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THE THAMES TUNNEL.

THE THAMES TUNNEL.

It has been stated the French papers, upon the alledged authority of letters from Mr. Brunei, that our government lias consented to advance the funds requisite for the comple- j tion of the Thames Tunnel. We believe this statement to at least premature, and that the subject stil
07 December 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
NARROW ESCAPE On Tuesday, tlui 19tli inst., young coujile on their marrisigo jiiiint" from the Simili, arrived at the Turf

NARROW ESCAPE On Tuesday, tlui 19tli inst., young coujile on their marrisigo jiiiint" from the Simili, arrived at the Turf

liote!, Newcastle. After refreshing themselves the happy pair retired rest at an early hour. their hurry, . ver, they unfortunately left the caudle burning the toilet, which being near the «i*. dow, the curtains tonic fire, and from thence iit' spread empty bed, the furniture of
07 December 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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< i><»\ i:i,. « i;i».\K.*ti»A v, »k Tlie house of Burnell and Co. of Liverpool lias ■iiipenileil payment. The tramactiuiK of this concern the South oi Ireland were very exieusivr anil «e apprehend the suspension will some c>por» bouses in Limerick The Polish exiles, resident in P
04 December 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPROTEMEXT' ar , unavoidably obligad to poitpona tiU «t the able letter of our valued correjl>U'. nl Mr LHAtir. on

IMPROTEMEXT' ar , unavoidably obligad to poitpona tiU «t the able letter of our valued correjl>U'. nl Mr LHAtir. on

the aubjecl of local Torovomcnt. From b.. long and «» Oil Engineer, we know of ...non better able give opinion on th.s ' *‘ !re,tin topic than Sir* Lkaiit. . di ,l intend offer few remark, on the . • liCt matter which he »o well treat*, but , c them for future peri i* our K-t iw
04 December 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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07 December 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
SINGULAR CIRCUMSTANCE

SINGULAR CIRCUMSTANCE

Wednesday morning last, a rather singular occurrence look place at the George Inn, Caistor. A traveller, about to proceed hie journev, ordet: the Boots to brush hi* great coat, but forgot to state to him, that he bad incautiouely left loaded pistol in one of the packets, fa the
07 December 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
CHURCH REFORM-

CHURCH REFORM-

It is known that ministers are preparing soma plan of church reform, and it confidently helievt ed that they are intending to relieve Dissenters fioni the unjust burden of church rates, and to establish a general registration. helieee u,e practical grievances which the Dissenter
07 December 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
MINERAL ZAFFERiA. For filling Decayed Teeth without Pain, Heat or Preenre; and Incorrodible Mineral Teeth, without Wiree, Springe or say

MINERAL ZAFFERiA. For filling Decayed Teeth without Pain, Heat or Preenre; and Incorrodible Mineral Teeth, without Wiree, Springe or say

other Ligatures. PATHONISKD THR OV HOLLAND AND ROYAL PAMILY. THE MESSRS. lIUBY AND LSH'EY JOURDAIN, SURGEON DENTISTS FROM GERMANY, Who have taken up their Residence permanently NO. 11, FITZWH.LIAM* SQUARE, SOCTH SIDE, DUBLIN, BEG leave most respectfully to invite the attention o
05 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE THEATRE.

THE THEATRE.

There is nothing new on this subject, save that the bills announce the new play of Poet and Present, or an Anecdote of the French Revolution, with other performances, for Monday evening, by desire of her Excellency (!) the Marchioness Wellesley.” Mr. Farrr.v continues to amuse,
07 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW MAGISTRATES.

NEW MAGISTRATES.

The Northern Whig speaks of a rumour purporting that two, or perhaps three, new Magistrates were to be appointed for Belfast. Now, we also have heard of such a rumour ; for it was pretty generally reported that Mr. Handcoek, of Lurgan, who was lately walking, wc have been told,
07 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland