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REDUCTIONS IN IRELAND.

REDUCTIONS IN IRELAND.

following items appear a list of abolished or reduced salaries recently printed by order House of Commons: I.'u-uienant of Ireland 17 .7,€2f1,"00 0 fader S.vri'lrrv ... 2,(177 1.7&0 0 0 id, Ofitoo I.oml-tn ... 1.571» 0 aVollsltod Fit Clerk Secretary's OfTicc 1.074 0 ... »•>■s (i
10 September 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
276,000 0 0

276,000 0 0

276,000 0 1.270.000 1.403.000 11,636,276 2,603,4-33 |2.466,3 16.107,>186 1 1,184,009 23,768 760.000 MUiOO 1*3,610,163 8,231,274 I I I ,‘vbf). 10 10 Hern is balance more than eleven millions lavor the to hieh are supposed to heavy hnrthen,” it is only portion the produce the Irish
10 September 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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10 September 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
JEFFERSON

JEFFERSON

Mr. Jefferson is a statesman whose praises are never out of the mouths of the democratic party in both hemispheres Let us attend the private character of this uncompromising friend of freedom. The moral character of Jefferson was repulsive. Continually puGing about liberty, equa
14 September 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
PANTHEO.V OF ARTS.

PANTHEO.V OF ARTS.

perceive au advertisement in our columns to-day, that our fellow citizens will very shortly lie gratified with'nn opportunity of witnessing this beautiful and truly wonderful pieoc of Mechanism, which we pronounce to one of the must Interesting entertainments ever exhibited in t
14 September 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
1 .11j*i i'»us which liiiva »u home interest to rccum

1 .11j*i i'»us which liiiva »u home interest to rccum

1 .11j*i i'»us which liiiva »u home interest rccum |,l hip at tlir nuiiiipttt of imli I think y.u w.m'.l h«yp been onawd. 1 "• ,0 ,1 ri.iirsr ‘">i Hit \VU#iliiM-«ii. nu InilMD sir ram m*ar signify' ' i.l flu* * aier.’* I Imii just explored 'i tlip prefious ilav to be mont '* „ ;
14 September 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE f.ATE STORM. Th« KiRI. EMYSS, l-BITH SMACK. Til* Earl of k. fr-.n l-ndoo t» E-itl.. Nr.'.ett, mn.ur, ran re

THE f.ATE STORM. Th« KiRI. EMYSS, l-BITH SMACK. Til* Earl of k. fr-.n l-ndoo t» E-itl.. Nr.'.ett, mn.ur, ran re

near Hroumuter, Norfolk, on .I.e night »f SMy. She left the Leith nn.l Bem.rk Whnrf. - J Thnr«ilnv, the 29th ..It. >2 noon f«lr wind, «inch cantinnrd till Friday nigh , f« .hart time ahe «*' becalmed and laj ... I„„ ..am got »i.h the «,nd fator •-■1 four on Satar.Uv moruiag, «li
14 September 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN OBSERVER.

THE DUBLIN OBSERVER.

meetinir, when nrrangeinenls were entered into. Witness thought there was amongst the aldermen, ten of whom reside in the town, but all did not act.—He Uevcs that those aldermen determine who shall be admitted to their freedom, to all offices, freedom ot trade, &c. Thinks that t
14 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HINT TO CART-DKIVERS.

HINT TO CART-DKIVERS.

HINT CART-DKIVERS. The drivers of carts through this city are frequently seen, either emerging from the dram shop or following at some distance, whilst they leave their carts to be drawn the horses without controui the consequence is, that accident* often happen from the careless
14 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN OBSERVER.

THE DUBLIN OBSERVER.

■ NOTICE MUSICAL STUDENTS. MR. HAYDN CORRI J TAKES leave most respectfully to nounce to the Nobility, and the lullic in general, that in consequence cf the great iJcr«e of popularity hi» success with his Pupils has him, he has been induced to remove tol NoJ2, D’OLIER-STREET, whe
14 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland