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MARRIED.

MARRIED.

On Tiicwtav. the September, Rowtreror. the John Mltchel, of Newrv, the Re*. William Smith, of Bolton, France-*, second daughter of the late Alexander Sinclair, E»q , K. N . Commander of H- M .S Fancy. _ , , On Saturday momine laat, by the Rev. Doctor Cooke, Mr. Jatne* Pre*«, Mi«
05 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. O’CONNELL AND HIS PARISH.

MR. O’CONNELL AND HIS PARISH.

TO THE EDITOR THE KERRY EVENING FUST. Sir—When Mr. O’Connell and Ilia dating assertions are the subject of consideration, very difficult to preserve the tone of good temper or'decorum. -If there i* an occasion on which the usual courtesies of lifetnay disregarded, it is in expos
05 September 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

Trb Loro Lieutenant.—The Marquro of Anglesey expected to ar. rive in Dub in to-morrow Saturday, to resume the functions of his office. Mr. Littleton.—The Chief Secretary, who is present in Staff!»rd«hlre, arrive* here in a day or two, most probably in company with (he Lord Lieut
05 September 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE OY BUTTER.

PRICE OY BUTTER.

aw Tee Meeceaerg tvb aeoarrav Qutlitf nrtt . M. teWK) yuiluv 71a SaoundQu.litv ah giMlltj Ala Third Jl. Fourth Quality. Ua Fourth Quality a* Fifth Quality . 44. Fifth Quality. W* TixthQuality , Wuftiath Quality —. M. Flthlna..... 1.. Kara. la aahk WHISKEY—Aa M ooa UalUk. I.U' —~
05 September 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EVENING.

EVENING.

REPORTER OFFICE, One o'Clock p ,m. We have just received, the Albion, steamer, Captain Finlatson, after a passage of hours, a packet from our London Correspondent, containing the London Journals of Tuesday evening. There was no other news than is contained these Papers. The weat
05 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNOARVAN PETTY SESSIONS-SATURDAY.

DUNOARVAN PETTY SESSIONS-SATURDAY.

The Magistrates on the j nch were Sir Nugent Humble, R. Longan, and B. B. Brabshaw, Esqrs. There was considerable curiosity excited on account of summonses having been issued the complaint of two lespectable inhabitants, against number of persons ranking as gentlemen, for sundry
05 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE. Portsmouth, Aog. Athol, troop skip, and Stentor, transport, sailed on Wednesday for Cork, to readiness with the Caledonia,

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE. Portsmouth, Aog. Athol, troop skip, and Stentor, transport, sailed on Wednesday for Cork, to readiness with the Caledonia,

Revenge, and Romney, carry troops in case of emergency. The following British men of war are on foreign stations: ...The Vernon, 52, Captain s>ir G. Westphal, arrived at Halifax the loth July, from Bermuda; and the Ariadne. Captain Phillips, the 25th, from Jamaica ; the Larne, 1
05 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
clari.

clari.

Rolando Mr. George Bennett. Clai Miss ShirefP. In which she will sing— Song... Home Sweet Home. Song... Bright flattering eyes. Song... Away, away the mountain’s brow. Tickets and Places to be had at the Theatre, and of Mr. Bowden, 9, South-Mall.
05 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ELTON BOARDING SCHOOL, NEAR ARKLOW, FOR GENERAL EDUCATION, THE POLITE ACCOMPLISHMENTS, AND SEA BATHING. ESTABLISHED A. D. 1813. Rev. .

ELTON BOARDING SCHOOL, NEAR ARKLOW, FOR GENERAL EDUCATION, THE POLITE ACCOMPLISHMENTS, AND SEA BATHING. ESTABLISHED A. D. 1813. Rev. .

W. HARRIS, Principal. far AT the 19 th Public Annual Examinations held the first Monday in August, and three succeeding days, the following young Gentlemen distinguished themselves in their respective Classes. " • * GREEK. Carmichael, Carey, Newcomen Imus and 2du», Stone 3tiu«,
05 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEEN’S COUNTY.—KILMULLEN. AUCTION ADJOURNED. IN consequence of the interruption several Fairs on this day, the Sale of the Cattle, Furniture,

QUEEN’S COUNTY.—KILMULLEN. AUCTION ADJOURNED. IN consequence of the interruption several Fairs on this day, the Sale of the Cattle, Furniture,

and Farming Utensils, is ADJOURNED to MONDAY, the S»th of/BJIPTEMBER next, at Twelve o’clock, when same v.i|l place without reserve. g M Dated 2Cth August, 1833. WILLIAM GRANGE, Auctioneer, 491 Portarlington.
05 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland