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THE NEWS-LETTER AND THE BELFAST ELECTION.

THE NEWS-LETTER AND THE BELFAST ELECTION.

- -- - =: - As Mr. ErmusoN TESONENr observed in his excellent speech at the dinner in the Exchange Rooms, there is some- thing of didficulty as well Ias of delicacy in treating of mat- ters whose referen-rce is -chiefly of a persoual nature, and -we should certainly, on this occ
20 August 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHANCERY

CHANCERY

The Right Hon. Jane,") pUKSUANT iff /the Countess Dowager of JL Decree this /hfcuse, Roase, dated the 24th N^/mber, Plaintiff; 1831, 1 will on Margaret Mary Beatty 3d day of Euphemia, Jane, and Chambers Dorcas Beatty, and se- quay, Dublin, m the hour of vera! others, J one o'clo
16 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ALDERMAN ABBOTT.

ALDERMAN ABBOTT.

This civic functionary ought enter into spiritual recognizance before Father ROGER L'ESTRANGE, or some other competent authority, binding himself heavy penalties not to enter the Corn-Exchange on any account, or by no manner of means whatsoever. On one occasion he figured away a
16 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
tioo with which they commenced, had the effect of causing the tithes of other years to paid the clergy, who

tioo with which they commenced, had the effect of causing the tithes of other years to paid the clergy, who

could recover costs against contuniacious defendants. The question now was, whether the government, having themselves caused the mischief, as he sincerely believed from all the information he had received the subject—and having reduced that most illtreated body of the Irish cler
16 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANSWER

ANSWER

To tie Inhabitantt qf tie Town and its Vicinity. GENTLEMEN— I have received by this post your expression of sentiments towards me, which are the heat reward I could receive for any act miue which tends to the improvement of the town and the benefit oi its inhabitants. I.return <
19 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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IVORY MINERAL ZAFFERIA.

IVORY MINERAL ZAFFERIA.

INCORRODIBLE TEE*H, 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 a youthful appearance, and likewise guaranteed to Masticate and Articulate, give
19 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
a time when intellectual improvement and political information are eagerly sought all our countrymen; and when is found that their

a time when intellectual improvement and political information are eagerly sought all our countrymen; and when is found that their

well their happiness, rigorously and strictly depends upon perfect their duties and their rights, is resolved bring out Journal which shall fearlessly, assiduously and impartially aim guiding them the attainment of these deeply importaut objects. What was long since promulgated
21 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARLIAMENT— MORE BLUNDERS.

PARLIAMENT— MORE BLUNDERS.

for tome time confidently expected (and great exertions were made to realize the expectation) that Parliament might be prorogued oo Friday or Saturday Itia now found, however, in consequence of the delay) that have attended the of the Bank Charter bill, and the supposed necessit
21 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EXILED POLES.

THE EXILED POLES.

rpHE Secretary the Hibernian Polish Assoi ctation has received the following subscriptions : Charles Ed. H. Orpen, M.D., ; Surgeon Carmichael, £2; Richard Sheil, Esq., M.P., John Purser, Esq,, ; G. A., Esq., £1 ; the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, ;£1; the Rev. J. W. Massie, £\ ;in
17 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ABSTRACT D 1

ABSTRACT D 1

ABSTRACT 1 r THE IRISH TITHE filtt ' For the Relief Tithe* in Irelond. fi*» iheainendinentof an Act passed the last session of parliament, intituled, •• An Act In. anieitd three AcU passed respectively in the fourth, fifth, and seventh and eighth year* of the reign hi* late Majes
17 August 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland