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o the EDITOR REPORTER. | liive been a.t.lrcs«l by C-orr^rn^^t <* Paul Pry,” offiriny me valuable ml,M.ler tle-vw"* Depot in

o the EDITOR REPORTER. | liive been a.t.lrcs«l by C-orr^rn^^t <* Paul Pry,” offiriny me valuable ml,M.ler tle-vw"* Depot in

Cork, and *' w o,k <ao"' ,0n „ Cnee*: and ». Carreepnndent T>»e. .. , ,i.bntent ML him the street. the mean i,a * "''o ‘ay, that it i. not intention to r ti . e "f. of important that alb. me? I.ittleton, the new IrM, Secretary. .« a although maybe . friend to ."me of the Til 1"
03 August 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BOARD AND LODGING,

BOARD AND LODGING,

LADIES and GENTLEMEN visiting or amusement, will be accommodated SIMMONS’ Select Board and Lodging House, wlarhoV Row. Terms for Ladies per Week...... ~...£1 ————— Gentlemen ./.... extra Charge during the Rf.gatta./ Ang. 3.
03 August 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FIVE POUNDS REWARD.

FIVE POUNDS REWARD.

LOST this dav, August 3, between Xuckey-street and Charlotte-qjiay, a BROWN RUSSIAN LEATHER POCKET BOOR, with xSteel Clasp, Three Five Found Notes, and others to the amount of lfi27 10s, and Cards with the owners name. i Whoever will bring the same to the Office of Messrs. Richa
03 August 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW ESTABLISHMENT—TEAS

NEW ESTABLISHMENT—TEAS

JOHN CRAWFORD respectfully announces to the Inhabitants of Cork and the surrounding Country, that on Saturday, currant, he will open those premises. No. 63, Patrick-Strkft. (fourth door north from Patrick’s-Bridge) for the Sale TEAS, hand, per the Lee, Steamer, a large and sdoct
03 August 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BRIDGE STREET DANCING ACADEMY.

BRIDGE STREET DANCING ACADEMY.

VAC ATI ON will end the 10/A Avpwt MR. HTCKIK has the hdirour to announce his return from LONDON, where Month in the most eminent Pro particularly Monsieur Ai.bert, upon the latest improveraeaflf , style of Dancing, Mr. HICK IF constantly attendee! during the Engagement that , l
03 August 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Ooart—Then yea were bad defender of your bayonet; told tbe serjeant of theguard he was knocked down and the

The Ooart—Then yea were bad defender of your bayonet; told tbe serjeant of theguard he was knocked down and the

bayonet taken, but did not tell by whom, for the serieant did net ask him.— There waa defence, and prisoner was acquitted. ' '-s'' Patrick Glenny an/ Cornelius Hickey, were indicted lor the of William Fleming, coming from the fair of Abingdon, on the 3rd January hat. David Flemi
03 August 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON. JULY 31.

LONDON. JULY 31.

' The Thonas steamer, which arrived last ni;;ht, Inxight intelligence that a steamer had anived at Fahnouth from Oporto* on Monday night, bringing an account of an action between the armies of Miguel and Pedro at Oporto, on the 25ih ult., (July,) which ended at two, p. ra„ with
03 August 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THL DUBLIN OKS]^vi^

THL DUBLIN OKS]^vi^

DUBLIN otiers opuou; gives lire knife, says, Eitlier carve your meat with it or cut your as you like !” The churchmen respond in their hearts, We will cut your throat first.” Illustrating the aptness of high churchmen for the work of reform, the Archbishop of Canterbury moved a m
03 August 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DRAMA.

THE DRAMA.

•< Nothin* extenuate, nor set down aught la malice." The performance* commenced on Saturday evenin. with the musical farce of Song, No Supper had been announced that Miss Hyland should make her second appearance as Maryaretta. however, was prevented by sudden indisposition, and
03 August 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN

FOREIGN

The Viceroy of Egypt is said to be about sending an agent to London, to continue the negociations relative the proposed completion the canal for connecting the Nile with the Red Sea at Suez. Mr. O’Connell intends, when the House of Commons is in committee on the abolition of sla
03 August 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland