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ASCENT OF THE PETER BOTTE MOUNTAIN, MAURITIUS, ON THE 7TH SEPTEMBER, 1832.

ASCENT OF THE PETER BOTTE MOUNTAIN, MAURITIUS, ON THE 7TH SEPTEMBER, 1832.

ASCENT OF' THEPETER BOTTE MOUNTAIN, M bAURII diN, THE 7Tiz SEPTEMIIER, 1832. In the third volume (recently published) of the Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, there appears an ac- count of a very extraordinary exploit which has been lately performed by a party of our cou
09 August 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LORD ALTHORP'S FACTORY BILL.

LORD ALTHORP'S FACTORY BILL.

The following is a summary of Lord Althorp's:Bill, 'as amended by the Committee":- Clause l; Persons under 21 years of age not allowed to work at night.-2. Persons under ]8 not to work more than 12'hours.-3. Extension of hours of working in cer- tain cases.-4. Providing for unav
13 August 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRiVATE CORRESPONDENCE. ?? ?? I ,,b - - London, August S. 1833. Yu The first business that stands amongst thf orders of the day is the Irish change of yenue bill; b ?? understand I from inquiry that it is not probabe that ,wft proceeded o with this evening, but that it will be re
08 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

?? ,~;rH ROIYLAL. l , kST NIGHT BUT OF THE SEASON. / l st positively the last nliglft of the re-engagement of 3ost ~ Mademoiselle Taglioni. )1olnsieur Silvain, Monsieurl'aglioni, and Monsieur Ba /et ace also re-engaged fe e irst ?? vwill mike her sixth appearance toorrow ruvO.ORR
09 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

DIIPERIAL PAR4LIAMENT. Ii-HOUSE OF CO LMMONS-MONDAY. The, Si'vKaSx took the chair at a qearter-past twelve o'clock. Lord LOWTHER brought up the report of the committee on the Thellussoln's Estate Bill, with certain ardendments. M . W. FIELDEN presented a petition from Blackburn,
08 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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COMMON COUNCIL.

COMMON COUNCIL.

I - - I . ,0e e ' etedaay & post aasetpbly of tl~e CQWomm on G1|jj tie d -hel4.. SHEREFF LYNAR in the chair. v H n. s said,, that it had been customary of late to all. X poiniassistants to offieeroe belonging to the corporation, thi tmeaoairpg of which was, that they were appoin
10 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FURTHER PARTICULARS.

FURTHER PARTICULARS.

The losses of individuals, are sorry say, are very heavy—priuci]>ally sugar, whiskey, and tallow. Aa nearly we can collect, the total about 2,300 hogsheads of sugar, 300 puncheons of whiskey, and 300 casks of tallow. About 100 puncheons whiskey were thrown Into the docks, by whi
12 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Messieurs RUBV and LEWEV JOURDAIN.

The Messieurs RUBV and LEWEV JOURDAIN.

have taken their rceidence permanent!r at FITZ WILLIAM-SQUARE, (South Side,) yUBL**, SURGEON DENTISTS, (from Germany)XegM&ve moat respectfully invite the attention of the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public, their long tried and universally esteemed
09 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GLANDERS.

GLANDERS.

W/ILLIAM KEARNEY begs leave to Inform Vv the Nobility and Gentry of Ireland, that lit hae ithin the last twenty years cured upwards of On!lion• ititl Horses of the above Disease. He now offer* tfcec. ive Horses too long effected with the Dittampr), i; Grass ; and they should pro
09 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RREACH OF PRIVILEGE

RREACH OF PRIVILEGE

Mr. O'CONNELL hoped that the bouse would allow him complain of a breach of privilege The Times of that morning, had Imputed him the expression last night of " attempt" to put such feeling down. The next time a misrepresentation took place, he would avail himself of the opportuni
09 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland