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GREAT AUCTION OF CATTLE

GREAT AUCTION OF CATTLE

« | it. JOHN SWEENY, of near BalllucolHg, ITI Rock Farm, being about give up Fanning, will Sell bv Public Auction, Tuesday lnstant, 31 Milch Cows, Bull, Horses, Lot large quantity «f Potatoes, and Turf Also. Tom/of Pr»ne Hay, and 2 Beer Carls ; with variety of Farming Utensils,
07 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION,

TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION,

FRIDaAY tlie 13ih December inst. at 12 o’Clock at Noon, to the highest or fairest bidder or bidders, the Town of MAC BOOM, Three Horses, Fifteen Cows, Three Heifers, and one Calf; and Bale, will on said day be also Sold, on'lhe Landf ci CROHERY, near Carrigadrohid, 1 A large Hic
07 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE,—DEC. 4- There were very few arrivals of any descriptions of grsia at our market thin morning, hut

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE,—DEC. 4- There were very few arrivals of any descriptions of grsia at our market thin morning, hut

the trade continues extremely dull. e sale of wheat was limited at Monday’s prices. Barley is still looki .g down. Other articles unaltered. Arrivals—l,9lo sacks of Flour; 2 660 qrs Wheat ; 5.370 of Barley; 790 quarters of Oats ; quarters of Irish Oats quarters of Foreign Wheat:
07 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE

LAW INTELLIGENCE

CONSISTORY COURT—-TUESDAY, NOV. 26. (Before Dr. ) SEHGEAUNT V. SERGEAIN’T. This case of divorce promoted James .Sergeaunt against Harriet, his wife, on the ground adultery ; and the charge was met by her with a recriminatory plea and alleged connivance. On a former Court day the
05 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SEDITIOUS LIBEL.—TRIAL OF THE

SEDITIOUS LIBEL.—TRIAL OF THE

PROPRIETOR OF THE PILOT. [ln The Telegraph of Friday we inserted as much as our disposable space admitted of this trial, ineluding abstracts of the speeches of the Attorney General, for the prosecution, and of Mr. O’Connell, in defence. The Solicitor Ge- neral after«r«rd* spoke
03 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
attempti were ineffectual. And now comes a statement, than which nothing more onfoanded, or more calumnious, was erer written or

attempti were ineffectual. And now comes a statement, than which nothing more onfoanded, or more calumnious, was erer written or

uttered by the most brazen-faced writer or spooler that has appeared, in this or any other country. The statement is this—that Capt. Brenana Police Officer. persuaded the Mul“ laghglass Orangemen, who marched into town that evening, for the purpose of assisting in the » • wrecki
03 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NEW JURY ACT.

NEW JURY ACT.

Notice alto (jiren that a SPECIAL SESSION?* will be Holden for ttid Coonty, for the Divitioo of Armagh* at ARMAGH, on THURSDAY the 26th, and at BALLYBOT, for the Divition of Markkthill, on FRIDAY the 27ih, dayt of December next, pursuant to the Act of the 3d and of William IV.,
03 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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v TO THE Gentlemen of Ireland. BUTLER. HATTER, 9, P«rli»m«it* .tiret, DUBLIN. t«k« lt»« •noounce ibe fu. ibtr wrirtl of best LONDON HATS, AT ONE GUINEA EACH, whieli pledge* biowelf vt of the Firet Rate Quality, poo. Sbonneae of Nap, Richn«e of Dye. and, being eti&ned with diaaulv
03 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ilitrrature.

ilitrrature.

06 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE RADICAL.

THE RADICAL.

I've been for more than twenty years what snarling people call, For want of some more hateful name, a thorough Radical. I’ve paid taxes grudgingly, and clamour'd at mv fate, Which thus compels me to uphold useless Church and A State, with luxury o’ergrown—a Church of pride and s
06 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland