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SPEECH OF MR. O'CONNELL AT CORK.

SPEECH OF MR. O'CONNELL AT CORK.

| SPEECH OF MR. O'CONNELL AT CORIK. .A public dinner was lately given to Mr. O'Connell at Cork, on which Occasion W. Fagan, Esq. Chairman of the Coiornittee of Merchants, presided. The following report of tile speech delivered by Mr. O'Connell appears in the Cork papers, and cont
12 November 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY BETWEEN BRIS- TOL AND LONDON. THIS important undertaking will raise the value of lands in the South

GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY BETWEEN BRIS- TOL AND LONDON. THIS important undertaking will raise the value of lands in the South

of Ireland, by facilitating the transport of cattle and agricultural produce. Bringing the London and all intermediate markets, within hours journey Cork. The capital requir "lWee VVlillions, in Shares of .£lOO each, the greater part wilMjc subscribed in England. The Nobility, L
12 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON COMMITTEE.

LONDON COMMITTEE.

BRISTOL COMMITTEE. John Hitting ton, Esq- Robert Bright. Esq Henry Cayley, Esq Cave#- Esq Ralph Fenwick, Esq. BpwleM Fripp, Esq. George Henry Gibbs, Esq. Ge/rge Esq. Robert Fred. Gower, Esq. Rich./Guppy, Esq, W. Grenfell, E«q. JohA Esq. Robert Hopkins, Jim., Esq. Wm. wiiiaer Jic
12 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL EDUCATION IN FRANCE.

NATIONAL EDUCATION IN FRANCE.

The bill for regulating Primary Instruction in France termed the Projet de L.oi, introduced the Chamber of Deputies M. Guizot, the of January last, and passed into a law the 28th of June, provides for the establishment of schools of three descriptions. Every commune or parish is
12 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SMUT IN WHEAT.

THE SMUT IN WHEAT.

THE SMUT WHEAT. As tliis is the season for sowing- Winter wlieut, we extract, from (he Irish Farmer's and Gardiners the following valuable observations on the smut with which that grain is frequently deteriorated :—Men of science, and practical agriculturists, have for a long tim
12 November 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 

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THE BSAXLKBTB. Dundalk, Monday, November 11. The supply of Grain was extremely scanty to-day, and Wheat sold on same terms

THE BSAXLKBTB. Dundalk, Monday, November 11. The supply of Grain was extremely scanty to-day, and Wheat sold on same terms

as on this day se’nnight. Bed, 235. Is. 6<l. White, 255. a 2Ga. 61. Grinding Barley, I i*. a 12s. 6<l. ; Milting do., 13*. 6d. a 11a 3d. Oats, 9«. a 9<. barrel. O-itmeal, 21s 31. hnd on board.— Flour It)«. cwt. Potatoes, 16J. a 20d. cwt. Butter, 7J.1. lb.
12 November 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE PARSON OF HACKETSTOWN AND POOR GARRET DARCY.

THE PARSON OF HACKETSTOWN AND POOR GARRET DARCY.

THE PARS04N OF HACKETSTOWN AND POOR | GARRET DARCYI On this day week we inserted a letter in reference to the in treatment experienced by an old navy pensioner, bearing the dk name GARRET DARCY, at the hands of a reverend gentleman It (the rector olf the above parish), who rejoic
12 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, €ln Tuesday. 19fA Inst., AT THE HOUR OF TWELVE O'CLOCK. (NOON), THE well-known Smack, COUSTESS

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, €ln Tuesday. 19fA Inst., AT THE HOUR OF TWELVE O'CLOCK. (NOON), THE well-known Smack, COUSTESS

OF RODEN, burthen, per Register, Tune, well found in Stile, Rigging, Anchors, Ice., she now lies in the bsrbour of Annalono, Mournb. Particulars enquire of hlr. ISAAC M*NEILLY, Glass- DAUMMOND, KILKBBL. Ktlkeel, 11th Not., 1833. 696
12 November 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF DOWN Fully Furnithed to the Ist MA Y Next, THE WOOD-HOUSE, within one mile of RossraKvoa. Application by

COUNTY OF DOWN Fully Furnithed to the Ist MA Y Next, THE WOOD-HOUSE, within one mile of RossraKvoa. Application by

letter (post-paid) may be made to Mr. G£ORGE MAXWELL, Rbynklla, by Killucait. Nor. 7, 1833. 689
12 November 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

THIE AR.MY. -1 The 74th Regiment, at present caittned at Beggar's Bush, Pigeont-hitase, and Geo.arge'--street' barracks, are to be concei- rated, on the 19th instant, at Richmiond Barracks. re ~Captain G, V. Creagh's comipaniy, No. 5, of the 81st Re- U giment, was rebeved at Bana
12 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland