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AFFAIRS OF BELGIUM.

AFFAIRS OF BELGIUM.

We hear that all the important points of difference between Holland and Belgium have been, settled, though there are still some minor arrangements open. The government of this country pledged itself to maintain peace, and it will succeed in maintaining it, though we have no doub
24 August 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FIRE AT T.IE CUSTOM-HOUSE

FIRE AT T.IE CUSTOM-HOUSE

The evidence produced before the Magistrates during the late investigation, appears to us to leave little room for suspicion that the fiie was caused by incendiaries. The government proclamation offering a reward of three hundred pounds for the discovery of the malicious perpetr
24 August 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STEAM PACKET BURNED,

STEAM PACKET BURNED,

On 'Saturday evening steam-vessel (the Waterloo), belonging to the Steam Navigation Company, took fire, and at half past lOthe vessel was completely burnt to the water’s edge. Various rumours as to the cause of the accident are afloat, but it is not at present known how the fire
24 August 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INQUEST.

INQUEST.

An inquest was held Thursday on the body (at which no coroner attended), when a verdict of Wilful Murder was pionounced respectable jury, and three county magistrates, against Martin Bryan.
24 August 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNERAt..

THE FUNERAt..

On Thursday evening, after the investigation by the magistrates,' this sad and melancholy ceremony took place—the procession, consisting of all the neighbouring respectability for miles round, with vast numbers of the poorer people, moved from the dwelling about five o’clock. Th
24 August 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS— Wednesday, Aug. 14. ROYAL ASSENT. The Lord Chancellor, the Duke of Richmond, and Lord Auckland, as Lords Commissioners, gave the royal assent to the church temporalilieB• (Ireland) bill the assessed taxes’ reduction bill, the dwellinghouse robbery bill, the privy
24 August 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEWRY COMMERCIAL TELEGRAPH.

THE NEWRY COMMERCIAL TELEGRAPH.

CORK ASSlZES— Thursday. crown COURT. James Crowley, Patrick McCarthy, Daniel Crowley, John Sullivan, Cornelius Coffey, Dan. Murphy, Daniel Collins, Timothy Murphy, Jeremiah Sullivan and Dennis Holland, were capitally indicted for a conspiracy to murder Captain Vignoles, Stipendi
23 August 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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23 August 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE SIX ACTS.

THE SIX ACTS.

Mr. HUME moved for leave to bring in Bill fur the repeal of the Act 60 Geo. IIL cap, 10, commonly called the Six Acts. Lord ALTHORP said that it would be impossible, at that late period of the Session, that any Bill on this subject could pass into a law. He would therefore consi
23 August 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Dll. CULLEN’S SCARLET PILLS.

Dll. CULLEN’S SCARLET PILLS.

Messrs. Pope, Ban don Murqhy, draper, K i Barney; Arthur O’Leary, Tralee; John Leech, Ennis; Perrott aud Hull, College Green, Dublin ; Guerin, Limerick ; Koscrea. Lick ett, Clonmel; Phelan, Bookseller, and Farrell, Minor Office, Quay, Waterford ; Moderatsr Office, Kilkenny Morri
27 August 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland