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FOR THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

FOR THE BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

FOR THE BELFAST NBWES-LETTER. AN ANSWER. YOU'LL. never gain aught by regretting, " What cannot be helped must be borne," Then do, for God's sake, cease this fretting, 'Tis far better to laugh than to mourn. Why should we still grieve o'er, and sorrow, For pleasures long since pas
30 August 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS

DUBLIN MARKETS

. (Accurately reported for the FreemaeJ _6.UITHFIBLD. e TnURsDAY.-There was ?? good supply of Beef, Mutton, o, and Veal in market. Business heavy.- Very little done ia 9 export. leef from 38s. to 44s. per ewt. sinkijg 0ofial; r Sheep from 36s. to 44s; Calves from 40s. to 74s. eac
31 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

THE FASHIONA.BLE IWORLD. AN ADSTRACT AND BRIEF CHRONICLE or THE TIMES." WINDSOn, AUGUST 24.Yesterday, the King rode out in his pony phaeton, and the Queen took her usual exercise on horseback. Yesterday the Earl and Countess of Jersey arrived, and had the honour of dining and pas
29 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMISSION—YESTERDAY.

COMMISSION—YESTERDAY.

COMMISSIONYEsrERDAy- A man named M'Keuna, a.soldier of the 74th, was indicted for the manslaughter of a fellow-soldier named Watson. From the evidence prdduced it appeared that the prisoner had-lent the deceased a firelock, which he refused to return; and a fight ensued in which
29 August 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD.

TO BE SOLD.

BE SOLD. PREMISES FOSTER-PLACE, LATE OFFICE OJL PUILLFC ACCOUNTS. SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION, * Premises, on WEDNESDAY, the SEPTEMBER next (if not previously disposed all that the HOUSE and PREMISES FOSTERPLACE, the City Dublin, lately occupied as the Office the Commissioners of Impr
30 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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JENNINGS PATRICK A Nat ice of Ireland, and formerly a Member of the Irish Bar. the above Person has, by

JENNINGS PATRICK A Nat ice of Ireland, and formerly a Member of the Irish Bar. the above Person has, by

Decree of ▼ » the High Court Chancery in Ireland, affirmed the House of Lords) been condemned to certain party sum money exceeding J.'4o,Omit, and having fled the country. Information view to his discovery and arrest. He has late years at Paris, Versailles, Boulogne, Frankfort,
30 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH TITHE BILL

IRISH TITHE BILL

Lord MELBOURNE, moving that the bouse resolve itself into a committee the Irish tithe hill, would advert opinion that had- been expressed soma noble lords, as. Veil as persons out of that house, that the preceding measure of parliament had been on very point' of succeeding when
30 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ftei to protect honest Industry ■t advantages of official monopoly. Kioner will ever pray. bHN KLNT JOHNSTON, iblin, 1833. N’S

ftei to protect honest Industry ■t advantages of official monopoly. Kioner will ever pray. bHN KLNT JOHNSTON, iblin, 1833. N’S

LETTERS. of Napoleon with the Empress in Paris the respectable house as authentic her dau^h- Hpense, we extract the following interesting necessary premise, that previous to tlie of the Emperor, a tone of the me. was established ir, his correspondence Napoleon’s letters are such
31 August 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

Colonel EVANS put some questions to Lord Ptimer* respecting our foreign relations. Lord PALMERSTON said, with regard the East, it was perfectly true that the Government had received information that a treaty had been entered into between the Porte and Russia, but that treaty had
29 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NORTHERN WHIG.

THE NORTHERN WHIG.

every cape. Rives cheerfully* the religious teacher of big choice, is forced to satisfy the craving and rapacious demands of those whom he considers types of him that goetb about, seeking whom he may devour. Forced, we say, to forego every comfort of life, add to the enjoyments
29 August 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland