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NTEW TLW8ATRE RO-YAL, LOWER ABBEY-STREET. -MESSRS. CALVERT, the Lessees of the Patent, beg ?? leave most respectfully to inform the Nobility, Geen- trvi and the Public in general, that the above Theatre will be opened in a splendid style, every attention having been paid to the c
30 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY PROMOTIONS.

MILITARY PROMOTIONS.

I WAa-OPFICE,, SEP.T- 27. 2d Regiment of Life Guards.-7G. A. F. Heathcote, gentt. to be Cornetand Sub-Lieutenant,- by purchase, vice Wood,. who retires. 4th Regiment of Dragoon. Guards-J. Macartndy,' gent. to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Jones, promoted. 7th Dragoon Guards-:Corne
30 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF WICK LOW.—TO SOLD BY AUCTION, on FRIDAY, the 11th dav of,OCITORER, 1833, at the hour* of Two o'Clock,

COUNTY OF WICK LOW.—TO SOLD BY AUCTION, on FRIDAY, the 11th dav of,OCITORER, 1833, at the hour* of Two o'Clock,

the [COMMERCIAL BUILDING!., DUBLIN, the liiuso. Offices, and Demesne of DROMMIN, the the late THOMAS BEASLKY, Esq., containing about -Fiftyone Acres, Irish, of prime Land, situate a part of tbo Country, within fifteen miles of Dublin, two of Newtown-Mountkennedy, and two and a-h
30 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOLD, the House, Office?, and Demesne A of FORTNfSBETT, and part of the Towjrtand Lands of LISCANLANE and GOLRASS, coritJfliing

SOLD, the House, Office?, and Demesne A of FORTNfSBETT, and part of the Towjrtand Lands of LISCANLANE and GOLRASS, coritJfliing

458 A. 2R. 1 OP., statute measure,'held under of Lives renewable for ever, at the yearly rent of and pepper corn renewal fine. These Lands are situate in the Barony of mond, and County of Tippcrnry, within ten miles of Parsonstown, eight of Nen&gh, and one mile of Borrisakane, a
30 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOLD, the House and Demesne of *. MERVILLE, Donnybrook, containing dLove 31 Acres, plantation measure, and held under made the

SOLD, the House and Demesne of *. MERVILLE, Donnybrook, containing dLove 31 Acres, plantation measure, and held under made the

late Lord Fittwilliam to the lanTjfcrd for a term of years, of which scventy-selcn are yet to come, at the yearly Rent of 4s The beauty of, and value on, these known to require comment. Tickets to see tbe House and Demesne, on Tuesdays and Saturdays, may be had WILLIAMS and GIBT
30 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INAUGURATION OF SIR GEORGE WHITEFORD.

INAUGURATION OF SIR GEORGE WHITEFORD.

This day the LORD MAYOR for the ensuing 'year was Bworn in before the LORD LIEUTENANT with the usual ceremonies. His Lordship was presented to his Excellency in speech suited the occasion, by the RECORDER, and the Charge was delivered by Baron Sir WILLIAM SMITH in that perspicuo
30 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROWING MATCH ON THE BLACK WATER.

ROWING MATCH ON THE BLACK WATER.

The match between five officers of the garrison and an equal num. berofthe Fermoy young gentry. took place on Thursday, and perhaps so great number of persons was never collected on like occasion. At two o'clock the excellent bonds of the !)2d Highlanders and 81st regiment too!;
30 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

On Friday morning the head-quarters, with Major Ramsay, Captains Mason and Clarke, Lieutenant Herbert, Ensigns Lewes and Wheeler, and Assistant-Surgeon Munro, of the depot 77th regiment, marched from Tralee for Fermoy; and on Saturday the remaining companies, with Captain Nelly,
30 September 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWSPAPERS—IRELANP. t tk. Q„m. n.M h* NtwtmiMr In Irelu4 for Stampa. In <f»b of tb« Four Int Quarter* of the

NEWSPAPERS—IRELANP. t tk. Q„m. n.M h* NtwtmiMr In Irelu4 for Stampa. In <f»b of tb« Four Int Quarter* of the

Year thTslrna paid for Stamp* for Paper from tho« paid for 10th Oat. Quarur ami Qr. 1» Advertisement . a. d. 46 10 0 248 10 0 158 17 6 37 10 0 55 7 6 162 7 6 9 2 6 106 2 141 10 0 11 6 2 6 41 17 6 21 10 0 , ... ... j 10 0 0 108 10 0 48 7 6 33 5 0 28 15 0 131 6 67 12 6 114 12 6 ;7
30 September 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LORD WILLIAM PAGET.

LORD WILLIAM PAGET.

Considerable uneasiness has been experienced in various branches of live Paeet family by the reported death of Lord William Paget Vera Cruz, who is stated in a Jamaica paper to have been shot by a sentinel. From inquiries we have made, believe the report admits of considerable d
30 September 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland