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THURSDAY, NOV. 2a

THURSDAY, NOV. 2a

THURSDAY, NOV. Ji'kn Doyle, late Dawson-atrect, Dublin, carver and gilder, petitioner. This Insolvent was by Mr. Power fur Mr, Thomas Crabb, by Mr. Galvin for Mr. Joseph and by Mr. James Ennis on his own behalf. Mr. Power said that he opposed the Insolvent the grounds of gross fr
02 December 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BRISTOL AND LONDON RAILROAD.

THE BRISTOL AND LONDON RAILROAD.

We beg refer our reaJer.e the folio.in. .rticle from the Sun, in which the editor of th.t paper the alaurdity a meeting held oppose the construction railroad from Bristol to London, the opposition being chicflr grounded on the facility which such roail would to the tran.mission
02 December 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN MARKETS.

THE DUBLIN MARKETS.

Dußi.iir Corn Exchange, Nov. 29.—There was larger supply wheat at market this week than for some time, notwithstanding no alteration took place in prices, hut prime parcels were a lively sale at our quotations. oats there was a fair supply without any variation in price. Barley
02 December 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. BROWNE OP REHINS.

MR. BROWNE OP REHINS.

In the columns of paper called the Galway Advertiser, we hare read with much regret, paragraph commenting on the recent arrest of this Gentleman under a Tithe Decree, This Journal, it may be necessary to inform our readers, has been established for some four or fire months past
02 December 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
TO O POULKT SCROPE, ESQ., M.P. &r.

TO O POULKT SCROPE, ESQ., M.P. &r.

TO POULKT SCROPE, ESQ., M.P. &r. Sin the papers, I you have published a letter to the agriculturists of the west of England on the continued and increased depression all kinds of produce in the market; and that you attribute this continued and increased depression in the market t
02 December 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
NOVEL .STEEPLE CHASE!

NOVEL .STEEPLE CHASE!

Last week, about noon day, an armed patty con* listing of one horseman and four footmen, proceeded to the residence of a Mr. Kennedy, a respectable farmer in the neighbourhood of Banaiher,the footmen remained short distance aloof, while the horseman went towards the house, ho li
02 December 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
A CHALLENGE.

A CHALLENGE.

IDEFY any Establishment, under the denomination of English, Irish, SCOTCH, COMMERCIAL HOUSE, undersell in any of the Articles, vis.:— Silks, Satins, Velvets, Crapes, Bombaiines, and British Cashmeres and Merinos, Printed and Shawl Dree sea, Long Cloths, in great variety-; Gingha
02 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BENECARLO RED WINE, COCOA SHELL, &e. PHAYKS has his late Canto aL the Wine, 33 Pip««'«nd Hlidn., wbicjrfe o§er* to

BENECARLO RED WINE, COCOA SHELL, &e. PHAYKS has his late Canto aL the Wine, 33 Pip««'«nd Hlidn., wbicjrfe o§er* to

the Trade on liberal terms. Thi* Wine has satisfaction to all bought the rapidity with which the advertiser met sale for Ins two Cargoes, per the Brig St» proves the excellence of its quality. lie daily expects the same Vessel, from Saint Sebastian, with— Bales Fresh Cocoa Shell
02 December 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

The French papers of Wednesday repeat, and confirm the news of Saarsfield’s army having entered Vittoria, but they now say, that it was on the 20th, not on the 19th. Some of those journals yet pretend to throw doubts on the whole affair begin to speak even of the defeat of Merin
02 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
managed estates in Ireland, for there is not one of them that contributes within 30 per cent, of the due

managed estates in Ireland, for there is not one of them that contributes within 30 per cent, of the due

amount of encouragement to industry—so that if that be a thing’to be avoided should have no Poor Laws. An Absentee tax would certainly not be an eCTective cure for resident worthlessness —and, ,in short, the vote shonld both for Poor Laws and an Absentee tax—the latter to be of
02 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland