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MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

In this city, bv the Rev. Mr. Yore, of St. Paul’s, John Kelly, of LUkelly, in the county of Galway, Esc)., to Sarah Louisa, eldest daughter iif tlie late Austin Lysagbt, of liallykesle, iu the county of Clare, At Church, county Wexford, William S. Derinzy, Esq., to Mary, younges
22 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
On Thi* Day, (Saturday,) November the 23d, And following dav« (Sundays excepted), f SUBMIT‘TO AUCTION, // AT HIS LARGE SALE-BOOM,

On Thi* Day, (Saturday,) November the 23d, And following dav« (Sundays excepted), f SUBMIT‘TO AUCTION, // AT HIS LARGE SALE-BOOM,

IN ANOLEBEA-STBEET, Jr J the very fine collection of Standard Modern Books, splcndidr illustrated Works, and rare assemblage of old Prints, of tire late Thomas Fox, Esq., of Kilmartin, County Wicklow. Amongst them are the following Books: Folio and Quarto.— Forster’s British Gal
23 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LARGE SALE OF PAPER.

LARGE SALE OF PAPER.

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, WITHOUT HF.BERVE, Tuesday Next, the 'Kith Nuvendtcr, . At Eleven o’Clock precisely, K AT NO. 8, PETEIt’S-PLACE, DUBLIN', J , ABOUT Nine Hundred Reams of Paper, consisting Pott, Whited Brown, Elephant, Printing Medium, S Royal, and Small Hand, a quantity of
23 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWRY FOUNDRY, I¥os. o 4r 19. JEdvcardmSt. JOHN BENNIE, s» auTvajDaia* {Managing Partner »f the late Firm of" Hill &

NEWRY FOUNDRY, I¥os. o 4r 19. JEdvcardmSt. JOHN BENNIE, s» auTvajDaia* {Managing Partner »f the late Firm of" Hill &

Bennie,") GRATEFUL to bis Friends and Customers in xmral, for thru warn and atradf tapport bn be*, Butiwtt for himaelf, hep. atsure them that exertion in hi. power .hall be wantin' to induce a continuance of their Order.; and harin' the beat Workmen employed in the Foundry Forge
26 November 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
CURIOUS CASE.

CURIOUS CASE.

COURT OF KIND’S BENCH-LONDON. Nov. 19. Partt the Rev, F, Ptrkiut. Mr. Sergeant Goulburn was instructed move for rule Awi, for leave to file a criminal information. against three Magistrates of the County of Warwick. He made the application on behalf of the parish of Sow against
26 November 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Chief Justice.—I only asked the question

Chief Justice.—I only asked the question

Chief Justice. —I only asked the question with a view of Bring the most convenient day for trial, and that there should be no application on any account for a postponement. Solicitor-General.—The notice of the day fixed shall be immediately served the defendant ; and, if necessar
22 November 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Price s</. BEL CASE. College- street Office. —On Sttordsy Mr. Stewart and Mr. Lambert, the former proprietor, the latter editor,

Price s</. BEL CASE. College- street Office. —On Sttordsy Mr. Stewart and Mr. Lambert, the former proprietor, the latter editor,

of Tht Despatch Newspaper, appeared at College-street Police-office to answer the complaint of Alderman Smyth. Counsellor M‘Kane appeared for Alderman Smyth. From the statement of the learned Counsel, it appeared that his client, Alderman Smyth, complained of libellous attack wh
22 November 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ADJOURNED SALE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, ON TRK FXKMISKS, * No. 3. nigh-street, Netery, On MONDAY tk. 25:h in*.,

ADJOURNED SALE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, ON TRK FXKMISKS, * No. 3. nigh-street, Netery, On MONDAY tk. 25:h in*.,

,t TWELVE o'Clock, Nona, THE SUBSCRIBER’S INTEREST in the LEASE of DWELLING-HOUSE, YARD .ml BACK HOUSES, yielding him a clear Profit Rent of £37 together with the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, —Term* Sale. JOHN TOWNLEY. CLARK, Auctioneer. 724 N.wry, 19th No.-, 1833.
22 November 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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X'' Price WHO IS THE TRAITOR? (To the Editor of the Freeman.) Sir M«ny of the Iri«h n:«mWr» opposed tlie Irish hill, have loti the iitinuiaiiirri atiemj.ied u> cast one of their body by Mr. IliU. shuulil he disposed to treat that imputation with nl indifference, ooneciooe ite tot
27 November 1833 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
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rllaJ'. }>!C|X»?i*il >ir l, oil rmvi'Hi y waroi <• »**ii gy loan! was «!i'a--k t»u-» ajiplaust* for *lioa So |la;iry r.iso, HM'I was rrc'M•'Sii wiili rnt'oisiiisur < lirciiiii<. H« (irocurcif J tl.aiik tiipin in ((♦•oeral ler.oß for tlii* tiattoriiiif iiiaiU of tlieir ioparii, fi
27 November 1833 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland