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THE MISSES ABBQTTS SEMINARY, FOR THE GENERAL JiDUQA TIONOFYOUNO LADIES, No. 23, TALBOT-STREET, (Carolin’s Buildings,) third house from Lower Gardincr-strcct.

THE MISSES ABBQTTS SEMINARY, FOR THE GENERAL JiDUQA TIONOFYOUNO LADIES, No. 23, TALBOT-STREET, (Carolin’s Buildings,) third house from Lower Gardincr-strcct.

THE MISSES ABBOTT beg to announce to their Friends and tile Public in general, that they have oucned the above Seminary for the Education of Young Skd trust that the numerous advantages it presents for thereuiasition of an Education, uniting solidity of informaJon/to^a pf>fif»ei
30 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE THEATRE.

THE THEATRE.

Notwithstanding: the rich and interesting: treat proseated to the Dublin theatrical folk by the performances of that inimitable actor, Farrkv, we regret to say that the houses during the week have proved far from remunerative to the Manaper. Those who are aware the e*. timation
30 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY or MONAGHAN.

COUNTY or MONAGHAN.

COUNTY MONAGHAN. John Main and William' al ii anil other*, PlaintUU. Tho*. Wire, Trevor Corry, Assignee of Edward Farrell, Bankrupt, ami others. Defendants. I PURSUANT to Do. cree inaile in tl<is Cansp, lieariiiK dale the 28th day of June, IH.’ld, will, on Thurwlay, 'the 7th day
30 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
* Wliiteftcl' crimes eontamiutß, degrade, and weaken our native land.” have read that entire passage for you. I now ask

* Wliiteftcl' crimes eontamiutß, degrade, and weaken our native land.” have read that entire passage for you. I now ask

yourselves is there one amonjrst you who would bo ashamed of being the author of that passage ? there a man amongst you who would not feel indignation if had ' composed that passage, at any improper motive being assigned him in writing it ? What manifestly the object of the writ
30 November 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY DUBLIN SESSIONS—KILMAINHAM

COUNTY DUBLIN SESSIONS—KILMAINHAM

On Tuesday last these sessions were held, pursuant to adjournment. Captain Savage and other magistrates were on the bench with the chairman. ASSAULT CARYSFORT AVENUE, ON MR. ANDEUSON. Thomas Kelehan and Michael Boylan were indicted for gross and violent assault on Mr. Henry Ande
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO M. D. HILL, EfQ., M. P.

TO M. D. HILL, EfQ., M. P.

Sir—As one of the forty Irish members who opposed the coercion bill, and having read a speech reported to have been spoken you Hull, feel it to be my duty to call upon you to name the individual amongst us, represented by you have urged ministers not to bate one tittle of that b
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ac nittcd. When the liberator left Peru, the party to the Columbians having ie«umed thoir asc-endenoy, Gui-e was again reinstated

Ac nittcd. When the liberator left Peru, the party to the Columbians having ie«umed thoir asc-endenoy, Gui-e was again reinstated

in command of the squadron : and, on the war breaking out with Columbia, warped his shin very seamanlike manner unto the town of Guayaquil, and summoned the garrison to surrender. I'his being refused, he opened a fire on the town, which was replied to by a masked battery of four
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A MISS

A MISS

A vessel Smyrna, bound to Glasgow, laden with Aladderroot Ac. partly at Kilmore, Wednesday’; but some lonunale conjuncture, escaped. Had she become sleadv fixture the beach, she must have ]>ui a cool liundred or two iutotlie pockets of sundry gentlemen, who doubt, are now blessi
30 November 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
.VOTIVE.

.VOTIVE.

Countv of Wexford. }XT OTIC is hereby given, that to Wit. SPECIAL SESSIONS of the 5 PEACE, for the Division of KEY for the purpose of examining the High Constables Joists very man within such Division, (vizthe baroniesof BALLAGHKEENE, GO KEY and SCAUAWALSH.) qualified and liable
30 November 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS NEW JUKY HILL.

THIS NEW JUKY HILL.

THIS NEW HILL. Mr. Littleton has addressed a circular to the different Lord Lieutenants of counties, calling upon them to impress upon the Magistracy the necessity of attending to the duties imposed upon them, in revising lists the juries, as rcquirid under the new Jury Bill.’— H
30 November 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland