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SADDLERY WAREHOUSE, ! 12, CASTLE-PLACE, (Opposite the Donegall Arms.) WILLIAM M'GOWAN & SON bep leave to in- form the Nobility

SADDLERY WAREHOUSE, ! 12, CASTLE-PLACE, (Opposite the Donegall Arms.) WILLIAM M'GOWAN & SON bep leave to in- form the Nobility

and Gentry of Belfast and its j vicinity, that they have reamed, in addition to their former I Stock, a supply of every Ar icle in the above Line, of the first I quality, suitable to the HUNTING SEASON, which they offer to the public on Moderate Terms. W. M‘G. and SON return the
02 December 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EDUCATION. —A Lady who has resided -as Governess* in families of distinction and reapeAabillty, wishes for similar Situation. As her

EDUCATION. —A Lady who has resided -as Governess* in families of distinction and reapeAabillty, wishes for similar Situation. As her

eduCMian has been highly finished, she would expect liberal tejnn; she professes to instruct, without the assistance ters, in the French and Italian Languages, in Both of which she competent to converse with her Pupils ; alsp, In English in all its branches, including Astronomy
02 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTHING BUT THI CONSTITUTION

NOTHING BUT THI CONSTITUTION

NOTHING BUT CONSTITUTION DUBLIN t MONDAY, DECEMBER 2.
02 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Auction of Books.

Auction of Books.

Auction Books. GKO. C. W,lt Offer for SALE. h„ A UCTTOV. n/fthe HT 7. CASTLE PLACE, WEDNESDAY next. the. December, instant, at SEVEW*clock in the evening, without reserve, ~ , COLLECTION? BOOTHS —including Rees* Encyclopedia: BjpeVi DlctiiiVry, vols., folio: History and A various
02 December 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
day U published, in Imperial Bvo. Price 2a. or In to. Price 3s. _i PART XIL OF DR. ADAM CLARHES

day U published, in Imperial Bvo. Price 2a. or In to. Price 3s. _i PART XIL OF DR. ADAM CLARHES

COMMENTARY ON THE OLD AND #IEW TESTAMENTS, containing all the valuable and correction, from Che Author', own aad last hand. A PART 1. published the Ist and 15th of every month until completed SIXTY PARTS. Vol 1. Bvo price IG>. fid. or .to., price 25». 1. also ready. London : T.
02 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RENT—INTIMIDATION.

THE RENT—INTIMIDATION.

We cannot without strong indignation advert to some extracts furnished the Evening Mail, proving the adoption of system of intimidation towards the hoa-subacribers to tbe O'Connell Reet. Their names, it teems, are to be printed and published, as well those of the parties who sub
02 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS a Situation as Butler, or Butler Ifocl Own Man, an active, steady Man, who lived Aany years with some

WANTS a Situation as Butler, or Butler Ifocl Own Man, an active, steady Man, who lived Aany years with some

of the most respectable families inlreland ; he understands his business remarkably is a Protestant ; his character will bear the strlrost investigation.—A line addressed to J.W.W., No. 11, Leinster-street, or 7, Upper SackviUe-street, will be respectfully attended to.
02 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT STORM IN LIVERPOOL.

GREAT STORM IN LIVERPOOL.

Durin" Thursday night and the greater part yesterday, there was almost a’ hurricane. The wind blew very strongly from the north-west. Liverpool has not been visited for some time with such a storm. The ball and weathercock on the spire of St. George’s Church were observed to be
02 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ofjihe Church might to temporal puTposti. authority, that the five pound clause wt« carried, that the case of Ireland i«

ofjihe Church might to temporal puTposti. authority, that the five pound clause wt« carried, that the case of Ireland i«

one of great interest, I will n.ake Ministers would have withdrawn the measure altogether, an observation to tithes, because Ireland will never a, Under the circumstances, I thought it was better take settled condition till this point settled. But, unfortunately, than tori>kthe
02 December 1833 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JAMAICA.

JAMAICA.

We have received the Cornwall Chronicle, paper published at Montego Bay, Jamaica, of October 12, which contains the speech of Lord Mulgrave the opening of the legislative assembly on the Bth, with a brief abstract of the subsequent proceedings in the House of Assembly on that da
02 December 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland