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ARRIVAL OF THE RO.MNEV, CALEDONIA, &c.

ARRIVAL OF THE RO.MNEV, CALEDONIA, &c.

little after tlx O'clock on Saturday evening, and while .public curiosity was awaiting the return of the yachts which had started after two, attention was attracted the appearance of-a ship of larger size tban'usual in the harbour, and which on nearer approach prored.to be the R
14 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FIRE AT THE CUSTOMHOUSE.

FIRE AT THE CUSTOMHOUSE.

Yesterday an investigation—the propriety of which'we suggested on Wednesday—lnge-the causes and effects this dreadful calamity. Was commenced before three of the most Intelligent of the Police Magistrates. For obvious reasons, the publication of the particulars which transpire t
14 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REPORTED PALL OF OPORTO.

REPORTED PALL OF OPORTO.

REPORTED OPORTO. PARIS, SATURDAY. —It is stated at the Bourse, and I most add very generally believed, that the French Government has received official Intelligence, by telegraph from Bayonne, of the fall of Oporto, and the entry of the troops of Dom Miguel. This event is said to
14 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS

THE MARKETS

DUBLIN—SCOA*. —During the' ait week the price augur cor. tinned advancing—but, owing the dreadful fire that broke o-jt In the Custom-home store# Friday uight last, and by which near;/ the entire of the stock on was consumed, totally Impossible to state what the 1 present rates a
14 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COM.\tON&—'At-'O. 7.

HOUSE OF COM.\tON&—'At-'O. 7.

The Speaker took the Ciuur at twelve o'clock. •#. \ i*o»+„ _ 'Ufw** ihe*" London gnjagotPirt the Aiupfusui U»4«w#nw■uf Uutt «u act might be parted %» rOgulato tho ipoait-office revenue, and to leave parties at 1L berty to ne.id their leuent for foreign part* to the wuporta of th
14 August 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 

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Clause 92: peualty fo* assaulting resisting I concluding «»me observations late of Coventry, under commissioner, before magistrates in petty sessions

Clause 92: peualty fo* assaulting resisting I concluding «»me observations late of Coventry, under commissioner, before magistrates in petty sessions

•*- roore cleared for assembled." , „ I imt it was understood that the motion The amendment was supported by Mr. Shaw I to'wTthoOt.a division. and 94 were then added the roman catholic makiuaoks bill. ai. the of the day for bringing op * Clauses 95 and 96 were omitted. report of
14 August 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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14 August 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
POE 'T Y. SPECIMEN OF IRISH MINSTRELSY. T. CROnbN CRDKKR. Kkes roa Youvo Hvax.—Ah address from the mother of young

POE 'T Y. SPECIMEN OF IRISH MINSTRELSY. T. CROnbN CRDKKR. Kkes roa Youvo Hvax.—Ah address from the mother of young

man, to the keener* who were hired to attend hi* funeral, ami probably delivered by ber the procession was about depart from her house to the initial ground. The name of the young man traditionally said to-be Ryan, and judging from the allusion to the river Dowr, In* appears hav
14 August 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
CAMBRIDGE ASSIZES.

CAMBRIDGE ASSIZES.

CIUM. CON. Wroots v. Kingsly. A farmer named Wroots brought an action against another fanner named Kingsley. The wives of the parties are two sisters, and they lived within a mile each other, in the feus of Kly. the 21st of Apri Ithe plaintiff had a dispute with his wife, and he
14 August 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—Thursday, Auo. 8,

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Thursday, Auo. 8,

HOUSE OF COMMONS— Thursday, Auo. 8, At the early sitting, after the third reading of the Thames Tunnel Bill, and other bills had passed through their different stages, the house again went into committee the Irish Grand Juries’ Bill, commencing with clause i 9, and proceeding up
14 August 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland