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MALLOW.

MALLOW.

BRITISH and FOREIGN SILK, British, French, and India Long and Square SHAWLS, CASHMERES, MERINOS, FURS, HOSIERY, UfetfERJtySHERY, MILLINERY,&GENERAL FAtfCY/WARIf-HOUSE. S. HEYLANDy Respectfully announces her return irom London, and the arrival her, by this Week’s Steamcraf ofajaa
12 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
desirable: reside ece. lutereil ROCKV.%LR, near Newport, Tipperary, to be disposed of, and immediate possession given. Reid on a Lease

desirable: reside ece. lutereil ROCKV.%LR, near Newport, Tipperary, to be disposed of, and immediate possession given. Reid on a Lease

of three yoong lives, on small yearly rttll. It Contains twenty acres of giound 1/eau* tifully planted, romantic Trout-Areato duwes through the lawn, and gravct walks, tustefolly ornamented with Shrubs. Tbs entire offices, tinder one lock and key, have been new. U built. An acre
09 November 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Our rnrirrs mar remember cold-blooded Richard Croft., Esq. Uallybeg-Rlm, Bear Biitlefapt, early in June, 1823, when he wa. ealled out

Our rnrirrs mar remember cold-blooded Richard Croft., Esq. Uallybeg-Rlm, Bear Biitlefapt, early in June, 1823, when he wa. ealled out

of the boMm ot hi. family, a .nromer e»enin|f, a party Rockile., who demanded money and fire-arm. of that inofieiiiire gentleman Ilia ball-door, whicli order not being promptly acceded to, one of the ruffian, leeelled a gun at Hr. Croft, and thol him thio’ the brea»t. Nut one of
09 November 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

At Ferriler, near Dingle, of fever, the Rev. Muuiice Quill, 30 years. Dromid, Kerry, the Rev. James Sheehao, P. P. At Tralee, llonora, relict of the late D. Murphy, of Listowel, Esq. At Rathkeale, Mr. John Downes, saddler and harnessmaker. At Passage, Cork, Catherine, eldest dau
09 November 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Rim? CHEAP, COMFORTARI.E, AND EXPEDITIODS TRAVELLING. THE Nobility ond Gentry Travelling through the different part* of the Country, tire tespecifolly

Rim? CHEAP, COMFORTARI.E, AND EXPEDITIODS TRAVELLING. THE Nobility ond Gentry Travelling through the different part* of the Country, tire tespecifolly

infornied that they will supplied with Po*t Cnrringes nntl Horse* of a very superior description CORNELIUS FOGARTY S, BRUFF. Genilriiien travelling would find Very great advantage giving a day’s notice in order that there may be no delay or disappointment. Bruff, Nov. 6.
09 November 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
O’CONNELL TRIBUt’E—ENNISCORTMY.

O’CONNELL TRIBUt’E—ENNISCORTMY.

Monday evening loot, preparatory meeting of the spirited inhabitants of Enniscorthy was held, to consider the boat mode of forwarding the collection of tlie above national tribute, doe to the most distinguished of Ireland's sons— to a man who has devoted bis talents precious tim
09 November 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
MEMORANDUM.

MEMORANDUM.

Major W. H. Dullon, the half-pay unathnarir|>tti<t the diffcreoi'e which he received <rom Major Burdelt, when exchanged from the 4th Kegimcntof Foot, on the sth July, 1827. HALF-YEARLY PUBLIC EXAMINATION SANDHURST The usual half-yearly public examination the ami Genlleuini Cadet
14 November 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
for 18

for 18

14 November 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
[VOL. 2.—NO. under which the country bad become littie better than den of savages, and once adopted, by the aid

[VOL. 2.—NO. under which the country bad become littie better than den of savages, and once adopted, by the aid

of the Conservatives, though with rigour never contemplated their opponents, the system which they were all along told was absolutely necessary for people the semi-baibarism stale the Irish poor. Instantly, enchantment, the country is pacified; the agitation so carefully nursed
09 November 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
S£I>ECT POSTK.Y. tiik oriental love letter f from the Literary Souvenir for I'olJ eve, ami from li r lattice high

S£I>ECT POSTK.Y. tiik oriental love letter f from the Literary Souvenir for I'olJ eve, ami from li r lattice high

Eastern maul is bending. Where music breathe# to waft a sigh the soft breeze ascending Jlis voice the trembling string ! liut *lie may not greet her lover Her timid hand dare only lling silent token over That token ! through Love’s magic powers do his bests have bon it, is but a
09 November 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland