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TRIAL OF RICHARD BARRETT, PROPRIETOR OP THE PILOT. COURT OF KINO'S BENOH—WSDOTSDAY. Tlie following is the SOUCITOH-GKNISAL'S reply to Mr.

TRIAL OF RICHARD BARRETT, PROPRIETOR OP THE PILOT. COURT OF KINO'S BENOH—WSDOTSDAY. Tlie following is the SOUCITOH-GKNISAL'S reply to Mr.

O'CONNBLL : • The SOLICITOR GENERAL rose tod said—My Lords tod Gentlemen of the Jury, you had yesterday the plain and honest statement of my right boa. friend the Attorney* General, who, I am sorry to bare it to inform yon, Is now chained his bed by sudden attack of sicknes. Yon
29 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
.£ *. A £ d. 2 3 « .1 11 9 2 13 3 j 2 t 2 0 3 8 • f' 17 1J 3 1* . ' 3 7 9

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.£ *. £ d. « .1 11 9 2 3 j 2 3 1J 1* . ' 7 20 30 Notice their The Director! Hkawfee offer to ••••»»" ASCENDING SCALE, which allowa Atlanta eoatraet, the time taking out their Polldet, mode ef paying their Premium# In a wity extremely tolled to their circumataocea and convenience.
25 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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25 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICK FIVE PKNCK. CHANCERV, T«xM »m! Others, 1 pORSUANT to tbc against l Decree made IMB CWeh»ter »n(l Others, Canw,

PRICK FIVE PKNCK. CHANCERV, T«xM »m! Others, 1 pORSUANT to tbc against l Decree made IMB CWeh»ter »n(l Others, Canw,

hearing date the Stk * 1 ■ day of Idly, 1830,1 will, Ow THURSDAY, the 21st day of NOVEMBER next, One o'Ctoclt in the Afternoon, my Chambers the lons'- quay, Dublin, set up and sell, public caat. the highest and best bidder, all that the Chattel Interest the Plaintiffs and Defend
04 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KING'S COUNTY.

KING'S COUNTY.

Alexander Montgomery,"! the Plaintiff; Decree made these John Hall, and others, Causes, bearing date the Defendants. ,28th, day of February, 1831, ■ Land to the. Order in said Same, [Pauses, bearing date the Plaintiff; . day of Ap(U last, Elisabeth Briscoe, will, WEDNESDAY, the
04 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POTTEEN WHISKEY.

POTTEEN WHISKEY.

AT the late Sale HI the Excise Stores, Broadstreet, of Whiskey, seized in the North of Ireland, and transmitted to London, C. DONOVAN and CO., WINE AND SPIRIT.MERCHANTS, 6, HOWARD-STREET, NORFOLE-STREET, Were the largest buyers of the finest parcels. CcnlfcmA above to Visit Lond
20 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAMPAIGN.

CAMPAIGN.

We have pretty smart work of now—we of the • position press—having two enemies our frontOn the right baud, the King's Lieutenant attacking the Protestant Magistracy—on the left the Pope's Vicegerent as-6ailing the Protestant Clergy. Whether the adverse parties are really two— an
20 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAGISTRACY.

THE MAGISTRACY.

Mr. LITTLETOK has bad the singular bad taste, and extreme folly, to boast—and that, too, to one not likely to keep the saccet—that he, in bis capacity of Governor of ibis country, sees no difference between aSoothernDemagogue and Northern Magistrate;—this spire observation havin
20 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPURTING.

SPURTING.

AAHBOCBNE GARRISON RACKS.—Mr. Evans's ch. h. Walton, rode by Captain Beville, Dragoon Guards, won the Garrison Whip, on Saturday, Ashbourne, beating Captain Seymour's br. b., rode by Lieut. Oglander; Captain Blackford's b. h. rode by owner; andCapt. Blackwood's br. b. Silvertaii
20 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY KILDARE.—TO BE LET, terms may be agreed on, the capita] Familyidanv House and Offices of STONEBROOK, withrtany quantity of

COUNTY KILDARE.—TO BE LET, terms may be agreed on, the capita] Familyidanv House and Offices of STONEBROOK, withrtany quantity of

Land from 50 to 500 Acres. The Hoo£fs perfect order, and fully Furnished. The Furniture may be taken at a valuation. Stonehrook one mile from Ballymore, three miles from Kilcnllen, and four from Naas, iu the very centre of the Kildare Fox Hunting Country. Proposals to be made to
18 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland