The Corporation Commissioners will hold their sittings in their respective districts in the following order; Home Circuit Messrs. Coliioun and Baldwin, Commissioners—l. Dublin; 2. Swords; 3. Raioalh ;4. Duleek; 5. Navaii; 6. Kells; 7. Athboy; 8. Fore, 9. Trim; 10. Kilbeegan; 11.
04 September 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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06 September 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
WANTED for CHRIST’S CHURCH, Belfast, a CLERK Candidates wifi he expected to produce the most satisfactory TestimoniaKZ/ . Apply the Rev. THOS. 3, Inoram-pi.aok. (783) WANTED, At a Gentleman’s house, a few miles from Belfast, HOUSEKEEPER, who nan have the best refereuces as to ch
THE Subscriber’s Interest in BALLYDUGAN FLOUR MILLS, situated within two Miles of Downpatrick, and io one the best Grain Countries in the North of Ireland, upon which there has been upwards of £4,500 expended within these few years in substantial ainl necessary Improvements; and
CORSAIR* CAPTAIN C. E N. On TUESDAY, the 10th ' September, at SIX o’Cloek in the Evening. These Steamers Sail from for Liverpool, every TUESDAY and THURSDAY ; and from Liverpool tor Belfast, every MONDAY’ and FRIDAY.
Holland and the linked Suites, which be understood was of an ominoas tendency the interests this conntry. He also wanted to know the reasons upon which the goTernmeut had refus'd naval assistance Turkey, August last year; and, farther, whether the noble lord was aware of the off
The house resumed at fi o'clock. Sir R. INGLiS presented the 25th report of the committee on public petitions. Colonel EVANS presented a petition from tb. member, of society of Free Inquirers,’' of the pariah of Marylabone, praying that an inquiry may instituted inio the case of
usual preparations were made suitable to an occasion of so great matter oi State ceremony. f In the course the forenoon, vast numbers of pe sons began to congregate on the line of the roya pr | cession, from St. James’s palace to the House o or- A great number of police were sta
IBtlfest djrojttde, NOTICE. PERSONS claims against the Estate of JAMES CRAIG, Esq, late GLYNN PARK, Carriekfergus, deceased, and to whom he stood indebted at the time of bis death, are requested to furnish forthwith the particulars of their respective demands to Mr. DAVID LEGG, S