS:

TERMS:

Education, Boarding and Washing, for those who enter under Twelve Years of Age, Eight Guineas a Quarter. No Extra Charges: No Summer Vacation. Mr. H. has permission to refer to the Earl of Meath, and to other Parents of the greatest respectability, who have entrusted him with th
03 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
tr;j/l nnd Orning at the Distillery.

tr;j/l nnd Orning at the Distillery.

tr;j/l Orning at the Distillery. AIIRIVALS AT 89, PATKICK-STKEET, Mee-grg. Leslies' Honk.) JAMES CLEARY BAS received, Emancipation, Übsuia, and Xavapino, from London, 51 CHESTS TEA. assorted. 100 BAGS AURITIUS LABOUR SUGAR. 1 ) 5 lIHDS. PRESERVING LUMP SUJ/AR. 5 TIERCES BEST JAMA
03 August 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
iSyUEST THE B<»f)Y OF NATHANIEI. SNE Dublin, Thu Ran av, Aud. I—We yesterday had the melancltoly duty of annout.cing the

iSyUEST THE B<»f)Y OF NATHANIEI. SNE Dublin, Thu Ran av, Aud. I—We yesterday had the melancltoly duty of annout.cing the

death Mr. it was an event hourly after ton o’clock Tuesday night, when the consulting Surgeons left him. Yesterday morning the City Coroners, Aldermen Morrison and were in attendance, with number of highly respectable fellow citizens, from whom the Jury was selected. arriving at
03 August 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BOARDING AND DAY'SCHOOL. NO. fi, SOUTH raKOERICK-STBEKT. THE MISSES S FRIGHT, Successors. to late Missßivetle, most respectfully inform th^Fotnd and

BOARDING AND DAY'SCHOOL. NO. fi, SOUTH raKOERICK-STBEKT. THE MISSES S FRIGHT, Successors. to late Missßivetle, most respectfully inform th^Fotnd and

the Public, that they intend to open their reception of young Ladies, on Monday the sth ol hope’ by un,emitting attention m«.t thT *.nd patronage bestowed on their predecessor. Mastirs Terms continue the same. o.li.imis nrin. Any Information to abilities, Motal and ciples, may h
03 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MESSRS. FINN AND PERRIN.

MESSRS. FINN AND PERRIN.

Wc refer onrreatlers to the illiberal observations made bv Mr. Finn and Sergeant Perrin in the House of Commons, evening, 21tit Jtil\, relative to the Judges and Juries of Ireland, and particularly to those of the North. Now, as far we have ever heard known, more conscientious J
03 August 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 

View results found in British newspapers

Can you uncover your family story in our news archives?

View now Close
S'- LORDS— July 25* O.i tV.c motion of t)i« Lori Chancellor, the «h,«peery regulation bill a third time reused. Lord

S'- LORDS— July 25* O.i tV.c motion of t)i« Lori Chancellor, the «h,«peery regulation bill a third time reused. Lord

VV vuford said that the bill bad been read fir- t time. and lie had ottered no opposition to it, boeanse had hoped that it would be the last lime. TEMPOKAL.mF-s(IHKI.AN’D) CII-J.. On the motion of the Duke the house resolved itself into a conr.uftteo on the above bill. . , . The
03 August 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NAVY.

THE NAVY.

Portsmouth, 27. The North Star, guns. Captain Lord Win. Paget, arrived on Sunday last from Mexico and the Havannah, with spec:.! and cochineal board to the - value about 300,000 dollars- She bring* news from the Spanish Main, her departure having been known the arrival the last
03 August 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
NilE CLONMEL HEHALD.

NilE CLONMEL HEHALD.

CLONMEL HEHALD. inquirr w»» 4i»OT«r«4. th»t «•»!»« when he said h* wm the proceeding* of the officer#, *t Bougnton cburvli, mile* from the *pot. Evidence p*- given of these &ct«, the cnee for prosecution closed. . . . Mr. Wells addressed the jury for " prisoner, nnd contended tha
03 August 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Colleg*,suggested th.-propr-etTof tak.ngan earlyop P .» of contideiing the .mount of tbe..en,or iellmvah.p,. The amount of income derived from these

Colleg*,suggested th.-propr-etTof tak.ngan earlyop P .» of contideiing the .mount of tbe..en,or iellmvah.p,. The amount of income derived from these

fellowships appeared to him too large, and he thought it proper subject for inquiry, whether they ought not to be reduced in order to increase the number of tlfe junior fellowships? He thought that when , they beard that the average value those fellowships was , 7001. it was tim
03 August 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
CANZOMT t:ie diblin magazine for ai cisy ] *Tis sweet see, on yonder sleep. The sun’s last smile ro-v sleep.

CANZOMT t:ie diblin magazine for ai cisy ] *Tis sweet see, on yonder sleep. The sun’s last smile ro-v sleep.

Soft a< infant’s dream, While twilight’s breezes gently creep. Where the low bending willows weep Their leaves into the stream But sweeter far be, the brig moonlight *3, Alone, my lov», with 'liee! Mv Geraldine. How '■■rijhlly yonder moonbeams play. And the »' , ' how whirls awa
03 August 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland