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SHIP SEWS.

SHIP SEWS.

The Sligo iind Liverpool steam packet made her first trip from Sligo to Liverpool, during the late gale, ami although her decks were covtred with cattle various kinds, she landed them all safely in Liverpool. The Glasgow loft again for Liverpool, having on board large quantity o
26 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
rQI OF PROPERTY—THE WHIGS. ril£ SUITOR THE MORNIKG CHRONICLE. Faria, Nov. 19, Sji;—To touch property’—to put finger on the private

rQI OF PROPERTY—THE WHIGS. ril£ SUITOR THE MORNIKG CHRONICLE. Faria, Nov. 19, Sji;—To touch property’—to put finger on the private

foituue of private iniliv'uUial—ami to approprialefor the general (-.Mi l any portion the excessive or even ill-gotten wealth of arvhuman leing—appears to some men to be nothingshoit ro'.berv. spoliation, ami crime. There is a vast deal of ignorance, t.i oveiVight, and of false
28 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EQUALIZATION OF PROPERTY.

EQUALIZATION OF PROPERTY.

To the very excessively liberal Gentlemen, who* themselves labour bard deprive the Clergy of their properties, or who countenance others enlisted in the same flagitiousl crusade, wc recommend the serious consideration of a Letter: which will be found in another place addressed t
28 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE THE COUNTRY. Om>ji run nrmKs*.) Ab..ut the hour of four o'clock in the nfternnon of Suiurdav, the Ifith inrtant,

STATE THE COUNTRY. Om>ji run nrmKs*.) Ab..ut the hour of four o'clock in the nfternnon of Suiurdav, the Ifith inrtant,

oartfcif Whitefeet, about fifty, or more,) with apa.fcs, poles, &c., entered tho village of Roaenallis, hurraing, and calling out for Murray, a Italy, Dooly, or any IHaekfoot." They commenced an assault on the house of James tlanly, publican. One of the party (named James Hegnrt
28 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
GARDENING, PLANTING, &c.

GARDENING, PLANTING, &c.

JAMES CASEY has just received Case of DUTCH FLOWER ROOTS, including some beautiful varieties of Double and Single Hyacinths, especially double Yellow and Gold Color!—fine double Scarlet and mixed Aneroonies, Gold Color, and Crown Ranunculuses, Queen Anne’s Jonquilles, double Rom
23 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The ministers of ax. nicrolas s parish, having had a SMALL BEQUEST placed at their disposa), intend lay it outinjfcTALS

The ministers of ax. nicrolas s parish, having had a SMALL BEQUEST placed at their disposa), intend lay it outinjfcTALS

for the POOR, and as this mode of relief beneficial when Cholera so awfully prevailed, they earnestly Solicit Contributions from benevolent Public, to enable! them 0 extend this Plan more than otherwise they will have it in their power to do. 23.
23 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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Amd Cmrriek^ow^Sh
23 November 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COURT FOR THE RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS. !n the matter of Schedule Creditors of the In- M'N'oi.tt. f A

THE COURT FOR THE RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS. !n the matter of Schedule Creditors of the In- M'N'oi.tt. f A

solvent, in this Matter, are hereanlnsolvent (bv required to Mr. Patrick ) M'Cormick, the ldW*nt’.s Assignee, at OtnanN's Hotel, the Town of the County of oiiAY, the^lstof by ' lloscommon, SATURDAY, thc*2lstof next, at the hour of One o Clock. in the Aflerno.. the purpose of fix
23 November 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. papers have been received of lajato date the 13th nit. His Majesty’s br'iK iTts* patch arrived oit the

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. papers have been received of lajato date the 13th nit. His Majesty’s br'iK iTts* patch arrived oit the

12th with £40.000 on account of the Commissariat. These papers contain proclamation trom the King, stating that until the Ist August, 1834, the laws present in fo'ce in the colonies for the government the slaves, remain in full force and unaltered, and that from and after the sa
23 November 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
ASSAULT,

ASSAULT,

Mary Browne of Gningarnlf u. John Sullivan, the parties being called, the lather ol the accused came forward and said his son was not able to attend, from illness. was asked if he could swear to the fact—he said he could, but on being Handed the hook he declined. The complainant
25 November 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland