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TRINITY COLLEGE ADDRESS.

TRINITY COLLEGE ADDRESS.

About half an hour after the Corporation had retired, the Provost, several of the Fellows, Scholars,and Students Triuily College, numbering together about 130, arrived at the Castle, ami proceeded in like manner. The Provost read the Address, which was, according to custom, T^tm
19 October 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
“ BRITISH LEAF” FOR TEA-

“ BRITISH LEAF” FOR TEA-

BRITISH LEAF” FOR TEA- A rurioiis case has been for some time pending in the Lord Mayot'g Court, London.— Eleven thousand pounds’ weight of British Leaf’’ consisting elm, slow, poplar, willow, and rose leaves, and manufactured to answer as a beverage instead of tea, was seized by
19 October 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
BEO to inform tlieir Priendi'and tha Public, Ihrjr liar® receired thrir Winter Assortment of Goods, ronsistimr of Furs,- French and

BEO to inform tlieir Priendi'and tha Public, Ihrjr liar® receired thrir Winter Assortment of Goods, ronsistimr of Furs,- French and

Krilish Osslimeres, 9stony Cloth, Laces, Veleet, Si<ks, Cloaks, Ve'rat, Tuscan and I’lush Ilonnets,|dit., which they offer for sal® oioderntc terms. Clonmel, October IBth, 1833.
19 October 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE VICTIMS OF TYRANNY.

THE VICTIMS OF TYRANNY.

•'(F»pM THE TKIEB.) We refer with concern, but with more indignation, the narrative of fresh act of mean' servility to foreign despotism die part of Louis Philip, reigning King of the French- 11, the case of Buonarroti, Marquis of Can ossa, last surviving descendant of the immor
21 October 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TlfE TIMBER DUTIES.

TlfE TIMBER DUTIES.

It has been at various limes suggested, that, as the present slate of the timber duties—under which a high tax is imposed on timber imported from Norway and the Baltic, as compared with that from our North American colonies—is defended on the ground of the benefit to the shipown
21 October 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARCTIC EXPEDITION—RETURN of CAPT. i;

ARCTIC EXPEDITION—RETURN of CAPT. i;

Monday morningthe very pr&tifying ir/elli.''- . i tiiis city, that Captain Ross and his crew—with the of three men—had survived the perils of their exploratory voyage in the arctic seas, and were safe board the Isabella, of Hull, Captain Humphreys, on their return home. The news
21 October 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE—Friday.

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE—Friday.

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE— Friday. There was rather more inquiry for tine samples of wheat this morning, and Monday's currency was fully supported. There were several buyers of barley from Herefordshire, and malting qualities were readily disposed of at an advance of Is. per qr. Oats,
21 October 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY. PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court made in cause of Hencage against Lord Grave ditars of the

CHANCERY. PURSUANT to a Decree of the High Court made in cause of Hencage against Lord Grave ditars of the

Right Hon. Thomas North, Lord died in the mouth of February, 1830, are, omefate the 2d day of November, 1833, come in and provorthoir Debts, before Sir Giffin Wilson, one of the Masters of the said Court, his Chambers at Southampton Buildings, Chancery-lane, London, or in defaul
21 October 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
59 17 II

59 17 II

Balance in hand, 6th Sept., 10 By the Presidents' Reports, it appeared that TWO THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED and FIFTY-FIVE Sick and Indigent Room-keepers were relieved during tlio month of September (four weeks). D. J. DICKENSON, High Sheriff, Chairman. JOHN O’GALLAGHER, Secretary. Th
21 October 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TROOPS FOR THE WEST INDIES.

TROOPS FOR THE WEST INDIES.

A m«rnin<r paper states, it is reported at the United Sen Ice Clubs, that additional troops arc to be sent to the West Indies. Four regiments have for some time been assembled at Cork, one of which for Malta, another for the lonian Isles, and the remaining two for the West Indie
21 October 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland