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THE DUBLIN OBSERVER

THE DUBLIN OBSERVER

CAPT. WATHEN—THE FIFTEEN! H HUSSAIIS. Captain Watben, we understand, continues under the close arrest into which he was ordered by Lieute, ant Colonel Lord Hrndencll, under the circumstances described in our number of Tuesday, and will doubtless remain there unt 1 it is signifie
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHOLERA.,

CHOLERA.,

lament find that this dreadful pcstilenco is at prelent raging, wiih the ulmosi viiulence, in the villages and country parts b Tderirg the counties of Armagh and Monaghan. And what makes the case still worse —what inu%t impart additional .streng h to the desolating influence of
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A NOBLE CONVERT

A NOBLE CONVERT

NOBLE CONVERT A letter fiom-110013 dated November 8, mentions that the Papal court lias been thrown into a state great excitement and anger, by the announcement of the Grand Duke Lucca’s abjuration of Catholicity, and of his having entered the Protestant church. The Holy Father,”
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THR DUBLIN OBSI * V!

THR DUBLIN OBSI * V!

THR DUBLIN V! poorer rank than that in which they were born. The first point is generally effected during childh' ; when every day, and almost every hour of the day. something happens impress them with fear of such degradation as attaches to imprudent marriages.— The second purpo
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO ALL WHO REQUIRE THE AID OF SPECTACLES, WILLIAM NELSON, OPTICIAN AND JEWELLER, (Late of Essex-quay,) BEGS leave to inform

TO ALL WHO REQUIRE THE AID OF SPECTACLES, WILLIAM NELSON, OPTICIAN AND JEWELLER, (Late of Essex-quay,) BEGS leave to inform

his Friends, Customers, ami tlie Public generally, that be has removed to No, 37, LOWER ORMOND-QUAY, (Near the Metal fridge,) Where, being enabled to extend his Manufacturing Department, he trusts he can offer for Sale every article in his Line, of superior workmanship, which, b
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANDON SCHOOL.

BANDON SCHOOL.

AT the Annual Examinations the Swcrkr Scriptures, held on Monday and Tuesday, and 26th instant, the following young Gentlemen obtained Premiums in their respective classes, viz Somerville, Longheld, Imus, (Hichawl) Longfield, 2dus, (Geo.) Teulon, Mason, sen., (Jacob) 2dus, (John
30 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
tO, DECEMBER 2, 1833. Per Sack.

tO, DECEMBER 2, 1833. Per Sack.

TO COMMENCE FLO OZ. DRS. WIIKATEN. Quartern Half-Quart errs 5 8 7}d. 2 4d. lIOUsriIOLD. Oq the (Hihinst., in AnnaKh, the wife of Mr- Patrick Fannon, carpenter, was delivered of three children, all females, who, with the mother, are duin£ well. MARRIED. On '-sday xnornine, by his
30 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE OLD E. Fi-jzgeuald. ( From the Keepsake. ) leinporis ftcti.” The days used laugh, Tom, tales of lose, a»d

THE OLD E. Fi-jzgeuald. ( From the Keepsake. ) leinporis ftcti.” The days used laugh, Tom, tales of lose, a»d

tales of passion ; The bowls used quaff. Torn, la toasting all the toasts in fashion ; The heaths and hills ranged, Tom, Wbem limb ne’er fail'd, when step ne’er falter’d Alas ! how things are chang’d, Tom, How we— and all the world—are alter’d ! A few scarce heeded years, Tom. A
30 November 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
O'CONNELL ANNUITY",

O'CONNELL ANNUITY",

have received from Clara, through the hands of Mr. James Dillon, 361. 10s., including the annual subscription of 11, 10s. each from the Rev. Patrick Barry, Roman Catholic rector, and Edward Cox. Esq., J.P., Clara House ; and 1/. each from the Rev. Michael Coghlan, C. C. ; Mrs. C
30 November 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OF THE PILOT.

OF THE PILOT.

At half-past ten o’clock this morning the Judges took their seats on the Bench : proclamation was then made for the jury, when ten juror* only answered to their names ; the Court then desired that they should called on fiaes of £2O each, when a sufficient number were obtained ;
30 November 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland