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PROTESTANT LIBERALITY-.

PROTESTANT LIBERALITY-.

PROTESTANT LIBERALITY - . Tlie new rector of the Rr-». Cher* lei Ooyton, well known hy hit high Conierra* tire politic", hei appoiuted Catholic gentleman hit law agent. Cuhran and Lord Clarke.— '* Hia lordship ahaket his head at point,” added Curran, ** but there is nothing that.
16 November 1833 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY CMAAltiEK—'luursoay, Nov. 14.

CHANCERY CMAAltiEK—'luursoay, Nov. 14.

CHANCERY CMAAltiEK—'l uursoay, Nov. 14. In the matter of the RiylU Han. Gccrye Earl of Kingston. The discussions in this case were this day resumed, privately in Chamber, before the Lord Chancellor. Mr. Warren, K. C., Mr. Prooke and Mr. King were sererally heard considerable leng
18 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Vol. XII.— No. 1,821. CHANCERY CHAMBERS Dcnun, Nov. 14. IX TUX MATTER OV RIGHT UOM. GEORGE EARL KINOSTOV. The discussions

Vol. XII.— No. 1,821. CHANCERY CHAMBERS Dcnun, Nov. 14. IX TUX MATTER OV RIGHT UOM. GEORGE EARL KINOSTOV. The discussions

in this case were this day resumed, privately, in Chamber before the Lord Chancellor. Mr. Warren, K.C., Mr. Brooke ami Mr.Kmo were severally heard at con*iderable length, opposition to the appointment of Lord Kingston. They reiterated the various grounds which have been previous
19 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LANDS AND lIOESES,

LANDS AND lIOESES,

TO Itlj LET, ~P r and immi;diatf possession civfn, / nPHR HOUSE, with Yard, and OpT-dV/frFs. situHte at Bachelor's* Qcav, in which Mi>*' Qiattertos* lately resided. consists of several Commodious Apartments, and is well adapted for the accommodation of a large and respectable fa
19 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAItKETS.

THE MAItKETS.

. LONDON CORN EXCHANGE; Not. Onr market tbia morning was fairly aupplied with all kind* f grain, but the buaineM tranaaeted to limited extent, atiU Monday'a pttcca were fully aupported. - - RMITHFIELD The flneat oxen fetch 4» 4a atoM morning, and prime Lincoina and Duihama are w
19 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE constitution: OR. CORK advertiser^

THE constitution: OR. CORK advertiser^

THE BIG BEGGARMAN BELGIUM. CPROM THE ACR. “We had imagined that the of *• Big Reggatman" belonged exclusively our friend Daniel, whose audacity in receiving, is only equalled his ingenuity in raising the Tribute,” it called. But rival to bis honours exists in Belgium. Leopold I.
21 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SINGULAR DISCOVERY OF A HOMICIDE.

SINGULAR DISCOVERY OF A HOMICIDE.

SINGULAR DISCOVERY A HOMICIDE. Lord Byron has somewhete said, truth is strange—stranger than fiction,” and this narrative will attest the truth of the poet's remark. What lam about to describe is of so singular nature, is so wild and strange, that 1 should not attempt to give it
16 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TUS KfotßY EViiNma POST:

TUS KfotßY EViiNma POST:

KfotßY EViiNma POST: . THE , Chief Constable Grant, froni the Waterford Poiic«, na* succeeded Lieutenant. Percy many years stationed at Newcastle, in the county Limerick which he leaves for Kmsale, to the regret of hi* numerous friends. . ii, Captain Barry. Chief Constable Police
16 November 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
fffe RENT OAV. PACKET. *hall remember The tenth NoTember, That vad. cruel day which Ireland did pay A cunning impWtcr

fffe RENT OAV. PACKET. *hall remember The tenth NoTember, That vad. cruel day which Ireland did pay A cunning impWtcr

for what—he has coet her. When our cow was for sale o To clear the last gale; When left on the"lloor, * At our own cibin door, - A famishing brood. That asked for food; When the pawnbroker lent The last shilling for rent, ; i’or the tribute prepared, To refuse it none dared. Ten
16 November 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EiNUi'ISH IJHKBONARI.

THE EiNUi'ISH IJHKBONARI.

THE IJHKBONARI. have before now hsd occasion to call the attention of the Administration to (he state of division that exists betwen musters and workmen throughout the various branches trade in the kingdom. We should not doing our duty did wifmot direct the attention of all class
16 November 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland