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IRISH MARKETS.

IRISH MARKETS.

DUBLIN CORN-EXCHANGE, SErrT. 6.-There wvas a plentiful supply of grain at marketthis week, with the exception of Barley, all which met brisk sale with lit- tle alteration in priee. Rape, Vetches, &c. are the same. Flour also in demand, without any-variation in-price. Oat- meal d
10 September 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRUIOUS EXPERIMENT ON A RATTLE-SNAKE.

CRUIOUS EXPERIMENT ON A RATTLE-SNAKE.

CURIOUS EXPERIMENT ON A RATTLE-SNAKE. The following curious facts respecting the rattle-snake, are from a letter of Judge Samuel Woodroff, to Professor Silliman, in the last number of the American Journal of Science: * Some time in the month of August, I went with Mr. Kirtland, a
10 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A FRAGMENT FROM THE FIRST BOOK OF JUDAS.

A FRAGMENT FROM THE FIRST BOOK OF JUDAS.

IA FRAGMENT PROM TTHE FWT BOOK OF F .AGMENT JUDAS. (FROM TIHE EKAMINEa.) e [Flow ie camieby the obilowing ?? paper itis unnecessary to explain; sutfic>., it to say thatit was not presented to us by a, Bishop, though froin the rentrkable agreement between the precepts it conveys a
10 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. COOPER’S NEW NOVEL, On the 12th September, in 3 Volt., post Sro., The headsman. By the Author of The

MR. COOPER’S NEW NOVEL, On the 12th September, in 3 Volt., post Sro., The headsman. By the Author of The

Spy," The Pilot," Ac. Richard Bintlit, New Burlington-street, London ; JOHN GUMMING, 16, Lower Orraond-quay, Dublin; and Sold by all Booksellers in Ireland. Of whom may be had the following POPULAR NOVELS; GRACE CASSIDY; or THE the Countess Blessington. THE PARSON’S DAUGHTER. Th
10 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the markets.

the markets.

CORK, Sept. 7. Corn The receipts of Wheat at market this day were abundant and the prices well sustained—say at an average of 25s 9d per barrel Barley at 12s 6d to Here at 12s ; and Oats to 10s lOd. The quantity at market this week was, 2,179 barrels of Wheat, 193 •’ ar ley, and
10 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK -SKIDDY’S ALMSHOUSE.

CORK -SKIDDY’S ALMSHOUSE.

Stephen Scioor, of London, bis will, dated the 20th March, directed that stun of 241. should be annually paid the Vintners’ Company of London to the mayor the City Cork lor the time tube, the mayor and aldermen of Cork, distributed amongst of the poorest honest persons of such c
10 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MOSES DEANES CHARITIES.

MOSES DEANES CHARITIES.

Moses Deane, by his will, dated the day October 1726, directed that after his debts and certain legacies therein particularised, should be paid, the executors or overseers of his said will should receive rents certain premises therein mentioned, which wa« entitled under lease fo
10 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE STORM—FRA NCE-

THE LATE STORM—FRA NCE-

(o llio accounts already published the life and property j»t sen the recent stoi m, the London pa,»crs of Thursday and Friday contain notices great number wrecks various paits the English coast. I'iic accounts from France arc an equally deplorable character. Such storm, least on
10 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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