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DUBLIN, SEPTEMBER 3.

DUBLIN, SEPTEMBER 3.

A County Dublin Registry Club was formed Friday, a meeting held the Corn Exchange, Mr. James Nugent, of Kingstown, in the chair. Lord Plouket and the Rev. W. Piunket have arrived town from London. The Rev. Charles Boy ton left town yesterday (or Glendoan Glebe, Leiterkenny; The
04 September 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
„ (O alruity, Mtirr, well condacled yaonr Men (who ■I can be recommended and. gir£ One Hundred Puundi securitj) let

„ (O alruity, Mtirr, well condacled yaonr Men (who ■I can be recommended and. gir£ One Hundred Puundi securitj) let

it a S|>iril Retail Counter. To nave trouble* none need apply tebo can not etrictlr conform tu the übore, ae the Salary will be liberal. Application, post-paid, to Hr. THOMAS M'HAHON, No. 6, Franeiaaireet; or at the Red Bulk Oyster Office, Swiuburu’s Uattl, Limerick. Septeaiber
04 September 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
the limerick chronicle.

the limerick chronicle.

~lfhe Lord Major, and other civic aulhorilies, this morning proceeded in slate from the Mansionhouse to Cloth Fair, where the usual proclamation was made for holding Bartholomew Fair. The moment after thia part of the ceremony had terminated, the noise and bustle began. - The Ma
07 September 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LADIES FASHIONS FOR SEPTEMBER.

LADIES FASHIONS FOR SEPTEMBER.

Morning Drets. —A dfMs of canary color moteseline d’lnde, striped atod painted Colonnw; alternately with stars and Mars and small booqoati of sweet peas; Iriflin; variety is observable is the sleeves, which preserve their fulness beleir the elbow until they reach the cuff. A pel
07 September 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
IjBT. S' Tram the Wlh September Instant, FOR SCCH TERM AS MAY RE AGREED OM, THE House and Demesne of

IjBT. S' Tram the Wlh September Instant, FOR SCCH TERM AS MAY RE AGREED OM, THE House and Demesne of

RAHEEN, shunted in the Liberties of the City of Limerick, containing Ssa. In. 17p. Irish plantation measure, within two mites and half of Custle-Connell, half mile of the Dublin Mail Coach Road, and four miles of Limerick. There is good Orchard and Garden attached ; also suffici
07 September 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Births.

Births.

On the 3d inst., irt Margmte-place, the lady of Samuel Stanley, E<q., of daughter. the Ist inst., CastlemUchell, County Kildare, the lady of Robert Chapman, Esq., of son. On the ult., Mrs. John Domagan, of son. On the Ist inst., the lady of Edward Mooce, of Lower Gardiner-street
04 September 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LISMORE LIGHTHOUSE.

LISMORE LIGHTHOUSE.

Lismore Lighthouse is erected on the small Island called Mouscdale, or Lady’s Isle, at the Western extremity of Lismore Island, in the countv of Argyle, in Lai. Noith, and in Long. 40'* West. This Light opens the Channels leading along Lismore to the Caledonian by Fort-William,
07 September 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOCKS. Thursday. J 88* 95}

TOCKS. Thursday. J 88* 95}

07 September 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRANQUILLITY OF THE COUNTRY.

TRANQUILLITY OF THE COUNTRY.

TRANQUILLITY THE COUNTRY. There nothing so characteristic of the Castle Piess, as the revolting mendacity its assertions. Take the following for in<-tance. ** Notwithstanding the excesses of the Northern Orangemen, (!) and some outiwjes that we read of in the. enuntn/ papers, the
07 September 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

On Tuesday, at Sidney House, Mrs. Gerard Callaghan, SOU. , On the Ist instnnf, the wife ot Mr. Luke Murphy, of was delivered of two sons and daughter, who are living and lik*‘lv well. *t Church, on the .lei instant, hv Archdeacon Power, the liev. Sewell Hamilton, to Miss Selina
07 September 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland