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BISHOP FOY’S SCHOOL.

BISHOP FOY’S SCHOOL.

We are glad to learn that his Grace the Archbishop of Cashel, who still continues in Waterford, particularly inquiring into the state of the funds of this institution, order that the present surplus and future proceeds should be appropriated according to the act of parliament.
07 December 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT,

IMPORTANT,

and Rf.ckipt SrAues.—The change contemplated in the stamps applies to England and Scotland, and not lo Ireland. The only alteration in the stamp schedule in this country, independent of the change in lie advertisement and insurance duties is, all reerph under jL'.i of I'i'X prev
07 December 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PROPRIETORS, having recently completed their TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY of ENGLAND,” are now actively engaged in compiling similar Work IRELAND, which

THE PROPRIETORS, having recently completed their TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY of ENGLAND,” are now actively engaged in compiling similar Work IRELAND, which

will be given Historical, Statistical, and Descriptive Account of the several Cities, Boroughs, Corporate and Market Towns, and Parishes, arranged in alphabetical order. accomplish this great National undertaking, several Persons of competent talents and industry have been for s
04 December 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE,

FRANCE,

Private accounts from Paris slste that the project of expedition against Constantine in the Spring had been revived.—Sun. GERMANY. German papers of the 26th of November state that great solicitude expressed Vienna for news from Spain, but that tbe partiality of the Frenth press
07 December 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
iii'itiee ni>- onnnff!i in till Hove itie 1 I, I'.iiicn-. tlio Unt'li llollonii, tlie Knglisli .n,l, 'iio Srnlrli S.olianil ;

iii'itiee ni>- onnnff!i in till Hove itie 1 I, I'.iiicn-. tlio Unt'li llollonii, tlie Knglisli .n,l, 'iio Srnlrli S.olianil ;

wl.y Btinuld 1 Ireland ? flamd anil cnnti"" f And if I ntlieijinotive, e (iod, and llm nssiHtiince .r liner',*, I land r1».ill l-e nation i pain.— . . and learned (;i iil!einun resumed liis sent iitemloiH rlieeri.isf ) j.hven lioin? limdly railed on, seid, the • of findinj; his
07 December 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Saturday, December 7, i«33

Saturday, December 7, i«33

TO ALL WHO REQUIRE THE AID OF SPECTACLES. WILLIAM NELSON, OPTICIAN AND JEWELLER, ( Late of ~~ BEGS leave to inform his Friends, Customers, and the Public generally, that he has removed to No. 37, LOWER OKMOND-QUAY, (Near the Metal Bridge,) Where, being enabled to exteml his Manu
07 December 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tffß nr BUN ORSIP'ku

Tffß nr BUN ORSIP'ku

BUN ORSIP'ku Kilkenny, as was exemplified in ClaFe, LUntrick. and other counties. The evil effects I anticipated from that hill have all followed exactly, I, on three occasions parliament told publicly h(s Majesty's ministers—-nain -ly, a total want of confidence in themselves an
07 December 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WATERFORD AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

WATERFORD AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

Extending through the Counties of Waterford, Tipperary, Kilkenny, and Wexford. NOVEMBER. Tlie gloom of winter has considerably deepened around ns during this month, ilia fill of the leaf is now hi come general, and the trees, dives of their beauty, aie left so many monuments of
07 December 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ILLUSTRIOUS DE ! *• De Claris inorluis bene dicere juvat.”— Cicero, Greece bad her sons of morning!—had she not

THE ILLUSTRIOUS DE ! *• De Claris inorluis bene dicere juvat.”— Cicero, Greece bad her sons of morning!—had she not

The lustre of eternal lights— The victors in a thousand fights— Names long remembered —ne’er to be forgot ? While tempests sweep The Egean deep, And roar around her shores of bliss, Themistocles and Salamis Must never sleep ! IV There 1' a plain in Hellas, the stain sooth, 1$ is
07 December 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TURF.

THE TURF.

TATTERSALL’S, Monday. Dkrbv. The two favourites are now equal that it would be difficult to say which has the call; each , was backed at to 1, the takers at that price being ! pretty numerous. Offers to take l’d to 1 about Ple- I nino. Delirium was backed at 2o to lat the openin
07 December 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland