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COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—LONDON, Nov. 15.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—LONDON, Nov. 15.

|COURT OF COMMON PLEAS-LONDON, Nov. 15.| EKXTRAORDINARY AND IMPORTANT CAUSE.-Mendizabal v. ?? action was brought to recover £146,000, under the following circumstances :-Mr. Sergeant Wilde, Mr. Sergeant Bompass, and Mr. M.. Hill, conducted the plaintiff's case ; Mr. F. Kelly, the
22 November 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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) -1 ?? 1-E - TO E T1A & COR N T-MRET. 1t , COR1ETMARKET. g ILLIANI CARSON, having imported the unt W dermentioned Goods, of superior quality, be is en_ abled to supply those who may favour him with their order. on the most reasonable terms, viz: 114 Chests CONGOU, SOUCHONG, ORAN
22 November 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
lIEI’BAL OP The union.

lIEI’BAL OP The union.

lIEI’BAL The union. Mr. O’Connell then rose and said—The next question. Sir, which has brought us together one of more vital importance (hear, bear). It has the advantage of being altogether freed from one of the most prominent objections the tithe question—it freed from all sect
23 November 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING OF APOTHECARIES In our last publication we gave a short account this meeting, hot gi»e the following full report

MEETING OF APOTHECARIES In our last publication we gave a short account this meeting, hot gi»e the following full report

of the proceedings this day. Michael Donovan. . M. R. I. A-, was called the chair. . . „ J. R. Price, E<q , M. D. was appointed Ssecre- The Chairman observed, that the first Imsinoss be done was that laying before this General Meeting the proceedings the committee of twentv°one
28 November 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
Til K EARL OK LUCAN.

Til K EARL OK LUCAN.

Til EARL OK LUCAN. On late occasion, vve will) much |>l<msure alluded to the extensive, and useful inifiioveineiHs, (hat have been made the estate of tins noide* man. We hold it to he prominent and imperas live duty in honest Journalists, to give puMicityto. and exhibit, as a Pti
28 November 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 

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WEST INDIES

WEST INDIES

We havo received Jamaica papers from the September the 3d ult. His Majesty's packet Lyra had arrived with the intelligence of the bill for the abolition slavery having passed House of Commons. The are filled with the most acrimonious invectives against the details of the measure
25 November 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
HOWARD.

HOWARD.

With feelings of deep regret have to announce the following afflicting intelligence :—On Friday last. Captain the Honorable F. U. Howard of the 90th Regiment, (second son of the Earl of Carlisle.) left the barracks, near this city, in curricle, accompanied two of his brother off
25 November 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS,

BIRTHS,

lo Cork, the Lady of J. Caullield Beamish, Ksij.. of a daughter. At his residence, Uallincollig, the Lady C. M'Cartliy, Esq., of son. MARRIED, Seskar Church, Captain Toule, to Isabella, daughter of the late • ouncellor Lyster. .. ... , At Kltlamery church, by the Rev. W. Hartfor
25 November 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
WOMAN.

WOMAN.

r'- .a I-., iSI 'Man the creriture of interest ambition. His nature ‘lends biio lorlh iulp Ibe simple and bustle of the work. Love but the embellishment of his early life, or a song piped the intervals ol the acts. He seeks for fame, for space the world’s though dominion over hi
25 November 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
COI.CLNfcL BLACKER.

COI.CLNfcL BLACKER.

The Morning Herald, a Piint which takes a course of its own, equally remote from the influence* of the Court, as from the prejudices of the multitude, contains some very just and applicable remarks on the abuse of power, which deprived by an Inquisitorial proceeding, Colonel of
28 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland