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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
 
MORE GRUB FOR THE GREYS.

MORE GRUB FOR THE GREYS.

The Deanery of Lichfield is vacant —who is to have it Beyond all doubt a Greyling!—’Tis a pity that “my youngest son, who is intended for orders,” not yet old enough, or else —hah! Surely the country is disgusted with all this nepotism —if not, it is, in very truth—to use the cl
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
We have letters and papers from Lisbon to the 10th, and from Oporto to the 1-lth. The war has not

We have letters and papers from Lisbon to the 10th, and from Oporto to the 1-lth. The war has not

during the last fortnight taken any turn advantageous to either side. The forces of Miguel hold Santarem and all Portugal behind it.— Don Pedro has the coast and some twenty miles of the interior, and neither party seems strong enough, even if the season was favourable for opera
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
LETTER FROM CAPTAIN IIIRT TO ADMIRAL NAPIER.

LETTER FROM CAPTAIN IIIRT TO ADMIRAL NAPIER.

Lord—l Ik'jJ inform you that the enemy attacked our position at the morninz of the instant, in three columns, consisting of infantry and cavalry, to the number of under the command of General I.cmos. The English and Portuguese marines under my command were stationed in front of
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
“ F.ver ending, still beginning

“ F.ver ending, still beginning

F.ver ending, still beginning and so will it continue as long as the fatal principle of governing Ireland as to conciliate the wretched rabble of Papists there acted upon. Mr. O’Connell is perfectly right. What was granted in 1778 was only an instalment—what was granted in 1782 w
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE LO: ,Y SENTINEL

THE LO: ,Y SENTINEL

THE ,Y SENTINEL anticipatkd change in the ministry. During the last week it has been very generally rumoured, in many of the London Papers, that a change, if not a total overthrow, of the present Ministry is about to take place, in consequence of the resignation of Karl Grey, who
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SIR R. A FERGUSON AND MR. O’CONNELL.

SIR R. A FERGUSON AND MR. O’CONNELL.

SIR R. FERGUSON AND MR. O’CONNELL. After a good deal of pressing from various quarters, for some explanation respecting the strange, and, as it now appears, unfounded calumny which Mr. O’Connell was reported to have uttered, at the dinnner lately given to him in Cork, against the
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ALL LETTERS POST PAID.

ALL LETTERS POST PAID.

NOTICE. A person* having accounts against the LONDONDER/V RY GAS LIGHT COMPANY, will please furnish them up/to the first of the present month, ami have them left with the Clrrk at the Works, otherwise they will not paid. It is requested that Shareholders, who have not as yet rec
30 November 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland