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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
 
TO WEXFORD.

TO WEXFORD.

Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday morning, at o'clock precisely. LEAVING WEXFORD Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at o'clock A. ii., for Dublin. TO GOREY Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 8 o'clock A. M., precisely. LEAVING GOREY Every Tncsday, Thursday, and Saturd
04 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

CI.ONI2E! Scptimbtr O. X if « Rutter °®«r, O. tinea] -O J1 0 ...O 0 Hindered •' « HHes (raw) ... ... ... •••! 0... > l*ig3 0 •••° ® * -O ..O O O OftM ...oco 0..0 0 oj Second Flour 1 0 0 Hen I '■> ® ° ... Id ...O 001 Fouttli* « lUoesced 1 0 —° , u«e 0 Barley 0 Coll. -O » ...O O O
04 September 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE KSRCHAWTE.

TO THE KSRCHAWTE.

THE quality. ccnd tin.... Third Frunh Fifth Sixth d0..~~. eeonniT. Tint Sceonddo % ’Ti Third -4* t'euith
04 September 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Tilt: S]*-Y SYSTEM—EXTRAORDI NARY DISCLOSURES. ajro, petitwn presented, ',. v Mi. Ci.bbett, signed by number mdivi<!»hls belonging political union, in

Tilt: S]*-Y SYSTEM—EXTRAORDI NARY DISCLOSURES. ajro, petitwn presented, ',. v Mi. Ci.bbett, signed by number mdivi<!»hls belonging political union, in

Lo<iilon. (1) coniplaiuing, member lee . „licc bud, under an assumed cburecter, touiio into tbeir association ; and that bad, tVeouently, urged them the adoption o. measure* calculated to expose them the terror* the government and the law. • , they complained lie existence 'i *
04 September 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
PHICB OP IRISH STOCKS—An«u,t 31.

PHICB OP IRISH STOCKS—An«u,t 31.

Rank 5t0ck........ Contois, 3 p*r Ctnt Government Debentures,3s per Cent.. 864 Government Stock, per Cent. New Government Stock, 34 per Cent a- Sift Hoyal CaotlStock Grand Canal Loan, 6 per cent. Grand Canal Loan, 4 per cent TO GORRBKPONDENTB. On account of the change of of whic
04 September 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND DAT—THDRSDAT.

SECOND DAT—THDRSDAT.

A Sailing Match for all Yawls rigged any other wav but with spirts ail and foresail only. For the Ist, £3. —Emilia, of Liflersbale, Mr. R. Doyse, owner. 2d, £2. —Lark, of Fethard, Charles Bird, owner. 3d, j£l.—James, of Checkpoint, J. Ryan, owner; May, of Ballyglan, Captain Newp
04 September 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH WOOL TRADE—FRENCH CASHMERE.

IRISH WOOL TRADE—FRENCH CASHMERE.

During tke present year the wool trade has greatly improved, and prices have advanced upwards of 50 per cent, upon those of last year. An intelligent correspondent, well acquainted with the subject, thus accounts for the extraordinary briskness of this branch of trade. He says—
04 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS. WHEAT AND OATS. BE SOLD BY AUCTION, 0» T<-mnrrnw (Thvrxdav), September T NEWLANDS and lale Commons, «UUia Two Miles

AUCTIONS. WHEAT AND OATS. BE SOLD BY AUCTION, 0» T<-mnrrnw (Thvrxdav), September T NEWLANDS and lale Commons, «UUia Two Miles

of Lucan, ThreP iirTlath* | coule, and Two of Tallaght, upwards of One Hundred Stacks of prime WHEAT, and Thirty Stacks of OAI S. To be set up in Lots accommodate purchasers. Sale to commence at One o’Clock. JOHN COO AN, Auctioneer. N. 8.-a—Approved Bills at Sixty.onc days will
04 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
support. ' To effect the greatest happiness of the greatest number, is of length admitted to be the uilinutc object

support. ' To effect the greatest happiness of the greatest number, is of length admitted to be the uilinutc object

of all legislotioo, and to elucidate and coforee this principle shall be one of the primary duties of THE CORK EVENINQ HERALD. Thy period lor supporting exclusive power, fostering monopoly of ony opecier, burdening the country with expensive requital fur fictitious services, and
04 September 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland