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Hrmna and shops (as the rer. gentlewim Has it) in tw tev. gedßewto’i course from 12, Ellii'squj to St. Paul's Church, shanM rfao bestir tbesnsehes to biTeatigate the the lee. gtnilt nun's charge, and of course will lie prepared to autoin basing sttsehrd b« aosac to it in the paM
01 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MERCANTILE SALE. _ _ , » AUCTION OP lOOA JOHN ~OyEILL SELL BY AUCTION, THPMdat NEXT, 7tb Fnmk- , OSc«,

MERCANTILE SALE. _ _ , » AUCTION OP lOOA JOHN ~OyEILL SELL BY AUCTION, THPMdat NEXT, 7tb Fnmk- , OSc«,

ConuoerrUl Buildiop, ONE o'Oock, Tierc **} sugar. / R. FRANKLIN,' Broker. wants. WANTED, Young Mu. perfectly condnct (1 maMMiMwit of » / If None other need apply. Socurity will be raquind. / Addien M. J., the Office of tin* Paper, alating bar employed, with name* of auretiea. TX
01 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH TEMPORALITIES BILL.

THE CHURCH TEMPORALITIES BILL.

A reverend friend has, for the information of the dergj generally, supplied us with the following extracts from a letter which be received yesterday, or the day next before, from Mr. Erck, one of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners. Amongst other matters we stated that no answers h
01 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE O’CONNELL TRIBUTE.

THE O’CONNELL TRIBUTE.

The honest, uncompromising patriots of Enhiscortby, Dow the principal hold ol independence in this county, are active preparation for the collection of tbo national debt to Daniel O'Connell; and our accounts concur in representing the ardor of all classes to manifest their undim
01 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WESTPORT PETIT SESSIONS—FRIDAY, OCT. 25.

WESTPORT PETIT SESSIONS—FRIDAY, OCT. 25.

?? PETIT SESSIONS-F4LrD AY, O P4 SC. (Adjourned from Thqrsday.) m- Magistrates ?? Clendining, FjitzgeraI4. gig- ri gins, and Mlathias Mardoiynell,- Esrs HOUSE H411EAlijliSq 4ND R0O551i4Y. 0. Huigh and Patt M'Cullogh~were placed at the bar, in otis. hetody of the police, eb~arged
01 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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WATERFORD AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR OCTOBER.

WATERFORD AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR OCTOBER.

WATERRORD AGRICULTURAL IEPORT FPRm' - : OTOB . | as E&Ueacling -through. the C'oagies of, Woterford, Tipperar~', Oil Kilhenneg d..WarOi *At this period-anpproaehiug thxe dreary confines of win- he ter, there is but little'that claims .the notice of the agriculta- :ed ral journali
01 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THEAT:RE ROY AL Last Week but one of the engagement of Mr. WALLA T HIS PRESENT FR4DAY, Novemberltheir a- 1 ties' Servants will 'perform] THE WARDEN OF GAL WAY. 'Written by the Rev. Edward Groves. 'Walter Lynch, Mr Caleraft; Roderick Lynch, MrWallack; Connor, Air Pritchard; Domini
01 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAPTAIN ROSS.

CAPTAIN ROSS.

C A -P-AIN R - As everycircumstance relating to this enterprising officer must prove interesting to the public, at a time when the providential preservation of himself and his brave companions pois the theme of genser sation, we have extracted the following notices from cn Marsh
01 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AFFRAY AT SANDHURST.

AFFRAY AT SANDHURST.

AFFRAY AT SANDHURST, An account ha\'ing recently been published, charging the young genitlemen at Sandaurst College with having stopped ithe Southampton coach, and assaulted the passengers, by hrowing stones at them, Sir Charles Paget has thought it right to draw up the following
01 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1833.

DUBLIN: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1833.

Irtit 4vrtinant'0 vourtatL I D BLIN: FRIDAY, NO VEMBER 1, l I33. The intelligence from Lisbon proves to be substantially correct. Don Miguel's army has been harassed and routed during the whole of its retreat to Santarem by the Queen's forces. He lost 1000 men on the two first da
01 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland