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THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

I 1: . The 91st Regiment has left Naas for Fermoy, having been replaced by the 80th, from Belfast. We understand that an order has been received for the ;removal of two companies and head-quarters of the 30th 'Regiment, at present stationed in Casttebar, to Galway.-- Our garriso
05 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

- MPERML - PARLi2AMENVT. I ?? I - .. ?? HOUSE OF LORDS-_1I7URSDAY, AuGUST 1. Ld JEWIS DISABILITIES' BILL, Lord BELBY ' moved the second reading of the bill, which was opposed'by The Archbishop of CANTERBURY, the Earl of WINCIII.- SEA, the Bishop of LONDON, the Duke of GLOUCESTER,
05 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
t HURCH TEMPORALITIES (IRELAND) BILL.

t HURCH TEMPORALITIES (IRELAND) BILL.

TEMPORALITIES (IRELAND) BILL. order of. the day lor taking into consideration the lords' amendments to the above having been read, and the amendments having been read a first time, Lord ALTHORP said, although he 'should move that they lie read a second time, and should recommend
05 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONS.

GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONS.

MORNING DRESS. —A mazarine blue coat, intended button up the neck. The back broad across the shoulders adroit of on of lull Sleeves with three buttons, arxl without cufi broad and short skirts. Blue glass buttons. Cossack trowscrs, plaited into band buttoned up the front. Leg se
05 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ELLEN BOROUGH.

ELLEN BOROUGH.

(Signed) An occurrence of a strange and somewhat unaccountable description happened last week near Shannon bleachgreen, when at an early hour in the morning of Thursday or Friday, a man who had been assisting in care of the property observed at some distance (near Mr. Henry's, o
05 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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Wf T-TsWls £4,000, £2,000, £l,OOO, AND several small Sums of ,£7OO, .£5OO, and .£3OO. Apply to JAMES DAVjfi, Solicitor, 4,

Wf T-TsWls £4,000, £2,000, £l,OOO, AND several small Sums of ,£7OO, .£5OO, and .£3OO. Apply to JAMES DAVjfi, Solicitor, 4,

Arthur- Placc; or, 15, Great BrunswiCteCtreet, Dublin. 371
05 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
-■' ' ROTAU QMOXGt IN IRkLVND. «T NOVEMBEB. C4ok» ngwhrtfi tJurfnn M «ypfc>rin« t» tka Bcfirtnr. .* , ANp *

-■' ' ROTAU QMOXGt IN IRkLVND. «T NOVEMBEB. C4ok» ngwhrtfi tJurfnn M «ypfc>rin« t» tka Bcfirtnr. .* , ANp *

.* ' Jn BE LET OB SOU* , M BAWN PARK, AT THT OF TALLAftif* A COMFORTABLE Funily Houm, Jre«ed, and finnhed in the belt manner. It containi Mo Parlon, four Bedroom*, Kitchen, Serrante’ Apartraent*, Knlrhbouie, And Bt|bling for Six Hones. The Park is ftcttsed with anil, right feet
05 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—Feiday

HOUSE OF LORDS—Feiday

The East India bill was read a second time, without discussion, this evening. A [)etitioii from All SainU Foplar, in favor of the introduction poor laws into Ireland, was read by the Bishop of London. The House was left discussing the dramatic performances bill, the second readi
05 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY LENT, AT FIVE PF.H CENT., On Platt, W atchet, Jewellery, Wearing Apparel, H» Linen, fre., AT WALL’S, i LICENSED

MONEY LENT, AT FIVE PF.H CENT., On Platt, W atchet, Jewellery, Wearing Apparel, H» Linen, fre., AT WALL’S, i LICENSED

PAWN BROKING ESTABLISHMENT, 49, MARLBOHOUGH-STREET. DUBLIN, WALL informs the Public, all Property, depositef with her, where (he Sum lent shall Two Pounds, and not exceed Ten, the remaining Principal, from Two*' to Ten Pounds, will bd chargeable with an Interest Five per Cent Ta
05 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CAROUSE.

THE CAROUSE.

Th= following linn are intended as » of ttri-'ken ooratna, ting the mind of « ™^ in . I veller, through the scenes of con supplied the wish I could say that it was not t lt is not, however. now put forward the picture merely Hurrah ' fill—fill the mystic bowl; Crown-crown the re
05 August 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland