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accidents. OFFENCES, &c.

accidents. OFFENCES, &c.

Disthessing Accident.— On Monday morning last, two young men (Mr. J. T Mackey, for a long time back, one of (lie compositors of The Limerick Herald newspaper, and friend of his.) went out on the lake of Inchiqmn, County of Clare, to enjoy the pleasures of fishing. They had not b
26 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR CORK,

FOR CORK,

The INNISFAIL, every Saturday from the Custom* house-quay. Saturday, 31st August, 10 o'clock in the morning. The Innisfail leaves Cotk for Dublin every Wednesday. GENERAL STEAM-PACKET OFFICE, IT, Edcn-quav, Dublin. —S’ Any Goods or Parcels addressed to Josiph R. Pim* 7T this Off
26 August 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Till'. CA! KNDV RS.

Till'. CA! KNDV RS.

Till'. RS. IRISH JUDGES The following ar« the erdinnriet and fxtraordinaries for the Irish Judges, they are set down in ihe Finance Accounts for last year : oaoiNAHics. Chief Justice Bushe, ... Justice Jebb, ~, ... 17 6 Justice Burton, ... ... 3 Justice ... ... 3.4-66 9 Chief Bar
26 August 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TEA TRADE.

THE TEA TRADE.

Thursday deputation, consisting of some of the most influential persons in t lie tea trade, headed Mr. Crawford, M.P., and Mr. Travers, had an interview with Mr. S. Rice, on the subject of the proposed scale duties to levied on teas when the monopoly the East India Company shall
26 August 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH POST-OFFICE—NEWSPAPERS.

IRISH POST-OFFICE—NEWSPAPERS.

I IRISU PQSTzOFFWE-.-NEWSPApERS. The following petition was presenteO in parliamrent, a few ,.eveings ago,, byMr. O'DT yer: T1 the Righ't Honourpble, and Honourable the niughts, Citi- zens,r:.an4,, Bxgesses of thb Un4iited K!i ngdo a ,ceat Britaiu 4ala Irehltnd, in Parliament ass
26 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

City, Twelve o'Clock, —The money market generally has this morning been eubjected a considerable decline, and the heaviness continues the present time, Consols be ing quoted at for the Account. The news brought the Pantaloon, from Portugal, the troops of Don Miguel being actuall
26 August 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

The steam-ship Corsair, Peyten, for Liverpool, sails tomorrow (Tuesday,) at seven o'clock in the evening ; and Chieftain, Osvene, on Thursday, ten clock in tba Doming. . The nick Ranger, Batlersby, has sailed for London. The smack Ardent, Gowan, for London, clears on Saturdav fi
26 August 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LA l‘E IllU’.

THE LA l‘E IllU’.

THE LA IllU’. insert a full report the evidence taken on 'he lute inquiry into the causes the the lit li 'ustom house, llotvever curious tue cvideucc may oe, the reader will regret to perceive that there L •othiug upon which the mind can rest as to the _nuse of that calamity. The
26 August 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL PRICES CURRENT—August 23.

LIVERPOOL PRICES CURRENT—August 23.

LIVERPOOL PRICES CURRENT —August 23. In th« early part of the week there wan a good demand for B. P. Sugar ; at the clone, however, the grocers appear, lens disponed purchase, and the importers generally not being inclined to submit to any reduction in prices, the sales have in c
26 August 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TA XATION,

TA XATION,

General PALMER read series of resolutions on the subject of taxation, the purport of which was, that the burdens the people are considerably increased the mode in which those tuxes were levied, and the manner in which they were collected. These resolutions, he said, would bring
26 August 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland