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CORN-MILL AND FARM. TO LET, And immediate Possession given, Exrellent CORN-MILL, with FARM of Statute Acres attached, iu the midst

CORN-MILL AND FARM. TO LET, And immediate Possession given, Exrellent CORN-MILL, with FARM of Statute Acres attached, iu the midst

of a rich country; three and halt’miles from Belfast, in the Parish Carnaaoiiey. The supply of Water abundant—the Fall is about 20 feet. Oo the additional Works be erected, only one half yTater Power is occupied. Apply H. THO3»OJff, Esq. Jexnvmount; or JOHN THOMSON, Bank. Mr. MA
07 December 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCOTCH INCENDIARISM.

SCOTCH INCENDIARISM.

Early oa Friday rooming last, two hay ricla, eonaisting each abuut 400 atone*, and a com stack of ahntit bolls, situated in a field the farm of Townhead, by Mr. J. B. Finlavson, were discovered, by a person passing highway to Stirling, to be on fire Although the proprietor and t
04 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPIRIT THE PUBLIC JOURNALS. time many have been the foolish, absurd, and mischievous acts of Parliament which have been passed,

SPIRIT THE PUBLIC JOURNALS. time many have been the foolish, absurd, and mischievous acts of Parliament which have been passed,

nor have we hesitated to describe them as such- Nay more, by free animadversion we have, in some measure, contributed to remove many bad laws from the statute-book; and effect purpose beneficial to the public interests, it was necessary to bring bad lews into odium and contempt.
04 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINF.f..

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINF.f..

THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINF.f.. a.-sured that you will notice any hint given for the improvement of Hie North of Ireland, the South, were you within its limits, I take the liliertv to request you public tlie State of the leading road from Derry into the rich i and beautiful vale of
07 December 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
This Day is Published, BLACKWOODS EDINBURGH MAGAZINE Fo. CCXVI., for December, C'iONTF.NTS —I. Songs Captivity, Mrs. Heman*. 11. Hymns Life.

This Day is Published, BLACKWOODS EDINBURGH MAGAZINE Fo. CCXVI., for December, C'iONTF.NTS —I. Songs Captivity, Mrs. Heman*. 11. Hymns Life.

By Mrs. Hrmans. No. 7. Flowers and Music inaSick Room.—lll. a Lover of Autumn. F. M. Hamietom.—lV'. Lines Written in the First Blank Leaf of Shelly’s Poems.—V. Saw Her But Once.—Vl. Melodies for Middle Age. No. I.—VII. The Sabbath Evening.— VIII. St. Stephen’s Day. By George Tre
07 December 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHINA TEA TRADE.

THE CHINA TEA TRADE.

Monday the East India Company’s quarterly sale of teas commenced the East India House, and it excited a more than ordinary degree of attention, this is the last sale but one which will take place by the Company under the old charter. The attendance, therefore, by persons interes
07 December 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PATRIOTIC AND CURIOUS CHALLENGE.

PATRIOTIC AND CURIOUS CHALLENGE.

Irish gentleman who lias been observer of rural life in both countries, and who thinks bis countrymen under-rated in England, has offered the following singular caALLKMaa gentleman in the bister Kingdom. proposes, that he on his part sltall go into any roarket-town of Meath, on
07 December 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ADVERTISEMENT.

ADVERTISEMENT.

GENTLEMAN fully competent to undertake the Collection of Rents, or management of Property in the City of Cork its vicinity, [the Agencies he at present holds oot being sufficient to occupy bis time] will receive communications, from principals only, sddccCKM to J. the Office of
07 December 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Voi.. XII.—No. 1,828,

Voi.. XII.—No. 1,828,

EXTIRPATION OP PROTESTANTISM. (niOM THE ACE.) The war still rape*. have already put the yeomanry of Ireland on their guard against the Whig* system of attack—we have told the Protestants to “put your trust and keep vour powder dry.” Now, the staff of the militia is to he annihil
05 December 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COMBINATION.

COMBINATION.

Wednesday morning between the hours of one and two •o’clock, quantity of Stonecutters* work, intended for the New Infirmary erecting by Mr. William Hill, and which had •been deposited on the previous evening on the Packet Office Quay, opposite the end of Ship-street, was destroy
05 December 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland