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SAMUEL patronized, and by Special Appointment, CUTLER TO NIS MAJESTY AND nis EXCELLENCY THE Loan LIEUTENANT, RAZOR and SURGICAL INSTRUMENT

SAMUEL patronized, and by Special Appointment, CUTLER TO NIS MAJESTY AND nis EXCELLENCY THE Loan LIEUTENANT, RAZOR and SURGICAL INSTRUMENT

fiIAKER, C, HE/M' STREET, DUBLIN, begs to announce, that finished a superb assortment of Ivory Hanßmalnce Table Knives and Forks, Plain and Silver tbe beautiful and new invented French Pattern Forks, and confidently assures tboee who may wish to be furnished with 9ucb, that for
29 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN CASTLE.

DUBLIN CASTLE.

HIS Excellency the Marquess WELLESLEY, K. G., has been pleased to appoint JOHN GLH(\N, 24; PARLIAMENT-STREET, be to lis Excellency. - J Dated this 23d day of November, 1833. bis Excellency's command, GEORGE A. HILL, Comptnftlcr. J. G. avails himself of this opportunity to return
29 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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29 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SKETCH OFA WELL-KNOWN CHARACTER.

SKETCH OFA WELL-KNOWN CHARACTER.

1 Tliere is one man in Ireland whom tieithc? nor |Tory loves, or esteems, or trusts. Gifted with powerful {talents, he has almost made us forgethis talents the profligacy with which they have been exerted. Possessing extensive influence, he has employed that influence 111 foment
29 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRIAL OF RICHARD BARRETT, PROPRIETOR OP THE PILOT. COURT OF KINO'S BENOH—WSDOTSDAY. Tlie following is the SOUCITOH-GKNISAL'S reply to Mr.

TRIAL OF RICHARD BARRETT, PROPRIETOR OP THE PILOT. COURT OF KINO'S BENOH—WSDOTSDAY. Tlie following is the SOUCITOH-GKNISAL'S reply to Mr.

O'CONNBLL : • The SOLICITOR GENERAL rose tod said—My Lords tod Gentlemen of the Jury, you had yesterday the plain and honest statement of my right boa. friend the Attorney* General, who, I am sorry to bare it to inform yon, Is now chained his bed by sudden attack of sicknes. Yon
29 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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30 November 1833 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
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Forest Trees, Shrubs, Fruit Trees, fyc. S"C. ITIDWARD LINDSAY, Jun. havin? taken the bali ainess on his own account, formerly carried on by his Father, begs leave to acquaint the Public, that, intending to confine himself principally the Seed business, will com. SELLING OFF the
30 November 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEDNESDAY. The Court assembled this morning, at half-past ten, and the jury having been called over, The Solicitor-General proceeded with

WEDNESDAY. The Court assembled this morning, at half-past ten, and the jury having been called over, The Solicitor-General proceeded with

WEDVESniT. The Cuurt assembled this morning, at half-past ten, and the iurv h&Tinc bPBO culled ovei*f • Th. UoUor-G.ner.l proceed with his address the Jure in reply to Mr. O'Conn.ll. The Irarned Gemlemso concluded hi. speech by denying that the P «*ntjyM Wh'g prosecution. The tim
30 November 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST PRICES CURRENT—Nov. 29. «. d. s. d. percwt.oflHlbs 2W ditto 0—- 0. ditto ditto 15 lt» ditto 10 lt>

BELFAST PRICES CURRENT—Nov. 29. «. d. s. d. percwt.oflHlbs 2W ditto 0—- 0. ditto ditto 15 lt» ditto 10 lt>

ditto 11 ditto 6 0 per ton i 9 lb. 7 ditto o—oo ditto 9 ditto 0 3 « ditto 7 0 Imp. gall. d. P. •i ditto Cash 0 0 0 ditto 0 0 ditto 17 0 0 ditto 14 6 0 ditto ■ 34, o 0 0 ditto . 6 0 ditto < 70 0 0 per pipe « 0 0 ASHKS, United Staten,Pot..,. Ditto Montreal, Pot Ditto. Pearl BARILL
30 November 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SESSIONS COURT—Yesterday.

SESSIONS COURT—Yesterday.

SESSIONS COURT— Yesterday. The Recorder, with Aldermen Montgomery and Morrisson, sat yesterday, for trial prisoners. Shop Lifting fashionably attired young man, calling himself James Wilson, was found guilty stealing a valuable ling from Willis’s shop, Royal Arcade. The prisoner
30 November 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland