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BANDON SCHOOL. Al' Annual Examinations in the Sacked Scripturf.B. held MONDAY and TUESDAY. and 26th instant, the following young Gentlemen

BANDON SCHOOL. Al' Annual Examinations in the Sacked Scripturf.B. held MONDAY and TUESDAY. and 26th instant, the following young Gentlemen

obtained Premiums in their respective dasses, viz. Somerville, Longfield. Imus, iwngfield, 2dus, (Geo.) Teulun, Mason, sen.. 2dus. (John) Conner, Imn«. (AVm. Robt.h'PoplCsmjasen., (Thos.) Meade. ;i(ius, (Tbos.) Kenney, Popbam, jun. (John) Kingston, sen. (Thomas) Baldwin, 2dus, (
30 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET, From the 25th day of March next, on such Teuns as may agreed rpHB HOUSE and CO'N£

TO BE LET, From the 25th day of March next, on such Teuns as may agreed rpHB HOUSE and CO'N£

JL STREET, at present the CASTLE, led In/thcAProprieton of e C/OKSTITITION Newspaper. / N.B—The Interest in the above woiMi&rSold ; it i« held under a Lease from the Corporation, for Years, from the 6th August, 1794, at the Yearly Rent of 65., late currency. Application to be ma
30 November 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

Thursday the magistrates at Lambeth Street received a letter, signed by Mewra. Twopenny and Esaeil, of Rochester, and stating that on Monday last, a person calling himself Lea, a Lambeth Street officer, applied tu Doctor Joyner, Kent magistrate, for a warrant to apprehend one Wi
30 November 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NAVV.

THE NAVV.

Portsmouth, Nov. 23—A court-msttial will beheld iii few days on board his Majesty’s ship Victory, to try Lieutenant Crawford, of the Charybdis, on no leas than fifteen charges, which Mr. Casley. a second master, brings against him, comprehending nnotlieer-like conduct, and breac
30 November 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
O’CONNEL TRIBUTE.

O’CONNEL TRIBUTE.

The ** O’Connell Begging Box,” xra« m requmtion here last Sunday, but the circulating medium was not xery flush, judging, from the proceeds, which only amounted, it said, to n ram not exceeding thirty pounds. singular that people not destitute of common sense, should be duped su
30 November 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
AfeaouATtoN-.

AfeaouATtoN-.

AfeaouATtoN - . We, the undersigned Archbishop* and Bishops, having seen Stereotype Edition of The Utcs of the Saints,’ by the Rev. Alban Butler, in Two Volumes, royal Byo., now Published Uvebatd Coyne, Cnpcl-slreet, Dublin; and being satisfied of its conformity with the Twelve V
30 November 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FALL OF SANTAREM.

FALL OF SANTAREM.

FALL SANTAREM. Santarem has fallen ! and Miguel and his army have retreated on Elvas ! ! Such at least is the intelligence brought the Nova Diligente, which arrived in our harbor yesterday in ten days from the Tagus, If this be true, and have present no reason to doubt it, the ga
30 November 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—Satcrday.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS—Satcrday.

COURT COMMON PLEAS —Satcrday. Mr. Jackson, K.C., was heard at considerable length, arauinß on behalf of the atlonicvs, that their fees should not reduced account of the change in the currency, and showed that those fees were taken aliquot parts of a pound, no matter whether the c
30 November 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MENT

MENT

of attornment was. by something which occurred afterwards, rendered void bv defeasance to some extent. It was quite plain that court could not so interpret it, and if there were bill now equity to restrain proceedings on that ground, the court considered that the hill would set
30 November 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The following resolutions were unanimously adopted, Resolved—That the report now read be adopted and recorded on our proceedings, and that

The following resolutions were unanimously adopted, Resolved—That the report now read be adopted and recorded on our proceedings, and that

a printed copy of it be forwarde4 to every practising Apothecary the kingdopa. „ Resolved —That the Petition to Parliament now j read be adopted, and presented (after having been duly signed) to the Hon. the House of Commons early in the ensuing session, and that the Licentiate
30 November 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland