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THE POLICE IN BALTINGLASS.

THE POLICE IN BALTINGLASS.

Our valued correspondent in Baltinglass states that there is now a prospect of the people enjoying some peace in that district, in consequence of the very proper and impartial conduct of the new chief constable, a Mr. Mahony. This gentleman, it appears, found that he had ill-reg
22 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Cattle imported into Liverpool from the 13lh to the 19th

Cattle imported into Liverpool from the 13lh to the 19th

Cattle imported into Liverpool from the 13lh to the August inclusive. Cows. Calves. Sheep. Lambs. Pigs. Horses. 1433 213 3029 1110 4776 42 Printed the Proprietor, MICHAEL STAI NTON. and Published Daily at the Oilice, No. 4, SufTolk-street- Subscription SIX POLANDS per Annum.
22 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASMVE KtSISTANCE” IN SCOTI AM THE KIXTOU THE ALbUONIAN HER. SlK—I alloweil, upli the medium no. pajK-r, to explain the

FASMVE KtSISTANCE” IN SCOTI AM THE KIXTOU THE ALbUONIAN HER. SlK—I alloweil, upli the medium no. pajK-r, to explain the

reasons nhich have iDilneed me to»ub. mil to imprisonment, rather than pay the anmnty < r .nu stipeml. reasons are these ; The tax waa imposed the act 1001, amt preceding « to raise 19,000 marks,vvhieh were applied the teuanee only six of the twelve Edinburgh clerjjtaieu whereas
24 August 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. On Saturday evening meeting of gentlemen interested in Mr. Stevens’s new plan for propelling steam vessels,

NEW STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. On Saturday evening meeting of gentlemen interested in Mr. Stevens’s new plan for propelling steam vessels,

met at the National Gallery,of Practical S.icnce, Adelaide-streot, for the purpose taking measures to form company, to called “The Safety Steam-Packet Company,” whi h shtmld use Mr. Stevens’s patent paddles. About forty or fifty men, chiefly engaged in scientific pursuits, were
28 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

The Premier anil l is family have this week given up the houae which they have occupied during the summer East Sheen. The venerable Earl Fortescue dangerously ill- Last night the inns at Dover were full of passengers, particularly the immense hotel of Wright’s, that many the gue
27 August 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OP CHANCERY (ENGLAND.)

COURT OP CHANCERY (ENGLAND.)

furnish the following of the Offices and Salaries that have been reduced and in the Court of Chancery ; Present Income Do. of Deputy Futuie, Ravine Principal. am.U-x|»eucc.-. Income. Clerk of Hanaper, 3,150 Clerk of Crown, 1,100 1,000 Cleik Patents, 395 Register of Affidavits, 1
27 August 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWS FROM JAMAICA.

NEWS FROM JAMAICA.

the Stca/Zoir, Lieut. Griffiths, we have advi*es from Jamaica, to the 7th July. The state of the islands was, to that time, most critical, and a revolt among the negroes was daily anticipated. The governor had issued a Proclamation, but it had the effect of causing a great excit
27 August 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON—AUGUST 17.

LONDON—AUGUST 17.

LONDON— AUGUST 17. Troops tor West Indies. small body troops is assembling at Cork, destined _ for for foreign iervice. Rumour has assigned Lisbon as their destination. This not correct. will be found, we believe, that they are destined for the West Indies. The passing of the Sla
24 August 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
J. Gillespie—l Uvein Gsrdiner-street; hearing the watchmen’s creeks going, I dressed and ran Wit about twenty miuates past one; on

J. Gillespie—l Uvein Gsrdiner-street; hearing the watchmen’s creeks going, I dressed and ran Wit about twenty miuates past one; on

getting inside the dock at the mam gate, I observed the flames drat coming out of two windows in the middle loft, and a great body of smoke, but at this time conld see fire the ground floor. W. Mortimer : I am housekeeper of the Custom-house, and live in it; little after one I w
28 August 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
REGAL I .Mordicai.a very rich Jew, resided in Prussia, tim* of Frederick the Great, and was in high with his

REGAL I .Mordicai.a very rich Jew, resided in Prussia, tim* of Frederick the Great, and was in high with his

Majesty, and very useful person him Certain apprehensions, liouercr. arising in the Jews mind, that a very wanlthy subject was not in th« most safe situation while under an arbitraly sovereign, resolved that within himself get out the Prussian dominions, together witn his proper
28 August 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland