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NORTH-EAST FARMING SOCIETY.

NORTH-EAST FARMING SOCIETY.

WT The Autumn Show of Cattle was held here on Wed- \ nesdny. Owing to the unfavourable state of the weather the previous day, a great many of the animals that were in- tended to be shewn could not be brought forwaid, which reduced the number considerably. There were a few very fi
13 September 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARDINACAPLE STEAM-PACKET.

THE ARDINACAPLE STEAM-PACKET.

I THE ARI~INCAPLE STEAM-PACKET. e The Ardincaple steam-packet, which plies between New- t e castle and Edinburgh, sailed from Leith barbour on the morn- i, jg of Sunday last, about two o'clock. Having rounded St. e Abb's Head, the wind, which was quite fair, increased to a ] most
13 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORPORATION INQUIRY.

CORPORATION INQUIRY.

j- ?? .CORPORATION INQUIRY (BEFORE MESSRS. 1OoARTY AND LISLE.) Y'OUGH.U, SEPs'vaaUiE 7.-At about tenl o'clock the Con.- missioners proceeded to open the court of inquiry; several of the members of the corporation were present, and the friends of municipal reform mustered strong.
12 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PARSONS.

THE PARSONS.

THE PARISONS. Verilv these sacerdotal functionaries are most. heroic in theirs contempt for decency, and their recklessness of public opinion. They every day delight to manifest the wanton joy they take ill alienating from themselves all lingering share of the good considevation
14 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MK. BOND LOWE,

MK. BOND LOWE,

Then la not an la tin Community whoae life the pistol the bus beta often aimed, the dagger aaMeeia ao frequently raised, aa agalnat that of Mr..aaonas BOMB LOWB. And wherefore ie ? la to all the relatione private life—aa friend, landlord, realdent gentleman, everything that even
11 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAND CANAL SCRIP OF 1817< INASMUCH as some of said Scrip have not yet availed themselves of the Company's of

GRAND CANAL SCRIP OF 1817< INASMUCH as some of said Scrip have not yet availed themselves of the Company's of

lltb June, 1831, Notice Is hereby the Court of Directors of the Grand Canal havjristutoted their Brokers, Messrs. WILLIAMS and WMOstreet, to givo at the rate of*7s/. British for every 100/. laic currency, or any fractional sum of said Scrip which shall be brought be cancelled o
09 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
£QUER. PURSUANT to Abe -*• Decree of bis I ty's Court of in Urclknd, made thi^bmsc, )' bearing date the

£QUER. PURSUANT to Abe -*• Decree of bis I ty's Court of in Urclknd, made thi^bmsc, )' bearing date the

day June, 1:833, hereby require all Creditors and Legatees of the late Robert ied, and also all persons havs electing the Lands Tedford, said Decree charges or eucurobram misCB in the Pleading* mentioned,, to come in before n Chamber* on the* lons* quay, Dublin, on or befor the
09 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MOTRINS BUT TUB CONSTITUTION.

MOTRINS BUT TUB CONSTITUTION.

DUBLIN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 EXPECTED ARRIVAL DONNA MARIA By a letter from Portsmouth, dated yesterday evening, we learn that her Majesty Donna Maria, and the Duchess of Braganza, were expected lefive Havre in the ho steamer, the afternoon of yesterday, and arrive Portsmouth this
09 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

CURRAQH ROYAL SEPTEMBER MEETING. FIFTH OAT—FRIDAY. of lOOgi. for mares; wt. for age—three yra. old, 7st. 71h. ; four yrs. Bst. 131b.; yrs. 9st. 101b. ; di yra. Four miles. Mr. Beere's Ada, 4 ' Lord Sllgo f Veneer, era. * Mr. Kennedy'* fSaucy Moll, yre. •* "Mr. Kelly*s b f Cuckoo
09 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MANUFACTURERS OP THE

MANUFACTURERS OP THE

DartforA HA VIN discovered that large qnantilies of Spurious Powder have been Sold theirs, in Cannisters and Parcels, with their Label and Seal attached to them, have found it necessary to take proceedings at law to put a stop to such practices. In order to guard Dealers and Con
12 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland