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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE- SOUTH AMERICA. Extract of a letter received by the Medina, dated Bogota, May 21: 11 Acceot my sincere congratulations on the happy results of the lamentable difficulty With South Carolina. 'The pre- servation of the union of the United States is a blessing f
16 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REPEAL OF THE UNION—CO. MAYO—DINNER TO SIR WILLIAM BRABAZON.

REPEAL OF THE UNION—CO. MAYO—DINNER TO SIR WILLIAM BRABAZON.

REPEAL OF 'THE UNION-CO. MAYO-DINNER TO SIR WILLIAM BRABAZON. ?? l o Oan SPEC AL RaE.OXrERa) (Contiaueedfronm yesterday's PaperJ. The CHATItMAN then rose and ?? had then to dis- charge a duty which gave him a great deal of sincere plea- sure. He was about to propose the health of
06 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LEGAL APPOINTMENTS.

LEGAL APPOINTMENTS.

It will be seen by an extract from the Allion (a Tory paper), that several changes wyill probably take place in ju- dicial and other legal situations in England, and that amongst the persons likely to succeed to an official station in the Court of Chancery, is Mr. LYNen, the hon
05 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

;;d B0w5'-SITBET-BURARY AND Exra.sivn p Tr- .IIE Cothrv'fs dF BLESSINGToNs.AVrjd Ol' r very long investigation took place before Sir F. ' ferao ° nd circumstances attendingadaring and extensive robe to wvs commited on Sunday morling at the residence of whe ire Countess of Blessi
04 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PARSONS.

THE PARSONS.

THE PARISONS. Verilv these sacerdotal functionaries are most. heroic in theirs contempt for decency, and their recklessness of public opinion. They every day delight to manifest the wanton joy they take ill alienating from themselves all lingering share of the good considevation
14 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LOSS OF THE AMPHITRITE.

THE LOSS OF THE AMPHITRITE.

I - THE LOSS OF 'I HE AMPHITRITE. OFFICIAcI RErOIT OF THE INVESTIGATION INTO THE CONDUCT OF TIIE C0NSUL AT aOULQOG{E ON THE AFFAIR OF TUE A31VIXLTRITE, Boulogne, September 18. SIR-l'ving closed, amost diligent and patient inquiry into 'the 'coIdtct of William I:Jamilton, Esq., hi
30 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF CORK & ADJOINING COUNTIES. MRS. ROOKE begs to express her thanks

TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF CORK & ADJOINING COUNTIES. MRS. ROOKE begs to express her thanks

and gratitude to the numerous Friends and Customers of her departed Husband,-for the unprecedented support be experienced for upwards of'five years, infcpite of the united efforts of the Grocers to pur ham down. In taking leave of the kind Inhabitants of the City, she entreats c
28 September 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1833.

DUBLIN: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1833.

I1t Of tattl' lJounalt: DUBLIN. FRIDAY, ASEPTEMBER 27, 1833. THE HOLY ALLIES. It appears from theklatest German papers, that the Em- perors of Russia and Austria have at length met at Munchen Gratz, where it does not seem that they are likely to be joined by the King of Prussia.
27 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BLESSINGS OF THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

THE BLESSINGS OF THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

THE BLESSINGS OF THE ESTABLISHED l | CHURCH. I The advantages derived by the people of these countries from that sacred institution, the Church Establishment, are so comprehensive, that the mind is almost lost in contem- plating their vastness. It is only by viewing them in de- t
02 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. ' DOMESTIC POLICY OF THE WHIGS.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. ' DOMESTIC POLICY OF THE WHIGS.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. ' DOMESTIC POLICY THE WHIGS. -As it has beimme the fashion with our brethren Of the press to Indite epistles, furnish "bints," and address articles the coming Secretary, see no reason why we should be out of the mode—and therefore have | strung tho follow
18 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland