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THEATRE ROYAL, HAWKIN'S-STREET.

THEATRE ROYAL, HAWKIN'S-STREET.

I - Yesterday evening a new drama, entitled Past ?? was performed at this theatre for the first time. The pro- 2 gress of the play is principally during the rage of the French if revolution, and it is made the vehicle for some good scenes El illustrative of the march of events a
03 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHO IS THE TRAITOR?

WHO IS THE TRAITOR?

Dansielwki O7'Connell, ' I"' ?? `C ?? er l 'John O'C4nnell, C Ftssmon, . Bi. A, She ll C- .lackey lon. P. S. Butle, " N. o'tzsimon, . ' wF.-O'Cot~nnor, ; ?? c Wm Rocbe, Dr. Baldviti, , ' O'Conor Don, C. A. Walkr, . E. S. Rutbven, ,:J. T~abot ?? ^ Roe. C. O'B~~{efl, MQrgan 1pqlCp
06 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LITERARY NOTICE.

LITERARY NOTICE.

NEW BELFAST MAGAZINE—No. I. We have pecul-ar Mtisfaclion in under the notice of our readers, this accession to our periodical literature. It as we ore informed by the number before us conducted by Students present connected with the Royal Belfast Institution. This circumstance r
02 December 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRINITY COLLEGE. ol THE Examinations for commence Classics, JANUARY, at Half-past Nine o'CJock, and candioatWror honors will that day be

TRINITY COLLEGE. ol THE Examinations for commence Classics, JANUARY, at Half-past Nine o'CJock, and candioatWror honors will that day be

selected. The Examination of Junior Sophistcrs, Classics , will commence on TUESDAY, the at the same hour, when candidates for honors will likewise be selected. WEDNESDAY, the 22d, at the same hour, Examination of both the Sophist er Classes will commence in Science, and candida
06 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
which haul been engaged on the night ofThursday last in pilotlog vessel* outward bound, and, consequence of the foggy state

which haul been engaged on the night ofThursday last in pilotlog vessel* outward bound, and, consequence of the foggy state

the weather, they were unable ascertain their true situation, tt which time the storm raged terrifically, the -sea Tolling mountain* high. this dangerous vessel was driven towardstho Lancashire shore near About half-past sir o'clock Tridtty'moTriir.g-signals of distress were per
06 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

The 28th Regiment do not expect move from quarters in Limerick for another week. Three soldiers of the 28th Regiment were flogged the yard of the New Barracks last Monday, for breach of the articles of war. His Majesty's steamer, Dee, of 210 horse power, Is expected at Cove from
06 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS Situation, as Own Maid and Housekeeper, most respectable, steady, active yjtog Woman, who has lived many years in her

WANTS Situation, as Own Maid and Housekeeper, most respectable, steady, active yjtog Woman, who has lived many years in her

two lhsadßßtlnns; her cheracter and abilities will foudS tbe strictest investigation ; has no objection t® fckj/or country, and is of tbe F.stah!ished Church. dressed to J. L., 11", Lelnster-street, or 7, upper SackvlHe-strect, will respectfully attended So. . WANTS Situation as
02 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UNCLE FOOZLE.

UNCLE FOOZLE.

There was excellent home at the Theatre on Satur- day evening and the Marchioness WRLLKSLRY went to Old Foozle, as If the could not do that at home. Mr. was excellent, and elicited the warmest applause. We perceive by the play bills, and the theatrical advertisements, that the n
02 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARQUESS DE FUNCHAL.

THE MARQUESS DE FUNCHAL.

Dom Domingo de Souza Marquess de Funcbal whose, sudden death at Brighton we announced on Monday, was many years Portuguese Ambassador in London, and long known and justly respected by every Court in Europe. He bad more recently resided in similar capacity Rome, but upon the reco
04 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW OF LIBEL. The late Lord Ellenborongh was Chief Justice of the English Court of King’s Bench, when William Hone

LAW OF LIBEL. The late Lord Ellenborongh was Chief Justice of the English Court of King’s Bench, when William Hone

was tried for publishing certain “ false, scandalous, malicious, and defamatory matters, of and concerning” Lords Eldon, Sidmouth. and Castlereagh. This celebrated libeller had circulated an amusing, but not very reverential, parody upon the Athanasian Creed; and bad ridiculed t
05 December 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland