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TO tOBACCONISTS. DRUGGISTS, LEATHER CUTTERS, 4c. / TO BE LET, OK Moderate Terms, most excellent Situation for any Business of

TO tOBACCONISTS. DRUGGISTS, LEATHER CUTTERS, 4c. / TO BE LET, OK Moderate Terms, most excellent Situation for any Business of

the above Description, the House, No. 5, DAME-STREET, formerly the Poddle, a great leading Thoroughfare, and in the immediate vicinity of several Markets. For particulars, inquire at No. 16, Golden-lane.
02 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ATTEMPT UPON THE LIFE OF MR- EGERTON

ATTEMPT UPON THE LIFE OF MR- EGERTON

SMITH. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Liverpool, Saturday. An attempt was made (his day tfpon the life of Mr. Egerton Smith, editor of the Liverpool Mercury. It appears that a person called this morning at the office of that paper, in Lordstreet, and demanded a private interview; tha
02 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROSECUTION OF THE PRESS. One bright gleam bunt through the darhneM with which prosecution h*« been enveloped. It «» the

PROSECUTION OF THE PRESS. One bright gleam bunt through the darhneM with which prosecution h*« been enveloped. It «» the

generous, manly, and noble part taken by the leading aacendeney journal, the Evtming Mail We give a short extract from an article in that journal, publahed before the verdict In this case the jury will have the right of judging Ae whole matter record; and the learned and dignifi
02 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AT meeting of the inhabitant* of Kildare, held on Sunday, the 24th ult, . WM. DUNNE, of Tully, Esq., in

AT meeting of the inhabitant* of Kildare, held on Sunday, the 24th ult, . WM. DUNNE, of Tully, Esq., in

the Chair, M. Lf.e, Esq., was requested to act as Secretary. Moved by William Lee, Esq. seconded Brereton, Esq. : . Resolved That consider tithe* based injustice, and have been all times the fruitful source of bloodshed and disturbance of the public peace, and that our country c
02 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PORTUGAL,

PORTUGAL,

have received Lisbon Papers of the 19th, but they bring scarcely any news which not contained in our Correspondent’s letter. The Chronicas publish sundrv reports from Corregidors and Juiz de Foro, asserting that their respective neighbourhoods were tranquil, and the people dispo
02 December 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STOCK EXCHANGE.

STOCK EXCHANGE.

City, Twelve o’CfocA.-Letters have been received this morning from Lisbon, by the African steamer, dated the 20th instant. They describe the army being in a good state, and well provided with all necessaries, the English, Scotch, and Irish troops being all under cover ; and blan
02 December 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
fectedly I declare, that the question here, and you have other question to decide upon. This is cabinet prosecution. H

fectedly I declare, that the question here, and you have other question to decide upon. This is cabinet prosecution. H

Excellency tbo Marquess Wellesley now our chief governor—• is find of prosecutions—ho has tried them be- fore, and they ended with no great renown—they terminated in a b illle smoke”—(laughter.)— ! That was the bottle treason. He is rising in dignity. is not yet treason call for
02 December 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
ng F£E SIMPLE Loath, Klldare, end

ng F£E SIMPLE Loath, Klldare, end

F£E SIMPLE Loath, Klldare, end Number of Acre*, Statute Measure a. s.: t. 23 1 1084 3 24 post-paid.
02 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EVENING MAIL.

THE EVENING MAIL.

02 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTRAORDINARY SCENE AT t'lE Henrj- 33, the property of W and Co. The i, well known about London an attendant

EXTRAORDINARY SCENE AT t'lE Henrj- 33, the property of W and Co. The i, well known about London an attendant

all political dpi * ° r 0f . ultra-radical 1 ?u ,hk , ** « f»»e**on» ?• freUnd come fowird with meetinES and petitioD. for Reoeal Mr. 0 Connell here suppre.es a fact which renders and the abolition tithes. fOT A *" P > ' °' Hlg ? gW understand what -the STate ,iUtore meanl "« o*
02 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland