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SELECT POETRY. STANZAS. JOHN GAIT, ISQ. Helpless, forgotten, sad, and lame. On one lone seat the live-long day, I muse

SELECT POETRY. STANZAS. JOHN GAIT, ISQ. Helpless, forgotten, sad, and lame. On one lone seat the live-long day, I muse

of youth and dreams of fame. And hopes and wishes all away. "So more to with carol gay, Shall mounting laik from pasture riae, J>i„r hreei-n bland on upland play. Nor far fail scenes steps entice. ! never more beneath the skies The winged heart shall glowing soar. Nor e’er reach
06 September 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE STORM—TOTAL LOSS OF A CONVICT SHIP. (FROM oouukfondekt the gi.obe.) Boulougne-suiumke, Sunday, afternoon, the Aiophitrite, Hunter, which sailed

THE LATE STORM—TOTAL LOSS OF A CONVICT SHIP. (FROM oouukfondekt the gi.obe.) Boulougne-suiumke, Sunday, afternoon, the Aiophitrite, Hunter, which sailed

from oolvvich la.>t Monday with women and children, bound for Sidney, jjot c-n shore close thia town. Assistance was inaroediately offered, but the captain reftised it, and would not allow any person leave the ship. He was cautioned, and informed of the hazard he ran in wailing
06 September 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIA.

RUSSIA.

By an ordinance, dated. St. Petersburg)!, August 21st, and quoted in the Hamburg papers, we learn that the Emperor Nicholas has Just issued an order for a levy of four recruits from every thousand men in the whole empire, with the exception of a few provinces that are specially
06 September 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

learn from the Paris papers that M, Nicolas Koechh an attach? of the French Ambassador Vienna, arrived ' Saturday night with despatches from the Count Aulaire, which must have been of importance, a« imme* ately when the Duke Broglie had read them sent f„ Austrian Charge d'Affair
06 September 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FINDS.

THE FINDS.

London, Wednesday —The Stock Exchange i, ..in very languid, and there is scarcely a shade of alteration to not from the closing prices of yesterday. Consols remain f Money at j, and for the Account at tod. " Four o’Ceock—Consols ; Ditto for Account
06 September 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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WAJITJE» * %BII>I>IIK fc fc it ißgpiimdlttr'undfantWrrfl Vbj[«abU»aiM Plow pyrlecily :' ta>b<u)n(Hbidi in ille la utuaKiefmaiiaide MamiUitr: OffioKaT!' ttb* paptm. !'VKTaiIKDTUfi) in.aisiloj)iiii, lio|igft>iT)i,atsißadjr I mui, whu oanibavraHa^uuininutidbiil Alppliuaiion’toi J'<«
06 September 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
PHICE SIX FENCE.

PHICE SIX FENCE.

SIX FENCE.
06 September 1833 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
DINNER TO SIR WILLIAM BRABAZON

DINNER TO SIR WILLIAM BRABAZON

On Monday last, the Freeholders of Moyo piitprtained Sir William Brabazon at a public dinner, in the town of Castlebar. Although the notice of this entertainment was shoit, and many adventitious chcumstances appeared unfavourable its success, yet so great was the anxiety com pli
06 September 1833 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW ROSS A FREE PORT.

NEW ROSS A FREE PORT.

NEW ROSS FREE PORT. New Ross has been just declared a free port for the import and bonding of exciseable articles of trade, measure which will prove most advantageous to the mercantile community of that spirited town. The arrangement comes into effect as soon proper stores are pr
06 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
•BfetirkowMta. I (bought on the hoi rlbfc MOiiy«yllnl*l«. to nccoM of wmi* rini-ter Mr. It paMed olf. however, church. Mnryßooe

•BfetirkowMta. I (bought on the hoi rlbfc MOiiy«yllnl*l«. to nccoM of wmi* rini-ter Mr. It paMed olf. however, church. Mnryßooe

leaned ulaiuod how dull I *M. 1. (t. and tried to rmlly ; rlvaeU, CbarncterUtin, nod w«» Jyit ialf Mrtremely jfcmMei when Marta.lf* had .loot Wary nlxnrved '• thit 1 waa Ing,” felt »• If! could har Inwardlycoracd the Inventor' him to the lowaat of Ac* 1 (trove ageliMt my verel o
06 September 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland