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FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

The Marquis of Anglesey was entertained at dinner on Friday evening, at Carton, the splendid seat of the Duke of Leinster. His Excellency slept at Carton on that night, and returned to town, in company with the noble Duke, on Saturday. The Hon. and Rev. Thomas Cavendish has arri
23 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tea—Boheas have advanced Id. per lb. since the sale.

Tea—Boheas have advanced Id. per lb. since the sale.

Coffee—There has been more demand'for foreign, and a good deal of business has been done this week at rather higher prices. • For plantation the demand is dull, and the small parcels brought forward public sale have gone off heavily about a shilling per reduction ; they consiste
23 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
<7, i Third Bmatfixm. GatflaMtrttL) .. - tJ>i» Day received Twenty Case* of Foreign Fancy Article*, London-tnade Writing Detb, Work

<7, i Third Bmatfixm. GatflaMtrttL) .. - tJ>i» Day received Twenty Case* of Foreign Fancy Article*, London-tnade Writing Detb, Work

Bo«k, X Dreeing Cases, Portiulioi,&c. Ac., purchased for Cadi, under tke most favorable arcumtiaaoeß, tb* full boneGt of wbkK MOOSE determiued die Public sball have, telling a. d. 1 6 3 0 3 0 0 4 1 0 0 C 0 3 8 .1 0 ' OJ o Work Bokm, Furoikhcd Drestiog Cases Preach Gold Bracelets
26 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD RODEN.

LORD RODEN.

The yewry Examiner states, that the band of the dragoon regiment stationed at Dundalk plays twice a week in Lord Roden’s demesne, from which even ladies of the Roman Catholic religion are excluded I If this be true, we hope an order will be given from bead quarters to prohibit t
26 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PO&TVQAL.

PO&TVQAL.

(no* ♦.ficojia xpjxiqv gr. in* , Cawtulavom. of ,^«?*>»oiWrrr*y %W* Jutt Eijlw intelligsnce tliat, po,t)*A Marshal Bouriooiit s£ut in, la. article* «f capitjilation, whic|> Dun Pedro at once rejected, gating pro- miae nothing more than that Don Miguel'* life thould spared. Upon
26 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DENMARK-STREET ORPHAN AND DAILY SCHOOLS, In which an unlimited number of Boys are instructed, aad twenty-four destitute Orphans Dieted, Clothed,

DENMARK-STREET ORPHAN AND DAILY SCHOOLS, In which an unlimited number of Boys are instructed, aad twenty-four destitute Orphans Dieted, Clothed,

Eduupld, and when fit, apprenticed to useful trades. On SUNDAY NEXT, the 29th September, \a&, AT TWO O'CLOCK 'pHE ANNUAL CHARITY SERMON, in aid of the -1. Funds of the above Institution, will be preached in DENMARK-STREET CHAPEL, by the Rev. M. R. MILLS, and in the Evening, at S
27 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(FROM THE DEVONPORT TELEGRAPH.)

(FROM THE DEVONPORT TELEGRAPH.)

Devonpout, Saturday —H. M. ship Endymion, 50, Capt. Sir S. Roberts, proceeded sea yesterday, in company with the Lightning steamer, board of which the Lords of the Admiralty were embarked, the Vestal, 526, Captain W. Jones, Racer 16, Commander R. Hope, Rapid 10, Lieut. Patten, W
27 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Liffey uteamer, goods and pasawger*, M nut—S.S.W

Liffey uteamer, goods and pasawger*, M nut—S.S.W

MORNING TlDE— Seit. 26. Express steamer, goods and passengers, —. sieaaier, gou<i» atid engers, - Mersey steamer, and passengeie, , fiallmaslue steamer, goods and Nai.fd—None. Wind—S. aVV, HIGH WATER AT DUBLIN BAR— This Da*. Morning Tide minutes after 10 Erening Tide 21 minutes
27 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL EDUCATION.

NATIONAL EDUCATION.

The total number of applications for aid for schools existing, made to the Board of education, up to 16th ©f August last, were 911—for new schools, 259- total, 1,170. Applications from schools existing, complied with, 573—applications complied with from new schools, 142—total. 7
28 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT TO THE AGRICULTURAL INTEREST OF ENGLAND AND IRELAND. By the sth section of the 3d and 4th Wm. IV.,

IMPORTANT TO THE AGRICULTURAL INTEREST OF ENGLAND AND IRELAND. By the sth section of the 3d and 4th Wm. IV.,

ch. 23 —Insurances upon agricultural produce, farming stock, and implements of husbandry, are totally exempted from the payment of any stamp duty whatever. This is not. we believe, generally known to the farmers in Ireland ; otherwise, we have little hesitation in asserting that
28 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland