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THE CHURCH.

THE CHURCH.

L«tnot onr tillv renders imajrine time by the trtfcle u in //alice—that that emphatic accentuation which meehanicatly. *v » ■ d M re * » Itwlf alght, and produces upon the eye the effect which pronunciation does upon the ear—let them not conceive that when write “Me Church/* mea
10 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WATER PARTIES ON THE CONTINENT

WATER PARTIES ON THE CONTINENT

It has been remarked this season In London, that waterparties were going out of fashion. Perhaps may attribute this change to the gigantic scale on which our countrymen ate enabled to gratify their aquatic predilection on the Continent. For many years past has been favourite sum
08 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE SIX PENCE IRISH MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.

PRICE SIX PENCE IRISH MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.

Return of the names and description of the persons employed under the Commission to inquire into the state of the Municipal Corporations in Ireland, together with the Instructions which they have received, and the rate ofremuneration proposed for their services : Names and Descr
13 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY CALENDAR.

CITY CALENDAR.

Murder, 13 ; Child Murder, 1; Burglary, ; House Robbery, I Rape, I Pig Stealing, 2; Vagrant, I ; Highway robbery and rubbery off Person, 17. Total 41. Total uumber of prisoners in gaol, ip*? Some Advertisements winch arrived late are omitted. THE ARMY —PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.
13 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW MAGAZINE OF FASHION, Foreign and British Perfumery, and Hair* Cutting Rooms, 41, Prince's-Stbeet. JOHN O’LEARV begs leave to return

NEW MAGAZINE OF FASHION, Foreign and British Perfumery, and Hair* Cutting Rooms, 41, Prince's-Stbeet. JOHN O’LEARV begs leave to return

his sincere and grateful thanks to the Nobility and Gentry of the County and City of Cork for the distinguished Patronage which he continues to receive. He opportunity of informing them that be has been bisywicreasing Business, to form connections in Dublin. Londonrand Paris; an
13 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A SADDLE FOR HACKS EACH DAY.

A SADDLE FOR HACKS EACH DAY.

The Horses for the first day’s running to he named and entered with Blenn'erhassett Thompson, E>q. Tralee, five clear days before the day of running. The Horses for the Handicaps to be named tbe Stewards at or before Six ©'Clock on the st day of tunning. All disputes to be final
10 August 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
and Leitrim (Gazette—Published in Boyle—J. Bromell, Proprietor. &snraltuiT. various slateinciits wliioli were made —and upon grounds nol io lie siisjipclccl

and Leitrim (Gazette—Published in Boyle—J. Bromell, Proprietor. &snraltuiT. various slateinciits wliioli were made —and upon grounds nol io lie siisjipclccl

inaccuracy— j were calculated to atlurd hope and comfort and to recommend patient confidence to every I trueanil taiihlr.l Protestant in Ireland. Although ' all wasinlcnded to he done, and that was I actually done in this most interesting of all meet' ! ings which have been held
10 August 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
A LA 11. MING FIRE.

A LA 11. MING FIRE.

On Friday evening, aloul half-past five o'cluck alarm was given, in the front house of .he firm of Messrs, Huilcan and George, Hride-street, the celebrated druggists, that fire had broken out in a ware-house at the other side the lane, bounding the house, and belonging to these
10 August 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
OUTRAGES IN ENGLAND.

OUTRAGES IN ENGLAND.

?? ?li ,6, , 1 . 'A i, ?? N? ?? ' ?? ?? .." , ?.ip ??T ?. Stir ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ v sio-tv. ?? most acti t 'ilees tiifs sttu'h e r i^,brshurhood of Gray's lirnllall e, soas passirlog by the Ilolborfibent~of that thoroughfare, he was besetpy a dating gang of rurilians, who maltreat
10 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
tJONNA MARIA.

tJONNA MARIA.

MARIA. Mr. O’CONNELL said it was extremely sirable for this country know from the noble lord opposite whether was the intention of Government or not recognise and declare Donna Maria as the legitimate sovereign of Portugal? , , , , Lord AL THORP said, th.t the recent events «l wh
08 August 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland