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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
 
T s?R,^f,u THE evening 1 post. Castletown ® ® y i Jt which was transmitted to you from the child

T s?R,^f,u THE evening 1 post. Castletown ® ® y i Jt which was transmitted to you from the child

tbe trial of Elea Clerke for the murder of applied tn»». Clerke, it is erroneously stated that 1 made nn « * i, General for leave to bail the accused. other witnesses I 0n; but havin « differed ‘he mations . V ,)on , ‘h* question, viz., whether the inforit was "? should be taken
05 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOMICIDE AT of Saturday, the 24th ult, brutal murder was committed a man named James Mullen, from town. It appears

HOMICIDE AT of Saturday, the 24th ult, brutal murder was committed a man named James Mullen, from town. It appears

that thJH In public house with Mr. Kei^| maker, and a man of the name their leaving the house they were who were calling out no Pope,^B Kennedy was first knocked down, his lodgings. Hinds was also kn(^| party ; and, lastly, Mullan, who reH which fractured his skull in a most dre
05 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES. &c.

ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES. &c.

Det.ibfratk Mprdkr —A private, the foot, stationed in Athlone, deliberately loaded pun sergeant’s wife, which instantly deprived her life. The cause of this brutal act originated in some liberties which the fellow was taking with his unfortunate victim, in the absence of her hus
05 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WANTED, An APPRENTICE the WINE and SPIRIT BUSINESS. A l«d from the County would be preferred, who can Board and

WANTED, An APPRENTICE the WINE and SPIRIT BUSINESS. A l«d from the County would be preferred, who can Board and

Lodge with™* Master— Application to be made at the of this Paper. Dated Belfast, sth September, 1833. 520 Melancholy Accident.— On Friday evening, Mrs. Montgomery, the Lady of John Montgomery, of Benvarden. Esq., and family, were returning, open barouche, from visit Andrew Fergu
05 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

HOLDING, (within Miles of Lame, in A the Parish af Cairnrastle. lately occupied by Mr. JOHN WHITE, MILL for SPINNING COTTON VA RN. It has an extensive fall, with constant and abundant supply of Water. And second fall, upon which CORN.MILL bas>4wri lately erected. The SFINN IN G-
05 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
.DEAN MACNAMARA.

.DEAN MACNAMARA.

On Tuesday, Deputation the Parishioners of St. Nicholas Without, consisting of Messrs. Lawrence Finn, T. Coyne, J. D. Mullen, Patrick Daly, and T. Furlong, waited on the Very Rev. Dean Mocnamara, P. P. of Bniffi at Robert White’s, Esq., FleeUstreet, in order to present tbe Rev.
05 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES. EDWARD SMITH, a. TIME -riECF. MAKER TO HIS MAJESTY GENERAL rOST-OntCR, No. 49, LOWER SACKVILLE-STREET, RESPECTFULLY

GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES. EDWARD SMITH, a. TIME -riECF. MAKER TO HIS MAJESTY GENERAL rOST-OntCR, No. 49, LOWER SACKVILLE-STREET, RESPECTFULLY

solicits an inspection of tJs new and ‘splendid assortment of the most improved Lelir and Duplex Watches, which are finished under his owrftnspection, and are now on sale to the Public at the manufacturing price ; and being the only manufacturer in this City that has the proper
05 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DREADFUL EXPLOSION OF A COAL PIT.

DREADFUL EXPLOSION OF A COAL PIT.

DREADFUL EXPLOSION OF COAL PIT. Dudley, September I.—Yesterday an explosion of what here is called wildfire took place in pit near the Red Ball public house, on the road side between this town and Oldbury; when, lamentable and awful to relate, thirteen men became victims to the d
05 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THi; K.N N ISKI f-LFiN CMKONIC’I.M, AND 1 HNK PACKKT.

THi; K.N N ISKI f-LFiN CMKONIC’I.M, AND 1 HNK PACKKT.

ISKI f-LFiN CMKONIC’I.M, AND PACKKT. ~, j , i, I.ieitknant.—We lux'i;rmt pleis’ire in a'.nm.ißii.S thattl.e of Angles.-v Pnhltn Thiir»ilav next. Ills Lxoelleno* » lipnl'li ! ben nuich iinprmt<l bv Ills short stay in Slat- I. djliire, now to enable linn to resume the funtlious .f
05 September 1833 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland