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TO TBE ESITOa OF THE W ATE .TOED MAIL.

TO TBE ESITOa OF THE W ATE .TOED MAIL.

Waterford, Nor. 14,1833. Sib —The association of scurrility and malignity is eery properly manifested in the letter of yonr correspondent, Ciris. appears to disbelieve theeaiatence of any I Orange institutions in Waterford, and with peculiar impudence applies to his self-sought
30 November 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
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30 November 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Daring the sojourn of Pops Pius the 7th in Pans, previous to the coronation of Buonaparte, the Pontiff paid a

Daring the sojourn of Pops Pius the 7th in Pans, previous to the coronation of Buonaparte, the Pontiff paid a

visit to the Imperial printing office, a low bred young man persisted in keeping on his hat; several persons, indignant at the indecorum, advanced to take it off. A little confusion arose, and the Pope observin? tbe cause, stepped and said, in tone of kindness truly patriarchal.
30 November 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LONDONDERRY

THE LONDONDERRY

FLOYD’S HOTEL, i 15, SHIPQUAY-STREET. FLOYD, grateful to his Friends and the Public for their very liberal support during Twenty Years in his LATE ESTABLISHMENT, on the Ship-Ouav, begs leave to announce that he has REMOVED to the above extensive and commodious House, lately occu
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THOMAS AND MICHAEL MULHOLLAND A Co.,

THOMAS AND MICHAEL MULHOLLAND A Co.,

PROPRIETORS OF THE ABOVE SPLENDID ESTABLISHMENT, BEG most respectfully to announce to the Nobility, Gentry, and Public in general, that they havo received) of their WINTER ASSORTMENTS, Seventy Bales, and will receive, in the course of a few days, Bales, containing:— West of Engl
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
price o:

price o:

price Bank Stock. Consols, 3 per Cent ' Gov. Deb. per Cent...; Gov. Stock, 3.J per Cent.. Gov. Stock, per Cent... Gd. Cl. Loan( Red. )6p.ct. Royal Canal Stock Hibernian Bank Provincial Bank Irish Mining Company. Ziit DUBLIN: SA TURD AK, NO VEMBER3D, 1833. POOR RATES IN IRELAND. t
30 November 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KERRY EVENING EOST-

THE KERRY EVENING EOST-

coarse immediately granted. The officer appointed to succeed him some worn out vetenui, who sels out in the Gazette following thatvn which appointment to full pay is announced; « nd l ®®* young officer of the regiment of very few , standing and 1.0 actual service, succeeds to th
30 November 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
SMUGGLERS.

SMUGGLERS.

A sovere coufliot took place on the Bth instant, between party smuggler*, and the Revenue Officers, between Peyrestortes and Estagle, in the Pyrenees Orientales. The smugglers had lauded quantity of contraband tobacco, the shore Saiute Marie, and were proceeding carry it the cou
30 November 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
BUTLER’S LIVES OF THE SAINTS. f’l'MIE most valuable and interesting CATHOLIC, ever ottered will Published MONDAY I •2d of December,

BUTLER’S LIVES OF THE SAINTS. f’l'MIE most valuable and interesting CATHOLIC, ever ottered will Published MONDAY I •2d of December,

by R. COYNE, Dublin, Printer a* seller to the Roman Catholic College of Patrie nooth, and Publisher to the Roman Catholic Bishop! laud. HI TLER'S SAINTS' LIVES, heretofore published in Twelve Vols., at .L’ti, in Boards, now for the t:r--t time Stereotyped, iu Two Vols., Royal Oc
30 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DU BUN. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, Owing to the extreme severity of the weather, the English Mail did not arrive until

DU BUN. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, Owing to the extreme severity of the weather, the English Mail did not arrive until

two o’clock this morning. It conveys no foreign intelligence of importance.
30 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland