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DUBLIN: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1833.

DUBLIN: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1833.

cijr gurinp-wo 2jC - - I D)UPB LiN: TUESDA Y, NO VEMBER 19, IS3T. NEWS FROM SPAIN. Standard Office, Saturday, hlalf-paso Three. Me have just received, by express, tire following letter from our Falmouth Correspondent:- 'Falinouth, Friday Morning, Falf-past Eight. Tjic African ste
19 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THAMES POLICE—LONDON.

THAMES POLICE—LONDON.

TIIAltjlS POLICE-LO:"DON. S'IUIGLING WSiusxEY.-Thursday John Burne and Tho- mas Dunn, seamen, belonging to the Dublin steam-packet my Thames, were brought before Mr.l B1ilafitne and Mr. Bro. me- derip, eharged under the excise laws with smuggling tbir no- teen quarts of whiskey,
18 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RESIGNATION OF COLONEL VERNER.

RESIGNATION OF COLONEL VERNER.

RESIGNATION OF COL;ONEL VERNER. I CORRESPONDENCJE.. The-following correspondence preceded the resignation of Col, Verner of his situation as one of the Magistrates of Aruragh. The first letter is addressed to Earl Gosford, as Lieutenant of the county' aid his Lordship having de-
19 November 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
followi: Couoties of Acres, Irish Plantation Measure.

followi: Couoties of Acres, Irish Plantation Measure.

18 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I ./NUMBER 1083.] I f R. MILLIKEN AND SON, ji 104, ourroK-BT>iir, I'{ Booksellers the University, have recently Published J

I ./NUMBER 1083.] I f R. MILLIKEN AND SON, ji 104, ourroK-BT>iir, I'{ Booksellers the University, have recently Published J

followingJ I 1. s j QECOND TRAVELS OF AN IRISH GEN\ O TLEMAN SEARCH OF A RELIGION. With Notes and Illustrations, NOT the Editor 44 Captain Rock's Memoirs." 2 Vob., foolscap Bvo., price 12«. NEW GRAND JURY BILL, 3 and William IV., c. being ' An Act to amend the Laws relating to G
20 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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DUBLIN, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, 1833, _ .PARENTS.. MARRIED CLERGVMAX, chiidfen. E*. Sch., T.C.D-, proposes taking Into his family the

DUBLIN, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, 1833, _ .PARENTS.. MARRIED CLERGVMAX, chiidfen. E*. Sch., T.C.D-, proposes taking Into his family the

country, tm the south side DnbHn,/two or at the moit three boye, not exceeding thirteen yfyt of age, whore education would superintend, conducted on the moat nberal plan the beat Hit ayatem will combine the moat finished nttfiSeenta auited to the drat rank ln aociety, with the k
20 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING AT THE CORN EXCHANGE.

MEETING AT THE CORN EXCHANGE.

the Corn Exchange, on yesterday, a crowded meeting was held, pursuant to requisition, advertised as being of the inhabitants of the united parishes of St. Mark's, St, Andrew's, and St Anne's."
20 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Best, and Logan; Assistant-Surgeon Chambers the Rev. John Darley, the Rev. Hngh B. Huleatt, and Philip Read, Esq. The Judge

Best, and Logan; Assistant-Surgeon Chambers the Rev. John Darley, the Rev. Hngh B. Huleatt, and Philip Read, Esq. The Judge

Advocate then addressed the court a very able speech, commenting on the evidence; when the matter ended, and the court was cleared—the members remaining in consultation for some time. The result will not, of course, known for some weeks. Counsel for the prosecution—the Judge Adv
20 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HEINE BROTHERS,

HEINE BROTHERS,

HAMBURGH, CONTRACTORS for the Great Lottery, by the BOARD OP TREASURY City of Hamburgh, beg to inform the Pulflic that tbe 62d Lottery will be drawn on the lltb DECEMBER, and Tickets are now selling at 140 Marks Banco, or 10/. 10s. sterling. This cost of the Tickets balanced by
18 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MRS. UNDERWOOD GRAFTON-STREET. BEGS announceibe arrival from Paris, of Jn second variety for the Season, t > MILLINERY, CLOAKS, and

MRS. UNDERWOOD GRAFTON-STREET. BEGS announceibe arrival from Paris, of Jn second variety for the Season, t > MILLINERY, CLOAKS, and

J all in debigns exclusively for her Establishment by "*he most distinguished Modistes of the French Capital. PARISIAN CLOAKS, novel Patterns, are very generally worn In the most Fashionable Circles. An assortment vf the best designs tb'u useful article of Winter Costume has bee
15 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland