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POLICE INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—YESTERDAY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE-YESTERDAY. ^ A HiUXSTER'S WEEKLY SETTLEMENT. HEAD-OFFICE.-Several women were summoned to the Head-office yesterday, to answer the joint summons of Patrick Leonard, of Kevin-street, and his wife, for that then and there they did grossly assault the said Patrick
21 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHIT CHAT.

CHIT CHAT.

CHIT CHAT, I ..Fprom the Satirist.) . f When you are dead and du-, Sir John," said Charley Pearson tq the detected contractor for government paper, "what housebreakers imsplement will resemble your remains . the nearest 1" Sir Johns, who was pondering on a late "'un- . toward" ev
21 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—MONDAY, AUGUST 19.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—MONDAY, AUGUST 19.

Mr. O'DWYER presented petition from Mr. John Kent Johnston, of Dublin, complaining of the monopoly enjoyed by Post-office clerks io the trade newspaper* ; also a petition from the of the harony Lower Duleek, the county for an alteration the grand jury laws. IfcWr. BLAMIRE moved
21 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TjrLvd parade, quay. Waterford

TjrLvd parade, quay. Waterford

parade, quay. Waterford John FREEMAN UtoleaTato return bertthraka for the r«>< klmtaew aud aaypert ha haa raaeirad /, f tbr Nobility and Gantry Water bad, iUrki«Hy, &c jinee he commenced baeiaeae. feels asaured that the aam* atleatiou which haa hi(erto gained him that preftrrace,
21 August 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTRAORDINARY CHEAP SALE.

EXTRAORDINARY CHEAP SALE.

EARTHENWARE STORE, HANOVER-STREET. R. MONTGOMERIE «EGS leave most respectfully inform the Inhabitant* Waterford and surrounding Country, and partieularly Dealers the Trade, that he will, MONDAY, the 2«th instant, commence SALE of the HOLE O* HIS PENSIVE STOCK, comprising nearly
21 August 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 

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LONDON—Saturday, Aug. 17

LONDON—Saturday, Aug. 17

LONDON —Saturday, Aug. 17 packet (the Ts>rd Mdeillt) from the Lecwarrl Is-1 irvls lias arrived at Falmouth ; she left St. ..a the 9th nit. A ahort time previous her sailing lie heads of the original ministerial plan fop emanciimtinsi the slaves had been received in the various co
21 August 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
duelling.

duelling.

An affair of honour” was iatfly settled at Paris, in way which, if it be once admitted into the Cod*-and we hope it may—will soon put end to such honourable affairs altogether. An Editor scarrilons paper bad a quarrel with French Colonel and they fought, tin both bad to sit down
21 August 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
BRUSSELS.

BRUSSELS.

to say rhat three roung Engli,hni . Hwnk (or been charged for) seventeen bottles of chtni last Monday, at a Restaurateur's, were so imprudent tuck the guard. It la said that some wounds were ei» °*' rereieed ; end the young gents, are in close confin^l? One of them is reported t
21 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JEUX DESPRIT,

JEUX DESPRIT,

(FROM THE ACC). UUNCAN GREY. A PARODY. Duncan Grey came here to woo, Ha ! ! the wooing o’t ! Wise folks hoped it would not do, ! ! the wooing Tories const their heads fu’ heigh, Look’d asklent and unko skeigh ; Gart bis Lordship stand abeigk, ! ha! the wooing o’t! His Lordship p
21 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Jury then retired fer nhont ten n*tnutes, when they retun»ed to the box, and stated through tfie Foreman they

The Jury then retired fer nhont ten n*tnutes, when they retun»ed to the box, and stated through tfie Foreman they

hod agreed. . , The clerk of the crown called over the list the jury, to which they all answered; then asked their verdict ? The Foreman answered that they found all the prisoners guilty; but they uminiinou.dy recommended Mary Denitehy mercy, and one of them recommended Shine to
21 August 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland