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tO, DECEMBER 2, 1833. Per Sack.

tO, DECEMBER 2, 1833. Per Sack.

TO COMMENCE FLO OZ. DRS. WIIKATEN. Quartern Half-Quart errs 5 8 7}d. 2 4d. lIOUsriIOLD. Oq the (Hihinst., in AnnaKh, the wife of Mr- Patrick Fannon, carpenter, was delivered of three children, all females, who, with the mother, are duin£ well. MARRIED. On '-sday xnornine, by his
30 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE OLD E. Fi-jzgeuald. ( From the Keepsake. ) leinporis ftcti.” The days used laugh, Tom, tales of lose, a»d

THE OLD E. Fi-jzgeuald. ( From the Keepsake. ) leinporis ftcti.” The days used laugh, Tom, tales of lose, a»d

tales of passion ; The bowls used quaff. Torn, la toasting all the toasts in fashion ; The heaths and hills ranged, Tom, Wbem limb ne’er fail'd, when step ne’er falter’d Alas ! how things are chang’d, Tom, How we— and all the world—are alter’d ! A few scarce heeded years, Tom. A
30 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
O'CONNELL ANNUITY",

O'CONNELL ANNUITY",

have received from Clara, through the hands of Mr. James Dillon, 361. 10s., including the annual subscription of 11, 10s. each from the Rev. Patrick Barry, Roman Catholic rector, and Edward Cox. Esq., J.P., Clara House ; and 1/. each from the Rev. Michael Coghlan, C. C. ; Mrs. C
30 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OF THE PILOT.

OF THE PILOT.

At half-past ten o’clock this morning the Judges took their seats on the Bench : proclamation was then made for the jury, when ten juror* only answered to their names ; the Court then desired that they should called on fiaes of £2O each, when a sufficient number were obtained ;
30 November 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
IMIU.'E OF STOCKS, N.itumbt.r,‘.’7. Hank lri>h per Cent. Comwls, Exchequer Hills, per Cent Goveram Debentures, per Cen:. „ )verninent Stuck,

IMIU.'E OF STOCKS, N.itumbt.r,‘.’7. Hank lri>h per Cent. Comwls, Exchequer Hills, per Cent Goveram Debentures, per Cen:. „ )verninent Stuck,

per Cent, Government Stock New, :tj per Cent. Grand Canal L. Cent. HERAIiT*. Du. do. per Cent. Rovol Canal Stock, Gt.uul Csuial Stock, Mining Company Ireland, • i
30 November 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
VITVE.

VITVE.

COURT OF CIIAXCF.CY, Nov. Mr. Richards applied lo I lie Lord Chancellor in a matter to a ward the court. The applcation was upon the petition of the father ot a young lady, which staled that she was entitled to considerable fortune under the will of a per- sen deceased, and thbt
30 November 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THOMAS HARVEY.

THOMAS HARVEY.

The Detailed Account may bo seen in the Ballast Office. ■IOHN MHNN, } ROSS T. SMYTH, > Auditors, SAMUEL ALEXANDER, J
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THEATRE KOVAL.

THEATRE KOVAL.

On Saturday the Commander of the Forces and his youthful bride honored the representation with their patronage. The Comedy of the Rival* was well performed, and the Farce of The Poor Soldier elicited much and deserved applause. There was nothing very rem-trkable in the acting, u
30 November 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONSTABULARY.

THE CONSTABULARY.

The Magistrates and inhabitants or Tuam have memorialed the Lord Lieutenant continue as Superintendent of Police that district, James Fitzgerald O’Connor, Esq.,son of the Provost of Tralee. Captain Flinter, of the Police, to take charge of the County Antrim, Sub-Inspector, in pl
30 November 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE WOOLLEN DHAFEIIY. THE IMPORT WAREHOUSE, 10, COLLEG 12-GREEN, OPPOSITE TRINITY-STREET. ESTABLISHED, 1831. HUMPHRYS AND COMYNS, Proprietors. The object held

FASHIONABLE WOOLLEN DHAFEIIY. THE IMPORT WAREHOUSE, 10, COLLEG 12-GREEN, OPPOSITE TRINITY-STREET. ESTABLISHED, 1831. HUMPHRYS AND COMYNS, Proprietors. The object held

in view at the opening of this Ei-; Üblisbroenc was, to combine Respectability and Economy, namely— presenting to the Public Articles free.Trbiii any imposition in their character"and quality, nt the Cheapest Rate. How far the principle has-been acted upon, will be best judged o
30 November 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland