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THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD.

TIHE FASILIONAJBLE WORLD. AN ABSIRACT AND 5idit'P CHlRONICLE OF 'THE TIMiES." BaiGIITON, MONDAY.-Tbeir Majesties and royal relatives continue in, the enjoyment of excellent health. After divine scrvice yesterday, the King, accompanied by the Princess Augusta, drove out along the
22 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE WOOLLEN GOODS

FASHIONABLE WOOLLEN GOODS

rHE IMPORT WAREHOUSE, 10, COLLEGEGREEN, (opposite Trinity-6treet.) Purchaser* of Woollen Drapery are respectfully solicited Inspect the Stock ofHUMPHRYS and COMYffl'S Ware-house. It comprises an assortment of, which for variety, excellence of quality, and chommea, cannot be surp
22 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE OLD-ESTABLISHED COFFEE, AND BEEFSTEAK TAVERN, CASTLE MARKET, (WITHIN ONE DOOR OF WILLIAM'STREET,) J. BERGIN, PROPRIETOR. J. BERGIN begs leave

THE OLD-ESTABLISHED COFFEE, AND BEEFSTEAK TAVERN, CASTLE MARKET, (WITHIN ONE DOOR OF WILLIAM'STREET,) J. BERGIN, PROPRIETOR. J. BERGIN begs leave

to return his roost sincere tbAks to bis Friends and the Public, for their kind palroißge and very liberal support, which he has received them these last Twelve Years, since his coimnencemenff thin Establishment. He has lately made an improvement in nis House, which gives genera
22 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF CHANCERY—WEDNESDAY.

COURT OF CHANCERY—WEDNESDAY.

The rose complain tohis Lordship of the publication In the Morning Regi»ter, of the proceedings which took {dace before his Lordship Chamber, in the case of Lord Kings borough.— designated the publication 9 a gross contempt. The Lord Chakckllor agreed that it was a gross contemp
22 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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TO BE LET, AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN, THE HOUSE and DEMESNE of SUM MER ISLAND, in the County of ARMAGH. The Houae La* been lately built, contain* every deairable accommodation, and has been occupied for some time past by the Family who are now leaving it. The Office* are ex
22 November 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 

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E. S. RUTHVEN, ESQ., M.P.

E. S. RUTHVEN, ESQ., M.P.

We have great pleasure in giving publicity to an address from this patriotic gentleman to bis constituents. The hon. member will be in town early next week, to cooperate with the citixens of Dublin in their exertions to procure repeal of the Union and total abolition of tithes.
22 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL.

THEATRE ROYAL.

Wednesday evening was performed, for the first time, a play called The Bohemian, or America in 1775, written hy Butler Danvers, Esq. The piece abounds with many striking and interesting incidents, chiefly relating to the memorable and glorious struggle for liberty so successfull
22 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR LAWS.

POOR LAWS.

(From the Afor/tfnp HeraV.) An dkoard has been thrown atnoitg.the Journals Mr. Ponl. tt Scrnpc, and contest has atl>m relative to that proposition In bis pamphlet which attributes the distress of the English fsnnor in great ipmsnr* to the cam|Kitlllon of tbs Irish corns grower,
22 November 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
ILMPLE lare, and y yi 6 | Esq.,

ILMPLE lare, and y yi 6 | Esq.,

22 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I'lain tiff's; EXTENSIVE AUCTION MERXILLE, beyond Donnybrook, on TUESDAY,'. the 34 DECEMBER, 1833, and following days. WILLIAMS and GIBTON respectfully

I'lain tiff's; EXTENSIVE AUCTION MERXILLE, beyond Donnybrook, on TUESDAY,'. the 34 DECEMBER, 1833, and following days. WILLIAMS and GIBTON respectfully

Inform tUrMfib- He, that in consequence of Mr. Sweetman having mira4ed of Merville, the entire Household Furnitore by Auction, together with the Farming and Implements, and about Thirty Tons of Old and New Hay. Full particulars will bo expressed future Advertisements and BUls. S
22 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland