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CAPTURE OF* A E’IBATB.

CAPTURE OF* A E’IBATB.

11. M. S. Trinculo, 16, Commander Warren, ha* again fallen ia. with another clipper aehouner the coart of Africa, called the Charidad, which she captured after an animated chase of fourteen hours, during part of which time she stood several shot* at her masts and rigging, and co
30 November 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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Wat (Ho»r, lifsir —Ywil ina'’ —ii*;*, may *ll ll'i* —ro'i mi» I'* a'l mti rciiiralpri ; ;pt I*m »ure, you «rr *ll mlcerity, n« *urh you cannot lii'licve with hoiicMv nrju»ticato pitnith * man Inramc lie (tianiMril the jti c- ire repeal.— liven if you twelve anti-rcpeulera, I app
30 November 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
from th« fo»i«ntiff ffnaHiamhip (Inmrriio IcCiklanire 'line pr.itfction wltirli rover »•* until we hate our pirlUfrrnf in Gentlemen ihe inrv.

from th« fo»i«ntiff ffnaHiamhip (Inmrriio IcCiklanire 'line pr.itfction wltirli rover »•* until we hate our pirlUfrrnf in Gentlemen ihe inrv.

are\nn «l»n<l between Ireland and iln»e ndraniitee* > It ir hr; reuse eorli en ohjert for that hie pnlilij reiinn it prnterntrd. Iniok to this pnhlica'innlook lo it from end ihe oilier, and tee whet are the s nnt rail von do that nltrcli the Attorner General hat ilnne—to out • p
30 November 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
bUihmeDt'ladies’ Riding Dresses fitted in superior style.

bUihmeDt'ladies’ Riding Dresses fitted in superior style.

bUihmeDt 'ladies’ Riding Dresses fitted in superior style. NATIONAL DEAF AND DUMB INSTITUTION, AT CLAREMONT, NEAR OLAMMEVIN. Patrones*. Her Most Grackma Majesty, (iuwy Adelaide. // Patron, His Royal Highness, the Duke of Gl|U£«ter r™E ANNUAL CHARITY SERMON, is 1 to be Preached, G
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WIDENING OF NASSAU-STREET.

WIDENING OF NASSAU-STREET.

The committee appointed for performing this most desirable object, met again on Wednesday at Morrisson’s great rooms, at the appointed time (half-past 3 o’clock). Mr. O’Connell, M.P. for the ciiy, was punctually attendance, also the following members of the committee —the Lord M
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHO IS THE TRAITOR ?

WHO IS THE TRAITOR ?

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30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE D ÜBLEN OB SEiiV E B.

THE D ÜBLEN OB SEiiV E B.

THE OB E B. —evaporate with the'fl atulent frigolcs. Scouts w. re now seiat forward ; but as no enemy was to be seen, feeling my inner man beeinning to complain, I went down to the village of Cluilca, and prevailed an old dame to knock up a mess of stewed mnl'et and fowl* for mys
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FIGHT.

THE FIGHT.

Roind 1. The moment the men stood to their puard, the style of Swift showed the perfect adept, while, from the manner in which Eylcs held his hands, leaving his nob uncovered, it was foreseen that he would not he long before he received a practical illustration of his error. Swi
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
that defendant was the proprietor, and that the Algerine Act meant Hie Coercive Bil, when Mr. O’Connell said he would

that defendant was the proprietor, and that the Algerine Act meant Hie Coercive Bil, when Mr. O’Connell said he would

save them the trouble, and admit it all. The Solicitor-General—Then we have nothing more to prove. (The libel was then read.) Mr. O’Connell, Mr. Sheil, Mr. Woulfe, and Mr. Pigott, then occupied the court an hour on law points, as to the want of a continuance on the roll, and aft
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE CITIZENS OF LIMERICK.

TO THE CITIZENS OF LIMERICK.

Gekti.emen —An set of Purlioment for tiippljing Oily wiili water was oliluined about eight years ago, but which has oever since been acted upon. It must be in the recollection of most of you, that great opposition was made to this measure when first brought forward ; public meet
30 November 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland