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cicty. That society has not yet been proclaimed, and is still era!; but if (be Lord Lieutenant choose* to proclaim

cicty. That society has not yet been proclaimed, and is still era!; but if (be Lord Lieutenant choose* to proclaim

it, can, the coercion bill, put it down tliis, there are other paragraphs which 1 shall pass over without comment. Let my advice be attended to, and ■ the Volunteers’ will again slJne forth in Irish history. Let them obey the law. and preserve themselves aud their sacred cause l
30 November 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Clwtiiti; pae&et.

Clwtiiti; pae&et.

No. 948. FOR SALE AND HIRE. PIANO-FORTES AND HARPS. WARRROOM, 22, BUFFOLK-STREET, EM'CUIJ.AGH respectfully bege leave to Announce • that his Waieroom is constantly stocked with an cle selection of Grand, Cabinet, and Square Piano-Fortes, possessing all the latest improvements, an
30 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The durum university magazine. No. 12, for December, price 2». firf.. Contains—l. Signs the Times—Political State ani Pr«- of liolami.—lt.

The durum university magazine. No. 12, for December, price 2». firf.. Contains—l. Signs the Times—Political State ani Pr«- of liolami.—lt.

Sung. By Robert CJilfillan.— lll.'fne Dead Bsxer ; an Irish Legend. Si/ the Avlhor of Ti* lt,pnd Sturirs of the Irish l‘eo»nnlry. —TV. Review : Derinoncjfurt’s Duchess Berri in Vendee.—V. Ireland, No. II. —VI. Notes a Tour through Palestine, toilk <«e* Kni/ranngt. VII. *• Mon Ag
30 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
sovr jonx of matiosia..

sovr jonx of matiosia..

jonx of matiosia.. , ,1 forgive tis-we not like this man. is foil hi . ..itrerness and the hlaok gall of Inquisition. A letter 'V'h has addressed to Lord Grey on th« apprehended < "areitv in the west of Ireland, hy icason of the deficient Twtoe crop teems with the evidence* fierc
30 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REPEAL OF THE UNION.

REPEAL OF THE UNION.

The •week has been fertUe In the w«y Repert M*** ***; J * Thursday there wr* a grtherin* of the united of St. Michael •nd St. John,” at ClUtord'a Room. CaaUe.atreet, where some half-a. .core, and no.snore, attended, to afford Mr. O’Coxxast an excuse for mak ing speech, which be
30 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
•SHIP CANAL.

•SHIP CANAL.

full meeting of the Ship Canal Committee took place yesterday the Corn Exchange, for the purpose considering what’ Steps should be taken respecting the answer of lairds of the Treasury to the application for ,100f. to pay Mr. Ciihit far the survey of the port Dublin, made to com
30 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

'Yesterday, at the of the Court, the names of the Jury, in this adjourned rase, were called over. They were ail ia attendance. The SowciToa-GEMKRAL then rose and said—My Lords and Gentlemen the Jury, you had yesterday plain and honest statement of ray Right Hon. Friend the Attor
30 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CHARITY SERMON.

CHARITY SERMON.

THE ANNUAL CHARITY SERMON in aid the Christ Church INFANTS/SCHOOL, will be preached in Christ Church, on Dec. I, BY THE REy^yHiLL. The Donations those who cannojyattend will be thankfully received by the Rev. C. Leslie, tlmrßev. W. Hill, and J. W, Topp, Esq. Nov. 26.
30 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
a clod aseaut/r.

a clod aseaut/r.

May Murphy a. Mary Morrimp, The partiee in tbit caee are fellow eorvanlt at tbe Club on the Adelphl, aad aa la nenal in such placet, tbe terraoti with to en)oj blgb life bcloir staira” nrbile tbeir enployan are enjoying tbemtelvei at a game of whiat or billiardt above ; during o
30 November 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEXFORD CONSERVATIVE BISHOP OF FERNS.

THE WEXFORD CONSERVATIVE BISHOP OF FERNS.

THE WEXFORD CONSERVATIVE BISHOP FERNS. Our highly-lalented Prelate, we observe, has puLlishetl his thoughts The Church Temporalities’ Bill.’ Any exposition coming from such able hands must clearly expose, and, if possible, tend to mitigate the evils confessedly counec.ed with unp
30 November 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland