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_ f I { %l*n SATO ft DA VS» S OV TEA. ANNUAL charity sermon. 'CHOLAS, MURPHY, INDIGENT ROOM KEEPERS'

_ f I { %l*n SATO ft DA VS» S OV TEA. ANNUAL charity sermon. 'CHOLAS, MURPHY, INDIGENT ROOM KEEPERS'

SOCIETY. 7«1 an »«ort«I from Sa**, with which _^ HE go verNORS of the above useful and effective ' ’.bwioeoppjy their Comomer. | the Poor beg announce to ««. , , Pobiic, that their Ann.wl Appeal axed for j ,io. Scale SUGAR and COFFEE, ]?th , on th ,, Christ .n Cent. Discount Tra
31 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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31 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR DUBLIN. THE MARKETS.

FOR DUBLIN. THE MARKETS.

CORK MARKETS, TUESDAY, Banelt. THIS DAY. 421 Wheat 6d @ SWs 20s @2Bs ( 210 Barley 61 ® 6dl 121 12s fid to 13s 61) Here 00s •'’’l Od J Oats 6d to 9l( 9rf to 10s 10,1 J YESTERDAY. 211 Wheat from to 90s 61 to 141 Bariev to 12s 6* !2s 61 to Here Os to OO* 00 00s to 0.1 Oats to d 0..
31 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS DAY—-SEVENTH DAY.

THIS DAY—-SEVENTH DAY.

With Kit usual precision, the gallant took bis within a few rainutea to Eleven o'clock. Captain and his friends soon after appeared, and the Nobio Prosecutor having entered, and the Court having been calUd over, the trial was proceeded with. Colonel White said something the Pres
31 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SAILING OF VESSELS.

SAILING OF VESSELS.

Satukhat, D.c 28-Daring the la* fe- day. , great nut-tan of «-eU, which bad been detained in port | t ta long prerailing westerly winds, have been , J change of wind the eastward, proceed sea. vveiinesday, Chris.mas-d.y, upward, of hundred vessel, of all sorts and sires, from th
31 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
» V MERCANTILE SALE. HONDURAS' MAHOGANY BY AUCTION. | JOHN S. HADDOCK , ttferTor Sale by AUCTION, on THUII&MY. VV

» V MERCANTILE SALE. HONDURAS' MAHOGANY BY AUCTION. | JOHN S. HADDOCK , ttferTor Sale by AUCTION, on THUII&MY. VV

Mt JANUARY, 1834, at ONE o’Cleck. at*/»|W the Cargo of the Bright*, CaAin Cbay, arrived direct from the Bay, coiuitting 1106 Log* Prime Hondurat Mahogany/ particularly selected for this market * Terms at Sale. J. BARCROFT, Bxker. Dublin 271h December, 1833. WANTS. , . WANTED, Yo
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PIER HEAD—DUBLIN. EVENING TIDE—Dec. 29. ARIUVKD r»<‘M I^ondon SAILED FUR Isabella, ffrain, the Fourth steamer, and paHsen*ri s, Liverpool Wind—W.

PIER HEAD—DUBLIN. EVENING TIDE—Dec. 29. ARIUVKD r»<‘M I^ondon SAILED FUR Isabella, ffrain, the Fourth steamer, and paHsen*ri s, Liverpool Wind—W.

Thtmra steamer, goods and passengers. MORNING TIDE— Dec. 30. Ariel, general cargo, Killaroeyigeaetal cargo. Three vessels with malt. Sailed—Norw. Wind—W. ARRIVED FROM Loinlnu Bi istol
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DISCOVERY OF A GANG OF ROBBERS ANT ASSASSINS.

DISCOVERY OF A GANG OF ROBBERS ANT ASSASSINS.

* The French Journals of last month mentioned the exe- cution of two persons, man and wife, named Martin, and of a servant of theirs, named Roehette. It would seem that this Martin and his wife, who kept a'public-house. were in thie habit for 25 years of murdering and robbing tho
31 December 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARLBOROUGH-STREET CHAPEL.

MARLBOROUGH-STREET CHAPEL.

Wednesday, beirig the festival of the Nativity, a high mass was celebrated in the chapel of the Conception, Marlborough-streef, which was attended by the Marchioness Wellesly, and her sister, Miss Calon, who arrived at eleven o’clock, and were conducted to magnificent seats, pre
31 December 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BOVAL SPORTSMAN;

THE BOVAL SPORTSMAN;

The lonj Hay of his Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex Ramon, the seat the hail of has been matter of some mirth among s|>orUmeu. The Duke’s fowling pieces were ready loaded for him, and was placed at lire corner the cover, where the pheasants were flushed before him like pigeons
31 December 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland