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IRISH CORPORATION COMMISSION

IRISH CORPORATION COMMISSION

The preliminary arrangements having been completed for the effective working of this commission, the Commissioners will forthwith commence their inquiry. The country has been divided into six circuits, upon each of which two Commissioners (a Catholic and a. Protestant), with a S
07 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

The mortality in some of the branches of w hat is the high Aristocracy has of late been singularly great. The Buccleugh estates have passed through three generations in tittle more than 30 years. In the same period there have been three genera tions of the Abercorn family. The f
07 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN OBSERVER.

THE DUBLIN OBSERVER.

Anglesey advocates the appointment of the Duke of Richmond, and Mr. Littleton contends for the prize on behalf of his father-in-law, the Marquis of Wellesley, the matter has become a kind of pons aaimrum to the Whig Cabinet, and they are accordingly compelled to wait awhile,” or
07 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HORRIBLE MURDER AT BIRR.

HORRIBLE MURDER AT BIRR.

There was a brutal murder committed on the bridge of Birr on Saturday night last. A respectable farmer named Moylan, who lived near Birrview, a short distance from the town, when returning home, was attacked, and a sharp instrument driven through his head; he was killed upon the
07 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANNIVERSARY OF THE MOST REV. DR CURTIS.

ANNIVERSARY OF THE MOST REV. DR CURTIS.

This solemn ceremony was performed on Monday the 26tb instant, in the Catholic cathedral of this town. We have seldom witnessed a more interesting scene. The venerable prelates who assisted on the occasion, the clergy who attended in great numbers from the archdiocese of Armagh,
07 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WM. BRABAZI

WM. BRABAZI

WM. BRABAZ DINNER iNTINUED. The said —He had then discharge -a duty which him picture. was i«l»out to the health gentfemarrfnrmeny member of the legislature, and who. in the discharge senatorial duties, had proved himself sincere and honret friend Ireland, (f«ecr*) The important
07 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MOST DISASTROUS ACCOUNTS OFTHR LATE r.A! ( Receivtd by thin Jiy't mail.) Dove a, Tuesdat, S«rr. 3.—His MajMty*s packet F«rm,

MOST DISASTROUS ACCOUNTS OFTHR LATE r.A! ( Receivtd by thin Jiy't mail.) Dove a, Tuesdat, S«rr. 3.—His MajMty*s packet F«rm,

Hi milt on, with the mail and diapatchen. which ought to have rtaci..j here Satuiday lant, did not airire in jeoce of tb»; tre tll dous weather and the iminenae aurf runniag in front of the harbour, until eleven o’clock thia morning. She brings AQ that the Talbot, London ateam r
07 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CONTRACTS.

CONTRACTS.

CITY GAOL AND BRIDEWELL. THE Board of Superintendence will meet well, at Two o* Clock, on Monday, the afidiSememher, st, to receive estimates for supplying thosar ftfgxnl with Irish Soap, dipt and Mold Candles, Best NewportCmlc, and also for Printing and Stationary for 12 Months
07 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

TO LET, From the Instant, for Three!Lives, PART OF KILLEENS, called in the North Liberties of the of Qfrk, lately held by Mr. JOSEPH DALY’S Acres 3 Roods 23 Perches, Written rroposats be made to the EARL OF CORK AND ORRERY, Marston House, Fromc, England; and to DANIEL LEAHY, Esqr
07 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WINE WIT. AND WOMAN. SONG. Ven last, gall He pour’d Juno’s nectar, < hashed, one and all, exorcise the apectre.

WINE WIT. AND WOMAN. SONG. Ven last, gall He pour’d Juno’s nectar, < hashed, one and all, exorcise the apectre.

\polio, all on fire That heav’o should thus his thrilling lyre The service gaily chauntcd. /enos rung the toll, As heav’n’a fairest daughter, Vbile from his Howl Sprinkled holy water. Fiona heav’n chased, the sprite Again to earth descended ; The Thund’rer mark’d his flight, And
07 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland