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NOTICE.

NOTICE.

r |'lHE MONTHLY MEETING of the Society for relief Sick ami Indigent nill 'take place apita* ROYAL EXCHANGE, im FRIDAY NEXT, Jfe./S, (being the first Friday in the Month,) at Eight o'Qloclf' ihe Evening, to rweive the Treasurer's Report of 'sfate of the Funds, the Collectors’ Rep
04 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
pit the theatre the same moment. A sudden crush drove the scribe . gainst the sheriff, and tlie C\»ucussion was

pit the theatre the same moment. A sudden crush drove the scribe . gainst the sheriff, and tlie C\»ucussion was

threat that the latter had tw<y bis ribs broken. There could be doubt that the whole was accidental but was too lucky not to taken advantage of. Mr, Boyle was prosecuted for assault. O'Connell was retained for his defence. The trial came on. The jury was corporation jury. The ev
04 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR HENRY PARNELL.

SIR HENRY PARNELL.

The late Member for the Queen's County, the pre* sent Member for Dundee— * who Irishmen or Englishman, Welshmen Scotchmen care* one bsubee about, has been settling his account his new constitnents. Where does live ? From whence and from whom doe* derive hie income ? I* a Whig or
07 December 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
y.V1.1. OF SANTA 'EM

y.V1.1. OF SANTA 'EM

Santazem has fallen I and Miguel and In’s have retreated Llvas ! ! Much at least : tire intelligence brought the Nova Dili r ' whictr arrived incur harbour yesterday in tendi,-’ from the Tagus. If this news true, and ' have at present no reason to doubt it, tlie Kam > is nearly
04 December 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
€3ag bannering.

€3ag bannering.

bannering. Col Mannering, Frier, Henry Bertiam, Mr Calvert, Dominie Srmpson, Mr Ifidyard, Diumont, Mr, Graham, Bailie Mickle thrill, Davis. Gabriel, Mr Hall Sebttianl Mr. Wilkinson, Frcnco Boy Alis> Smith Mr Burton, Julia Mannering, si Parsons, Lucy Bertram, Mrs Graham, Mrs Miss
07 December 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
TO COLONEL BLACKER.

TO COLONEL BLACKER.

How poor, noble heart, tba impotent spits Of mind in which all but resentment Is dead 'Tis the snarl a Colly, who would sneakiogly bite. If age had but left him tooth in his bead. Yet it'* certainly right that each Whig scaramouch Should cook his old grudge, a hog does her atew
06 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EFFECTS OP THE LATE TREMENDOUS GALE.

EFFECTS OP THE LATE TREMENDOUS GALE.

EFFECTS THE LATE TREMENDOUS GALE. (FROM THE LIVERPOOL CHRONICLE OF SATURDAY ) Thursday night and yesterday, were visited by* hurricane equal In severity those which occurred about twelve months ago, and produced at that time such deplorable effects. On Thursday the barometer fell
02 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE STORM IN LIMERICK,

THE STORM IN LIMERICK,

Thursday morning a violent gale of wind set In from the West-North West, accompanied by occasional heavy showers of rain, and same evening the gale assumed all the appalling characteristics of a most furious hurricane. Throughout the night-the scene was the extreme, and the stre
02 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING OP THE DUBLIN AUXILIARY BIBLE

MEETING OP THE DUBLIN AUXILIARY BIBLE

MEETING THE DUBLIN AUXILIARY BIBLE SOCIETY. On Friday, the Fifteenth Annual Meeting of this Society was held at the Long Room in the Rotundo, Major Siaa in the Chair. The Rev. Mr. Cuffe opened the business of the meeting' with prayer, and the Rev. Mr. Johnston, one of the Secreta
02 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE OLD ESTABLISHED HOSIERY WAREHOUSE, 25, WESTMORLAND-STREET. RICHARD IJARKICKS begs to inform the Customers of this Establishment, that he has

THE OLD ESTABLISHED HOSIERY WAREHOUSE, 25, WESTMORLAND-STREET. RICHARD IJARKICKS begs to inform the Customers of this Establishment, that he has

completed hit Winter Stock Hosiery, which comprises every article in the trade. He particularly solicits the attention of Gentlemen to a large assortment of real Welch, Handspnn, Flannel Vests, and of very superior Lambs* Wool and Drawers. Also to a large stock of every varietwo
04 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland