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RKTI KN OF RECRUITS FROM PORTUGAL.

RKTI KN OF RECRUITS FROM PORTUGAL.

Monday the James Watt steamer, from Lisbon, arriv ed at B ackwall with upwards of 70 men, who lately wont out recruits in the service of Donna Maria. stale that they left London under the promise 21. js. per month, bu' their arrival at Lisbon they found they would have only Üb.
22 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS. WANTED, a Mercantile House in Town, AN Active YOUNG MAN, who unrlerstaDds Keeping Books by Double ha. thorough knowledge

WANTS. WANTED, a Mercantile House in Town, AN Active YOUNG MAN, who unrlerstaDds Keeping Books by Double ha. thorough knowledge

of Businew, As a liberal salary will be clwnlyrtne need apply who oannot giro the most sa'isfactory reference. Letters (post-pail,J addressed Northern Whig Office, will be attended to. 2let Nov, (£39)
27 November 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAYTI,

FOR PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAYTI,

The Brig GEORGINA, Captain WYLIE, A. 1, and Copprr-fas'ened, Will Clear at LIVERPO®,, on/lhe. 25th November, direct for the above Port, off goffl consigned to Messrs. MAUNDER, BROTHERS,*« CO. there. For Freight and other particulars, apply to THOMAS G. FOLINGSBY. Beiftst, 21st O
23 November 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
'Belfast £0 mm miiil dironidc.

'Belfast £0 mm miiil dironidc.

'Belfast miiil dironidc. RENEWAL OF AGITATION Dublin, Wednesday, 20lh Nov. At the Corn Exchan r. on yesterday, » erovrded meeting W held, pursuant to requisition, advertised being the inhabitants of the united parishes of St. Mark s, bt. A draw’s, and St. Anne’s." . Mr. Francis K
23 November 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1833.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1833.

never certainly was worse expended than in maintaining monkish Polemic, who, if he were listened to, is alone sufficient to set the whole colony the ears. OFFICERS the ARMY AND NAVY who axe MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT, with their RANK AND EMOLUMENTS. We take the following extracts fro
23 November 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEALS BY AUCTION. AT Mr. Duniur's Dock, on SATURDA\, the 7th December, at TWELVE o’Clock, the Cargo of the Hob

DEALS BY AUCTION. AT Mr. Duniur's Dock, on SATURDA\, the 7th December, at TWELVE o’Clock, the Cargo of the Hob

Roy, from ST. JOHN, New Bkon3wicic, consistini; 3000 DEALS, various dimensions, from 18 : fo 10 x 2i, X Ash 110 OSHEff) STA VES. LANGTRYS & HERDMAN. 345) GEO. C. HYNDMAN, Broker. 11x3
27 November 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
rS f nrdfUnD barhett. Esq., pro. pkJETOR of THE PITOT. rorRT KING’S BENCH— YiBTitmnAY. hni«g bwn •ppoinMd for the trim!

rS f nrdfUnD barhett. Esq., pro. pkJETOR of THE PITOT. rorRT KING’S BENCH— YiBTitmnAY. hni«g bwn •ppoinMd for the trim!

of the proeeb) the Crown •geinrt Richard Barrett, Eaq., «he court crowded «t early the utisoat interett wa* manifeaM*! *o the b -r .. trie) bar." the county jury-box | «t »hi« Mrti the court iie»er*l UehiupaWy-iaircd lad*«* from thecommcoceraewt tbctfiil. yyter befoce o’clock th
27 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INTO ME.

INTO ME.

To Ca.«h from Weekly Collection, 153 10 To ditto from Daniel O’Councll, Esq., M. P., yearly, ... ditto from Richard Keating, Esq., ditto from Mrs. Dillon, Arran-street, yearly... ditto from Mr. J. Murray, Denmark-street, do. To ditto from Messrs. Guinness, .Tames’s-gate, do. To
25 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
aod the Bme may be said of the atraitened

aod the Bme may be said of the atraitened

the may be said of the atraitened that town respecting proi l-ions. A letter of the 14th iiwt. from St Sebastian states that the Carlists hare withdrawn from Er- cod-fish art sbo in their possession, and the country people tmng bread and erery other eatable to market the tame at
25 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH PROVISIONS.

IRISH PROVISIONS.

The imports foreign butter in the l«t week were (say 7,237 casks), but Irish, owing the contrary »i * which prevailed, thei«e were only 12,081 firkt, and 2.75J bales of bacon. The butter and bacon market continue* tat only heavy, but in very depressed state, and thfe present mil
25 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland