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GIBTON’S LIQUID BUSTER.

GIBTON’S LIQUID BUSTER.

Simple Liquid Blister may appear in the making of it, yet persons of experience have found much reason for complaint ; for if they get what is called a Strong Blister, it is found impossible to heal the part, from the deleterious articles put in the liquid, such Spirits of Turpe
17 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARQUESS WELLESLEY,

THE MARQUESS WELLESLEY,

Wo are desirous of settiut; the Government Journalist right concerning the Lord Mayor elect and the Loan Lieutenant elect. Sir George Whitekoru was not Foreman of the Ex-officio Petit Jury, sworn in the bottle and rattle case, but he was Foreman of the Commission Grand Jury, whi
17 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MINERAL ZAFFERIA.

MINERAL ZAFFERIA.

For filling Decaged Tcelh without Cain, Heat Pressure; and Incorrodible Mineral Teelh, Wires, Springs or any other Ligatures. PATRONISED THE RING HOLLAND AND ROYAL THE MF.SSRS. AND LETEY JOVltDAicfl SURGEON DENTISTS FROM GERMANY, I Who have taken up their Residence permanently i
19 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MOST IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL. THE OILY EXTRACT OF VEGETABLES, FOR PRODUCING AN IMMEDIATE AND ABUNDANT" GROWTH OF

MOST IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL. THE OILY EXTRACT OF VEGETABLES, FOR PRODUCING AN IMMEDIATE AND ABUNDANT" GROWTH OF

HAIR. / - THIS OIL the only efficacious and safe /ppliftition ever used for the purjKisc. The use prevents head ache. In Bottles, at 'lt. fid. and ones containing three at 2s. fid. for ss. Prepared and Sold Wholesale and Retail, the Proprietors, Messrs. O’KELLV.aud CO., Chemists
19 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'THE CHURCH.

'THE CHURCH.

The Rev. Edward Nash, for several years the worthy Curate of Bally-M'Elligott, county of Kerry, has liccn presented by the Bishop of Limerick to the living of Ballycahane in the diocese of Limerick, vacant by the death of the Rev. John Cousins. On learning the death the Rev. Joh
19 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CASE OF BIGAMY.

CASE OF BIGAMY.

The principals in the case of bigamy, noticed in onr last, are Mr. Scott, brother in-law of Mr. M auric*: O’Connbli , M.P., and a lady whom the young gentleman met at Bangor, and married, at her desire, in March last. Her former husband is said to have come forward to prove the
19 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRICALS.

THEATRICALS.

There is now every prospect that shall not deprived of the talents of W. Farren in London. His engagement with Mr. Calcraft, of Dublin, for three months, was only conditional, depending upon the arrangement or non arrangement of terms with Mr. Bonn, which arrangement, we underst
19 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTRAORDINARY FRACAS

EXTRAORDINARY FRACAS

On Sunday, about three o’clock, a gentleman of the name of Boulger, while passing through VVestmerland-street, was suddenly attacked by a Mr. Fitzgerald O’Brien, who knocked him down with a heavy bludgeon, and, while lying on the ground, heat him in brutal manner about the head.
21 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUB we have alluded ; and it was when his pen took a higher and a holier flight” that

THE DUB we have alluded ; and it was when his pen took a higher and a holier flight” that

the great and extraordinary powers of his mind became thoroughly developed. His cathedral services and anthems—indeed all his sacred music, including his oratorio—are splendid compositions—original in conception, suitable in dignity, and expressive in execution. would appear tha
21 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOSS QfTHE AMPHITRITE. Details successively arrive relative (he dreadful shipwreck of Amphitrite off Boulogne.— Our readers will peruse with interest

LOSS QfTHE AMPHITRITE. Details successively arrive relative (he dreadful shipwreck of Amphitrite off Boulogne.— Our readers will peruse with interest

the depositions of the heroic Henio, and the mate, John Owen. Henin, mister of fishing-boat of the port of Boulogne, deposes that at about quarter to six o’clock told the Captain of the port that would on board the wrecked vessel, and (hat the sailors had only to follow him (hat
18 September 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland