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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
 
Inaugural Ode for the New Year. ll.—Queen Elizabeth and the Dublin Uni vend ty. 111. —Song of theChonau. IV.— State

Inaugural Ode for the New Year. ll.—Queen Elizabeth and the Dublin Uni vend ty. 111. —Song of theChonau. IV.— State

and Prospects of the Country. V.—Hilloa our fancyyiiyht Ft ret. Vl.—Triumphant Love. Vll.—The I.iter*y the German of Schiller. Vlll.—Scotland. Glasgow. IX. —Hints from High Places. No. 111. Tff-lji Maudit Printemps, from Berengcr. Xl.—Memoirs late Edward Walsh, M.D., with Notice
31 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTV OF MONAGHAN.

COUNTV OF MONAGHAN.

■'O BE LET, for »uch Term may be on, JL the HOUSE, OFFICES, GARDEN, amTThir* *is Acres, One Rood, and Thirty seven Perches of the Lfnls SLACKESGROVE, within Five Miles of the Town fcf (Monaghan ; beautifully situated ; not requiring any outlur, being alt in perfect order; and im
31 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIA AND TURKEY.

RUSSIA AND TURKEY.

The intelligence from the east of Europe resolves itself into this—that Russia has absolute possession of whatever portion of Turkey nominally remains under the Government of the Sultan, and that notwithstanding all the threats of France and England, she will have it in her powe
31 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIGNS OF THE TIMES.

SIGNS OF THE TIMES.

There are a set of fat- headed fools who live upon the aristocracy, who in their trades or professions are supported alone by the constitutional distinction of rank in the country, who goon grinning and eating their Christmas chines and sausages, and tell you—“ Oh, it is all stu
31 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROSECUTIONS fN FRANCE.

PROSECUTIONS fN FRANCE.

The French governmenl have experienced a defeat in the Chamber of Deputies, by the rejection of M. Persel, the Attorney-Genera), who a candidate for the office of Vice- President, in opposition to M. Berenger. The failure of M. Persel caused by the unpopularity of the recent uns
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CASPAR HAUSER.

CASPAR HAUSER.

NrRF.MBt'RG, Dkc. 19,—Caspar Hauser (as have said), died of his wound on the 17tb. seems that suspicion is entertained of a merchant of Bohemia, who arrived at Anspach, and left it in his own carriage. A Captain in a British regiment stationed In the Mediterranean, has taken off
31 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR J. M. DOYLE AND ADMIRAL SARTORIUS.

SIR J. M. DOYLE AND ADMIRAL SARTORIUS.

The misunderstanding between Sir John M. Doyle and Admiral Sariorius has been satisfactorily explained. The Sun says —We are happy to find that Admiral Sartorius and Major- General Sir John Milley Doyle have taken the advice which we gave them, to settle their dispute amicably,
31 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland