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ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

ASS.IZE lT2'ELLIGENLCE. LINCERICK ASSIZES-Tauiusl)AY, "KiAL 01' T. ScEELE, ESQ1., President of th Limerick Chaptert of the Order of Libe- ~rators, and Memiber''of the B'irmniig4a~n Political Union. Thbis kxd'aoitlisary trial, whbich. Pxc'ited th6 jre~aieft iiite- reiun, a'llclass
06 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Dub.

The Dub.

MONEY LENT AT FIVE PER CENT., On Plale Watches, Jewellery, Wearing Apparel, House Linen, Sfc., At WALL’S Licensed Pawnbroking Establishment, o. 49, MARLBOROUGH-STREET, DUBLIN. WALL informs the Public, all Property deposited with her, where the Sum lent shall be r lwo Pounds, and
06 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN—AUGUST 3.

DUBLIN—AUGUST 3.

Nicholas Esq. M. P. as a member of the King’s County Grand Jury, refused to sign an address to Baron Smith. The address was complimentary nature. the Galway day cvach was going up to Dublin on Turaday, when one of the loaders fell, and the coacli reeled, hut immediately righted
06 August 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
hocse or coMMON.s_THnn<!n\Y, apo. i.

hocse or coMMON.s_THnn<!n\Y, apo. i.

or coMMON.s_THnn<!n\Y, apo. Mr. EW4HT moved resolution, that it is just and expedient admit the •ugir and Cf»ff*-e of our possession*, the freedvtvsur. «n equal tentts wirb the sugar sod coffee of West Indies and Mseritiu* ** Lord ALTBORP opposed the resolution, the ground it wou
06 August 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
(FROM A CORRESPONDENT.)

(FROM A CORRESPONDENT.)

Plymouth. Ado I.—lt gives sincere pleasure to com min icate the following most important and gratifying intelligence,brought here this afternoon by the Confiaoce • learner, which left Li»hoa the of July ; On the some Eng'ish prisoners broke out of prison procured arms, and procl
06 August 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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a steamer, with fifty attendants, on the evening of the 271 h, and sailed direct for Lisbon. Of the official

a steamer, with fifty attendants, on the evening of the 271 h, and sailed direct for Lisbon. Of the official

documents, have time merely to transcribe the following: SUPPLEMENT TO th* CHRONICA CONSTITUCIONAL OF OPORTO. OF JULY 26. Must Illg«triou« «oi) E»c»ll«ot Senhor, It t>>* n ** Hood fortune to h.« to .nnouore to your Excellency the glorious newt of the enlrtnce of tl>e Queen r Lit
06 August 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
CABIKST CASS

CABIKST CASS

MANUFACTORY. CHEAP PORTABLE WRITING LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S DRESSING CASES, ROSEWOOD PICTURE FRAMES, {-C. ; JAMES WATT, Manufacturer, 3, Skippehstrekt. BELFAST. N.B—Sold by, and Orders received at, MR. SAM. BAILIK’S, ttuokseUer, Newry; Mr. JOHN M*WATER*S, Bookseller, Armagh, and
06 August 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
AUCTIONS.

AUCTIONS.

GREAT AUCTION Of Household Furniture, Fat Cattle, Deer, Sheep, Heifere, Superior Thoroughbred Horses, Carriage*, Wines, frc. frc. TO be SOLD by AUCTION, at DIRK, the residence of the late HEFTEdNAN Constdivf.. Esq. within six miles of the Town of Tipperary, on TUESDAY the 13th A
06 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COXSTITCTIOX: OR, CORK ADVERTISER.

THE COXSTITCTIOX: OR, CORK ADVERTISER.

Mr. HUME said, if the gentleman eonftidered that the r»ple of Ireland be sadified with tbit measure, (Mr. Name) would take on hhnaelf tosay that the people of England would not he satisfied with it. (dear, dear.) He considered it complete abortion bf church reform owre farce—a m
06 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DOWN ASSIZES

DOWN ASSIZES

lh<! Crown Court, on WKinewlaj, Jolin H»r»woo<), »nd niu* o tier Ornneemen, mbmiued to lodi.-tmeut-s for tho ct s>ion «t Bsnbndi-f, on the lith Jniy, »üb}e< l to the (wml ol Uw raiseil Armagh. No aenl.mte, theielore, »a» True bills of imlu were fouml against thosa who walked in
06 August 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland