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LONG HARRY'S SONG AT LOUGH-SHEELAN.

LONG HARRY'S SONG AT LOUGH-SHEELAN.

LO-NG HARRY'S SONG AT LOUGH-SHEELAN. * (Fron the Dublin University Magazine.) I'LL give .you a song, Itis a true Irish strain, Our cruiskeess and glasses, my boys, let us drain; Your voices in chorus now manfully lend, And, sing the potatoes, the Irishman's friend. Ballynamona, O
06 September 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CURRAGH ROYAL SEPTEMBER MEETING.

CURRAGH ROYAL SEPTEMBER MEETING.

CURRA%; roYAL, SEPI'TEMBER tFETI4NGq. ..eE S~rS' DAY-MIONDAY., The Trial Stakes of 10 sovs li ft, witl 2S, sovs added; se- p cond horse sayed his stake. Royal Course. Lord Miltown's chl h Cinnamon, by Middleton, 5 yrs l old, 8st 101b (Wynm) ,. 1 n Lord Sligo's ch c Daxon, 4 yrs,
05 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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AP., IYVE S pE21S leave to aequaiqlt tleio Nobility. Geitry, ani X P3 Publice that he ?? opened his J V" ..ER I NA R Y lFSTAI3IISTIM EN- \. ii. 11, N ORTI 11 FPIEDERIC-STL Nr ?? i llol u e ne li be trsts that the pc- iic..l k1uolfevlee he bas o':tkiilwd at tle Xiternllay Schools
02 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KING'S SPEECH.

THE KING'S SPEECH.

| WVe have but little to ?? on this ?? is merely a dull and prosing recapitulation of all the matters, domestic, colonial and foreign, that engaged the attention of Parliament during the late session. The Ministers, speak- ing through the mouth of his aLjesty, express their " wa
02 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING EXTRAORDINARY.

SPORTING EXTRAORDINARY.

I ?? 'The noblemen and gentlemen of' Fermanaghs have-had I great sport at Enniskillen for two days-during this week. They have ?? no less than two HACK races !1 The peasantry were also entertained on- tha occasion with various anluse' ments promoted by their liberal lords and ma
07 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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GROCERS' MrEETING. A MEETING of the Grocers of Dublin and its vicinity 11 w will be held in the Office of Messrs. WM. HON qd SON, at the Commercial Buildings, on THIS Y T ESDAY), thc 3d September, instant, at Two o'Cock, % ~s~t'lrc matters to be submitted and discussed are qf the
03 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SPY SYSTEM REVIVED.—THE IRISH POLICE.

THE SPY SYSTEM REVIVED.—THE IRISH POLICE.

I fIF SPY SYSTEM REVIVEl.--.THE IRISHI TI E PY IOLICE. a The police -and the parsons seem anxious to rival each other in the race of unpopularity in Ireland. The system e of espionage which has recently excited such universal de testatiorq in London already appears to exhibit its
03 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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A-CTIONS: SUCTION OF SUGARS. / EDWARD CROKER & Co.. - ILL Sell by' Auction, at WILLIAK HONE and Nii SON'S OFFICE. ,CO.MERCIAL BUILDING.S, oN THIS DAY, ThURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5Xii, AT ONE O'CLOpK, 100 Hhds. Demerara, Antigua and Barbadoes SUGARS. WILLIAM HONE.E and'SONS, Brokers. GRA
05 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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I- AUCTIONS AUCTION OF SUGARS! / EDWARD CROKER & Co. W IIL.L Sell by Auction, at WILLIAMWHONE raid IT SON'S OFFICE, COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, ON THURSDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER'5Trs, 1833, Af ONE O'CLOCIC, 100 Hhds. Demerara, Antigua and Barbadoes SUGARS. WILLIAM HONE -and SONS, Brokers. Gr
04 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE D.E. POST.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE D.E. POST.

THE EDITOR OF THE D.E. POST. fiia,—-As you have stated in your paper of Thursday’s date, that you had received a letter in reference to my evidence on • recent trial, which fetter, however, you decline to insert, I beg to say that, as a discussion of this subject cannot now prove
03 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland