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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
 
COLONIAL MAR KEIS.

COLONIAL MAR KEIS.

Refined continue to meet with but inanii mate demand. The lea Sale—The East India aaV continues jirnreed with activity. All liie Black 'Jean ha ve pa ssed the sa e. 'i sale is cxpct (< dto cuucludo Tuesday. Rice—This ai tide is look til upon favourably, amt buyers are compe ted
14 September 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNDALK INFANT SCHOOL. [From Corres/ion leHt.) , On Snml.iy list lie Scriplural in-Unclion nf the n*; {Tfinerition aiivo* if» the

DUNDALK INFANT SCHOOL. [From Corres/ion leHt.) , On Snml.iy list lie Scriplural in-Unclion nf the n*; {Tfinerition aiivo* if» the

parish of tl„. Rev. R. N Hounfk. Kertor of Du-isramo i, who 11 rear! e1 on the occasion of the fifth anniversary oi the intiTesluij and tlourishinj: Infant School of that town. The Rev. Gem en.m took for his leal the Ust v. ot the 20 C. of John •• but these are wit ten that ye m
14 September 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
('LO.VMEL :

('LO.VMEL :

Printed arid Published on the Morning* oi Wednesday and .Satirdav, Bi/ the Proprietor, WILLIAM R. I PTOV. Orm’s in Makv-:tf.eet / : | era i* ill!!"' iilisli «<lva taini urov by ai-te< reot torn nun pass 4*lh!l
14 September 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTED,

WANTED,

By Mr. Tims, Irish Coort to send his daughters to. It must be splendid, recherch*, hospitable, and polite. Its society must be multitudinous, yet very select; [an easy thing to manage in Ireland] —exclusive, but such as to set all the " listless looms and sinking manufactures” i
14 September 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

Great apprehension has been excited at Madrid in consequence of the appearance of cholera at Huelva, in Andalusia. A cordon of troops has been stationed around Huelva, in the vain hope of arresting the progress of the malady. The King of Spain continues in a very indifferent sta
14 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
£163 1 II 161 8 16

£163 1 II 161 8 16

Balance in favorof the Charity, 6th Sept., £1 15 1 JOHN O'OALLAGHER, Secretary, Further Donations are most earnestly entreated ; they will be received by the following Gentlemen, and acknowledged the Tnutees:— The Right Hon. the Lord Mayor; his Grace the Lord Archbishop of Dubli
14 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

The lady of Captain Brownlow Knox, of Wilton Crescent, of 11 At*Graham’» Town, Cape of Good Hope, the lady of CapUin D. H. Halifax, 75th Regiment, of daughter. At Sweetmoont, county Wexford, the lady of Edmund Sweetman. £sq.» of & bod. MARRIAGES. The Rev. Henry Stevene, Vicar Wi
14 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KINGSTOWN AND DUBLIN SHIP CANAL.

KINGSTOWN AND DUBLIN SHIP CANAL.

Wednesday there was a full meeting of the committee at the Com- Exchange. THOMAS WALLACE, Esq., M.P.,in the chair. The sub-committee reported from the deputation which waited on Lord John Russell, to the effect that his lordship received them most courteously, and expressed anxi
14 September 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIA—GREAT BRITAIN.

RUSSIA—GREAT BRITAIN.

The Globe, in observing upon Russian despotism in Poland, says—“ The time may come when circumstances will not only rectify Russian reasoning respecting the ill-fated country it lias so fearfully made its prey, but when to assist such circumstances may become au imperative duty.
14 September 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland