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THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Capt. Fane, 4th Dragoon Guards, was recently appointed aid-de-camp to the Commander of the Forces in Ireland: The following Oflicers of the 46th regiment, returned from India, will retire upon half ?? Breiner, Lyster, Webster, and Wood, and Assisrarir-Sugeon Lyster. Capt. Griffi
27 September 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SYNOD OF ULSTER—NATIONAL EDUCATION.

SYNOD OF ULSTER—NATIONAL EDUCATION.

SYNOD OF ULSTER-NATIONAL - EDUCATION. * WE predicted that the Board of National Education would sanction the resolutions of the Synod of Ulster, and our predietion has been fulfilled. A circular has been sent to each of the Ministers of the Synod, containing the fol- lowing extra
27 September 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEW LORD LIEUTENANT.

THE NEW LORD LIEUTENANT.

Our " mad wag" of a Special haa drawn heavily our apace today bla proeeaaiona aud ode that cannot devote space serious review of that which actually did take place the occasion Lord Wuunn'a arrival. Suffice it to say that no language in writing, no caricature in drawing, can giv
27 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL “COMMISSION IN LIMCRICK,

ROYAL “COMMISSION IN LIMCRICK,

ROYAL “COMM I LIMCRICK, This long and anxiously looked for Commission opened at the City Court-House at ten o’eli ck. a.m., yesterday, the Commissioners, Metsis. Brady and Corballis, The Chamherl tin, Alderman I). F. G, the ('ity Treasurer, G. H. Fiixgcrald, Ksq., and the Sheriff
27 September 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
MU. MAT o’IiOKSFLI..

MU. MAT o’IiOKSFLI..

I town o’ t‘«L‘ Knni« four have the custotly the livlaw corporal ion !n«*jk, ami tin? parchment lolls; I have otltcf hooks; I believe am* the iks are iny father’s possession, who the olHce hefitre his is John Donnell ; 1 a; p'ied to him ilay fi*r them, a«:il tliil not tret them
27 September 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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SOCIETY. MAN A CHARLES POLI G ERS: , E*q. Cmairmak. Charle* Boulton, E«kj. Fell* E«j. Hn. P. Pleydell M.P. Cht>uSb«wLefevre, Etq»fM.P» William Burnic, Esq. Hoo. Hugh Lindaay. James Campbell* jun., EUq. Charles Litlledale* Eaq. John Cockerell, Esq. Henry Liuledale* E»^. Thomas Dnr
27 September 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Utlinr® Contm

Utlinr® Contm

N° 2176. IREFUL HINTS THK SHEDDING OF GRAIN AND OTHER FARMING MATTERS. To the Editor of THE HE WRY TELEGRAPH. —la cons*>qu-nce of the great shake of the crops, during* the late storms in this Northern CuAtry, plain working firmer 1 am led make the remarks that is to say,—all such
27 September 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
EXTRACT OF A LETTER FROM ATHLONE.

EXTRACT OF A LETTER FROM ATHLONE.

EXTRACT A LETTER FROM ATHLONE. “ As investigation was held here oa Wednesday, before James Drought, Esq. Surveyor, General Post- Office Dublin, to inquire into several charges prefered against the Post master of this town for misconduct in 1.1. nfflrial capacity. There wore sever
27 September 1833 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, 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