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NAPOLEONS LETTERS.

NAPOLEONS LETTERS.

From the correspondence of Napoleon with the Empress Josephine, just published in Paris the respectable house Didot, and publicly recognized as authentic by fcer daughter, the ex-Queen Hortense, we extract the following interesting letters:—lt may be necessary to premise, that,
28 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH TITHE BILL.

IRISH TITHE BILL.

The Irish tithe bill was ordered be read a second time next day, and committed for Monday, The stamps forgery bill was read a second lime , and committed lor Saturday. On the motion of the Farl of WICKLOW, the Irish jury bill, with amendments, ordered be printed. V (LKFT BITTING
24 August 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A UCTIOPtS

A UCTIOPtS

TO BE PEREMPTORILY SOLD, On THURSDAY, the 291h August, 1833, at the DONE GALL ARMS, in the Town of Belfast, PURSUANT to an Order of the High Court f Chancery in England, made in Cauee wherein th* Honorable J. C# Talbut is Plaintiff, »nd the Marquis ol Downsuike, au'l others, are
26 August 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MI*'.RIAL PAULI AM EXT. HOUSH OF LORDS— Fridat, Aug. IG. OUANU JUKIbs (IRELAND) BILL. The oilier the tlsy for the

MI*'.RIAL PAULI AM EXT. HOUSH OF LORDS— Fridat, Aug. IG. OUANU JUKIbs (IRELAND) BILL. The oilier the tlsy for the

cnmoiiltee the guild j'lrie* (Irulaml) bill baring been read. The Msrquie Westmeath availed himself of the opportunity express his anxinus hope that durhiii the recess that p.irt of his .Vlsjcsty's government more immediately connected with Ireland would direct their attention t
24 August 1833 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
invMfOi!. »ft»t a. ductisic ws«r «ml twr, *' '‘; ~'j 0 t ull burire i,t»pni-turt owner* ot * 'l'cruft eniployiil

invMfOi!. »ft»t a. ductisic ws«r «ml twr, *' '‘; ~'j 0 t ull burire i,t»pni-turt owner* ot * 'l'cruft eniployiil

lhr>ri»fn>, CHiii*!- , &c. trHns,,“l nirrchandize, coal*, ko. canmit be les* than Th« fr ,!le Teiimnti «.f I'hy-i. | Mr. I! Ooborne, will tie read wi-li ' ~, \\ wi>h nm'd indullte more freijueiit'y in ~f lec orHii'J the grateful arkiHiwletlcmeiitii of , 1., their 1.-rtiitlonl*.
24 August 1833 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
SWISS BALLAD.

SWISS BALLAD.

< pile more wood upon the hearth, l-'„r ble»V the north-wind blow* ; And rest here, eiife from the wrath nfhi.il nod drifting snows. Hu- iiieh hang by the door. The are hound frost; i huah'd is now the torrent's roar, Its rage and fury lost. While are housed all anng and warm Be
24 August 1833 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
the Toilet.

the Toilet.

This delicious preparation la rapidly suppressing those deleterious compounds Vegetable. Gum, Resinous Oils, injurious to the Hair—it will not produce any stringy or greasy appearance, while gives a rich natural gloss and preserves the curl in all weathers. As Oil or Medicament
22 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET, FROM the Twenty-ninth day of September neat, that part of (be Lands of RAUANKErR* with Dwelling House

TO BE LET, FROM the Twenty-ninth day of September neat, that part of (be Lands of RAUANKErR* with Dwelling House

and .Offices thereon* containing 484. Oft. 30p., situate within one roUe of Monkstown, in the County Cork. ... Also, That part of the Lands tfERMITAGE, in -the Barony of Barrymore* and containing 86a. 2r. Bp.» situate'within one mile of the Riverstown Distillery* and fire miles
22 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
S CHARGE TO TH&' JURY. ot the Tail Membcrf taciturn, but whom notice, further than to giver liamentary business whatever

S CHARGE TO TH&' JURY. ot the Tail Membcrf taciturn, but whom notice, further than to giver liamentary business whatever

nomine tumque, Albarimquo uch indifTerence just to say, id in bis place in the House to the Irish Secretary, iblin, of the charge delivered rrand Jury of the County d during the conversation, to the Report, spoke like '—and therefore he expressed* d regret" at something whhbi co
24 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD.

TO BE SOLD.

THE INTEREST in the HOUSE occupied by the late Archdeacon Thompson on the Dyke* Parade, and one of the best family Houses in Cork, beingetavided with every suitable Out office. It baa also attaches to Uf Ground offering moat desirable site for two Houads^nritlrF rootage to the W
24 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland