Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 9,940 articles

MAZIT.STXIZiET, CASBXSZ..

MAZIT.STXIZiET, CASBXSZ..

ffis Stock coneiats Bine, Black, and Medler Cloths, of every ahade and quality: Silk and Fancy Waistcoatinira • Bloom and Blossom Nap*, Coatings; CnrhoKerseyt ami Nap*; Cords, Peter, shams. Blue Pilot Cloths, Linens, Twilled and Plain Stuffs, Baragons, Silk Handkerchiefs and Tti
23 November 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
LAMBETH STREET POLICE

LAMBETH STREET POLICE

HromninßiA iriunahv.— Tuesday evening ,’olin Anderson, a chimney sweeper, was brought before the sitting Magistrate police; man, who charged him with being found drunk in the street. The prisoner, who at the time had not recovered from the effects the gin, was about to offer som
30 November 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
ANAGRAM

ANAGRAM

Jen eiprl/ —l'i-oui • boy to parent, riraii \r»i in pr. painting, \'r. Eu.var.i H«»c« ; Dor* j! no* yon »ui»t.s, Ti‘»t the Edward 'Mini •rmniff.! ihou'il be Simply— '* tha d'av.' Tlie enrlien of P-mr Scboo*, the receipt of Tliirty f (■|oilu«, wiili Thit'y Sliirti, from irle* Uis
09 November 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
To t.’ie Editor of Stewart's Despatch

To t.’ie Editor of Stewart's Despatch

I was lliis morning very comfortably enjoying mv and illuming per own fireside,dreaming more the quiddities law, and its shark-like myrmidons, than of his sacred majesty of Tiinhucioo, —when exceedingly vulgar, sinistertjused, individual introduced himself sans cerfnoaie, and wi
09 November 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Kll-KFN.W MAIIKF.TS—N r, S

Kll-KFN.W MAIIKF.TS—N r, S

Kll-KFN.W MAIIKF.TS—N r, Butter 00s. to OOa. per curt. ; wheat 23b. 24a. Gd. per bnrrel; barley 10s. to 11 h.Gd. per ditto ; Gd. to 10a. per ditto, baron oiga to 2,"*. per cwt.
09 November 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
!iv (■flii , pr»>r jrrcit skill ami nrpnrinnm, »)>|n> tiicil to rfntv : oflimr wlio, in iilinnnt nil roimtiic* nicffpt

!iv (■flii , pr»>r jrrcit skill ami nrpnrinnm, »)>|n> tiicil to rfntv : oflimr wlio, in iilinnnt nil roimtiic* nicffpt

thi«.!i« inmnlier of »lie Calii’iet, miller ilie tile Minister Jmtic".- in giretlin people ilie neoessaryiecnriiy against nppointn ent», [the Parliainriit, even if Parliameiil were otlmr Ilian i» never ron'il lie excrleil but in extreme eases,) the loenl onifbt to removable by
09 November 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDOX—O.TOBER >0

LONDOX—O.TOBER >0

Umtursitt i;eiiileinaii wlioi'u »ista lie conceulinent of liia name, pre -ented yrslertliiy to this institution, the hand* of Aletira. I’resrott. Grotc, ! Co., at; exchequer bill for .£l,OOO ; he desired that the donation might he re* corded made l»y a A Patriot." It is a noble d
06 November 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Mich. Mvrpht, Esq., Ballymore, the Chat r In inoTing the first resolution. Joins Guksk, Csq.jun,, of Cappaghmurra, spoke as follows

Mich. Mvrpht, Esq., Ballymore, the Chat r In inoTing the first resolution. Joins Guksk, Csq.jun,, of Cappaghmurra, spoke as follows

: Mi. Chairman and fellow-countrymen, the resolution have the honour 10 propose for lion, is one in width am sure you will most readily concur,—lt stab's that Daniel CComell is now more than ever entitled our ardent gratitude and support, and it pledget uj to come forward with t
16 November 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN—NOVEMBER 12,

DUBLIN—NOVEMBER 12,

There is a considerah'c feeling now orevalent for the abolition of the permit system of excise in this counlry.whieh the coniiaissiunerv ofiiiqniry into the sta'e excise, have iw fur they have go.tio their labours, rec-un the extinction outlie ground that it is cosily, futile,ve
16 November 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
BY MISS I’ARDOE

BY MISS I’ARDOE

BY MISS A fiLEsK Wedding, —When we entered the Chuich the brideelect was onher knees between bet two bridesmaids ; all three were dressed in black silk, and wore large cloaks with the drawn over their heads, ami long black veils beneath them. The youngest lady of the party wore w
16 November 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland