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O'CONOR DON, M. P.

O'CONOR DON, M. P.

Our excellent representative O’Conor Don, M. P., has returned his residence Clonalis, this County, where understand purposes remaining till the opening of the next session PerUameaL FITZSTEPHEN FRENCH, ESQ. M. P. will be seen the speech of the “Great Liberator” at dinner in Dubl
06 December 1833 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
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06 December 1833 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
To be Sold by Auction, 3

To be Sold by Auction, 3

Sold Auction, for nrAPF MOSKV. SAIjIjYPARX, ENNISKILLEN, O/I Wednesday the 1 \lh Dcccmb/'r, Inst., rpilF. lIOCSEHOT.n FCRNITT RF. I.ieutenant I Ur.inv, eon«i*tine of Breakfast an.) Hiniin; I'.ihlcs, Mahoganv nml other Chairs, excellent Keatlu-r Beds and Hedd'inp, Parlour, Itranin
05 December 1833 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
subject lo interest o! l i. tiiul. year. The ~cl declared that with this debt Ireland should - nathing to

subject lo interest o! l i. tiiul. year. The ~cl declared that with this debt Ireland should - nathing to

do. According to parliamentary document lately published, Ireland owed 110 millions in It). As she owed only Jti millions at the Union, this w increase in 10 years of millions. What were her actual receipts revenue in the interval? About 81 millions more. Then her expenditure 10
03 December 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
L.lnif '.hr j.ivsn.i .“ii.in. i i>j ,|„. Hrillsli ministor tme.l augment or to trunl. tli.it anlipaihr ? Sir, I will

L.lnif '.hr j.ivsn.i .“ii.in. i i>j ,|„. Hrillsli ministor tme.l augment or to trunl. tli.it anlipaihr ? Sir, I will

hold to say, that lironlioui and irapious 1 ill all the unrestrained excesses which anarchy and atheism have ;;icoii birth to, has not conimitted a more insidious act aaainsl her enemy than is now attempted the professed champion the cause of civilized Europe apainst friend and
03 December 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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jkir.ilinu a*.a tluM-auntrv (listurlMMl. . Irisaman u:;:. 1 rartuin, think—mouu will .samlioa '-urh an i'i .1 verdin. Tlio.se ouM. null i— v. ill nol you mi l leiul your t!.e ;,i.a any l!u*o|i[a’ so', aitli<'U”li voii ;n.;y l»e the lut ,he ecrl.iiu uni oi the ul:>vl u.ll i it i'
03 December 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY

THE ARMY

A Correspondent of the Sun siys— It is reported that the Adjutant and Quartermaster General are to he done away at the Morse Guards, and that the duties of these departments are to performed by officer, the Chief of the Staff, and under the Secretary War, —one assistant two depa
03 December 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
X TO BE SOLD BV PUBLIC AUCTION, FRIDAY, tin* nth DECEMBER m xl, m. the CHAMBER of COMMERCE, ONE O'CLOCK,

X TO BE SOLD BV PUBLIC AUCTION, FRIDAY, tin* nth DECEMBER m xl, m. the CHAMBER of COMMERCE, ONE O'CLOCK,

Brig of Bclfist, Burthen per Register 33R 12-04 Tons (with her STORi*jS), she now lies opposite the Quay of Waterford. This vessel has been engaged iu the Cotton and the Timber trade, and is capable ol* stowing a nwatkably large cargo tor her tonnage. For further particulars app
04 December 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW OF LIBEL.

LAW OF LIBEL.

(from the globe.) controversy is now going on among some of the papers —whether it is proper for person, e lau, of libel is in its present slate, to avail himself of that law protect his chaiacter, or wait until it is the possibility of far amending the law as to make it protect
04 December 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARQUIS DE FUNCHAL.

THE MARQUIS DE FUNCHAL.

Don Domingo <lc Souza Marquis tie Funchal, whose sudtlcn death at Brighton has been announced, was many years Portuguese Ambassador in London, and long known and justly respected every Court in Europe. He had more recently resided in similar capacity at Rome, but upon the recove
07 December 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland