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Acting was not, however, preferred by those lovers Oh, no. The fee’ ngs of the Orangemen could not be hurt; but it mattered ttle about driving to madness and desperation, the' Roman Cathodes, the other peac:* iuhabitrnts, who d'sUkcd the triumphs of party, and tho reign of Any n
10 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

Dublin Corn-Exchange, August B.—The small quantity of Wheat market this day sold the terms of Tuesday, and the same applies Sr Oats, but middling and inferior Oats were dull and rather lower, lew liere of best quality again brought 12s 6d, but inferior was dull at from to 12s. A
10 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DERRY ASSIZES.

DERRY ASSIZES.

Crown Court, July 31 Our assizes commenced this day at three o’clock, when Judge Burton entered the C»own Court, and the following Grand Jury was impanntlied : Sir James R. Bruce, Barf., Foreman ; Sir U. A. Ferguson, Bart., P. ; H. B. Beresford, Marcus f’onolly Gage, Henry Richa
10 August 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
c; ALU A V ASSIZE 8— Wpdnesday, Ji i.v 21

c; ALU A V ASSIZE 8— Wpdnesday, Ji i.v 21

ALU A V ASSIZE 8 Wpdnesday, Ji i.v 21 Michael C-m Alf was indicted, tried, and found puilly for the murder Mary (»..rvev. Easter Monday last, near j the Church of The Hev. Father Hughes gave I the prisoner excellent character. leaving the table, j Ellis callea his reverence back,
10 August 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
CLONMEL AP4r«i 5. , *! ». <l. jk *. Butter.., Oatmeal .... Rendered Lard Hide* fraw).., Bacon Pies ... Heads

CLONMEL AP4r«i 5. , *! ». <l. jk *. Butter.., Oatmeal .... Rendered Lard Hide* fraw).., Bacon Pies ... Heads

Offal Second Flour . Household ... thirds Fourths Rapeseed..... Bore, Barley Coals Wheat Oati Tallow (rough Idlba to stone) New Potatoes Fresh Butter Beef, Mutton Veai * .....I lo 0 ...nil .. » « ... l« .. I 0 -• ...I l» « .. I 14 >■» il l> >. ...1 » 1 I £ ~0 18 « ...111 . 18 to
10 August 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 

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MANSION-HOUSE, London,

MANSION-HOUSE, London,

Saturday old stiaii'ie-looking fedow, named Godfrey, Mas brought before the Lord Mh\ or, cliaru> d with having eoinmiited what is called a god-send** robbeiy upon John Bolton, a poor (• 1 o v who drives carl. Ihe complainant stated, that he was driving h.s carl along London-hiid
10 August 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
KISE IN THE PRICE OK SI'GAR

KISE IN THE PRICE OK SI'GAR

KISE IN THE PRICE SI'GAR Raw sucrar continues in brisk demand; British plantation and Mauritius have advanced is., and foreign 4s. [>cr < wt., and Manilla siiffar we make .'is. to (is. )ht cwt. hi'jlier. The transactions privately in Mauritius sugar have been considerable, anil t
10 August 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
two contorations in Irclaml had over been inquired into, the church. It was said the Jews were under cur-e ;

two contorations in Irclaml had over been inquired into, the church. It was said the Jews were under cur-e ;

t|i»* that of Dublin and that of IWlfast. Tltere were two species of they were a monument of Divine venoeancc. corporations in Ireland; the one made for the (food of the pco- tmt they were ; he considered their present condition fulple, and the other, to the number of 41, made b
10 August 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Portugal. Mr. O’CONNELL raid he wished to ask the noble lord t Althorp) whether, in consequence of the recent erents

Portugal. Mr. O’CONNELL raid he wished to ask the noble lord t Althorp) whether, in consequence of the recent erents

m Portugal, it was the intention of his Majesty s goveroment mmediately to recognise Donna Maria as the legal Sovereign ° f said it was evident, from the present posture of affairs in Portugal, that Don Miguel was not so popular in that country ho had been represented be.- (loud
10 August 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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10 August 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland