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LAN ULORUS—TI'I’H ES.

LAN ULORUS—TI'I’H ES.

We hare heard of a landlord in the apper part of thia count;, who refuaee to plre any receipt to tenant who hae not paid hie tithe. Few tenants can afford to displease a landlord ; hot from the press they shall receive snch aid as eon ford them. hope this Is the last of many era
28 September 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
PIANO FORTE. y THOROUGH BASS AND COMPOSITION IN ALL ITS BRANCIWS. MISS BENNETT lias the honor inform thy Nobility and

PIANO FORTE. y THOROUGH BASS AND COMPOSITION IN ALL ITS BRANCIWS. MISS BENNETT lias the honor inform thy Nobility and

Gentry that she has returned from EjnlSAd, and has resumed her attendance ou Pupils, at their and at her own, usual. Miss Bennett begs to state that long experience and zealous attention have enabled her to accelerate what it tschnicvlly called making the hand, and this ‘should
28 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WIDE STREETS. GROUND RENTS FOR SALE f THE Commissioners appointed by Act of Parliament for making Wide and Convenient Street*

WIDE STREETS. GROUND RENTS FOR SALE f THE Commissioners appointed by Act of Parliament for making Wide and Convenient Street*

in the City of Dublin, hereby give Notice, they will Sell the Rent in fee of that very valuable Lot of Ground, situate North side of Damestreet, between Crow-street and Temple-lane, Let Ao one Tenant, whereon at present are erecting four per annum 256 V. it. Farther particular*
28 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tltv VESTRY CEST.

Tltv VESTRY CEST.

I here also claim the m.oil of llic principal ioslrii. of procuring the alailition of that mast unchristian "I'-s story also another curious episode in the his. ‘ p lll( . crimes committed against the people of Ireland, 'TIVc name and behalf of the Protestant Established S' Cath
27 September 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

favoritism AT THE HORSE-GUaRDS. Pram the United Service Gazette, The United Service Journal and Frcuer'e for the present month contain two articles entitled The sacking Eadadoz,” and * Military Promotion, which HhKtratfe very Iprcibly that kissing goes fliTour in the Army no les
26 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM THE GLOBE OP MONDAY.

FROM THE GLOBE OP MONDAY.

FROM THE GLOBE MONDAY. The great question seems to be, whether upon a perverse principle a hopeless kind of guerilla and desultory description of warfare may not still be persevered in by Miguel and his Carlist commander. More solicitous for accuracy than effect, we have not put
26 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

THE COMMITTEE appointed by the Grand Jury at last Assizes for the repair of the Passage receive Proposals for the repair and kcepin^Trurepab - , Months, that part of the same between the finga/postAtjyferyboro’ and the half-way house; also, for 1,000 Toiwr'&fsuch further quantit
26 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIED

MARRIED

On Tuesday, the 24th inst., at Fermoy, by the Rev. T. Morphv, D. D., Mary Anne, daughter of Gan ett , James Cahill, hsq., of Naglesboro*, in ibis County. On the inst.,by special license, at St. Anne’s Church, Dublin, Hugo Nicholas Jones, of that city, Anne, relict <»f the late T
26 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
From the Globe of Saturday.

From the Globe of Saturday.

To-day we give from the Morning Papers, private correspondence. and Lisbon mail, all the particulars which have arrived by the Magpie and Pantaloon, Since these arrival* the Echo has also reached Falmouth, bringing accounts to the |2lh inst., from which it appears that from the
24 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PIGOU AND WILKS,

PIGOU AND WILKS,

MANUFACTURERSofthc HARTFORD GUNPOWDER, having discovered that largo quantities of Sjturious Powder have been sold as their’s in Cannisters and Parcels, with their label and seal attached to them, have found it necessary take proceedings at law to put a stop to such practices. In
24 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland