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I F ?? b~ __ _s ioe f AUCTION'S / Furniture, Library, Shelving and Gothic Book ses; 1oflCe Desks and Countets; Iron Safe; Shop Drawers, Conters and Fixtures; large Pier Glasses; 500 Yards rinted, Calicoes and Muslins; a Quantity of Cork Glass, chly cat; Ceilingl Lamp; Mahogany Fo
23 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAIN MERCHANTS.

GRAIN MERCHANTS.

TO DISTILLERS, MILLERS, AND A RESPECTABLE PERSON, who has had many years’experience in the purchase of WHEAT and BARLEY, at a convenient Shipping Port in the County Down, where he has Storage and good Kilns. WANTS COMjfI&SION for the PURCHASE of fi Jfi Tjrfm i will be found mode
23 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NORTHERN WHIG.

THE NORTHERN WHIG.

thirty or forty years by a drought, intense, ihnl the lowost plain* ore parched, the lakes dried up, and the chie rivers and some of them are larirc ones— ‘actually stop their course, and trees rise where waters ran. The chief productions this splendid mainland, are wool, grain,
23 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Barley. Oats. Oatmeal.

Barley. Oats. Oatmeal.

Red Wheat, ». d. 1. rf, l«!l O—ll a PCI* S— ft 8 0 Sep. 21. IKII mu mri > d a d. ,4, a. s. 0- alO 10 o—ll 3—7 «l «—g 9 II ft—|g g Butter. Bacon. Dried Kami I MM, Bnrk, . -1 t*brl. *•. * d. 1. d. t. d. » a. A d. 79 . *♦ ?iS * « «; ® 7« n- n-36 g ££s "I Altl ij Ugh the is n <>t ve
23 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NATIONAL EDUCATION.

NATIONAL EDUCATION.

BROWN-STREET SCHOOL, BELFAST. —On Tuesday last the adjourned meeting of the subscribers this school t place in the School-room, when a lengthened discussion took'place. "James Blair, Esq., of Wheatfield, presided. A letter was read the Chairman from the Rev. Dr. Hanna, which he
23 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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23 September 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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23 September 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONGRESS.

THE CONGRESS.

The r, rtr.an pepi t» confirm the opinion that the King of Prussia will not ] resent the royal confercnec of Munrhen-Ora!i; and from the tenor of advices appears that the rumors of the warlike objects of this meeting were unfounded. The King of Prussia and the Emperor of Austria
23 September 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JUDGE BLACKBURNE.

JUDGE BLACKBURNE.

The president of the Supreme Court in the Mauritius is, it appears, a stout supporter of popular privileges, in opposition to the Attorney-General, Mr. Jeremie. The name of this upright judge is Blackburne. Names sometimes suggest extreme contrarieties. We point attention an int
23 September 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOP INTELLIGENCE.

HOP INTELLIGENCE.

Maidetone picking has now generally mcnccd, and the correct report is, that the pii ' the ground 100 fast, and that the crop by „o their expecUtiutis. The late storms have toatei iallv a, J| the sample, well as reduced the quantity. Well ros hops, no doubt, will command high pri
23 September 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland