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FOREIGN INTELLIG ENCE. FALL OF SANTAREM Suntarem hnxfallen ! and Miynel and his army here retreated m Eloas ! !

FOREIGN INTELLIG ENCE. FALL OF SANTAREM Suntarem hnxfallen ! and Miynel and his army here retreated m Eloas ! !

Sucli at lea-it is the intelligence brought by the Nova Diligent*, which arrived in our harbour yesterday, in ten days, from (be Tagus. 11 this news be true, and we have at present no reason to doubt it, the game is nearly up with Miguel, for Elvas is on the Spanish frontier, an
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FALL OF VITIORIA

FALL OF VITIORIA

FALL VITIORIA We are glad to be able to state that the contents of a telegraphic dispatch from Bayonne have leached Paris, announcing the entry of General Sarsfield into Vittoria on the evening of the 19th inst.— Globe. {From the Globe of Wednesday.) We have received the followin
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUB LI N OBSVM V E B

THE DUB LI N OBSVM V E B

THE LI N V E B niunaLement your family, you consider him roadman; and indeed Englishmen or Scotchmen are not always as carefnl they should be of their domestic affairs (a laugh,) and yet they have the i>remimptioM to tell us they can manage our concerns better than we could ourse
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH

THE CHURCH

The Bishop of Bristol continues at Weymouth ; but his lordship is last recovering from his recent indisposition. The lion, and Rev. Henry Howard, brother to the Bari of Carlisle, is appointed to the ot Lichfield ; and the Rev. Dr. Hunt, of Bedford, divine well known for learning
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
November 31)

November 31)

of the Noblesse, it is well known, was fostered by the ercat Catherine, who thus, by embroiling her neighbours. hoped to pursue unmolested her projects of ag - grandisement, line of conduct which the contemporary events of our own time have shewn to he the hereditary poly of the
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MIDNIGHT CABINET,

THE MIDNIGHT CABINET,

Arrived last night, from Lnmbton Castle, the Right Hon the Earl of Durham."— Fashionable Arrivals. A Cabinet Council was summoned last night Downingstreet. The Ministers sat in deliberation till after midnight.’’— Court Circular. They met —that gloomy Conclave met. What time wit
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER .30, 18.3.3. . thu crilmrarteristic iieruic to tlie tlirouo <>f tlie monnrcti, they ranaot be eoutent «ith anything

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER .30, 18.3.3. . thu crilmrarteristic iieruic to tlie tlirouo <>f tlie monnrcti, they ranaot be eoutent «ith anything

short of the vicilunt, paternal, aud presiding care of a national legislature. Scnrcely day passes In this unfortunate country that does not bring the aceoaut of seizure of crops, auction of rattle, nmidst circumstances of cruelty that would till eyeu Pagan with compassion. If h
30 November 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
a a. I*S 1\ 24 9 :id 2*» 12 On

a a. I*S 1\ 24 9 :id 2*» 12 On

30 November 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
f illnnr, from tlic <lny tlmt wtt tee « imi'linmrnt in Colli-j'e-(rrren, itn attended l*» crowd*, who would hle*« the

f illnnr, from tlic <lny tlmt wtt tee « imi'linmrnt in Colli-j'e-(rrren, itn attended l*» crowd*, who would hle*« the

connexion with Engrlend, for it would then ho hle*aed, nnd who wojld then obtain from the fo*terio(f (riinrdl>i'i*liip of domestin le|fi*lntnre that protection which never expert *ee nntil have oor parliament in Ireland ngpthi. Gentlemeonf the jury, are yon prepared to stand bet
30 November 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
OF NEWSPAPERS. prnwnJtinn is to b* Instituted egMnst the fur »letter of Mr. O'Connell’., eppeared * tl far back as

OF NEWSPAPERS. prnwnJtinn is to b* Instituted egMnst the fur »letter of Mr. O'Connell’., eppeared * tl far back as

the Bth of April lait. 'v'luM sorry think that the mantle of rl \r.glt»ey had descended the .boulder. 1,,' Wellesley administration, or that the acriprrserution eihihited the former ia .jj.in.t ‘h* of - • > ■ sot d'gree, imitated hi. more popular 18 " The paper upon which the fa
30 November 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland