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PUBLIC OCCURRENCES.

PUBLIC OCCURRENCES.

Saiktfield—A sermon preached by the Rev. Walter Moffat, the Saintfield Academy, Sunday, the instant, from Deuteronomy, xxxii., and part of the verses. The text was beautifully explained, and the duty of parents attending, particularly, to the education of their children, powerfu
30 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Wew French Plums, &c.

Wew French Plums, &c.

French Plums, &c. JOHN CRAMSIE hat received.from BonpEAPX.per Steamer Lee,ls. an Assortment of NEW PLUMS, of very fine quality, packed in Quarter Boxes, Eighth Boxes. Whole and Half Cartons and Baskets : UK HAS LANDED FROM LONDON, Pine* of CA PR MA DEIRA WINE, which are offered l
30 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MANUFACTURERS OT THE

MANUFACTURERS OT THE

& WXIrKS, JDarfford, dwnpoweler, HA VTN G discovered that large quantities of Spvrinue Powder have been Sold theirs, in Cannisters and Parcels, with their Label and Seal attached to them, have found it necessary to take proceedings at law to put stop such practices. In order to
30 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MAGAZINE DES MODES

MAGAZINE DES MODES

AND Parisian Corset Depot. MRS. KEITH respectfully announce, her re. turn from Londov. with a firsthand French Milliner, from the houae of Monsieur Hehiault; and, having only been one month London, consctinently has with her the NEWEST FASHIONS for the present Season. Mrs. K. al
30 September 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TEtISTEIS

TEtISTEIS

Right Hon. Earl Fohtescuc, Lord Lieutenant Devon. Right Hon. Earl MoaLav, Right Hon. Lord Ctirroan, Sir Thomas Uvke AclaKu, Bart.. SI.P. Edmund Poi.Lr.xraN Bastard, Esq. Sam. kliiroaD, Brighton, Esq. Lira DerAaTMXNT is conducted oo the Equitable principle of allowing tIKMe Insur
30 September 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
; 1*7.. alto.f p.r lb, I Jf per cent 10 3 per cwt. 010 0 per oad.

; 1*7.. alto.f p.r lb, I Jf per cent 10 3 per cwt. 010 0 per oad.

30 September 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPROVEMENTS IN CANADA.

IMPROVEMENTS IN CANADA.

IMPROVEMENTS CANADA. The Receiver-General of Upper Canada is now in Eirrhad for the purpose raiding a loan, the proceeds of which to applied the improvement of the River St. rendering it navigable for vessels of tons burden, from Montreal to Lake Ontario. understand that the amou
30 September 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WESTPORT PETIT SESSIONS,

WESTPORT PETIT SESSIONS,

THURSDAY, 26, 1833. Magistrates present—Sir Samuel O’Malley; Geo. Clendmmg, Charlea Higgins, Fitzgerald Higgins. G. M. Higgins, Toliiaa Bourke, James Cuife, ami J. C. Garvey, Esqrs. Fitzgerald Higgins, Esq. in the Chair. assault. James M’Samara a. Tbady Naughten, Jas. Kerrigan,
30 September 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
DREADFUL CO.VC.t ACCIDENT

DREADFUL CO.VC.t ACCIDENT

Tile Liverpool Express coacli its journey to London on Saturday, the 14th instant, was upset about two o’clock in the afternoon, within three quarters of a milo of Dunstable. Bedfordshire, in ascending and near the foot of Chalkhill, having eight out and three inside passengers,
30 September 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
the Mutter of "] lf* Thomas Knox Hannyagton, I erf-said' Bankrupt «ro Bankrupt. | desired take Notice', that ■ii ■

the Mutter of "] lf* Thomas Knox Hannyagton, I erf-said' Bankrupt «ro Bankrupt. | desired take Notice', that ■ii ■

.ii »■ a dividend of 4s. 6d. the pound has been ordered by cue Commissioners and all persons entitled to such dividend are directed to payment at the office of Samuel Knox, Commission, No. 4, Blessington-street, Dublin, afW the 12th day of October next. Any person executor or a
30 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland