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IRISH COURT.

IRISH COURT.

The Hon, Colonel Gore retains his situation Master the Horse. son-in.law the gallant Colonel, to lie Chamberlain, the room Mr. L’Estrange, Lord George Hill continues Comptroller the Household, •Several the upper servants of the Marquis VVellesl*y, and large quantity of packages
27 September 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
The depot of the Highlamlera, under Major Winchester, removes immediately from Londonderry to Aberdeen. Several depots are about to embark

The depot of the Highlamlera, under Major Winchester, removes immediately from Londonderry to Aberdeen. Several depots are about to embark

from Cork Dublin for Plvniouth, Portsmouth, and Gosport. Lieutenant Gosset, of the'64th Regiment, has been appointed recruiting officer on the stai) of the London district. IMPORTANT TO HALF-PAY OFFICERS. A document was lately published in the newspapers, purporting to be a circ
27 September 1833 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
GIBTON’S HEEL OINTMENT.

GIBTON’S HEEL OINTMENT.

sand-cracks and tender hoofs this ointment is found most efficacious, by washing out the sand or dirt, and wedging nightly some tow immersed in the ointment, then slopping the sole with cowdung ; but observe that the horse's evacuations be regular, lest inflammation might ensue
24 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PURSUANT to the Decree JL of his Majesty’s High Court of Chancery in Ireland, made in this Cause, and bearing

PURSUANT to the Decree JL of his Majesty’s High Court of Chancery in Ireland, made in this Cause, and bearing

date the M.h June, 1832, I hereby require all persons having charges and incumbnmccs affecting the Town and Lands of Mount Stafford and - J Ballylumnin, situate in the County of Antrim, Barony of Lower Toonc, and Parish of Ahughill, and also affecting the Estates in the Island o
24 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEWLY ESTABLISHED CHURCH,

THE NEWLY ESTABLISHED CHURCH,

Now that every thing is tending to a new order of things in Ireland, and Popery is to become the religion, the ntablithed religion of the country, the following announcement, which take from the Mayo Telegraphy will be interesting : « Ballina Catholic Cathedral— Wc arc glad to h
24 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WHIGS AND CONSERVATIVES

THE WHIGS AND CONSERVATIVES

»* The sincere and genuine partisans of Don Miguel are chiefly composed of the munlrry and igiiurnnrr of the pmvinces—ignorance which monkery, existing in the Peninsula is to calculated >to propagate and foster. The description given of the great number of this holy rnbhle in th
24 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BEST LONDON SADDLERY,

BEST LONDON SADDLERY,

Best Hunting Saddles, Martingales, Cavirsonrt, and Ditto Racing ditto, Nosebands, Ditto Side ditto, with Patent Stable Collars and Dog- Trees, Chains. Somerset, Watering, Postil- Slips and Coupic?, lion, and Boys' ditto. Gambadoes, Postillion Boots, Boys’ and Girls’ Polchcs, Car
26 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD WELLESLEY.

LORD WELLESLEY.

We stand quite neuter at present with the gDTernment of Lord Wellesley, notwithstanding the Pott endeavored to embroil us with it. We wait for acts, and then wc shall take the ground these call upon us to do, in the discharge of our duty to Ireland. We confess our inclinations a
25 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAPTURE OF SIR JOHN CAMPBELL.

CAPTURE OF SIR JOHN CAMPBELL.

CAPTURE SIR JOHN CAMPBELL. A commercial letter, dated Madrid, the sth instant, mentions that Sir John Campbell had been taken by the Pedroites. He had embarked in an English vessel at Fi gneira on his way home, the delicate state of his health having induced him leave Portugal. I
25 September 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE—Wednesday

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE—Wednesday

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE— Wednesday The market this day was dull, and the supplies moderate there was pretty good show of oats, but not many buyers. All ki«wS of beans are cheaper, and the sale for these is dull. Burley remains tire same last stated. Peas, both white and grey, remain
28 September 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland