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Stopping Decayed Teeth with Mineral

Stopping Decayed Teeth with Mineral

Zafteria Removing Tartar .. r, , 1 iling, or any other operauon in Uental 10 0 'IIIIIiS.JOT RDAIN'S COXCRETII E HALL, Has obtained a high and important character from 'boine of the most eminent of the Faculty, ami rn.x distingmshed PersoB«««« astbe mildest and mostcdicarious Den
07 December 1833 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ML SIC PROVIDED FOR BALLS, B Y BOBER T ENGLISH, I(J CELEBRATED VIOLIH-PLAYIIE. I Robert English respectfully inform* th£ and

ML SIC PROVIDED FOR BALLS, B Y BOBER T ENGLISH, I(J CELEBRATED VIOLIH-PLAYIIE. I Robert English respectfully inform* th£ and

Gentry of Dublin, that he has lately diacOTfed New Method of improving the Tone of the VIOLIN, superior to those called Cremonab. N. B. Gentlemen favoring him with their commands, will please direct them to No. 20, Es,«e«-quay, where they will be strictly attended to. Letters po
02 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS. TO BE SOLD~BY AUCTION, /// Al SniitiO -Large Sale-Room, l - 2, Grnjlon-elrmtf/ 'os AND FOI.LOWING DAY'S, Comraencing at

AUCTIONS. TO BE SOLD~BY AUCTION, /// Al SniitiO -Large Sale-Room, l - 2, Grnjlon-elrmtf/ 'os AND FOI.LOWING DAY'S, Comraencing at

Twelve o’Cloclc, SUPERFINE Clnths and Cassimeres, Harringtons, Petersham!*, Ladies’ tuperGnei Halit Cloths, Silk Waistcoatings, Printed Mnsliij and Long Cloths, . hawl Dresses, »u[i€rb Canton Crapes, Thibet Woo! and Silk Shawls, Scarfs, Mantelets and Handkerchiefs, Blankets, Fla
03 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE OF BREAD. Quartern Loaf. 7M. Half Quarter

PRICE OF BREAD. Quartern Loaf. 7M. Half Quarter

- 4d. Tithes in Tipperary Mr. George O’Leary, of Ranelagh, U incarcerated in the Nenagh bridewell, for writing a notice, the alleged motive of which was to congregate a multitude at the canting of hia mother's cattle, which were to be sold for tithes. Mr. O'Leary is to be kept i
03 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PIER HEAD—DUBLIN. MORNING TIDE—Die. 1. Liverpool eteamer, good* and paaaengert « Nottingham steamer, govda and passengers Robert, malt, , -

PIER HEAD—DUBLIN. MORNING TIDE—Die. 1. Liverpool eteamer, good* and paaaengert « Nottingham steamer, govda and passengers Robert, malt, , -

Rock, grain. Wind W. MORNING TIDE— Dec. 2. Shamrock, iteamer, and • Meney ateamtr, goods and passengers, _ Three sasaels with malt from Wezfoi a. Sailed—Non*. Wind—W. by S.
03 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLICATIONS. REPEAL OF THE UNION. THIS DAY, BCCGMBF.K 7, will published, in pan. phlet form, by P. BYRNE, Anglesea-ftreet. (within

PUBLICATIONS. REPEAL OF THE UNION. THIS DAY, BCCGMBF.K 7, will published, in pan. phlet form, by P. BYRNE, Anglesea-ftreet. (within

dne door of Collcgo-green,) and to be had of all Bookselldrs,, PRICE ONE SHILLING, J / -j THK IMPORTANT J ' SPEECH of DANIEL O’CONNELL, Esq,ARP. UPON THE REPEAL OF THE L'NgbN, Delivered at the TRIALof RICHARD BARRETT, Esq. Taken in Short-Hand WILLIAM B. MACCABE, of the Mornimj H
07 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HIBERNIAN BANKING COMPANY.

HIBERNIAN BANKING COMPANY.

A DIVIDEND, at the rate of ‘2per Cent, on the advanced' Capital for the Half Year ended Ist November last/will be paid to all Holders of the Company’s Stock on thiyal of December, on and alter Monday, the 16th instant, until w£ich day the Books for Transfer will be closed. By Or
07 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

The French papers of Monday have been received, but they contain no later news from Madrid than the 24th November. All the accounts from the North of Spain continue to be entirely favorable to the Queen’s cause. Everywhere the Carlists are beaten, pursued, and dispersed, or forc
07 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

Baron Pennefather has left town for Darling-hill, county Tipperary. Lady Harriet Daly has arrived in Henrietta-street, from her seat, county Wicklow. General Sir G. L. Cole and the Hon. Arthur Cole have arrived at Lord Cole was expected on Thurs- day. Enniskillen barracks were i
07 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH PROVISIONS.

IRISH PROVISIONS.

In the last week there were not any arrivals of Friesland butter, but from Kiel, Leer, &c., there were 2948 casks; and Irom Ireland rather an extensive supply, say 28,966 firkins, aud 7316 bales of bacon, with further arrivals yesterday from that country of 2942 firkins of butte
07 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland