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CASE OF CORK GIRLS.

CASE OF CORK GIRLS.

On Saturday week two very interesting little ] the one about eighteen, the other lixteen years of age, applied at the mansion-house for order to transmitted to Cork, saving they had been directed to do by the Mayor of Livernool, who had franked th:m to Dublin. The Lord Mayor waa
30 November 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
tOl UT CIKCf LAK.

tOl UT CIKCf LAK.

tOl CIKCf LAK. Ihe Kent and the Princess Victoria walked in liVdo I'ark vesterday morning'. la; Miu.ster transacted business yesterday at the oftic e the Secretary < Slate tor Foreign Adairs. Luhteiib-rg act Charge d'Adairs during the eol i d UTnjjtrda, the Hanovenaa Minister who
30 November 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Comity of Wexford. TO SOX.B, IXT E REST three Acres of Land, part the Demesne Land* RALLY 11 IKE, iu

Comity of Wexford. TO SOX.B, IXT E REST three Acres of Land, part the Demesne Land* RALLY 11 IKE, iu

County, with the DWELLING HOUSES thereon, hqhl the Corporation for Preserving and Improving the .Port of Dublin, under a Fee Farm Grant, from the late EDWARDS, Esq. subject the £2l. oi late Irish Currency. Proposals, (Post Paid), will be receifojLb^nfOJlX COSSARI, Esq. Secretary
30 November 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
The First Rate Steamer V, Seventy Horse Fowpr, JAMES MARSH, Cprnmander, WI LL sail from the Custom-Hou^Q%av, Wexford.on till DAY

The First Rate Steamer V, Seventy Horse Fowpr, JAMES MARSH, Cprnmander, WI LL sail from the Custom-Hou^Q%av, Wexford.on till DAY

next,tbu of o'Cock in the forenoon for Freighl or Passage, »ppl)’ at next door tlie Custom-House, liour appointed. WILLIAM POWELL; Agent, Wexford, Nov. 22nd, 1833. e St/am Packet Office, fiail positively at the
30 November 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
PROFESSIONAL CARD, PERSONS of limited income, or those of opinion that the present Medical Fees are too high, areTYespectfully informed

PROFESSIONAL CARD, PERSONS of limited income, or those of opinion that the present Medical Fees are too high, areTYespectfully informed

they can obtain Medical or Surgipn vice—including, of course, may be required, mance of the different Operations in Surgery, voa s<j|4Frar Vun-ezation TBzia msanb WILL allow, or if they prefer it, in cases where there are large families, agreeing to pat a certain sdm tearly—a pr
30 November 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
This arrangement would he much better than sergeants or rorpomls: and greatly simplify this sys. tem of police t when

This arrangement would he much better than sergeants or rorpomls: and greatly simplify this sys. tem of police t when

the orderlies not act satisfy the subdivision chiif constable, will hare full power to remove the orderly, and appoint aim: tbrr the assistant constables The chief constable of each subdivision would in a short time, by his local knowledge and influence a* fixed resident among t
30 November 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW VESTRY LAW.

NEW VESTRY LAW.

Clara, Nov. —This day the farmers and rate-payer* the union of Clara numerously assembled at vestry meeting, when such items the amended law came under tlieir control, were most cheerfully acceded to by the people, who rejoiced that the legislature had even now dealt fairly with
30 November 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NVHAT EXTINCTION OK TITHES MEANS.

NVHAT EXTINCTION OK TITHES MEANS.

NVHAT EXTINCTION TITHES MEANS. Extract of a letter dated Tipjirrarj, Nov. tilth *• I can’t wild you the exact words of the lea«e, respecting the clause of os. over and above the rent, for tithes and taxes, because Mr. Bolton has all the leases in his possession ; but this I know,
30 November 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH MEMBERS—MR. HILL.

THE IRISH MEMBERS—MR. HILL.

We find the following notice of Mr. Hill’s statement at Hull , in the last Examiner , and we also extract from the True Sun i sufficient comment on the extraordinary and indefensible \ remarks of the Morning Chronicle regarding Mr. Shell. It, will be seen by the subjoined letter
30 November 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the Protestant, and the Protestant from abusing the Catholic, carrying great principle ? Is it not the very thing which

the Protestant, and the Protestant from abusing the Catholic, carrying great principle ? Is it not the very thing which

the It is not by abuse that either sect of Christians can convert the constitution directs fur obtaining the rod rev- of grievance* other —the sincere Christian, the man who linnly believes in And it is libel to suggest the use of that ! not supj the faith that he professes, nev
30 November 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland