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DUBLIN POLICE.

DUBLIN POLICE.

I 0L.EGE-%TRPET,-A8SAULT ON ONE OF THE UNSTA2XPED PUBLICATION CLutB.---Yesterday the board-room of Col- lege-street-office was crowded by gentlemen, anxious to bear the details of an assault, alleged to have been com- mitted by Mr. Fitzgerald O'Brien upon a Mr. J. Boulger. At ti
17 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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17 September 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
PIGOUS and WILKS, Manufacturers of the DARTFORD GUNPOWDER, having discovered that quantities of Spurious Powder have been sold theirs Cannisters

PIGOUS and WILKS, Manufacturers of the DARTFORD GUNPOWDER, having discovered that quantities of Spurious Powder have been sold theirs Cannisters

and Parcels, with their label and seal attiM them, have found it necessary take proceeding* at ixmia put a stop to such practices. /Vf J In order to guard dealers and consumers against spurious Powder, they have adopted new and difficult laliel, Mid subjoin a list of those perso
17 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF DUBLIN

COUNTY OF DUBLIN

A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE TO BE LET, for such Term as may be agreed upon, and immediate possession given, the Dwelling-Honsc, Offices and Farm of Tralfc Lodge, containing Seventy-four Acres, late Irish PlanUJpn Measure, well drained, and (except four Acres) all in high order, with a
17 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Notice.

Notice.

In'tllWflor of-) several Creditors i>f llic Insolvent I’atric'lN’uwtr, / in this matter, aio hereby requested an Insolvent, fto meet John Carroll, the Insolvent's as. ) at olfice. No. -t-l, Strcet, 1 imtiieh, Mumley, the 30th September Instant, to take into eonsideration proreeu
17 September 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MA t ,„t not navinff | at to** 0 Ioo« artrlrr.-. ll'C hniWine i ' r, ' a “'I

THE MA t ,„t not navinff | at to** 0 Ioo« artrlrr.-. ll'C hniWine i ' r, ' a “'I

a of Eaoise iiif; wall, about entrant. N'>tl , office eifuall lf ,he Board of M«ia«er*. and S, —lt may ...veral I t the Board fjaul the flat r*je supply xpt-nce wbat» jread-ir.ill froi from the river ,t,, fl it of the C These oi°f oi soillL Members of the hmilioe, eon. e.l. they
17 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ELIGIBLE LODGINGS. TO BE LET, the Upper Part of HourOjepjtrally and conveniently situated, consisting cl\t l4fawmg- Room, Parlour, Pantry, Three

ELIGIBLE LODGINGS. TO BE LET, the Upper Part of HourOjepjtrally and conveniently situated, consisting cl\t l4fawmg- Room, Parlour, Pantry, Three

Bed Rooms, Kflchcn, and other conveniences. // A respectable person, or a small private family will be treated with on moderate terms. Apply at the Office of this Paper. Sept. 17.
17 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TIM BE 11, DEALS, SLATES, &c. MEMEL TIMBER and NORWAY UfD DEALS, Red b Yellow Vine, Ash, ElaJfy Timber> Red,

TIM BE 11, DEALS, SLATES, &c. MEMEL TIMBER and NORWAY UfD DEALS, Red b Yellow Vine, Ash, ElaJfy Timber> Red,

While, and Yellow Norway Spars, American /Ash Oars, Rest RANG OR Qucet/md Count Slates, Rnylish Front Rrick'a (40,000) Tuts, Laths, §*c. All excellent in their at the WHOLESALE and RETA/L YARDS— of ueuben Harvey & sons. Cork, 7th of 9th Month, (Sept.) 1833.
17 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
t' m Ronavne, and hoped that his siijjgcsiiv*. _ . r i# The Match admitted that there teas inconvenience felt

t' m Ronavne, and hoped that his siijjgcsiiv*. _ . r i# The Match admitted that there teas inconvenience felt

from the scarcity of water, and said that he should discharge engineer, the pumps being mostly out of repau. Mr Ronavne—lndeed, Sir, it is not Gorman fault, how could they expected to stay long order, when there are no other in the town, and when they are used by .5 or °;vfr. .I
17 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WRECK OP THE ARDINCAPLE STEAMER. (From ikt Newcastle Press, This town was thrown into painful state of anxiety on Monday

WRECK OP THE ARDINCAPLE STEAMER. (From ikt Newcastle Press, This town was thrown into painful state of anxiety on Monday

afternoon, from a rumour, which spread rapidly through the town, that letter had been received, stating that the Leith and Newcastle steam vessel, the Ardincnple. bad been lost. On Tuesday morning, great relief was felt the arrival of the vessel, and learning that the loss, alth
17 September 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland