Promotions and Appointments —Captain Bernard Yeoman to the Andromache. Mr. King, master of the Wasp, is in- Talided ; Mr. Jackson appointed succeed him. Lieutenants Thomas Mitchell (b) Maxwell Arrlndel, Henry Kel- lett, Mr. John Sheppard, master. Dr, Jas. Brown, surgeon. Mr. Joh
exists at all generally, or any suoh extent as to giro the least real force to the old Jamaica Man's reverie*. The negroes, generally, know as well any other men, that poor man must labour, or suffer, and must keep the peace, or be punished and there is not body of people in the
County and City of Dublin Cholera Orphan Society to apneal to a benevolent Public on their behalf. The liberal contributions those, who, aware of this Institution, have already subscribed, has enabled its Founders to rescue from entire destitution about One Hundred and Eighty Ch
30 September 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
I I The Register of Friday contains a long article on this sub- t ject, in which it charges this Journal with lending itself to s the fabrication of newspaper returns, The following docu-h ment will easily account for the feeling which dictated that I accusation ; and all circum
30 September 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On TUESDAY, the Ist day of October, next, at the hour ONE o'cock. Afternoon, at DENVIR'S JNN t in the. Town of DOWNPA TRICK. FARM of LAND, sirunfe Saltqgartfr, -1- in the Barony of Lecai.k. within half-a-mile of the Town of Downpatrick, containing 26a. 3r.
Borbinket 18*29, the widest machine known, was a 12 quarter, that is, capable of making: a piece of net three yards wide. Since that lime they have progressively enlarged, and I saw one man at work, on stupendous hand machine, quarters, or five yards wide. When it remembered tha