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OLD TIMER—A GITA TIOX.

OLD TIMER—A GITA TIOX.

OLD TIMER— A GITA Tty F. VV. C., ESQ, &c. &c. Ac. Saturday Morning. Preoericx. —I have been just conning over in ray chair of stele, (not an Editor’s chair !) the papers of the week, the liberty of penning a few lines to you, (“ are well and all the family, as I am at preset; tha
17 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CIO. TIPPLKAKV. i'ec-simp'e J SOLD.—The House, Demesne, anti Lands of PA UK, near Nenagli, in the County Tipperary, tie- the

CIO. TIPPLKAKV. i'ec-simp'e J SOLD.—The House, Demesne, anti Lands of PA UK, near Nenagli, in the County Tipperary, tie- the

laie Geo ge Waller, Esq., containing English statute measure, of which the House and Dome division contains a. 3k. 22 t*., like measure ; and tl remainder is held respectable and solvent Tenants will. The House is most substantially built, suitable for man of fortune. The Out- O
24 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL ORDER.

GENERAL ORDER.

Lieutenant-General Sir Hussey Vivian has the greatest satisfaction in publishing to the troops in Ireland the a<scom« panying expression of the Lord Lieutenant’s approbation of their conduct and services, on the occasion of his Excellency’s departure from this country. . * The L
28 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE

THE

DUBLIN CORN-EXCHANGE, Sire. 87 There was a plentiful supply of all kinds of grain at nutket this week prime wheat selling on fully as good terms as this-day week inferior is Is to 8s lower ; oats are 6d lower barley i« »!„» 3d lower. Other articles rematn as last quoted. Flour h
28 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH PROVISIONS

IRISH PROVISIONS

The arrivals in the last week were—of foreign butter 3,394 casks—of Irish 16,514 firkins, and of bacon only bales. Fine Friesland butter moves off heavily at thu quay at 82s to 83s per cwt; but although the arrivals of Irish were large last week, there was not only a cerrespondi
28 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MORRISON’S FANCY WAREHOUSE,

MORRISON’S FANCY WAREHOUSE,

Depository, NO. 1, NORTH-STREET, & COMMERCIAL-PEACE, BELFAST. THE PROPRIETOR leave to return bis sincere thank* the Nobility. Gentry, and bis Friend* at for the very liberal support which he ha* received since the opening of the above Establishment, 18*29. He trusts, that his an
19 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MANUFACTURERS OF THE

MANUFACTURERS OF THE

Start ford nit on'tier, HA VING discovered that large quantities of Spurious Powder have been Sold theirs, in Cannistera and Parcels, with their Label and Seal attached to them, have found it necessary to take proceedings law to pul a stop to such practices. In order guard Deale
23 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RURAL AFFAIRS,

RURAL AFFAIRS,

The orchards between Hereford and Leominster are looking extremely prosperous; it is calculated, that one acre will, on an average, produce twenty hogsheads of cider ; such a heavy crop has not been known for longtime. The late winds have, in some situations, where no shelter in
23 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
59,828 19.940 17 876 11,986 64.590 14,300

59,828 19.940 17 876 11,986 64.590 14,300

16 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
There in no department of the Government in which more effectual reductions have taken place, than in the expenses of

There in no department of the Government in which more effectual reductions have taken place, than in the expenses of

the navy. The same rigid economy which marked the Estimates of 1832, marks the Estimates of this year. In the sum voted was JCS.B7H I«*> 5 591955 IMI Sal 1832 *,878.634 18.3 *1.58,134 regards the estimates of 1831. these must be, in some measure, taken as those of the former Gov
16 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland