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BOARD AND LODGING.

BOARD AND LODGING.

ONE or Two Barristers can be accommodated with Boartl ami Lotltiing Solicitor's Family in tile Immediate vicinity of one of the Squares on the South side. The most respectable references can be given, and Will be required. A Coach house and Stable can be had, if necessary. Appli
31 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1833.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1833.

BURNING A BIBLE! The following extraordinary statement is contained in a letter written by a person who signs himself James Walker,” directed to the Arch- bishop of Dublin, and published in a late number of the Evening Mail : since, within the last fortnight, a poor family in th
31 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MARKETS. Due. 38.

MARKETS. Due. 38.

WATERFOI Supplies were still limited on Saturday from Pamcrs, with change In quotations since our last.—Wheat, to 84a; barley, luatol'Ja; oats, to Its per barrel; oatmeal; by wholesale and retail, 10s «Biper cwt. ; second flour, 9m to Sts: thirds, 'JOstoSn*; fourths, tSa to 13s
31 December 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
INTERESTING LETTER FROM PORTUGAL.

INTERESTING LETTER FROM PORTUGAL.

I The following is an extract of a letter from J. J. M'Cal- din, Esq. Surgeon on board the Donna Maria, in the service of Don Pedro. It is dated the 2d inst. and is addressed to his father, the Rem. A. M'Caldin, of Coleraine:_ "You are, no doubt, anxious to know what I have been
31 December 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
fc MARTI AL—CONTINUED. A...! haw observed drff tvace the condition and grooming CiOtain »then’s far as rggard* ••ome the horses.

fc MARTI AL—CONTINUED. A...! haw observed drff tvace the condition and grooming CiOtain »then’s far as rggard* ••ome the horses.

Q... State the uumber horses, sod what cause you ascribe the ? A ..There were about half of horses Captain Watben’a whose condition was low ; but not more than have usually known them to Their coate were lone. The above named hoifes have always known be the aforesaid low conditi
31 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

TNEE ARMY, COURT MARTIAL ON CAPTAIN WATHEN. t . ?? :A.- The eourt met at- eleven o'clock, and (lam pspnd candies! -haynngbeenvorderedi in consequence of the tlrkaess-of the. roou, occasioned -by heavy clouds which hung over tbe bar- fracks) the trinl wasresumed.; nI ieuteuaantCol
31 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FAMILY

FAMILY

THE MESSRS. RUBY AND LEWEY JOURDAIN, SUIt G BON'D KNTISTS, FROM GERMANY, Who hive take* up their Residence permanently at NO. tl, UTZWII.tIAM-hQUAIUi. SOUTH SIDE, DUBLIN, BEis leave most respectfully to invite the aiteutiou the Nubility, Gentry, and the Public, tbeir lung-t|ied,
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MENDICITY INSTITUTION,

MENDICITY INSTITUTION,

usher’s island. REPORT for the Week ending the 21st of December, 183S Spinners, Nurses, Stone Breakers, Oakum Pickers, Infirm, Bruising Oats sent to the Institution, Employed in various ways. Sick visited at their own homes, Children receiving Education, Ditto too young .for Ins
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MURDER BY A BROTHER.

MURDER BY A BROTHER.

On Saturday a man named John Lawless came to his house In Marshall-lane. He was at the time in a state intoxication, and brought two of his com|>amons along with Imn. His brother, Peter. Lawless, who was in bed, insisted that the two strangers should not come into the house. A d
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO Tax BUND ASTLUK.

TO Tax BUND ASTLUK.

Bosanquet v. Gore*. —This was suit for trying the validity of the last codicil the will of the late Mrs. Susannah Curtis, who died worth 15,000/. The deceased pave at first 100/. to the Asylum for the Indigent Blind ; but having gone over it, and seen the blind children work, an
31 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland