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WANTS. i N APPRENTICE Wanted in an Old Est' d A Woollen and Manchester Warehonse. A Lad whose Parents are respectable wfill be taken, with a moderate fee. Address J. K. -t the Office of this Paper. rANTED, a Young Manl who perfectly un.derq, id X v the Grocery Business; he was b
12 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

th~el - ' ifADVERTISE-MENT.] ,he GRANGEGQRMAN MANOR COURT. of At thle ijtinig of tbe court on Friday, the first instant, Ir. ate Connor addressed the senesblil, ini inl strong and impressive of language, bekgjd tt 'call his attentioni to all article ilr the Deqpaetch nevspaper of
12 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

I PRIVA TE CORRESPONDENCE. t .. .. " I . . . I The following is NrW' a. Cqrresondent of the FnaEEMiANs d JOURtNAL, at present i;n the South of France; iit is dated it: Novembei lst : ' * -i It It is ?? t6 see that the great question of REPEAL iS begioning to be agitated once agai
11 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH MEMBERS—THE PILOT.

THE IRISH MEMBERS—THE PILOT.

I 'rlTHE IRISIl MEMBURS-THE PILOT, (FROM THrE KILKENNY JOURNAL.) We have been in the habit of exchanging papers with the Pilot." For the last four posts-precisely from the pe- riod that we had the temerity to defend our calumniated city member, Mr. Sullivan, from the attacks of t
14 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FERMANAGH. PURSUANT to Order uiade in thi« Cause, bearing the sth day September laft, will on SATURDAY, the 23d day

FERMANAGH. PURSUANT to Order uiade in thi« Cause, bearing the sth day September laft, will on SATURDAY, the 23d day

NOVEMBER./ the of On/ o'Clock, set and let public cant,-It* the and fairest bidder, for vven years pending ibis Cause, from thd first day NOVEMBER instant, all that And those the and 'De'mesne of TEMPO, containing 113 A. or thereabouts, (ndb'ding plantation and bog ; situate Ty'
13 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE IRISH SEORETARV

THE IRISH SEORETARV

The proceedings of his Excellency Lieutenant LITTLETON are beginniog to be understood at the other tide of the water, and are calling forth the condemnatory observations of the respectable portion of the London press.— Foremost in this rank stands our excellent cotemporary The M
13 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARCH OP INTELLECT AND EFFECTS OF EDUCATION.

MARCH OP INTELLECT AND EFFECTS OF EDUCATION.

MARCH OP INTELLECT AND EFFECTS EDUCATION. The following carious colloquy between two servant girts, ladies of the mop and brush, was a few days ago overheard, and immediately committed pnper-, verbatim literatim:— Betty: Well, Rosa, how do-you like your new place ? Rosa (affected
13 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF KING'S BENCH—SATUEDAY.

COURT OF KING'S BENCH—SATUEDAY.

WM. HODGKN'S V. THE DUBLIN AND KINGSTOWN RAILWAY COMPANY. —At the sitting of the Coort the Loan ' CHIEF JUSTICE pronounced the judgment of the Court in! this case. He said that the Court, after due deliberation, had come to the conclusion that the present was not the proper time
11 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
J WILLIAM ALLEN respectfully/informs bis Friends and the Public that tie has added to hit LITHOGRAPHIC ESTABLISHMENT, 16, TRINITY- STRgRT,

J WILLIAM ALLEN respectfully/informs bis Friends and the Public that tie has added to hit LITHOGRAPHIC ESTABLISHMENT, 16, TRINITY- STRgRT,

. A Retail Department for the Sale of / / MAPS, PRINTS, DRAWING MATERIALS, FANCY STATIONERY, Ac. / / Every article having been procured from Ifet Manufacturers, and being marked at the lowest Cash Prices, will, he trusts, secure to him a decided preference. Proprietors of School
08 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WOOLLEN DRAPERY SELLING AND UNDER FIRST COST. >£CLARE, being abont retiring from business, resp&fc ■fully begs inform the Public, that

WOOLLEN DRAPERY SELLING AND UNDER FIRST COST. >£CLARE, being abont retiring from business, resp&fc ■fully begs inform the Public, that

he will (Usjiose well-assorted Stock of YVOOLLEN-DRAPERY/lad MEN'S MERCERY', purchased England foridath, twelve months since, and under prime coat, inner m bulk by retail, asking but the lowest price either way. Wool having raised price from 15s. to 305., ought to mako the purch
08 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland