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. . i VC year* tVi* * ick .nn«l wo**! bf-ire, ami we are without palm oil ; w»* ready

. . i VC year* tVi* * ick .nn«l wo**! bf-ire, ami we are without palm oil ; w»* ready

the okheraif inquired tighten- them frequently near each other, and the cotton, wool, and ing the hoop*, might leave chips and shaving*, bn.ken bite i«» together i*» the eanie Veasel; the north end of the the store, and the-e are not swept away after the workmen go, a® ..re ther
26 August 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.

LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS. have received letters frpm Madrid of the 12th, which us, that the health King Ferdinand is completely re-established, and (hat he has presided at a Council. 1 here have been some disturbances Madrid. the llth inst. some cavalry soldiers quarrelled about Don Carlos,
27 August 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
DF.ATUS.

DF.ATUS.

On tlie IHlIi iast.inr. »' S*r|,-ollf*-«»«w. Sirvlv n.o-i't, t' •' ■« in. \itrtK-iiile s«i«» <*f* Innd liik-hnid nim-c-hi'Hi. n, t.'iiia, «' • Wii>.»i, li- i-. nftht I rr.l'ury. DnhUn Ci'tW. 11l (•Vance, the (i. v. rit»((tMxiil St«w»rt. yourjrkt «on n! t' « U,r. Dr. Sicwarl, of
24 August 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RESISTANCE TO THE TAXES AT lICLI

RESISTANCE TO THE TAXES AT lICLI

RESISTANCE THE TAXES lICLI The goods of a Mr. Noble were seized for non-payment of the assessed taxes at Hull,on Monday. An immense concourse attended the auction for the sale of those goods, hut one, with the exception of a constable, would hid farthing. Mr. Noble addressed the
24 August 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the 6th Dragoon Guards, are Goodwin C harles.

the 6th Dragoon Guards, are Goodwin C harles.

the Dragoon Guards, are Goodwin harles. The Christian names Ensign Arkwright, the 47th gunetrtof Foot, are Ferdinand William, and nol Henry . The appointment f Captain Blair the l-g Regiment - i Foot, the August, should have been vice and not Jolm Ross. The names of the from the
24 August 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TITHES IN ENGLAND

TITHES IN ENGLAND

Thursday last public mcetin" of the landholders and farmers of the parish of f eyland was held at the Rose Whittles, Lord in the chair, for the purpose of consultnnp the claim the Vicar Leylancl to the tillio hay, in the parish of (with the exception of the township of Whittleh
24 August 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP CANAL COM!\!ITTEE. Meeting* the Committee took jJare this day, at their Houm, tl»e Corn-Exchange ; JOHN MAJAET, Esq., in

SHIP CANAL COM!\!ITTEE. Meeting* the Committee took jJare this day, at their Houm, tl»e Corn-Exchange ; JOHN MAJAET, Esq., in

the hair: J flowing Resolutions were passed Tharthc thanks of the Committee be given to the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, for his ready acquiescence in the views the Deputation appointed wait on him, and for his offer of every assistance in his power to forward the objects the Comm
27 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JOHN TANDY. TEA DEALER AND WINE MERCK AST, NO. 15, LOWFR SACKVILLE-STREET, BEGS to acquaint tlie Nobility and Gentry that

JOHN TANDY. TEA DEALER AND WINE MERCK AST, NO. 15, LOWFR SACKVILLE-STREET, BEGS to acquaint tlie Nobility and Gentry that

he has just imported from the last India Sales lange Jft* sortnient of Black and Green Teas, selected with 'suetyure as lie trusts will support the character which hisJfouSalhs been distinguished ('notwithstanding the raw4dvertisements recently put forth ;) in word, House can u
27 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SWAN RIVER

SWAN RIVER

The Perth Gazette of the 15th February states that every seasonable vegetable was abundant and at reasonable prices. Wheat was 15s. per bushel of 60 lbs., and flour Cl per lb.; bread was I*. lOrf. to 2*. the 4 lbs.; mutton was IJ. 6r/. to 2s. Bd. per qr. ; Cape ale Is. per quart
27 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, SATURD

DUBLIN, SATURD

MRS. ALLEN’S SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES, (pORMKKI-V ftUMOULIN’s,) 44, STEPHEN’S-GREEN, EAST. AUGUST 24, 1833. Vacation being ended, Bipiness now resumed, and TO ensure every advantage to the Pupils, the following eminent ProCsMora are engaged : —Mr. Maynard Walker, in Writing, Ge
24 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland