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SPLENDID ARRIVALS.

SPLENDID ARRIVALS.

TUSCAN AND BERLIN BONNETS, j tMnuive Stock the most Magnificent Skawb, entry denomination, London Prints, Parasols, Ribbons, / Lace Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, Ifc. Sfc. / GEORGE MOORE AND 00., 24, DAME-STREBT, * ANNOUNCE the receipt Thi» D«y, of * Splendid and Extemive STOCK of NEW
08 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONVICTION OF CAPTAIN NICOL.

CONVICTION OF CAPTAIN NICOL.

CaoYnoN, Ai o. 3.—Captain Henry Nicol, who, our readers mav remember, was one of the unnatural gang to which the late Captain Beauclerk belonged, and which latter put an end bis existence, was convicted. The statement of the boy rence was clear and credible, and it was confirmed
08 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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\ FASHION AND TABLE-TALK The of Kent and the Prince** Victoria viated Plymouth on Friday, and were received with great tion. On Saturday the Prince** presented the gallant Wfc regiment with new suit of colors. Lord Hill attelHed ceremony. At the hotel their Royal Highnesses were
08 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

h«f ye*h genOeaen, that nothm« shall prevent . from nursmna that line of conduct which has procured me a your favor, and I trust that my action* thil always be such as to obtam for that friendship now happdy enjoy. kindnera me shall never be forgotten, nor aad desire for your we
08 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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09 August 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
DOWNPATRICK ASSIZES RECORD COURT.

DOWNPATRICK ASSIZES RECORD COURT.

Adams r. Read This an action of trrapasa for catering the plaintifTa house, and taking therefrom quantity of oats and Evidence was given of these facts, on the part of the plaintiff. For the defendant, it waa proved that a quantity of oa'a and beans having been stolen from the -
09 August 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH STOCKS.

IRISH STOCKS.

Bank Stock Consols, 3 per ct.... Gov. Deb., 3i per eL, Do. Stock, 3j per ft., Do. Reduced, Stock, 3 per ct., New G. Canal Lo., pet ct, G. Canal Ln.,6 per Royal Canal Stock.... ** NULLIUS ADDICTUS ▼BRIA MAOISTRI. THIS TELEGRAPH. HE WRY, FRIDAY, AUGUST*. IMPORTANT.—WARLIKE MOVEMEN
09 August 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
jFtwt Ucformrtt Darliament. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Monday, August 5. f Continued from I%K TflkckaPFf Friday.) The debate relative to Sir

jFtwt Ucformrtt Darliament. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Monday, August 5. f Continued from I%K TflkckaPFf Friday.) The debate relative to Sir

John Kev terminated hy the appointment of Select Committee to inquire into the allegations contained in the petition presented by Sir H. Habdihgb.
13 August 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
WRY riOMiVIRRCIAL TELEGRAPH

WRY riOMiVIRRCIAL TELEGRAPH

activity th- min i. Nut the prominent or feature which it present* is this—that attention of j child is, at the earlieat possible enlisted on the *• knowledge and of virtue. The Evil One has, we are tru y told, ** Some mi.chief still For idle hand* to ;** but the lutant School p
13 August 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
AUCTION.^ TO BE SOLE ATJCTIOW, AT THE OLEBE-HODSE JONESBOROUQH, On TUESDA Y, Augutt 20, 1833, THE ENTIRE FURNITURE belonging to

AUCTION.^ TO BE SOLE ATJCTIOW, AT THE OLEBE-HODSE JONESBOROUQH, On TUESDA Y, Augutt 20, 1833, THE ENTIRE FURNITURE belonging to

the late Rev. ARCHIBALD KIDD, consisting of Parlour and Drawing-Room Chairs; Sofi, Sideboard, Northumberland, Card and Dressing Tables ; Parlour, Bed and Stair Carpeting; Brass Rods, Fire Irons, Fenders; Eight- Day Clock ; Books; handsome Long Set of Tea and Coffee China, Glass,
13 August 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland