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NOTICE Importers FROM LONDON TO SLIGO, Thi A. I. Shoo. nib T 0 I *§, 150 Tods Uortlien, . And

NOTICE Importers FROM LONDON TO SLIGO, Thi A. I. Shoo. nib T 0 I *§, 150 Tods Uortlien, . And

the A. I. Brig A ]VI» R E IT€» E O/ SLIGO, Tons Burthen, Huou Ciavoli, Commaoder, hoik ReyuUr Traders kelvefa L.OXOO.'V A ATE) THE former VeMel will tail for London on tbc OrccipHer, an»l the ASDIiEW NUGENT, On the 14th. For Fitisht, Haply Mr. William Law O’Gilbt, li<Krmn Court,
29 November 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SPERMACETI AND LAMP OILS, W FLOOD, No. 52, GREAT BRITAIN• STREET, CHANDLER TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE LORD LIEUTENANT, and Successor

SPERMACETI AND LAMP OILS, W FLOOD, No. 52, GREAT BRITAIN• STREET, CHANDLER TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE LORD LIEUTENANT, and Successor

to the late Mrs. SREREOCK, begs leave to announce to his Customers and the Public his having received a farce consignment of the purest SPERMACETI and SEAL OILS, which he will sell at the lowest profit for cash. He particularly invites public attention to his extensive stock of
29 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PEREMPTORY SALE. Patrick Cortis, Esq., T>UaSUANT to (be Plaintiff; Decree In Cause, John O* Sullivan, Minor, v bearing date 26th

PEREMPTORY SALE. Patrick Cortis, Esq., T>UaSUANT to (be Plaintiff; Decree In Cause, John O* Sullivan, Minor, v bearing date 26th

day and several othen, of 1831,1 will, Defendants. on WEDNESDAY, the J day of NOVEMBER not, the hour of Two o'clock 'n the afternoon, at Chambers on the Inos'-quay, in the City of Dublin, set and sell Public Cant, the highest and fairest bidder, the Interest of the said defendan
29 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

TITO spirited steeple chases for gold cup, valve 100 sad a snuff-box, vaJae guineas, took place war Gloucester Thursday. Both were won gallant style Hankey, Hussars. SHIP NEWS. Tun FINOAL STKAMKB.— This VC«MI sailed from Belfast Friday, at 8 r-M., with the wind from WNW. After s
29 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTED,

WANTED,

TO proceed immediately to a healthy Island in the West Indies, one two respectable youm^len wha have general knowledge of Woollen and goods Unquestionable references as to character and Ability be required. A respectable Lad between I4and / I6 also he received under Indentures,
30 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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GAME-KEEPERS,

GAME-KEEPERS,

Carey, Joseph, Game-keeper S. 11. Atkins, Esq , Bird Hill Doherty, James, ditto to the Earl of Dunraven, Hammond, John, do. Lord Cuillamore, llockharton. MacDonough, Denis, do. John Waller, Esq., Castle Massy, John, do Joseph Lysaght Penefather, Esq. Lack land, Newport. John, do
29 November 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
ING SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS.

ING SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS.

This excellent Depilatory is perfectly safe in the application and certain in its effccta. Price 3s. and 3s. fid. THE VENETIAN BLOOM YOUTH AND BEAUTY: Or the Imperial Vegetable. Pitrdttftr the Skn. (A peculiarly elegant preparation from the beautiful A islet,) recommended to the
30 November 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC DINNER TO MR. JOHN WALSH.

PUBLIC DINNER TO MR. JOHN WALSH.

Tuesday evening, the friends of Mr. Walsh, and the Repeal of the Union, dined at ills. Mahony’s Great Rooms, Patrick-street. Mr. O’Connell would have presided, but the fatigue, consequent the learned gentleman’s exertions the King’s Bench, totally precluded the possibility of In
30 November 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lof jodiuid ciirnagv. The whole force of the explosion, fragments of the boilers, steam and water, seemed to have expended

lof jodiuid ciirnagv. The whole force of the explosion, fragments of the boilers, steam and water, seemed to have expended

titemselves the inmates the ladies’ cabin,— When their clothes were carefully removed, the shin, and even flesh followed, and it was torturing to humanity even attempting to soften or relievo their sufferings. Some were terribly bruised aud had their limbs broken, while others w
30 November 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
there was must crowded attendance the Common Pleas, and not merely those whom the great local importance of the circumstance

there was must crowded attendance the Common Pleas, and not merely those whom the great local importance of the circumstance

attracted, but of the public generally. Mr. Bennett, K.C. stated the case for the plaintiff, and Mr. Cavendish himself addressed the jury at groat length and must eloquently on his own behalf. Amungst the witnesses examined on the defence were, Dr. Burke, Swineford, Mr. O’Dowd,
30 November 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland