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BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

The steam-ship Corsair, Peyton, for Liverpool, sails on Tuesday, at one o'clock afternoon; and the Chieftain, Owens, on Thursday, at three o'clock afternoon. Smack Hero, Smyth, for London, clears to-morrow. The 4chooner Enterprise, Gibbs, clears for London to- morrow. Arrived on
16 August 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIANENT. HOUSE OF LORDS-TuESDA-il AUGUST 18. The China Trade bill, the Lunacy Commissioners bill and other bills, were brought fiom. the Commons and read a first time. The "Assessed Taxes. Reduction bill was read .a thtird time and passed.. The Burgh Magistrates bill
20 August 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS CONTINUED.

BELFAST NEWS CONTINUED.

The decayed corpse found in a field near Friar's Bush, as mentioned in our last, is ascertained to be that of a man whose wife was an industrious wasberwoman with a large family. Some time ago his wife died, and the unifortunate wretch, having been much addicted to drunkenness,
20 August 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE.

DUBLIN POLICE.

tt Nte at ?? A_- - 7: L n o ?? 11 "Oh I 'tis my delight-of a shiny night." ? RAN-Q1JAY OFFICE.--TWO fellows; calling themselves 3 John {allaghan and Michael Magennis were brought to this f office on: Saturday morning, in custody of peace-offiecrs Lynch and Bradshaw, charged with
19 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Now Ready. BOOKS for SCHOOLS and FAMILIES, printed under the direction of Committee General. Literature and Education, appointed the Socletv»r

Now Ready. BOOKS for SCHOOLS and FAMILIES, printed under the direction of Committee General. Literature and Education, appointed the Socletv»r

Promoting Christian Knowledge. i 1. ENGLISH GRAMMAR. the Rev Dr\&UBSELL, Rector St. Botolph's, and late Head Master Charter House School. Price 2. GEOGRAPHY. GEORGE HOGAUTH, price ASTRONOMY. By the Rev. T. G. HALL, M.A., King's C'olletre. London. I'ricc 4. ELEMENTS of BOTANY. Wi
19 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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IVORY MINERAL ZAFFERIA.

IVORY MINERAL ZAFFERIA.

INCORRODIBLE TEETH, incapable of discolouration or corrosion, which, when fixed in the mouth,either single or in sets, cannot be distinguished from those placed there by the hand of nature, giving youthful appearance, and likewise guaranteed to Masticate and Articulate, give per
16 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
«* ** 96* EVENING

«* ** 96* EVENING

«* EVENING thaat ln ***** P°« that «My which I. the the sentiment that misrule tea engendered, diuerer in eix months the connexion, between mmtry rent Britain nnd ( »be com'mltting against ere Moderating that avowal with fearful rapidity. » There It Matwj more dreed end abhor the
16 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
peaoeao(i good wiUateoog the jarri ctaaaeeof hit Majesty' l subjects, to onogbt-of the something more solid than renown, which 11

peaoeao(i good wiUateoog the jarri ctaaaeeof hit Majesty' l subjects, to onogbt-of the something more solid than renown, which 11

may bring to'ihe inquisitors themselves— ■* ' - .' - -And good might, worthy men loyal -And Haad-egf when boru again, " MR. LITTLETON, Our coprageo.ua Secretary has taken heart and in the absence the " bully," actually talked big about governing Ireland with Are and aword, and m
16 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORPORATION OP DUBLIN ;-MKEfcING JT( THE CORN EXCHANGE, <'■ with the request of Mr. O'Connell, notified through the public papers,

CORPORATION OP DUBLIN ;-MKEfcING JT( THE CORN EXCHANGE, <'■ with the request of Mr. O'Connell, notified through the public papers,

number of gentlemen assembled to meet him yesterday the Long-room, Corn Exchange. A great number reepectable merchants, end many members of the Corporation, were present.— ■ The gallery and seam the end were crowded '■with ladles. Shortly before o'clock-Mr. O'Coonell entered the
16 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ATLAS FIKE AND LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON ; AND D'OLIER-STREET, DUBLIN. Capital.. ..'J. £1,200,000. The Proprietor* of Shares this

ATLAS FIKE AND LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON ; AND D'OLIER-STREET, DUBLIN. Capital.. ..'J. £1,200,000. The Proprietor* of Shares this

Companj to take Notice, that the Annual Dividend 10/. per Coot, on the Capital Stock is now In conrse payment, and will discharged on application to of the Company's Agents Ireland. The great importance of Insurance—as wejflßgainet the casualty of as loss accidental Fire—hf so g
21 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland