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GERMANY—THE CONGRESS.

GERMANY—THE CONGRESS.

The German papers continue to assert that a Congress of the Northern Potentates will lake place at Trappau in the course of the present month. The Nuremberg Correspondent states that the chateau of Schwedt, on the Oder, was undergoing embellishment, and was to be fitted up for t
06 September 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GUNPOWDER.

GUNPOWDER.

THE SUBSCRIBERS beg to announce to If. censed Dealers in the ahove, the arrival of Ihrir usual Extensive Supply of everu description of CURTIS AND HARVEY’S SUPERIOR I,i referring Sportsmen to Colonel Hawker’s well-known Work Shooting, viz. Advice Young Sportsmen, where CURTIS &
07 September 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CURR.iGH ROYAL SEPTEMBER MEETING, j FIRST DAY —MONO AY. N ft, th sovs. added ; The Trial Stakes of 10

CURR.iGH ROYAL SEPTEMBER MEETING, j FIRST DAY —MONO AY. N ft, th sovs. added ; The Trial Stakes of 10

sovs. h ft, wit*- second horse saved his stake. Royal Course, Lord Milto I*ll*B eh h Cinnamon, by Middleton, J old, SstlOlh ... •• ' Lord Sligo’s ch c Daxon, 4> yrs, Sib, ... Mr. Kelly’s f The Coekoo, 3 yrs. Tat *lh. Mr. E. Kelly’s Despise, 4. yrs. Hit 121b. Mr. Montgomery’s b b
07 September 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
new tallow. THE SUBSCRIBER is landing the Cargo of the Mary Swan, from St. Petersburg, of 382 Cashs Best YELLOW(\ANDLE

new tallow. THE SUBSCRIBER is landing the Cargo of the Mary Swan, from St. Petersburg, of 382 Cashs Best YELLOW(\ANDLE

TALLOW, FOR sitLE. LEWIS REFORD. Si September, 1833.
07 September 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A SCHOOLMASTER WANTED, At the New School-House, hitjrmtil, WHO is qualified teach a Regular Course of ENGLISH EDUCATION, and can

A SCHOOLMASTER WANTED, At the New School-House, hitjrmtil, WHO is qualified teach a Regular Course of ENGLISH EDUCATION, and can

produce satisfactory testimonials hfc abilities and correct moral conduct. A decided preference will given such as have gone through a Course of Tcatnyig in some of the best Model Schools. For particulaiai-eyluiry to be made of Mr. SIMMS, in Mr. Stewart’s Oifige, Linen-Hall. Tes
04 September 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ST. GEORGE’S CHURCH* WANTED, a Person to fill the Office SEXTON, in the rlhi*« Church, to be combined with that

ST. GEORGE’S CHURCH* WANTED, a Person to fill the Office SEXTON, in the rlhi*« Church, to be combined with that

of SHOOLMASTER. in ‘he Daily School about to Erected, Salary £3O per annum, with the prospect of increase. None need apply whose cßajacer, abilities, and religious principles, will not Application to made, and testimonials deposited, With Mr SAMUEL HART, Secretary to the Committ
02 September 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CORPORATE COMMISSION.

THE CORPORATE COMMISSION.

It has been said by one of the wisest men that ever lived, that there is nothing new under the sun,” and yet we solemnly aver that to this blessed hour we never dreamed, in all our philosophy, that either St. Johnstown or Killybegs enjoyed the luxury of a Corporation. But what t
07 September 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Steam Communication from Londonderry to Liverpool twice a-Week. THE NORTH-WEST OP IRELAND STEAM-PACKET CO'S NEW AND POWERFUL STEAMER, ROBERT NAPIER,

Steam Communication from Londonderry to Liverpool twice a-Week. THE NORTH-WEST OP IRELAND STEAM-PACKET CO'S NEW AND POWERFUL STEAMER, ROBERT NAPIER,

CAPT. D. A. DAVENPORT, WILL SAIL WITH GOODS AND PASSENGERS FROM LONDONDERRY, FROM LIVERPOOL, (Sails from the Steam-Boat {Sails from Ceorgt's Pier- Quag, FoyU-street,) Head,) Saturday, 7lh Srpt. 9 o’clock, m. Weil 4th Kept. 1 o’clock, p.u Saturday, Sept. o’clock, a.M, Wednesday,
07 September 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TUESDAY, AUG. 27.

TUESDAY, AUG. 27.

First Race. ~Fortv Guinea Cup for first class yachts.— Four yachts started, and arrived the winning post in the following order Paul Pry, William Plcrejr, Esq. I Iris, Poole Hleknun. Esq. BientllU, Knight of Glia, | Adelaide, John Hamilton, Esq. The distance run was to Baile, th
03 September 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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02 September 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland