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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT,

PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT,

We understand that at thccourt held this day at St. James’s, parliament was prorogued from Thursday, the 31st inst., Thursday , the 12th of December. —Sun of II ednesd.iy. On Thursday night three bullocks and a cow were stolen from , field Loudon-bridge. They were the property o
19 October 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OP IRELAND—WAR—REPEAL.

STATE OP IRELAND—WAR—REPEAL.

The .prospect*of war, which now evidently approaches, gives additional urgency to considerations connected with the state of Ireland, and ought to excite stimulated exertions in the present government to repair the blunders of the past We shall say no more at present than this—t
19 October 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ii S*A r – •» •>.| TKATmRT OPFEVfArf COjnnCTS ON THE IS PASSAGE TO SOJANY BAY. .(rMMi THE TU*£».) >

ii S*A r – •» •>.| TKATmRT OPFEVfArf COjnnCTS ON THE IS PASSAGE TO SOJANY BAY. .(rMMi THE TU*£».) >

r - •» •>.| THE PASSAGE TO SOJANY BAY. .(rMMi THE TU*£».) > r [Collected from the mouth Mm Owen, boo"wain of the o -e co-Tict *«••. wrecked off Boulogne, Aug. 31, 1833, and confirmed by John Richard Rice, seaman of the feme.] ■ WCTe I®® female prisoners board the vessel: 12 ° . w
19 October 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAPTAIN BACK.

CAPTAIN BACK.

The following letter has been received from Captain Back, being the first since he left Montreal. A* the safety of Captain Ross is now ascertained beyond doubt, the sooner Captain Back returns the better Norway-house, Jack River, June 19, 1533. Mr okaX M—l wrote to you lad, I th
19 October 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INDIAN JUGGLERY.

INDIAN JUGGLERY.

In the Oriental Annual, or Scenes in India, the Rcv< Robt. Gaunter gives the follow ing account one of those bewildering bits of jugglery, for which the Indians ore famous above every other notion. The famous plauet-likc playing of balls about a man’s head seems mere trilling—co
19 October 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON—OCTOBER R

LONDON—OCTOBER R

LONDON—OCTOBER Uorr.RNMENT Parochial A.>nuit» Socirtt.— Ttierolei of r tocioiv in Si. Marifttrel’*, Wesliiiintter, un<(«r the profi>iant of tlic Uite slat-8 VV. 4. o. 14, for aiinuitio» for life or term of years uot exceeding in eilber case per —the of th« money paid returnatk im
19 October 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
‘ From tbe shelf the precious diamond stole

‘ From tbe shelf the precious diamond stole

From shelf the precious diamond stole Aud put it in hit pocket!’ Barnard laughed j and when he laughs—he laughs. Tl ere is nothing that I hate I to hear a common place set up against lecliug truth and ure,— Hutlitt. ! is there not some Patriot, in whose power That best that God l
19 October 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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19 October 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
The Marquis Anolesev’s Propbrtx.— London contemporary states, that Mr. J. Dennison, M-P., the brother the Marchioness nyngham, has purchased the

The Marquis Anolesev’s Propbrtx.— London contemporary states, that Mr. J. Dennison, M-P., the brother the Marchioness nyngham, has purchased the

whole of the Marquis of Anglesey’s Dorsetshire property, amounting to ,£9,000 per annum. Alarming Rencontre the Volunteers and Regular army.— Lieut. Doyne, of the second regiment of horse, marching to relieve the guards Dublin Castle, at the head of the cavalry, came accidentall
19 October 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
and has been acting as Chamberlain for upwards of four years was never form diy elected hut has heem recognised

and has been acting as Chamberlain for upwards of four years was never form diy elected hut has heem recognised

the mayor. Witnt»s bus in possession of the leases before the lutecium: berkin (lied, for several years. Witness was age Mr. Bug veil, aud believes the corporation leas.-s were leit in bis office place of security. Wit; ness was not acting for Hie cirporaticn until IUo heath the
19 October 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland