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MILITARY PROMOTIONi WA*ror»-u;E, aco. 16. Regiment Dragoon Goirc.—Lieut K, to »ice LUon, who mir«. To be Lieutenant*, purchcse—Comet J. H.

MILITARY PROMOTIONi WA*ror»-u;E, aco. 16. Regiment Dragoon Goirc.—Lieut K, to »ice LUon, who mir«. To be Lieutenant*, purchcse—Comet J. H.

rice Atkinson, who retires Cornet J- W. lUnt/r . Richardson. comet*, purchase—F. i. Kilccnme, E. Codrington, gent, vice Humer. ' 12lh Rcgicnont Light Dngoons—Cant. C. T R. from the halfpay the Light ragooni, to * t;' vice F. Moore, who ' Ist Regiment Foot—Lieutencnl A. D. Mow jo
19 August 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. T. 8. RICE.

MR. T. 8. RICE.

The Under Secretary is squatted on the Treasury Bench in the Chapel of St. Stephen ; but were the scene a forest in the tropics, and be represented perched upon the topmost branch of cocoa.tree, bis figure would be by no means out ol keeping with the landscape. Indeed Mr. Rice’s
19 August 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
Store-Jffan JVantea,

Store-Jffan JVantea,

WANTED, for a Conceyn in the Country, a Steady, Humble Man. capaM*»f Receiving and Weighing CORN, and Keeping St*it«ccnnnts. Apply WOODL(K:K& O’REILLY, <A. Fleet. Street, Dublin :—if by Letter. Post-paid. 433
19 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JIB BBISOA’S FANCY WAREHOUSE,

JIB BBISOA’S FANCY WAREHOUSE,

JIB FANCY WAREHOUSE, Universal Depository, AO. 1, AOBTH-STBFFT, & BELFAST. The PROPRIETOR begs leave to return his sincere thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, and his Friends at large, for the very liberal support which he has received since the opening of the above Establishment, in
19 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On TUESDAY, the !.«/ liny of Orfnhrr. next, at the hour OWE ocnek. Afternoon, at

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On TUESDAY, the !.«/ liny of Orfnhrr. next, at the hour OWE ocnek. Afternoon, at

DENVIIi'S IW’, in the Town of DOWNPATRICK, if not previously disposed fof which due notice will given.) AT FARM LAND, situate at Sai.tquautkh, -L in the Barony of Lecai.e. within half-a-mile of the Town of Downpatrick, containin)- 26,\. 3r 20p. Irish Plantation Measure, the same
19 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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TO HILLERS, MILWRIGHTS, Ac. A.-.

TO HILLERS, MILWRIGHTS, Ac. A.-.

HILLERS, MILWRIGHTS, Ac. A.-. TO he SOI.I> bv AUCTION, AY, the 20ih of AUOCST, laiS, »t the Monre-«treet, by dfrtclio" of the Awipieeof JiJin Di«m Itanknipl, 297 Corn Flour Sack*, in Lola; Sftle and wrctal Metal Weight*: 5 Wi'nnowijifJ Machine' ; quantity of Timber Boards and Pla
19 August 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The imperial urainsurance comv , Iwing uliout remove the huvinevs of ihm< Office, from No, Dame-vireet, to No. 36, receive

The imperial urainsurance comv , Iwing uliout remove the huvinevs of ihm< Office, from No, Dame-vireet, to No. 36, receive

PROPOSALS for the Ifmive No. 41, «tr«et, edJresned to their Agent, Mr. Pin, Dame-etreel, who will give any further inforoiation tliat may be required.
19 August 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARRIVAL AND RECEPTION OF DON PEDRO AT LISBON. f FiMtn the Falmouth Packet Saturday) Yesterday afternoon the William the Fourth

ARRIVAL AND RECEPTION OF DON PEDRO AT LISBON. f FiMtn the Falmouth Packet Saturday) Yesterday afternoon the William the Fourth

steamer arrived here from Portugal. She left Lisbon at late hour the evening of the 31st. tilt., called at Peniche and Oporto, leaving the latter place on Saturday night last. By this conveyance learn that the Duke of Braganza ami suite embarked Oporto, on board the. William the
19 August 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADDRESS OF THE INHABITANTS MOORE AND ITS VICINITY, THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL CHARLBVtLLE. ' Inhabitants of ToSftttroore and its

ADDRESS OF THE INHABITANTS MOORE AND ITS VICINITY, THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL CHARLBVtLLE. ' Inhabitants of ToSftttroore and its

Vi" v cinity, beg leave congratulate your Lordship upon the passing art act of the Legislature for the re - i of the PhiJipsiownto •. this occasion, present our sincere thanks for the munificent gift the Lands which the Goal is already-bailt, sad the Court-Hcufte m now being ere
19 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF IRELAND,

STATE OF IRELAND,

" A Servile War," quoth the new Irish Secretary, " likely to rage in Ireland from the rising the reas sembling of Parliament." Mr. LITTLETON'S experience very short; but certainly had been " to the manner born," as we were as closely watched the proceeding? of the agitation lor
19 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland