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THE NEWRIr CO

THE NEWRIr CO

?titeraturr. SELECT POETRY. THE FAIRY. 1 m« no form, I hear no aonod— Yet it aeemeth a» thm» oil aroeed^— Fairy, where do»t dwell? I see thee not. but whereVr I turn, Mine eyes do gaze, and my ear* do burn. Fairy, undo thy tpell. I call thee out of (be twiated reed With a wood-w
29 November 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE AJIMY. EXCHANGES AND PUOMOTIONS. Wtr-OSer, Nor. 22. P,K>t-.G>Btlrmnn Coiiet P. Pfoor, from R. M. C<SL Emir*, mtltiat pnrehatt. rice

THE AJIMY. EXCHANGES AND PUOMOTIONS. Wtr-OSer, Nor. 22. P,K>t-.G>Btlrmnn Coiiet P. Pfoor, from R. M. C<SL Emir*, mtltiat pnrehatt. rice

8.-imi.h. 9th Ditto—Lirut, W. G. Hill C»pt, ritKout parchn,,, vice Evono, dee. ; F. Lmhiofton be Lioutenam’ vice Hill; E. E. F. Hortmtn be Bntign, vice Lu.hin,.' ton. 12th Ditto—Eftoign 8. O. Beomivh, from 9c«h Foot, to Ensign, without pureiate-4ith Ditto—Cfptoin F. O. Montgomer
29 November 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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29 November 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
WILLIAM SHARP, CHEAP Razor, Knife, Scissor*, and Surgical Instrument MANUFACTURER. 137, CitcL-vttiß, Doiuir, (Within few Doan of the Scota* Cbarah,)

WILLIAM SHARP, CHEAP Razor, Knife, Scissor*, and Surgical Instrument MANUFACTURER. 137, CitcL-vttiß, Doiuir, (Within few Doan of the Scota* Cbarah,)

TAKES thi* opportnnitj of annonncing to the Nubility and Gantry, that haa opentd the EataWiabmant, where heaarriea the Gallery Baaioeea in all ila earimia branchea; and aagaga erery article to be of the beet Maleriala Workmanehip, being nailer hie awn iaatnediafc inapection, aol
29 November 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SLIDE OF ALPNACH.

SLIDE OF ALPNACH.

Amongst the forests which flank many of the lofty moun- tarits.of Switzerland, some of the finest timber is found in positions almost inaccessible. The expense of roads, even if it were possible to make them in such situations, wobld prevent the inhabitants from deriving any adv
29 November 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GLOUCESTER.

GLOUCESTER.

The ANNUAL CHARITY SERMON is to preached, witling, on SUNDAY, the Ist DECEMKER, in the CHAPEL of the MOLYNEUX ASYLUM, the Rev. i. C. LLOYD. A. 8., Chaplain to that Asylum alter which Collection will made In aid of the Funds ol the Deaf and Institution, The Pupils will attend Col
29 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I* mi the paramount duty of those who had the prerogative and the power to protect the King’s subjects. And

I* mi the paramount duty of those who had the prerogative and the power to protect the King’s subjects. And

when 1 speak of the necessity of this measure, 1 not refer to matters outside of this record, for it is a most singular circumstance, that in the composition which is the subject of the present indictment, I And that measure recoin- ' mended in stronger language than could use.
29 November 1833 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FIFTEENTH HUSSARS.

THE FIFTEENTH HUSSARS.

Captain Wathen, we uederstand, continues under tke close arrest into which ordered by Lieutenant- Colonel IA) Brudenell, under the circumstances described in our number of Tuesday, and will doubtless remain there until it is signified from the Horse Gurds whether there is any wo
29 November 1833 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OP IMP. COURIER.

TO THE EDITOR OP IMP. COURIER.

London, 4>l, Chancery Lane, Nov. 23, 1833. Sir—l have read in the public papers the letters addressed to in Ireland, the proceedings at the public meeting in Dublin, and the comments on speech to the electors of Hull. Ifany member of parliament addresses to me a private letter o
29 November 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS.

TREE AND SHRUB SEEDS.

Abraham begs leave to inform Gentlemen wishing 0 stock a young Nursery, that he has ordered quantity of those Seeds ; on their arrival due notice will be given. daily cipeets from France a fine collection of choice sorts of fragrant Standard and Dwarf Roses, Flemish Pear, Peach,
29 November 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland