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FRANCE.

FRANCE.

COU T OF ASSI2ES-DFC. 19. [We give a portion of one day's proceedings, in order to, afford the English reader some idea of the scenes whichl n have marked the progress'of the recent trial for conspiracy.] el The Avocat-General, in summing up the evidenee for the crown, stated th
30 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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i THEATREI{ RO Y AL, t-st appearaW e ?? season of Mrs. WAYLETT, who., engaged for a few nights only. T HIS PRESENT SATURDAY, December 28, 3 their Majesties' Servants will perform the favourite onoedy of THE BEELLES STRATAGEM. Doricourt, Mr Calcraft; Flutter, Mr Browne; Sir George
28 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HENRY-STREET POLICE-OFFICE.—YESTERDAY.

HENRY-STREET POLICE-OFFICE.—YESTERDAY.

I . I t te :i ' HENRY-STREET POLICE-oFFICE.--YESTEhRDAV . WILLIA:II ]ALOitAVE, COLLECTOR OF CUSTOWXS, V. EJOIIN MIURPHY.' This was an information against the defendant, seeking to have him convicted as a seafaring mapi4 under the act of the 3d and 4th William IV., chap. 5A of hay
28 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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PUBLICATIONS, NLWr* WORKS OF OTION BY llS'TINlGUSID WRITEhRS. ; S J A PSishCd bY fficHARD BENTLEY, Newy furiirrgtirreet, and ts> be hlad of all respectable Bcoksellers tiroughout the United Kingdom, .Ifi vols. post 80o. A Li- M I D: 1) L R T 0 N G 9 a ir A RSTORY of the PrFUs:s D
19 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REPEAL OF THE UNION AND ABOLITION OF CHURCH CESS.

REPEAL OF THE UNION AND ABOLITION OF CHURCH CESS.

R¢PEA, OF THE UNION AND ABOLITION OF' RIPE AL OF CHURCH CESS. I i Yesterday a meeting of the parishioners of St. James'" 1iarish took place at theliarish School-rooms, in James's- street. Thc meeting was called by requisition, for thlc pur- pose or pctitionlinig ar~]aineam t fol
19 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MINERAL ZAFFKRIA,

MINERAL ZAFFKRIA,

MINERAL Fof filing Decayed' Teeth without Pain', Heat, orPreeewe , and Incorrodible Mineral Teeth, without Wiree t Syringe, or any other Ligatures. PATRONISED BY THE KINO HOLLAND AND WILY. THE MESSRS: RUBY AND LEWRV JOjPRUAIN, "SURGEON-DENTISTS FROM GERMANY/ Who have taken up the
30 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGE.

MARRIAGE.

Dec. 2A, Mallow Churcb, the Rev. Sackville Hamilton, James D'Arcy Fox, third son James Fox, Gaßyim, county Meath, Esq., Sarah, fourth daughter of James Tarrant, of Mallow, county Cork, Eaq. DEATHS. Dec. 13, ot Dundalk, Anne, relict the late Thomas Montolleu, of Brompton, Middles
30 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KENNEDY'S HOMER. Books Ito 8. New Edition. Price 9t. A literal Translation of Ditto. Price 4s. IV. KENNEDY'S HOMER. Books

KENNEDY'S HOMER. Books Ito 8. New Edition. Price 9t. A literal Translation of Ditto. Price 4s. IV. KENNEDY'S HOMER. Books

9to 16. Price Bs. A Literal Translation of Ditto. Price 4s. 6d. # v Vol. 3, containing Books to 24, in the Press, and will shortly be published. V. GEOGHEGAN'S CYROP.EDIA OF XENOPHON Books Ito 3. Price A Literal Translation of Ditto. Price 3s. VI. WALKER'S LUCIAN. New Edition. P
09 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCELLORSHIP OF OXFORD UNIVERSITY.

CHANCELLORSHIP OF OXFORD UNIVERSITY.

The precarious state of Lord Grenville's health ha» caused some active canvassing, and more conjecture, to the succession to the high and enviable station of Chancellor of the University of Oxford. The Whigs have set Lord Carlisle, we believe. That he set up by the YVhigs, quite
09 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOSS AT SEA—THE MARY ANNE FROM NEW YORK

LOSS AT SEA—THE MARY ANNE FROM NEW YORK

The following was contained In a bottle, picked up a few days since on the shore, a few miles below Plymouth, by Mr. Curtis, of Falmouth: " Sen, April 26. *33. " Mary Anne (for South Seas), Captain Westley, from New York, destroyed by fire at midnight, through the captain's crue
06 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland