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THE WESTMEATH JOURNAL

THE WESTMEATH JOURNAL

rtl«~object of their attack than by observing the |fl.ayh- . )k ,■ .The Maroons liave an officer over them styled »Jsuperinteu(lant, from whom they receive all their orders and instructions upon ordinary occasions,"and to whom they apply in all coses of tnrbance or disagreement
26 September 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
NORWICH .MUSICAL FESTIVAL.

NORWICH .MUSICAL FESTIVAL.

This grand annual festival, for the benefit of the various charitable Institutions, commenced on Tuesday hist, and was continued Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. The performers, both vocal and instrumental, were of the highest class, and the performances were of the most splendi
28 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
lID THF TOWK, VFK ANKim— ? 0 | ,TX FXXCX. )TO THE roil KTR T, Cta T>o 5 O INTERESTING SMUGGLING TRIAL.

lID THF TOWK, VFK ANKim— ? 0 | ,TX FXXCX. )TO THE roil KTR T, Cta T>o 5 O INTERESTING SMUGGLING TRIAL.

lID THF TOWK, | ,TX FXXCX. THE roil T, 5 INTERESTING SMUGGLING TRIAL. the Petty Sessions the Guitdbeil, Newport, on Saturday, at which there were seven Magistrates present. Dr. Worsley. the chair, the Court was unusually full, a smuggling case came on, which excited gre.it intere
28 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY QUARTER’S SESSION-YESTERDAY STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS. James Denny, v. H'm. Alien, Em. This rase calle«l, the Agent for the Plaintiff,

COUNTY QUARTER’S SESSION-YESTERDAY STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS. James Denny, v. H'm. Alien, Em. This rase calle«l, the Agent for the Plaintiff,

Mr. piiv, aiikrd how much he claimed from Mr. Allen ? Mr. Eugene M‘Sweenv, a Found*, Three lings and Ten Pence, balance an account. Mr. Miah —Has promiaed to pay it ? Witness— Frequently, within these list two or three y Mr. riT<QEfcALD. for Defendant—l* it not twelveor thirteen
28 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY BETWEEN BRISTOL AND LONDON. THIS important undertaking will raise the value of lands in the South of

GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY BETWEEN BRISTOL AND LONDON. THIS important undertaking will raise the value of lands in the South of

Ireland, by facilitating the transport of cattle and agricultural produce. Bringing the London and all intermediate markets, within hours journey of Cork. The capital required is iVlUHons, Shares of J5lOO each, the greater part of which |dll y subscribed in England. The Nobility
28 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH AND THE METHODISTS.

THE CHURCH AND THE METHODISTS.

The Church coquetting with the Methodists. The Bishop of Exeter, in the charge which he delivered recently, expressed himself snxioux for the reunion of the Church and the -Methodists. The Conservative Journals, taking their cue from Dr. Phillpotts, are endeavouring to cajole th
26 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ItIHEBICK CHBOMICItE

THE ItIHEBICK CHBOMICItE

SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. morninj, lh« hrad-qnarten, with M»jor tUm«»jr. Captains Haaon and Clarko, Lieut. Hetbert, Ensigns Lewes and Wheeler, and Assistant Surgeon Monro, of the depot 7?lii Regiment, marched from Tralee for Fermojr 5 . and this morning the remaining companies, wi
28 September 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
quarry ; Perratt Walker £7O; 1 err poeud SO; nil those proposals were sealed, mod mine was ; being Ihe

quarry ; Perratt Walker £7O; 1 err poeud SO; nil those proposals were sealed, mod mine was ; being Ihe

highest bidder, lf*ss declared lebsst lessee ; tbere might be anotlyer proposal, but none' were above mine of £lOO ; and 1 stole IbtmiMtinl iff proposal asnjtßrato recollect; Ibis letting was confirmed Csurl O’Oyer Hundred, subsequent to Ihe Act of Parliament; 1 think the previo
28 September 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAND CONCERT. . SIGNORA D’ALBERTI has the honorji) arntfunce GRAND VOCAL and INSTRUMEMTAIf CONCERT, to given at M'Uowell’s Room TUESDAY,

GRAND CONCERT. . SIGNORA D’ALBERTI has the honorji) arntfunce GRAND VOCAL and INSTRUMEMTAIf CONCERT, to given at M'Uowell’s Room TUESDAY,

October Ist. Signora D’Alberti will be assisted by Bojpn, Mr. Forde, Mr. J. Roche, and all the other lndividuals in Cork.—Particulars in the next Advertisement. Tickets, Five Shillings; Gallery, Three Shillings. Signora D'Aljserti, during her stay, will give lessons in Singing.
26 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that application is intended to be made to the Imperial Parliament, the Session next ensuing the date of this Notice, for Act to continue the Term, (and alter and enlarge the powers) of an Act passed in the 52d year of his Majesty King Gporge the Third, e
26 September 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland