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LIMERICK ASSIZES, jtILY 31

LIMERICK ASSIZES, jtILY 31

G»ixn —The Him. Richd. H. Lord Viscount Adaie. tbu Hon. Win. O’Griny, the Hon. the Hon. John Massy. John Bolton Massy, John Crnk ' Eyre Evans, Thomat M. Wilion, (leorye Tulhill.' Francis r„„,v Thomas Loyd. Dickson. John Bleanethaosett, Richard Hot JeoffrfV Browning. Gerald Itlen
03 August 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIME FIR TIMBER.

PRIME FIR TIMBER.

TO BE SOLD, TWO THOUSAND FIR TREES of the very best quality, aed some of Surge dimensions and growth, on the lands near KilHnnan, in the County Limerick, of Silver Oliver, Esq. ; who accommodate tjre purchasers has consented to allow one or two years, as mayHip'agreed upon, cut
03 August 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SURGEON GOSS, FROM LONDON,

SURGEON GOSS, FROM LONDON,

TO CAPITALISTS. > BR SOLD and immediate Possesion Vven, 1. undivided moiety ofthe Interest tl/e extorsive and valuable BOLTING MILLS Doneraile,- now j/full work, with without a moiety of the therein. AM information can had on application the Mills ; and Proposals will be receive
03 August 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
367 ness of the county Clare gentry which reestablished the peace of their country. M.'. Bennett concluded his address, of

367 ness of the county Clare gentry which reestablished the peace of their country. M.'. Bennett concluded his address, of

which give but a very imperfect outline, observing that no man possesses more power and influence to do either harm or good, may suit his views, than Mr. Steele. The first witness produced was M. Switzer, a clerk in the Herald office, who was about to be examined by Mr. Wolle, w
03 August 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lIUSH church temporalities bill.

lIUSH church temporalities bill.

On the motion of the Duke of Richmond, the House resolved itself into Committee on this Bill. Clause 71) was agreed to, with some verbal amend menta, as were clauses 80 to 89, inclusive. In clause 90, the suggestion ot the Earl of Wicklow, the words one bundled were substituted
03 August 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SLAVERY ABOLITION BILL.

SLAVERY ABOLITION BILL.

The slavery abolition bill ?re« reconsidered in Committee, when the debate .Sir K. amendment the 2 r .th clause, for rolucing the amount of corapeiuarion to the West India planters, was renewed. The amendment wa. opposed Sir It. >RKI , and Mr. ground that as the amount ol" compe
03 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAREICKFERGUS ASSIZES.

CAREICKFERGUS ASSIZES.

Grand Jury. —/olm Fore!n?iM; Thowu How, William Martin, Blaney Wt-lsh, Daniel Blair, Win Stephenson, Riihaid Thomson, James Wilson, J. Gowm, Samuel Wilson, William Stewart, John M‘Guwan, Georgi P. Price, Thomas Craig, John Hoi - es, Samuel D. Stew, art, H. Rowan, James Willis, T
03 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
No. 3.

No. 3.

The Mansion House and Demesne Lands of Hlastry, containing 20 Acres, (C'niiningbam measure,) held for Three Lives, renewable for ever, at Pepper Corn Fine, subject to the Yearly Kent of £IH 18s. Irish. The Mansion House, Offices, &e. might average the value of £6,000; the cost o
03 August 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
DISCOVERY OF AN EXTENSIVE AND SPLENDID CAVERN.

DISCOVERY OF AN EXTENSIVE AND SPLENDID CAVERN.

DISCOVERY OF AN tXTENSIVE AND SPLENDID I .CAVERN. . I TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIPPERARY FEEB PRESS. SIR-About six weeks ago, as some workmen were em- ployed in quarrying stones in a limestone quarry- situated within seven miles of the town of Caher, and six miles of Mitchelstown, on
03 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECORD COURT. DOWNPATRICK.

RECORD COURT. DOWNPATRICK.

fi«fore the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Justice Bdsh*. The business of this Court was very light, there being only five Records entered, of which four were tried ; the remaining one, Gordon v. RatseU, was postponed, in consequence of a challenge being made on the ground of the pla
03 August 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland