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THE BROWN-STREET CORRESPONDENCE.

THE BROWN-STREET CORRESPONDENCE.

1IITHE BPROWN-STREET CORRDSPONDENCE. I THE following letter appears in the Arorthern Whig of yesterday, in reference to the article on the Brown-street Correspondence contained in our last number:- "TO THE EDIToRt OF THE NORTHERN WHIG. "SiR,-Tlte News-Leller, of last Tuesday, dir
08 November 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Amxkican ANnuuiTirs.—k Gcrrosa merchant, residing at Valparaiso, in Chili, aud who has taste for scieutifie researches, ha*employed intelligent seaman. n.>nied Kenoa. to explore some the wild and antre* quented parte the Indian territory, where.y ro* bahly, no European traveller
08 November 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
COLONEL BLACKER.

COLONEL BLACKER.

The work goes bravely on"—Lord Wellesley bus commenced his earcer of pacification withdrawing tbe commission of peace from Colobcl Blacker, Carrick. in the Co, ArmigL —a gentleman whose uprightness and impartiality magistrate have been the constant and grateful theme of all clas
08 November 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS.

DUBLIN MARKETS.

(Accuratety lep orted fqr thd Frecman.) SMITHFIELD. TIIURSDAY.-The market was abundaiitly supplie& with evcrydescription; noebangein prices; businessdull; nothing 41one in export. Price of beef, 22s. to 28s. per cwt., sink- ing offal; good sheep, 5hd.; inferior, 4d. to 5d.; dema
09 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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THEATRE ROYAL. The new drama of " Ellen Wareham," was received with distinguished applause, and wvill be repeated this evenin. a HIS PRESENT WEDNESDAY, November 13, tl 6hMajjesties' Servants will perform (second time)j ew drama, of ELLEN WAREHAM, Founded on Lady Dacre's celebrate
13 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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INTERESTING LETTER FROM MR. O'CONNELL TO THE LONDON SPECTATOR.

INTERESTING LETTER FROM MR. O'CONNELL TO THE LONDON SPECTATOR.

INTERESTING LETTER FRONM MR. O'CONNELLI | I . ITO THE LONDON SPECTATOR. . (FROAT TIHE LAST NO18iEnil O' THAT JoUSLNAL.) Darrynane Abbey, 30th October, 1833. Sin-This mountain hutr, which I dignify by the name of Darrynane Abbey, is the residence of a member of Parlia- ment most r
12 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INFATUATED CONDUCT OF THE PEASANTRY IN LEITRIM.

INFATUATED CONDUCT OF THE PEASANTRY IN LEITRIM.

- We have received several communications within the last! week, from correspondents in the County of Leitrim, fur- nishing details of the wild and lawless conduct pursued by the infatuated peasantry in the neighbourhood of Dromahaire ---and though we have been unwilling to atta
11 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PHRENOLOGY.

PHRENOLOGY.

A lecture uyon this scienice was delivered by Dr. Carroll, at Thllrsday evening's sittings of the literary and scientific institution. The subject being universally interesting, and being new to a great many, the attendance w-as numerous Iand fashionable. and, we believe, the le
14 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE START FOR THE RACE—A SCENE AT EPSOM.

THE START FOR THE RACE—A SCENE AT EPSOM.

THE START FOR THE RACE -A SCENE AT I EPSOM. Fancy twenty-four three-year colts, looking like six year. old horsed, with the bloom of condition on their coats, drawn up in a line at the starting-plare, with the picked jockeys of all England on their backs, mid on the simple fact o
14 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

THEATR EROYAL. Last Nigbtbt one 'of the engagement of Mr. WALLACK fulUIS PRESENT FRIDAY, November 8, their Ma- nLjesties' Servaunts vill perform Shakspeare's historied -lnyof JULIUS CEBSAR. /t Marcus Brutus, Mr Wallack; Caius Cassius, Mr Ternan; Mark Antony, Mr. Pritchard; Julius
08 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland