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FOOR LAWS FOR IRELAND.

FOOR LAWS FOR IRELAND.

FOOR LAWS FOR IRELAND, : (FlWM. THE SMOING uSRAALD.) TAie necessity of a legal provision for setting to woik, or otherwise maintaiping, the dcstitxlte population of Ireland, is a. prnpositioi from whiel, we apprehend, there are now but few dissentients beyond tbqselwho derive ??
22 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH GOVERNMENT AND THE ORANGE MAGISTRACY.

THE IRISH GOVERNMENT AND THE ORANGE MAGISTRACY.

THE IRISH GOVERNMENT AND TUE ORANGE I ~~~MAGISTRACY. (FROM THE TTMES.) -The publie must- have been amused (albeit somewhat kpuzled) by the corresponldenlce betweenJ Colonel Verner and Lord (osford, and next between-the same Colpnel Vcr- ' ner 'and Mr. Liltleton. A Colonel Blalcke
22 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROSECUTION OF THE PILOT.

PROSECUTION OF THE PILOT.

The Whigs seem determined to strip themselves of every claim to the respect or even the endurance-of their fellow- c countrymen. The last shred of character that attached to the present Ministers has bedn watonly torn off by. their own hands, and in the drunken insolence of powe
25 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW REPORT.

LAW REPORT.

ZAWIr REPORT. : KING'S BENCH.-SATURDAY. THE KING :V. AYLMER. Mr. MARTLEY, jun., moved that a policeman 'named Ayl- mer, charged with shooting a person named Ringwood, might be admitted to bail. Notice had been served on the Attor- ney-General, and he had given his consent that th
25 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH MEMBERS—MR. HILL.

THE IRISH MEMBERS—MR. HILL.

THIE iHI MEMpERSN-R HILL . ' I | ~~~(FROM> ThL IE TRl SUN.) rol In another column will' e 'found a letter which has been bel addressed bv Mr. O'Connell to the Radicals of Hutll, on. the to subject of tile late speech of their member, Mr. D. Bill. an- It rmay be inferred from the
25 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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APOSTATE CHRISTIANS IN THE SERVICE OF THE TURKS.

APOSTATE CHRISTIANS IN THE SERVICE OF THE TURKS.

. It is remarkable, that during "the palmy state?' of the Ottoman glory, during the'reigns of Solyman awd Selim, the most distinguished statesmen and commanders by land and of sea were apostates from Christianity. Von Hanmmer enu- of merates eight of the ten grand viziers of this
25 November 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RENT-INTIMIDATION.

THE RENT-INTIMIDATION.

It now decided that lists are to be published of the names of those who do not subscribe the rent, as objects for destruction. The following printed circular has been eery extensively circulated throughout the lower district of the County of Tipperary, place always remarkable fo
25 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GOVERNESS.— Wanted immediately, a family residing the country, a Lady, competentfto instruct in English in all its branches, Frenchy Italian,

GOVERNESS.— Wanted immediately, a family residing the country, a Lady, competentfto instruct in English in all its branches, Frenchy Italian,

Music, Writing, and Arithmetic ; Lady not uinervwty would be preferred she must have no objectmn entirely with the children the most will be required.—Application be made from ten till one o'clock, at No. 2, Mountjoy-place.
22 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRICALS.

THEATRICALS.

All tbe accounts regarding theatricals in the 'Unlted States are highly satisfactory. that C.Kemble, aided by his daughter, will have realised July next no less sum than 20,000/. beyond all his expenses, besides which be has married Miss F. Kemble very advantageousiy. Mr. and Mr
22 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO PARENTS, GUARDIANS, Ac.

TO PARENTS, GUARDIANS, Ac.

PARENTS, GUARDIANS, Ac. MARRIED CLERGYMAN, formerly Scholar ot Trinity College, now holding smalt benefice a peaceable part of the North of Ireland, wishes receive into his family two or three Pupils, age not breeding thirteen years, he educated In Classics, Literature, with his
27 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland