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We have letters and papers from Lisbon to the 10th, and from Oporto to the 1-lth. The war has not

We have letters and papers from Lisbon to the 10th, and from Oporto to the 1-lth. The war has not

during the last fortnight taken any turn advantageous to either side. The forces of Miguel hold Santarem and all Portugal behind it.— Don Pedro has the coast and some twenty miles of the interior, and neither party seems strong enough, even if the season was favourable for opera
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
LETTER FROM CAPTAIN IIIRT TO ADMIRAL NAPIER.

LETTER FROM CAPTAIN IIIRT TO ADMIRAL NAPIER.

Lord—l Ik'jJ inform you that the enemy attacked our position at the morninz of the instant, in three columns, consisting of infantry and cavalry, to the number of under the command of General I.cmos. The English and Portuguese marines under my command were stationed in front of
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TURKEY.

TURKEY.

Private letters from Constantinople assure that the I'.nglish and French Ambassadors, after vain remonstrances, have at last adopted enerKctie measures with respect to Russia and Turkey. The combined fleets, under the instructions of Lord Ponsonhy and Admiral Roussin, have.it is
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
“ F.ver ending, still beginning

“ F.ver ending, still beginning

F.ver ending, still beginning and so will it continue as long as the fatal principle of governing Ireland as to conciliate the wretched rabble of Papists there acted upon. Mr. O’Connell is perfectly right. What was granted in 1778 was only an instalment—what was granted in 1782 w
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
desponding, and feared (hat was destined be separated from his felt villi Racine’s Briltnnicu*, that tonjours qmijuc craiutr accvmpagnrl 'amour;

desponding, and feared (hat was destined be separated from his felt villi Racine’s Briltnnicu*, that tonjours qmijuc craiutr accvmpagnrl 'amour;

the soldier’s sad forebodings were realised j orders arrived for the instant removal of the regiment to the East Indies! and the young husband was hurried away, scarcely permitted to take a parting kiss from his blooming and beautiful bride. He embarked Biistol; Eliza with a hea
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE EDUCATION BOARD.

THE EDUCATION BOARD.

fact not generally known, that the tlinner of which Mr. O’Connell lately partook at Youghal was given in the National School roovi! ot that town, which were crowded on the occasion the scum of the neighbourhood. Previous to the Hoard of F.ducation taking the Schools under its wi
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ANDREW A. WATT IS LANDING FROM THE SALLY, FROM BENECARLO, 34 Pipes and 60 Hhdt. of full-bodied, high-flavoured. . .

ANDREW A. WATT IS LANDING FROM THE SALLY, FROM BENECARLO, 34 Pipes and 60 Hhdt. of full-bodied, high-flavoured. . .

Benecarln fVine ; J S AMD SHOBILY EXPECTS, PER THE KCLIPSB, • From London, 5 Pipes and IS Hhds, of Red and While Cape Madeira ; PEE THE BRAMIN, FROM OPORTO, 16 Pipes of superior PORT WINE; Which, with a laige stock of fine OLD WINES in and Dottle, he will dispose of on moderate
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
NO FLATTERY.

NO FLATTERY.

were much pleased by tlie manly, candid, and straightforward (I!!!) manner in which Sir Robert Bateson bore testimony zeal, ami talent hi* Himnumhle ami (tnlinut t'oilrttgvf (t!} in the proceedings of the late Committee, observing, that, bad Captain Jones not made himself so wel
16 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
WANTS A SITUATION, LANDSTE WA RD, AYOITNO MAN who received his Education at TEMPLEMOYLE AGRICULTURAL SEMINARY, who will be from

WANTS A SITUATION, LANDSTE WA RD, AYOITNO MAN who received his Education at TEMPLEMOYLE AGRICULTURAL SEMINARY, who will be from

his present situation in December, and can produce unquestionable testimonials as to character and ability. Any communications (post-paid) addressed A. 8., at the Office of this Paper, will be promptly attended to. {Nut to be inserted again.)
02 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
l?uliliosrti, or MODERN GEOGRAPHY; CONSISTING Of TiIIRT Y HAPS, NEATLT BNGRXVBO FROM NEW DRAWINGS, Containing all llte latest discoveries. And

l?uliliosrti, or MODERN GEOGRAPHY; CONSISTING Of TiIIRT Y HAPS, NEATLT BNGRXVBO FROM NEW DRAWINGS, Containing all llte latest discoveries. And

embodying in each Map a great variety of Statistical and other details. ROBBRT BCCfiAtfAIT, Teacher of Mathematics, Geography, fc, SECOND EDITION. Adam & Charles Blackt, Edinburgh ; Simpkin & Marshall, London ; and Sold by Mr. W. Campbell, Derry.
02 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland