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COUNTRY WHOLESALE DEALERS X WOOLLEN DRAPERY, &c. J. CLARE, of No. 9, UPPER about retiring from business, respectfully inform the

COUNTRY WHOLESALE DEALERS X WOOLLEN DRAPERY, &c. J. CLARE, of No. 9, UPPER about retiring from business, respectfully inform the

Public, that he will dispose of bis STOCK of WOOLLEN-DRAPERr and MEN'S MERCERY, purchased England for Caih, twelvemonths since, and onder prime ca»t t either in bulk retail, asking but the lowest price in either way. Wool having raised in price from 15s. to 3da., ought to make t
29 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTENSIVE SALE

EXTENSIVE SALE

At Mervllle, beyond Donny brook, of. Household £urnfCUrej" and Farming Implements about seventy tons of Hay; an excellent full-sizemßilHard Table complete ; Gymnastic Apparatus ; looking Glasses, 58 38, and 51 by 81 ; In <very handsome Spring Clock a Double-barrelled ; Mangle ;
29 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the 'newspaper reports, it was called nothing but an Algerine bill, and the phrase became so common, that its supporters

the 'newspaper reports, it was called nothing but an Algerine bill, and the phrase became so common, that its supporters

did not call it any other denomination. But his Majesty’s Attorney General has decided that it ought not to be called an Algerine bill. This, however, only one mode coming at the thing—the real object is to retard the repeal question. Jt is the object of the Whigs, by this prose
29 November 1833 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
WHAT EXTINCTION OF TITHES MEANS.

WHAT EXTINCTION OF TITHES MEANS.

Extract of letter dated Tipperary, Nov. 24'h . eant send vou the exact words of the lease, respecting the clause of ss. over and above the rent, for tithes ami taxes, because Mr Bolton has all the leases in. his possession; but this 1 know, that *tis added to the rent agreed on,
29 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW POrcTL.

LAW POrcTL.

ZTI;. rrun‘ Statute—Eject.titnt brought r.rut prcccer/eil upon the same Term. Question—Under the late act, can I proceed with an "ejectment this present The last lito drupt on Fride.y, and am in hurry to got into posee-ssson tbs premises to repair them. Answer—Asa late chief jud
29 November 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 

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29 November 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

NEW9-LETTER. BELFAST-FRIDAY, NOV. 29. ENGLISH INCENDIARISM-CORN LAWS. WE lately had occasion to notice the progressive opera- tion of a series of causes described in the letter of Mr. P. Scrope, which causes were likely at no distant period to lead to the establishmnent of a syst
29 November 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORIGINAL POETRY.

ORIGINAL POETRY.

THE INDIAN. UPE stood erect and proud, Up-n; his native sod, As Fresh as when the human face -Was moulded first by God. The red deer at his voice Z fefre him trembling flew, Anii the eagle, quivering, left the cloud, 'When his strong bow he drew. Anid fearless would he stray By
29 November 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

PETITIONS to BE HEARD DECEMBER 19. Michael Mongan, late of Mullnatighlin, county Roscommon, fanner and dealer. Thomas Fitzwilliam Berford, late of Russell-street, Dublin, attorney-at-law. Edward Irwin, late South Great GeorgcVst reel, Dublin, dealer in hardware. John Richards, l
29 November 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SERIOUS FIRE AND LOSS OF LIFE.

SERIOUS FIRE AND LOSS OF LIFE.

Oldham, N’ot. 15—-On Sunday night, about seven o’clock, a fire discovered in the larie cotton spinning and weaving mill belonging Messrs. Milne, Travis, and Milne, situate Sbnw, in Crompton, near Oldham. The flames were first seen a female named Wolfendeo, resident near the fact
29 November 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland