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NOTICE

NOTICE

IS hereby given, that application intended to be made Parliament, in the next Session, for an Act foe Establishing a Company for the better supplying with Water, the Inhabitants of the Town and Borough of Belfast, in the County of Antrim ; and for erecting, placing, making, cons
25 November 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

Whig Office. Thursday morning, 7 o'clock We have just learned, by The Mail of last night, tbit tbe Jury have found Mr. Barrett Guilty. strongly condemn tbe prosecution,, we mutt deeply deplore tbe decision tbe Jury bave come to. The Carlisi.e Journal.— Beauties Libel Law. I he p
28 November 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTHING BUT TBI CONSTITUTION

NOTHING BUT TBI CONSTITUTION

THE CONSTITUTION, WHOLE CONSTITUTION, AND DUBLIN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25. RESIGNATION EARL GREY. We copy the following paragraph, respecting the retirement of Earl Grey, from The Courier of Saturday: '* Reports have today been very general circulation, and have received a considera
25 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO EMIGRANTS.

NOTICE TO EMIGRANTS.

NOTICE EMIGRANTS. TO Sail positively on the Ist of DECEMBER, for HOBARTTOWN and SYDNEY, the fine, Asailing British-built Ship VESTAL, T. TAYLOR, maodcr; A. 1., at Lloyd's, coppered and copper-fastt4e<£ tons register, 550 tons burthen ; is armed art manned, has great height betwee
22 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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22 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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CROWN PROSECUTIONS.

CROWN PROSECUTIONS.

Mr. ATTORNEY GENERAL has announced his Intentions proceeding to trial against the proprietor of the Pilot newspaper, for the insertion of one or more of those letters the people of Ireland, written by and signed with the name of DANIEL G'CONNELL. Upon this prosecution at present
22 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NUMBER 1686 ] Published on the Ist of every month, price Is., HE MAGAZINE BOTANY AND GARDENING, BRITISH AND FOREIGN.

NUMBER 1686 ] Published on the Ist of every month, price Is., HE MAGAZINE BOTANY AND GARDENING, BRITISH AND FOREIGN.

J. Renuie, M A., Professor of Zoology, King's London ; assisted by some the most eminent In Europe. Each Number contains Eight Plates of the most rare and valuable specimens of Plants, executed by an eminent Artist, and coloured from Nature. Also sixteen quarto pages of original
27 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GUNPOWDER. MILLER and M'MULLEN have lately imported FOUR HUNDRED and TWENTY CAftfd SUPERIOR GUNPOWDER from the following Manufacturers, vlx Messrs.

GUNPOWDER. MILLER and M'MULLEN have lately imported FOUR HUNDRED and TWENTY CAftfd SUPERIOR GUNPOWDER from the following Manufacturers, vlx Messrs.

PIGOUS and WILKS. i »-« CURTIS and HAKVEY, * * WM. F. BURTON. JOHN Which they offer to.' Sale to-the Tra-Je, liberal Terms. 6, Lower Jervis-street, Dublin. 26th Nov., 1833.
27 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
On Tuesdav, th*r« was a meeting held the Corn-Exchange The objects of this meeting, as stated in the requisition drawn

On Tuesdav, th*r« was a meeting held the Corn-Exchange The objects of this meeting, as stated in the requisition drawn

up by Mr. O’Connell, were, ** for the sole and exclusive purpose of considering the propriety of preparing and presenting petitions to Parliament—the one praying for the total extinction of Tithes and Minister’s money—the other praying for the Repeal of the Union, and of appoint
25 November 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ACCIDENTS. OFFENCES. &c.

ACCIDENTS. OFFENCES. &c.

Faction Fight. —On Tuesday, the 12th instant, being the fair day of Ballingarry. that village presented a scene which human nature would shudder to contemplate. The Shanavests and Caravats. well armed with guns, pistols, and every other descriptidn of weapons, marshalled in powe
25 November 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland