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•• THE PENNY WISE."

•• THE PENNY WISE."

His Majesty’s government have directed the weekly penny allotted to the most deserving boys in the Duke of York's school Chelsea, stopped, even a penny a week a reward for good conduct is considered a waste the public money [ Mil. Littleton —Cakrk K-ON-tsrtn— Mr. Littleton, Secr
30 November 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
borrowed io llic of Ireland, the proportions f;*o<i upon iit the T'nion, unjust they were, were departed from, and flie

borrowed io llic of Ireland, the proportions f;*o<i upon iit the T'nion, unjust they were, were departed from, and flie

act was again violated. Then, tins act, which it sought to made even to discuss, guaranteed to the application of our surplus revenue to the lessening of our debt, the reduction of our taxes, the internal improvement of ourcoun- Iry. Isour surplus revenue appropriated to such a
30 November 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW JURY BILL.

NEW JURY BILL.

Mr. Littleton has addressed a circular to the different Lieutenants of Counties, calling on them to impress upon the magistracy the necessity of attending to the duties im. posed on them, in revising the lists of jurors, as twjuirid under the new Jury Bill. In pursuance of this
30 November 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF THE CITY OF WATERFORD.

COUNTY OF THE CITY OF WATERFORD.

COUNTY THE CITY WATERFORD. NOTICE is hereby given, that a Special Sessions will be held at the NEW GUILD HALL, in the said City, on THURSDAY, the Day of DECEMBER next, at the o’Clock, in the forenoon of said Day, fflr'fue purpose examining and revising the Li*ls of/£rors returned
30 November 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Rntter, pec «wl. Wheal, per Imr. do. Barley, do. Oatmeal, per cwi. Vlour, 2de,i>er bap B(te. do. do. Indian Coro.

Rntter, pec «wl. Wheal, per Imr. do. Barley, do. Oatmeal, per cwi. Vlour, 2de,i>er bap B(te. do. do. Indian Coro.

do. Meal, do. Bacon Plja, cwt. Scalded I’orfc do. do. Offal, do. WMakey. per pal. 81 16 if If d d. 28 19 21 16 IS *d. B**f, lb. do Pork, do. Ve*l, do. PotMooo, per Coiila. Newport. Cardiff. VJtiUei Tbureda?—74» TBs par Weighed, 167 Friday-—Rotter, 74s 78s par cwt. Number firkins
30 November 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
| "ns llir rcj<isli*reil pr<t|iri " ',,l l ilol. v, (>•(• nni'll "islu’il know \( lie won l«f--, ,11,11 to

| "ns llir rcj<isli*reil pr<t|iri " ',,l l ilol. v, (>•(• nni'll "islu’il know \( lie won l«f--, ,11,11 to

»*k for »li«t rrHeoii the geuili-iiiHii «ere prove I!,.;, I,«»' the of the Pitot, (,('niiio 111 noiili' ihnt trouble hv »l i,| omi i.ivomlly edmitlinjf that hia l.e «as not Icoking for uuu.»i| !*"O ir *' S.iliril'ir-O-'iifm] ftaid, tlifre was aaatlirr ■„t v. »(iii’(l nisli ask f
30 November 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
roTinralon In mind* tlto ri«iog (rpneriifum i* mo.i«nro. Tlie nonnexion iliunoT I will not ought not—to ountiniie, nnlos* the Union

roTinralon In mind* tlto ri«iog (rpneriifum i* mo.i«nro. Tlie nonnexion iliunoT I will not ought not—to ountiniie, nnlos* the Union

rr|>ealpd. i», tlierefnre, my *nrred dnty exert every fui'ulU of mind bring about that state of the p'lblic mind in Ireland, in whirli every good man will ready to join with me the repeal of the Union ; matter what may hi« party, hi* religion. Id* prejudice*, hi* resentment*.” C
30 November 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
MARKIAG* 8.

MARKIAG* 8.

On Tuesday, at Wexford, Thomas Edmund Wright, Esq., of Hardwick Place, Dahlia, Jane Elisa, daughter of the late Cept. Morphy, of Wexford, aau granddaughter of the late Venerable Archdeacon Blgee. On the Slat Instant, In the Cathedral Church of Tnam, by the Rer.Mr. Moore, and aft
30 November 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
SATLIiDAV, JNOVLMBEIiaO, la.];).

SATLIiDAV, JNOVLMBEIiaO, la.];).

SATLIiDAV, la.];). of some extraordinary evil. However, the energies naturally strong mind soon came his succour, opined the door ha.-lily and entered ; unhappy The misfortune which had anticipated had really taken place. The remaii s (fids forefather and of Ids sister, and of hi
30 November 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
FI NERAL OF THE HON. CAPT. HOWARD’,

FI NERAL OF THE HON. CAPT. HOWARD’,

FI OF THE HON. CAPT. HOWARD’, The remains this lamented gentlemanwhose sad and untimely fate was announced a former number our Paper—were interred on Monday last in the soutbtrausept-aisle of the Cathedral of >St, Canice. The body was removed from the New Barracks about two o'clo
30 November 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland