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PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

DUBLIN, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 21 It is now 23 days since we have had an arrival from Lislion, but the French papers received to-day supply us with some interesting details of the proceedings of Marshal Bourmont. The Ministerial journals of course depict his cause as unfavorably as
21 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
proprietors, merchants and traders, will co-operate with him in so desirable an undertaking, which will not only improve their properties,

proprietors, merchants and traders, will co-operate with him in so desirable an undertaking, which will not only improve their properties,

but give comfortable employment their poorand If there was nothing to obtained but the relief of the poor, surely it should sufficient stimulus to increase our exertions. Now, Gentlemen, said Colonel Conolly, I have stated opinions, but as there are many here, no doubt, better a
19 September 1833 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
OF THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OP CUMBERLAND FOR BERLIN. Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cumberland are, we

OF THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OP CUMBERLAND FOR BERLIN. Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cumberland are, we

hear, on the eve of their departure for Berlin, with tbeir illustrious son, Prince George, at which place their Royal Highnesses propose to stay for some time. The reason for this visit to the Continent is as follows When all advice in England bad been obtained for Prince George
20 September 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Price s*/.

Price s*/.

20 September 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE Subscriber is this day Landing the Cargo the Brian O'Linn, Scoait, Muter, eon'pots. Pans, Griddles, Camp Ovens and Covers

THE Subscriber is this day Landing the Cargo the Brian O'Linn, Scoait, Muter, eon'pots. Pans, Griddles, Camp Ovens and Covers

Sadd Ironsi Tea-Kettles; Cay Mnd Car With Ex'tcntire Attortment of of the Neweet .od met Fashionable ANCIS CARV I L L. Newry, 14th Sept., 1833.
20 September 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Murder and Reward ! ! If/HERE AS on WEDNESDA Y Evening, the 28M Day of Aoovst last, a most Atrocious

Murder and Reward ! ! If/HERE AS on WEDNESDA Y Evening, the 28M Day of Aoovst last, a most Atrocious

MURDER itxts committed near M-Comb's Bridge, within Two Miles of Rathfriland, on the Person of ARCHIBALD M'GRAN : Now, in order to bring the Offenders to Justice, WE, the undersigned, do hereby offer a REWARD of One Hundred Hounds, in proportion to the Sums annexed to our Names,
20 September 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MANUFACTURERS OP THE

MANUFACTURERS OP THE

MANUFACTURERS THE TTJ&FQ HAVING discovered that large quantities of Spurious Powder have been Sold as theirs, Cannisters and Parcels, with their Label and Seal attached to them, have found it necessary to take proceedings at law to put a atop to such practices. Id order to guard
20 September 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL EXCHANGE

ROYAL EXCHANGE

ASSURA.VCK OFFICE OF LONDON, ESTABLISHED BY ROYAL CHARTER 111 TH* KXIGN HIS MAJKSTT lIKO 010*0* FIUT, . FOR ASSURING Buildings, Goods and Ships FROM FIRS ALSO FOR N«my, September 16, 1833. PERSONS whose ANNUAL PREMIUMS FIRE INSURANCES fall <he on the 29th Sopt., in**., lit hereb
20 September 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
WANTED, POSTILION of Light Weight.—Enqnire this OFFICE.

WANTED, POSTILION of Light Weight.—Enqnire this OFFICE.

20 September 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
RY COMMERCIAL TELEG^AJPH.

RY COMMERCIAL TELEG^AJPH.

to correspondents. «• A compl.iiw—*• '" jmtly—that, though the murder poor Orao rem ■till involved *0 much mgitery, effieuat » yet, taken—no reward offered—for the diaoovery * murderer! How. prey, i. thia? I. the .pp.»>»* apot of murder be thue blurred over aureiy not. There Ble
17 September 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland