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NOTICE. There «m be gran: CHCRCH of the CONC street, MONDAY, the 13th Patronage of her Excellency the LESLEY, who

NOTICE. There «m be gran: CHCRCH of the CONC street, MONDAY, the 13th Patronage of her Excellency the LESLEY, who

has graciously signified present. Particular* will be announced on Marlborough-street, 2filh Novemi MENDICITY INS'- 9, USHER'S ISLAND. / l Tuesday, 26th No*., 1 i'HE recent advance in the price of Potatoes hauaftpro-1 ducod the immediate effect of increasing the number of destit
30 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVES OF THE SAINTS.

LIVES OF THE SAINTS.

A very beautiful, and, considering the enormous quantity of letter-press, very cheap edition, of this invaluable work has been published by Mr. Coyne, and his announcement of it will be found in our advertising columns. Here we cannot resist the pleasure of making the following
30 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH MEMBERS—MR. HILL,

THE IRISH MEMBERS—MR. HILL,

The following Irish members have published disclaimers die imputation put forward Mr. Hill, at the Hull meeting • Daniel O'Connell John O’Connell, R. L. Shell, A. C. O Dwyer, .1. Roe, Morgan O’Connell, Richard Sullivan, (>. S. Barry, Hon. P. S. Butler, F. O'Connor, Dr. Baldwin,
30 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NO. 628-VOL. XU. New Works of Fiction, by distinguished Writers, just pnh-1 by Messrs. Bull and Chubton, Library, 28, Holles-strecl,

NO. 628-VOL. XU. New Works of Fiction, by distinguished Writers, just pnh-1 by Messrs. Bull and Chubton, Library, 28, Holles-strecl,

London. rj ILEM M A 8 OF PRIDE. A-w fly (be author of * First Love,” &c. THE FROLICS OF PUCK; Or, Woman’s Will. A Novel. In vols. A Second Edition in 3 vols. AIMS AND ENDS. By Mr. Sheridan. thfe work you see the rarest of all literary beaut^i—. a beautiful mind.”— of Pelham, CAR
30 November 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HAUT TON.

HAUT TON.

Brighton, Nov. 26 Yesterdsy morning the King gave audience to Major M Donald- His Majesty afterwards drove out as far as Rottingdean, accompanied the Duchess of Gloucester. The Queen has not been public for the last few days,in consequence of slight cold, which has confined her
30 November 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AFFIDAVIT OF » KEWRY.

AFFIDAVIT OF » KEWRY.

County of Down to before us, this day, assembled Petly Sessions, , who, having been duly sworn on the9lb day of April lost, (some days after the trial of the Newry riot case at sessions,) he was in company with . of Newry, principal prosecutor in the case alluded to, and heard h
30 November 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1111: OLD F.STAELISIIED HOUSE FURNISHING, IRONNOHCIEBY, HARD-WARE, SADLERY, A.VD BRUSH WARE HOUSE, 1114 U YTRkT. ILILKtUNT. L. BUTLER B EGS

1111: OLD F.STAELISIIED HOUSE FURNISHING, IRONNOHCIEBY, HARD-WARE, SADLERY, A.VD BRUSH WARE HOUSE, 1114 U YTRkT. ILILKtUNT. L. BUTLER B EGS

Inve to return his most ,inure thanks to the Nubility, Gentry, his Friends and the Public, for the decided preference be has eaperienced since his commencement in T . From his unreniiiting attention and a wish to se, he hope* for a continuance of public patronage He has at prese
30 November 1833 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
JAMES MEALY

JAMES MEALY

A NNOUNCES to the Friend* who luxe hitherto kindly favoured his Establishment. awl to the Public in general, that he ia, as usual, well supplied with a varied &marmot' of Articles in his line Business. Ile particularly attention (and puts to the test of scrutiny), his Stock of g
30 November 1833 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
TIIF. NEW JU.iY RILL

TIIF. NEW JU.iY RILL

Mr. Liitletoo ba* addrrtred circular lilt different Lord Lieutenants of Counties, calling upon them to impress upon the Magistracy the necessity of attending to the duties imposed upon them, in refising the lists of the Juries, as required undei the new Jury Bill.”— Register. Th
30 November 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
You. XI!.—No. 1,826. TRIAL AT BAR-H _ KING'S BKM

You. XI!.—No. 1,826. TRIAL AT BAR-H _ KING'S BKM

You. XI!.—No. 1,826. TRIAL BAR-H _ KING'S BKM The full Court rat pi Jury were iwom William Long, dcorge Ualahan, Thomas Finley, James ferrier, ROSECUTION MR. BARRETT. (C||—iJt'BLis*. TtiK«nAT, Nor. 26. >reduelj eleven o’clock. The following TsaacMaf. D’Olier, I Thos. Richardson,
30 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland