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ELVFA9T M-$EURL A MEETING of all the SUBSCRIBERS to the A-I BELFAST MUSEU i1I be held in that Build- ing, on THURSDAY, the 191 inst. at TWO o'clock, to consider the present state q( e Funds of the Institn- tion, and adopt measures for the liquidation of the debt. ROBERT S. M'ADAM
13 September 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUPERIORITY OF STEAM NAVIGATION.

SUPERIORITY OF STEAM NAVIGATION.

There is one important fact which we think has been suf- ficiently proved by the late unforthmate tempest-namely, the superior safety of steam navigation. Though this diode of traversing the seas has been now very generally practised for nearly twenty years, we are not aware tha
09 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

AUJCTIONS& 'TO BA SOLD,' PRIEMISFS IN FOSTER PLACE,:LATE OFFICE OF PUBLIC- ACCOUNTS. T be SOLD by Public Auction, on the premises, 1on WVEDNES'DAY, the 25t.h day of September next, (if nut previously disposed of by priVate' con'tiact). all that, the House and Premises in 'FOhTZ(4
11 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

OYSTERS. DANIEL O'HARA, (SUCCESSOR TO WILLIAM SMITH), PROPRIETOR OF THIE OLD l STABLISIMr)5D OYSTER & GENERAL SHELL-FISH WAREH USE, 1, FRENCII-STREET, AND 76, ABBESST I F*T, - Corner of Saclkville-street, - Rj ESPECTFULLY informs the Public that he is con- Ml' stantly supplied wi
11 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

TIIBPASHIONAILE WORLD. I IN ABSTRACT AND BRIEF CHiRONICLE OF Tnl TINES." The Marquis and Marchioness of Ely and family, whose absence from home has been protracted much beyond the time intended, are expected at Ely Lodge by the end of this veek, or early in the next. General Broo
14 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEIR MAJESTIES.

THEIR MAJESTIES.

Hit Majesty and the Queen, it confidently stated in London, purpose paying an early visit to Ireland, accompanied by the Duches* of Kent, the Princess Victoria, and the principal Memhert t£eCOiirtofi>uJ«meaV-— < THE TITHE LOAN BltL. • biotity perused Wife most extraordinary piec
12 September 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

FROM the Twenty-ninth day of September next, that part of the Lauds of RAHANKER, with the Dwelling House and Offices thereon, contains* 43a. Oa. 90?., situate within one mile of the of Monkstown, in the County of Cork. /y 1 / Also, That part of the Lands oMJBTRIVHTAGE, in the Ba
12 September 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
approach. In addition to the honors which is intended WHY IS LORD WELLESIiSY SEhT pav to the young Q,aeen, a

approach. In addition to the honors which is intended WHY IS LORD WELLESIiSY SEhT pav to the young Q,aeen, a

Royal invitation, has already arrived E[ERE from Windsor. Sir J. Whateley *ith Th Dterr to the c APIT OM of the letter from the King to the Conde runcnak containing a . cordial and pressing invitation to the Empress Corinthian columns the Jlail last but We to partake of the prin
12 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOSS OF THE PIKEBE—MR. AND MRS. HAR

LOSS OF THE PIKEBE—MR. AND MRS. HAR

GRAVE. The following paragraph we find in a Milford paper (the Cambrian) of the 7th Friday afternoon last it came on to blow a fresh gale from the S.W. with heavy rain. The wind suddenly shifted to W.N.W. and N.W. about seven in the evening, and continued to blow heavily through
12 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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14 September 1833 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland