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King Leopold and the Republicans or Paris—The Kinc of the Belgians, though hut a few days the French capital, upon

King Leopold and the Republicans or Paris—The Kinc of the Belgians, though hut a few days the French capital, upon

visit to his father-in-law, has contrived to give mortal offence to the Republicans, and. indeed, have wounded the national vanity the French, very generally. splendid ball given some nights ago the Tuileries, to which numbers of the National Guard were invited, King Leopold, in
14 November 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHERS WHIG.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHERS WHIG.

Sir,—As I obs‘*rve in paper of ihe 7ih instant, letter signed John R. Ward, which the statements made by your informant the ultimo, regarding the appropriation of the rents arising »rom the Bangor Charily Rands, is directly contradicted. I think that incumbent upon me, bi’iog cg
14 November 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NORTHERN WHIG.

THE NORTHERN WHIG.

and i. it not. at lea«t. make known. election is about take place, that candidate, may have opportunity of coming forward, and that the * person may receive so important nppoin Not to act in this wav, ia foul attempt entrap and hood wink the town. :{d. I. Mr. Skinner. Junior, fi
14 November 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SOUTHERN REPORTER, AND CORK COMMERCIAL COURIER,

THE SOUTHERN REPORTER, AND CORK COMMERCIAL COURIER,

THE ARMY. The company of Royal Artillery Limerick Garriaon, under command «f Major Darby, with Capt. Shepherd and Lieut. Bor„ . ». K*n nera, march thence on Monday next for labnd Bridge, Dublin. On Col. Burke v. Geo'ge Pigott Roger*, iu*q. te company Artillery, with Lieutenant*
14 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CAHRIGNAVAR & CLOGHUOE ESTATES.

CAHRIGNAVAR & CLOGHUOE ESTATES.

THE several Denominations of thi^ CAdIRIGNAVAR and CLOGHROE ESTATES, ijrflretofore Advertised, will be exposed Public Sale at Buildings, Dublin, during the next Hilary which due notice will be given) if not previously by Private Contract. Application for the whole, or any part,
14 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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REV. PRIES 1' —THE NEWPORT SESSIONS. the Eilitor of the Westmeath Journal. Nov.,*,' IHR3. Sill 1 lake leave send you

REV. PRIES 1' —THE NEWPORT SESSIONS. the Eilitor of the Westmeath Journal. Nov.,*,' IHR3. Sill 1 lake leave send you

ti»f insertion, nn aintndrtl copy ot teller wlncll ftj>|>eare«l io Hie It. li. Packet the 31st ultimo, follows ;
14 November 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
KKil l: Stations of tr«»ops i r**nt9 and Corps. Service Companies.

KKil l: Stations of tr«»ops i r**nt9 and Corps. Service Companies.

14 November 1833 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
1 i.ife Guards 2-1 do. Rl. Horse fiunnla Ist Drag. Guards 2<l <ln. 3d do. 4lh do. sth do. tith

1 i.ife Guards 2-1 do. Rl. Horse fiunnla Ist Drag. Guards 2<l <ln. 3d do. 4lh do. sth do. tith

do. 7th do. Ist Dragootis do. 3d do. 4th do. 6lh do, 7th Husgars Bth do. 9ih I.anrers 10th Hussars 11th l.ightDragoon: 12th lancers 13lh I.ifthllTragoon Mth do. loth Hussars Hith l.ancers 17lh do. Grcn. Gds. Ist bat. 2il bat. 3d bat. Ist bat. ‘id bat. Ist bat. ■i.l bat. Ist bat.
14 November 1833 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
sKi-Ecrcy WAS MICSHT. nieht! ait.l yet I cotld not sleep. Xml opening wide the easement pane, I gn/ed, in meditation

sKi-Ecrcy WAS MICSHT. nieht! ait.l yet I cotld not sleep. Xml opening wide the easement pane, I gn/ed, in meditation

deep, the moon plain. All seemed in soft repose to lie— sound of life broke mine ear. Save when the watchman’s sullen cry. Foretold tliat morning hours were near. Silent the moon pursued her way Through countless stars and cloudless sky, Nor did the wind slightest spray Disturb
14 November 1833 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
267 II II

267 II II

Total Expenditure Balance against the Charity, Ist ... 151 5 7 the Presidents’ Reports, ap(>cared that One Thousand Seven Hundred and Thirteen Individuals were relieved during the month of October (4 weeks).
14 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland