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THli DUBLIN OBSERVER.

THli DUBLIN OBSERVER.

attracted the greatest curiosity, was a packet directed for my friend the R v. ; on retiring to our apartment, for the purpose of perusing its contents, we found it contained the autograph coufession of a parricide !! My friend gazed at me for some moments in silence, for the st
28 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SAM SPiUfSAIL.

SAM SPiUfSAIL.

Mayhap you didn’t know Sam, one of the worthiest tars that ever handled a marlin-spike, or took his trick at the helm. Many's the time we have spun our yarns together, shared each other’s ’bacca, fought at the same gun ; and tell me what can bind the ties of kindred stronger ?”
28 September 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

Red Wheat, from la l|d <o la per stone; Miltcn’ ■aiplea la Bfd ; While, la 3}d la. 3d perdiito; Millets* samplea la 3jd; New Oats, to Bd, and broker*** Barlej, Dd to 9jd. perstone. Ropeseed, 30a. Od. per barrel i' Oatmeal, 10a fid per cwl.; Potatoes, 3d .per atone; Mutton, hjd.l
28 September 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
To Stone Cutters, Founders, kc. A NEW PORTICO FOR ST. ANNE’S CHURCH. PROPOSALS will be received until Sth October for

To Stone Cutters, Founders, kc. A NEW PORTICO FOR ST. ANNE’S CHURCH. PROPOSALS will be received until Sth October for

the erection of PORTICO to St. ANNE’S CHURCH, agreeable Plan be seen at the Office of Mr. ROBERT 4 Chichester Qua?, from 10 till 12 o’clock eaclnfay./ Security will be required. Belfast, 25th Sept 1833. (927
25 September 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST.

BELFAST.

THE PROPRIETOR begs leave to return his sincere thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, and his Friends at large,for the very liberal support which he has received since the opening of the above Establish men t in 1829. —He trusts that bis anxious endeavours keep up, as usual, a regular
25 September 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHOP TO CJ3T. THAT Old Established SHOP, in the South-East Corner of BRIDGE-STREET, long occupied by the late Wh. Muleea,

SHOP TO CJ3T. THAT Old Established SHOP, in the South-East Corner of BRIDGE-STREET, long occupied by the late Wh. Muleea,

in the Woollen-drapery Busineai, and latterly in poseenion of the lata Templeton Robison, in the same line, will be LET fcpm the fint at November nest. There is not any situatidh in Belfast better adapted for a ReUil Business, as one in the central part of High-street, and the o
25 September 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOSS OF THE AMPHITRITE. OFFICIAL REPORT.

LOSS OF THE AMPHITRITE. OFFICIAL REPORT.

Royal Hotel, Boulogne, 11th Sept. 1833. Sir,—ln obedience the commands of my Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, I bare made tha most minute iuTestlgatioD into the eircumstanceo relating to the melancholy wreck of the Amphilrlte; and various injurious mis-otetamente hove gone
23 September 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF ANTRIM.

COUNTY OF ANTRIM.

Cotton Mills and Lands for Sale. In the matter of O be SOLD by PRIJOHN BELL 4* CO. f X VATE CONTRACT, Bankrupts, f All the Bankrupts’ ESTATE, 3 RIGHT, TITLE, and INTEREST in and to the following MILLS, LANDS, and PREMISESf:— No. I.—All those extensive COTTON MILLS and CONCERNS,
23 September 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEEKLY COMMUNICATION

WEEKLY COMMUNICATION

WITH London, Plymouth, Liverpool, and Dublin, BY FIRST-RATE S' SYHE intended Days of Departure are as follow: Jl for PLYMOUTH AND LONDON, iCalling at KINGSTOWN,) THE « Royal Tar, William Fawcett, City of Londonderry Shannon, and Liverpool. On FRIDAY, the 4tb October, at ONE o'Cl
28 September 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THOMASTOWN FAIR.

THOMASTOWN FAIR.

Oil Iftvl Tlmrsday a fair wa* <b> , i town. Ahbougb the day favourable the fair was dull and badly intended by buyer*. Stork of every description was in bad demand, l-ambs from 235. according lo quality. Light Pigs, about were in very good demand, but at an extremely low piice,
25 September 1833 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland