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PROGRESS OF EDUCATION AND ITS POLITCAL EFFECTS.

PROGRESS OF EDUCATION AND ITS POLITCAL EFFECTS.

PROGRESS OF EDUCATION AND ITS POLITCAL tFFECJS.j, Ma. POOLErTr SCROPr, M.P. for Stroud, whose letter to the agriculturists of England has-.already produced a general sensation in the public mind, has lately appeared as the author of a work on PoliticalI-tconomy. Judging of the ch
03 December 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UST disengaged, and wants a Situati J Cook where a kitchen-maid kept, a steady Woman, who understands her business perfect

UST disengaged, and wants a Situati J Cook where a kitchen-maid kept, a steady Woman, who understands her business perfect

would take charge of small dairy ; her char' bear the strictest Investigation—or wish with an elderly lady as Cook and Housekeeper objection to town or country, or travel; has brance. —Any commands left for M. C.; No. 72, Great Britain-street, or at the Office o' no <»ncura- Xed
02 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PORTRAIT THE ORIGINAL LAWRIE TODD. \ I?RAZER'S- MAGAZINE, No. XLVIII. for, DECEMBER, price 2*. 6d., contains : the Erection the

PORTRAIT THE ORIGINAL LAWRIE TODD. \ I?RAZER'S- MAGAZINE, No. XLVIII. for, DECEMBER, price 2*. 6d., contains : the Erection the

Thebau Temple of Amnion 1 The Gait MSS. The Gudewife, t»y the Author of the 1 Annals of the Parish -."—Poets of the Day. the ' Third —Sartor lle*artH» (conclusion of Book The ' Members of the Northern Political Union : Nmcjenzie, Attwood, Fife : Gallery of Literary Characters, N
04 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PALACE WAX LIGHTS,

PALACE WAX LIGHTS,

•with platted Wicks, which he offers low 18s. per Dozen for Cash. His usual large assortment of Wax, Spermaceti, Patent Wax and Cocoa Nut Candles, Spermaceti and every description of LAMP OIL. Patent Tallow Candles, Fancy Soap, &c. &c., he will dispose of WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, o
04 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE OP IRISH STOCKS

PRICE OP IRISH STOCKS

Stock, ~~~ JpnKolx, : per Cent.,., | Government Stock, 34 perCeat., Stock, 3* per Cent.,(New; Debenture*,3s per Cent.,} Grand Canal Loan, Cent. Royal Canal Stock, I Hibernian Bank, | Provincial Bank, j Mining Company of Ireland - THE EVENING MAIL.
04 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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STATE OF THE COUNTRY

STATE OF THE COUNTRY

COUNTY CORK. —A barbarous murder was committed Clonmult, in this county, on Thursday night, the uit. A of Whitefcet attacked the house of an industrious man, under the pretence of taking away bis daughter, and a most brutal murder was perpetrated. This is very trivial evidence o
04 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENTLEMEN'S.

GENTLEMEN'S.

WALKING DIM.—A fashionable mulberry frock, double breasted. The edges bound, and velvet collar. This coal will button over the breast. necessary. Waistcoat, single breasted with round collar.— Trousers cut thirteen inches crutch, nine at knee, and nine bottorn. OBSERVATIONS ON F
04 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.

MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.

Parliament, it now said, meet about the middle of January, one month earlier than was originally Intended. The principal reason assigned for this the pressing necessity of settling the question the Assessed Taxes, which every day proves is pregnant with the most alarming consequ
04 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
rYearly Bnbsorlptlon, Half-Yearly, AS. Quarterly, XOe, 6d. Slagle Paper, sd. Spßiors Accident —On Thursday night, a branch of the Grand

rYearly Bnbsorlptlon, Half-Yearly, AS. Quarterly, XOe, 6d. Slagle Paper, sd. Spßiors Accident —On Thursday night, a branch of the Grand

Canal, called the Downshire Cot, near Edenderrv, burst, and caused an overflow of all the low ground# between that and the Boyne, when, unfortunately, child named Walsh was drowned. Many of the poor people were obliged to climb to the tops of their cabins, from which they were r
05 December 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THIS SECOND

THIS SECOND

WILL be Drawn at COOPERS HALL, in the of London, on ESDAY, the of next Month (January.) The Su/me. which may be had, gratis, at all the Lottery Ofticptfilcontains Prizes of £15,000 £3,000' £l,OOO 10,000 2,000 ’soo 5,000 1,500 &c. &c. The value of each Prize may he received, in M
05 December 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland