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THE TEA TRADE.

THE TEA TRADE.

Monday the East India Company’s quarterly sale ot teas commenced at the India House, and was very numerously attended. The sale attracted the more interest this is the last but two which will be under the direction the East India company, pursuant the provisions of the India bil
07 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK INSTITUTION.

CORK INSTITUTION.

His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant has ordered to be presented to this Institution a set of maps of the ordnance survey of Ireland (value ,£400), now progress of publication. That for the county of Londonderry has been received. It contains theboundanes of the town, plowlands, p
07 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

London Thursday, Twelve o’Clock. —Consols are steady, though the transactions are still of very limited extent; they remain at the closing price of yesterday, 88| to i for Money, and 88f to for Account. Four o’Clock. —Consols 88| ; Ditto for Account 88| ; Belgian tJ4j ; Brazilan
07 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAILS.

THE MAILS.

On and after the first of October next the charge of the mails on the Dublin and Limerick coach will be taken two guards, one to relieve the other at Mountrath ; a very necessary precaution on so important a duty, for the fatigue was too much for one man travelling day and night
07 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

At Bognor, Lord Thomas Hay, brother of the Marquis of Tweeddale, and Rector of Kendlesham, Suffolk, to Harriet, daughter of the late Sir A. Kinloch, Bart., of Gilmerton. At Miltown Church, Miltown Malbay, Thomas, eldest son of Thomas Morony, Esq., of Miltown House, to Anna Maria
07 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RIGHT WORSHIPFUL THU HONORABLE JOHN P. VBRRKER, MAYOR OF LIMERICK. ‘nrß, U* mdcnigncd iah>bitant« of ik« City and Liber.

THE RIGHT WORSHIPFUL THU HONORABLE JOHN P. VBRRKER, MAYOR OF LIMERICK. ‘nrß, U* mdcnigncd iah>bitant« of ik« City and Liber.

tin Limerick, requed your Wonbip will coorem dt die iuhakilaaK Isifs on an early and eoaialint day, adopt aaeh mraaurca at may tamalial for an. operating with the approarbiny Royal Commiraian, which our Kiag gneiouily ordered to ininire into the Carperste iMtlmtHuallrtiaDd. Lime
07 September 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
32 MET, X PROM 29tH. SEPTEMBER, far such Term at may be agreed on, THE HOUSE and DEMESNE of NORWOOD,—

32 MET, X PROM 29tH. SEPTEMBER, far such Term at may be agreed on, THE HOUSE and DEMESNE of NORWOOD,—

Containing about Sixty Aertt, situate Dear the Dublin mail-road, three mile* excellent Port and Market Town (Nenagh), fine Corn country, and centre of the Ormond bunting eoeera. The House and Office* &e. &c .are Modern, coneeoient and fit for the reception of any rrnpectable Fam
07 September 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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W ATKavoan, SATURDAY, Srptbhbbr 7. ; (VBOM TUB LONDON PAVBBS OS WEDNESDAY.) The Pikt, we learn, has arrived at Falmouth from Lis. bon, and private expresses have reached town with the intelligence. It is also reported that Saldanha had gone in pursuit of Bonrmont, but we hare not
07 September 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

la St. Audeon'v Church, Dublin, Richard DUasy. Esq., of Bsgnalitown. to Charlotte, only daughter of the late Thaa. Thorpe, Eaq., of the laic of Han. At Rahao Church, hy the Re*. A. B. Baldwin, of Edward W. Kelaall, «th Regt., Susan Larkina, eldett daughter of the late Adam Walke
07 September 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Butler, per cwl. Wbcftk. per bmr. Out*, do. Barley, do. Oatmeal, per cwi. Flour, 2da,per baj? Bds, do. 1 «

Butler, per cwl. Wbcftk. per bmr. Out*, do. Barley, do. Oatmeal, per cwi. Flour, 2da,per baj? Bds, do. 1 «

a. 7« 27 10 12 1« S3 23 IS 0 4tUa, do. (ndlaaCorn,do. Heal. do. Bacon Pig*, cwl. Scalded Pork do. Head*, do. Oflkl, do. Wklakey, per gal. Beef, per lb. Hutton, da Pork, do. Veal, do. Potatoes, per i.t. Coala, Newport, Swansea. Cardiff, Batter on Thursday—73» 75» per cwt. Weighed
07 September 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland