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T , T CZ fr . V * UT4 0 fl TEIY! PERUACCE SOCIETT. T HE REV DR. COX, Professor of Moral Philoso. I phy in the University of NEW-YORK, will Preach a SERMON in the Rev. Mr. MORGAN'S Meeting- House, FISHIERWICK-PLACE, Belfast, on SABBATH FIRST, the Ist September, a Half-past ONE, Ex
30 August 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The house then went into coramil'ee the Turnpike R>ads’ Accoun*s 8.11. After the house had resumed, the report was ordered

The house then went into coramil'ee the Turnpike R>ads’ Accoun*s 8.11. After the house had resumed, the report was ordered

to be received to-morrow. The other orders of the day wore then disposed f , and the bouse adjourned at four o'clock. EXTRACTS FROM A. TREATISE OX THE MODERN SYSTEM OF GOVERNING GAOLS, <fce. BY MAJOR JAMBS PALM,Bit, ONE OP THE INSPECTORS GENERAL OP PRISON'S IN IRELAND. 1832. ON
29 August 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
LAND SURVEYING;

LAND SURVEYING;

JW. WRIGHT takes leave to introduce his ser• vices to Public Notice,in the LANDSURVEYING department. , A position entertained by most persons, is. that the general, of Land Surveyors perform their operations on similar principles, both in theory and practice and that therefore,
31 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK MARKETS, AUGUST 31.

CORK MARKETS, AUGUST 31.

The w set her broken, and rain Ml heavily daring the greater part of yesterday. The change, it should eoMinnc, will asram the ratting of Com: but, to the late Potato crop, frona the kMM drought, rain will extremely beneficial . , Barrels. • VESTERHAT. dOtr*#. 133 Wheat New 6d (A
31 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MYSTERIOUS DISCOVERY.

MYSTERIOUS DISCOVERY.

At Chilton, on Tuesday, the 6th instant. Mrs. Wm. Goddard, with her servant girl, were looking for a lost chicken, and sup. posing it had got under the files, they lighted a candle and went into adark lumber garret at the top the house, when, on look, round, the girl took up som
29 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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MR. R. BARRY. DRNTIST, 63, GRANB-PARAIbE. HAS just returae.d from Paris arid London, where he has been fora consirternhle time,

MR. R. BARRY. DRNTIST, 63, GRANB-PARAIbE. HAS just returae.d from Paris arid London, where he has been fora consirternhle time,

practisiJg under the eminent Professors of Dental Surgery aqfl Mechanism, and now respectfully solicits a share of PablipHrawiiMge. Having acquired a perfect knowledge of improvements adopted in the French and Knglisb fixing Mineral and all othrr Artificial Teeth,JSinyfc~&A Set
29 August 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK ASSIZES—Fbiday, August KSI3HDFR A SOLDIFE AT BVKBGREEN. Jtln Cmr.tp Patrick Patrick Porry were bar, with the murder of Patrick

CORK ASSIZES—Fbiday, August KSI3HDFR A SOLDIFE AT BVKBGREEN. Jtln Cmr.tp Patrick Patrick Porry were bar, with the murder of Patrick

Reily Evergreen the of June. Canty is tall, powerful, athletic young man, about thirty years of age, with forbiddingezpression of countenance; the other prisoners are much younger, and the three were very decently clad. Alichael Butler, corporal of t&e2Bth Regiment examined, —Wa
31 August 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH TITHE BILL.

IRISH TITHE BILL.

Earl WICKLOW presented petition against the Irish tithe bill. The noble ear! expressed his surprise that the bill should have been read third time before the regular hour of commencing business. He came down punctually at five o’clock, and to his astonishment he ascertained that
31 August 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
LANCASTBiI ASSIZES. TUXTON ». II F-Wl^OK. Tbi* was an Heiion to recover clamastes for the loss of a Newfoundland dog,

LANCASTBiI ASSIZES. TUXTON ». II F-Wl^OK. Tbi* was an Heiion to recover clamastes for the loss of a Newfoundland dog,

which had been shot- the defendant. w Mr. I’ulloclc and Mr. Wiohirnan appeared»for the plainiitf Mr. Wiliam* and Mr. Cowling for the dev fendant. The plaintiff. Mr. George Valentine Tantnn, i* employed the office of the Dock Trustee*, at Liverpool; and the defendant, Mr. George
31 August 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLCE. MAaLaoz0oujqg-sTREET.r-A CtOLEL, SUBJECT,-A tal i muscular fellow, named Ladding, in the dress of a brick- layer's labourer, was yestdrday placed at the bar, charged with being ?? and disorderly. It appeared that the defendant was creating a consideralale noise in t
30 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland