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THE NEWRY COMMERCIAL TELEGRAPH.

THE NEWRY COMMERCIAL TELEGRAPH.

By authority, and under the Patronage of hie Excellency the Mod Noble the Murqnie of Asoleset, and the Irieh Court, MULLEN’S CELEBRATED TOOTH-ACHE TINCTURE, AROMATIC AND VEGETABLE DENTIFRICES. THESE Preparation* are now acknowledged b« the beet end wfnt yet ducovered, for pnaetv
27 September 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
REMARKABLE TIGER KENT.

REMARKABLE TIGER KENT.

have just been favored with the f. n >niti« ovtnrt nf a letter from Java, of the December, 183 d. The fetter was written, its contents evidently prove, (rue soa of the ocean," and i- addressed Ins brother, a member th - ib>. Academy. is dated from Mill, Pr.boiir.ga district :— “
27 September 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THAXiE B-SAT U K DAi?,

THAXiE B-SAT U K DAi?,

K DAi?, ae eicia« the mnnufaclore of soap in freln'nd. aid that there Were both One and the England. One {(Uhgine that aneh state of things would favourable to IWand. but those who think so fcnonc little .the Workings of the Onion in its more minute details. The Irish soap boiler
28 September 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
HURRAH FOR JOBBING !—THE FLUNKETS TRIUMPHANT.

HURRAH FOR JOBBING !—THE FLUNKETS TRIUMPHANT.

HURRAH FOR JOBBING !—THE TRIUMPHANT. M'CAUtx.jufD—the brother-in law of the Loan CHANCELLOR, is nominated—not elected—to the office of Solicitor the Phmket Commission—and what adds the insult, 'he permitted to the duties by deputy—his partner, Mr. FETHERSTOV, being the stalking-h
25 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE HUBLIK EVENING MAIL.

THE HUBLIK EVENING MAIL.

THE EVENING MAIL. PREPARATORY GOVERNESS.—A Lady who JL has bad considerable experience the instruction and management of Children, wiahei engage family Preparatory Governess, having filled thayltAtion for several years; or she would engage as CoraMpoo to a Lady, for which she Is
27 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEPARTURE OP T-ORD ANGLESEY.

DEPARTURE OP T-ORD ANGLESEY.

At twelve o'clock this day the Marquess of ANGLESEY held undress Levee at the Castle, and immediately after left for Kingstown preparatory to his embarkation. This Levee was very numerously attended, and by a great number of persons arudois to show their regard for the private I
27 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR BRISTOL,

FOR BRISTOL,

The CITY of BRISTOL and EXPRESS, every Tuesday and Friday, from the Cu9tdnfc-house Quay. Tuesday, 24th Septen*ber, at 7\ o'clock la the morning. .-. Friday, 27tb September, at 8 o'clock la tlie morning. Tuesday, Ist October, o'clock the morning. These Packets leave Bristol for D
23 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BLACK ROCK AFFRAY.

THE BLACK ROCK AFFRAY.

Two of the ringleaders of riots in the Rock were taken Into custody last week by order of Captain Harpur, who hat been stationed in that district eince the late riot there. One of them, stoat athletic fellow, lay down and would not move step, bat on threat being tied a hone who
23 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Peremptory Hale.

Peremptory Hale.

Desirable Farms 6e Country Residence. pHE SUBSCRIBER will Sell by PRIVATE CONTRACT, his Interest in those FARMS and TENEMENTS, lately Advertised; situate within Miles of Belfast, on the Eastern Side of the Cave- Hill For pnrtlcularM, tee WHIG of\bth ultimo. Proposals will be rec
23 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
—every one will benefit it, and perhtpe mn■y HMft be will, yet u •ball reccivn all the •upport that can

—every one will benefit it, and perhtpe mn■y HMft be will, yet u •ball reccivn all the •upport that can

(tea it, aad traata the landed proprirtor,, merebaata and tradeaman, will cooperate with him in deairabla an on. deetakinf, which wilT ant only improve their peopettiaa, bat give eomfuftabie employment tbaUr poor—and if there waa nothing to be ob- U'bad but the relief of the poo
26 September 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland