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CHANCEKY-

'filler im Wife, y r to I'laiiililfs. * i a. in tWi'G. *il>hon< ] f hearing dale llie day .1 n. M'C’ajje December, O.it* ilio R'eci.'lOiM 11 uarTiel 1 , and Tliirty* , deceased, and subsequent or-* and Others, lilers, hearing date tb* i^ixih Defeudants. instant, vmll, Monday, the
14 November 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
COLONEL VERNEHL

COLONEL VERNEHL

The following appears in the Evening Mail of Friday i ** Colonel Veraer, the consistent, patriotic, and independent memhei for the county Armagh, has resigned his commission of the peace; and we sincerely hope that the example of this high-minded and spirited gentleman will foll
14 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER ON OLD MAIDS.

CHAPTER ON OLD MAIDS.

Better be an old maid than miserable wife. Common Saying. There has been much said, written, and even sung upon this subject yet have never seen it treated the manner which it strikes is most applicable to the cases those ladies who have lived to ttrUi* age without entering into
14 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COUNTRY TO HER FRIEND IN TOWN.

THE COUNTRY TO HER FRIEND IN TOWN.

THE COUNTRY TO HER FRIEND TOWN. From the Gothic Offering* With your usual good nature, kindest Clarissa, you ask if you can <io nnv thing for me during your stay in town ; but how can you suppose that should think of troubling you at time when you, who so seldom visit London, mus
14 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
the coxstitutton : OR, cork advertiser.

the coxstitutton : OR, cork advertiser.

aGIUCULTVHAL COMMVmCATIOS. (ioa the roau constitltios. •••••• H»ii county which hi»» been improve*!, I hove made particular inquiries U» the nnoie of igcmeiu, hove iorperted all the 'coses ami the accounts of each tenant; ami, inu known the land for many year*, when waa in state
14 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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TIONS, AT THE BRITIsirVvOOLLEN MART, 14. PA TRICK-STREET. WM. DAWSON becjs to announce bis return from ilte Miiiiufactiirinp Towns in

TIONS, AT THE BRITIsirVvOOLLEN MART, 14. PA TRICK-STREET. WM. DAWSON becjs to announce bis return from ilte Miiiiufactiirinp Towns in

Kngland, and bus just received general assortment of Goods in tlie various branebos bis trade. best Saxony ('loflis will lie found every colour in demand; bis West of England JHnc.hs, Uroirns, Olivet, Invisible Greens, Adelaides, and Oxfords, are of the very primest quality, and
14 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THU CHURCH.

THU CHURCH.

The Archbishop of Dublin has presented tha Rev. John Mavers, Domestic Chplain the burl of Wicklow, to the Rectory of Kilbride, part of the Union of Arlclow, lately become vacant by the death of the lev. C. Smith. Lord W icklow has most liberally undertaken to build the new paris
14 November 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
rilE PUBLIC PRESS

rilE PUBLIC PRESS

(From the Morning Herald.) apple of discord has been thrown amon" th. Journals Mr. Poulctt Scrope. and contest ha arisen relative to that proposition in pamphlet which attributes the distress of the English tanner, in a great measure to the competition ol the Insl, corn-grower,
14 November 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
(From the John Bull )

(From the John Bull )

(From the John Bull We last week mentioned the nogociations which have been for some time progress between the Irish Government and Mr. —it seemed so preposterous nn alV.iir, that many people were induced to disbelieve the possihlity of disgrace* fill haggling ; we only anticipat
14 November 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL EDUCATION IN ENGLAND. Edinburgh Review.— Oct. 1833. This is an admirable number. The subjects are pleasingly diversified, and treated

NATIONAL EDUCATION IN ENGLAND. Edinburgh Review.— Oct. 1833. This is an admirable number. The subjects are pleasingly diversified, and treated

with distinguished ability. Many of them refer to questions of vital importance to the wellbeing of the community, upon which it is of the utmost consequence they should be accurately informed. Foreign and Domestic Politics; Political Economy; Finance, Trade, and Manufactures; B
14 November 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland