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I F ?? b~ __ _s ioe f AUCTION'S / Furniture, Library, Shelving and Gothic Book ses; 1oflCe Desks and Countets; Iron Safe; Shop Drawers, Conters and Fixtures; large Pier Glasses; 500 Yards rinted, Calicoes and Muslins; a Quantity of Cork Glass, chly cat; Ceilingl Lamp; Mahogany Fo
23 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICAN SYMPATHY FOR THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND.

AMERICAN SYMPATHY FOR THE PEOPLE OF IRELAND.

AMERICAN SYMTAATHY FORI THE PtOPLE OF IMERICAN IRELAND.I The following extracts of an address to the people. of Ireland exhibit the- intensity With which our transatlantic friends regard the condition of this country. It was agreed to at a most numerous meeting of the citizens of
27 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORPORATION INQUIRY.

CORPORATION INQUIRY.

. CORPORATION. INQ UIRR. NEW ROSS-SATURDAY, THIRD DAY. Py the evidence given this day, it appears that Mr. C. Tottenham paid 3,2421. 13s. 1Od; on account of the corpo- ration, which he made them a present of, and that the cor- poration are considerably in debt to him. The Recorde
27 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.—YESTERDAY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.—YESTERDAY.

I pOLICE INTELLIGENCE.-YESTERDAY. :0 HaAti-OreFctiE.~BICGA~i~i.-A French lady (whose name ir we for the presenit suppress'i a)pcared to tender informa. tions against person, who; it was stated, bad inveigled her gis pe, fonr bigamy wa e into marriege foi bigamy. Mr. Hoare, on The
24 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
insurrection

insurrection

found insufficient cases requi admit that you have troduction of the Coercion the law anti committing you would st down as advantages ; I can’t that.you could appreciate expect by having | law similar to it withheld. The disposition to outrage anti disorder had arrived at maturi
26 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHURCH TEMPORALITj AW ACT TO ALTER AND AMEND THE LA

CHURCH TEMPORALITj AW ACT TO ALTER AND AMEND THE LA

CHURCH TEMPORALITj ACT ALTER AND AMEND THE LA TEMPORALITIES OP THE CHURCH OF gust, 1833.) Continued from D. Post XXXVI. Provided nevertheless, and be singular the lands, tenements, and longing or in anywise appertaining the column of the schedule (B.) named, together lar the tith
26 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
J B. 73 74 Hamh, wet, 74 75 dry, 76

J B. 73 74 Hamh, wet, 74 75 dry, 76

B. 73 74 Hamh, wet, dry, 76 t. t. Haco.v, percwt SO Carlow, 72 76 Beef, per tierce, Ni wry, 00 (X/Pokk, i>er barrel, VVaterford, 70 76 in firkins, Cork, bladders, Pickled 2ds 7i Ditto, Sds Limerick, 00 Sligo 73 00 Derry, 76 78 LIVERPOOL NEW CATTLE MARKET, Sept. 23. have had an ab
26 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MANCHESTER ASSURANCE OFFICE,

MANCHESTER ASSURANCE OFFICE,

FOR Assurance against Fire, and on Lives and Survivorships, Purchase of Annuities, &c., Ac., FIRE DEPARTMENT The Assured are entitled to one-third of the Profits without any liability to the Losses.
28 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HALF PAY OFFICERS.

HALF PAY OFFICERS.

A correspon3ent of the Sun says :—The late order or letter from the Hors* Guards respecting half-pay officers is the subject of much conversation everywhere. a reference to the yearly army list there are many names of individuals that have been receiving this for upwards of fort
28 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAIN MERCHANTS.

GRAIN MERCHANTS.

TO DISTILLERS, MILLERS, AND A RESPECTABLE PERSON, who has had many years’experience in the purchase of WHEAT and BARLEY, at a convenient Shipping Port in the County Down, where he has Storage and good Kilns. WANTS COMjfI&SION for the PURCHASE of fi Jfi Tjrfm i will be found mode
23 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland