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THE WAR IN THE PENINSULA.

THE WAR IN THE PENINSULA.

regret to stale that both in Portugal and Spain a species of sanguinary retaliation appears to taking place in respect to prisoners on each side that will give a very disgusting aspect to these struggles if they last much longer.— Glub*.
05 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY, DECEMRLR 28, 1883.

SATURDAY, DECEMRLR 28, 1883.

SATURDAY, 28, 1883. lion there must be, and he thinks that country happy where the lamb may lie down beside him. It is absurd, lie adds, to suppose that there should not a ruling power therefore for upholding that ruling power which knows expeiience to be tolerant one, rather tha
28 December 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
MU. O’CONNELL

MU. O’CONNELL

Trembling, throng]) every joint his Tail, at the progressive exposition ol liis political ' cheats Scapin'' —and, consequently, for the annual Kent, the lust gale which has probably been received, and the balance sheet of humbug closed, the bully of agitation has addressed an od
28 December 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Till-: CHKEULKSS CURISTMAS, 1933

Till-: CHKEULKSS CURISTMAS, 1933

Till-: CHKEULKSS CURISTMAS, shall have celebrated ?) ere our next number will be given to the inspection and perusal o( our legion and readers, the festival Christmas. It may naturally expected from those that know of old, that we should have our preliminary budget fun now to bri
28 December 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
The First Rate Steamer A It» Seventy Horse Power, JA M E S MARSH, CorotnaiKler, WILL sail from the Custom-House

The First Rate Steamer A It» Seventy Horse Power, JA M E S MARSH, CorotnaiKler, WILL sail from the Custom-House

Qjt;uoxforil, HUDAV next, Ilia 3rd of o'Cock in the forenoon. —** for Freight or Passage, apply itt the Steam Packet Office, next door to the Custom-House. To Sail positively the liour a] 'pointed. WILLIAM POWELL, Agent. Wexford, Dec. 2 Bth 18.53.
28 December 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
The First Rate Steamer Alt SKY, Seventy Horse y JAMES MARSH, Cqi^mai/ler, WII.I, sni FRIU 1 from the Custom-Housei ford,

The First Rate Steamer Alt SKY, Seventy Horse y JAMES MARSH, Cqi^mai/ler, WII.I, sni FRIU 1 from the Custom-Housei ford,

t-VIiEK, at on o’Cock in the afternoon for Freight or *.ge, apply at the Steam Packet Office, next door to the Custom-Ilvjuse. To Sail positively at the hour appointed. WILLIAM POWELL, Agent. Wexford, Dec. 20th 18->3.
21 December 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
STEAM H»AI KXeUIsION.

STEAM H»AI KXeUIsION.

Tlie AieeriiMn |»i|«'r' an aeconnl ilie exjilo-ion nt i iie hm-Imi Missh i i, '•y vriiicn |<vi>uns Jail li.eir livea. STATE OF THE COUNTRY. KILKENNY. Conspiracy to Murdir.—Many of our readers must he already aware that diabolical conspiracy has for sometime existed against the l
12 December 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
LOUSTY OF WEST St E\ Til.

LOUSTY OF WEST St E\ Til.

LET, f;ir sith tf.km as may bf. agrf.f.d on. And iimneuiute Pinae.\sion yivtn, THE HOUSE, OFFICES, AND Fifty Acres of the Loads oj GUILFORD With excellent in very tine condillon House is roomy, aoo l re|iair, til for the immediate ion of family. Tin is piiiue (pniiuy lot either
12 December 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
. , t- .f. lha of their charge the libel, they did net sttempt justify. Bason Smith, said, that It

. , t- .f. lha of their charge the libel, they did net sttempt justify. Bason Smith, said, that It

did not follow that the defendants must be guilty because they did not justify they would say they did not publish. Mr. O'Coooell—Very well, we will prove that, and convict both. Witness 1 don't know if the two Binghams were members the committee ; the books were not in court; t
12 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

On Monday evening his Grare the Lord Primate arrived at the residence of the Bev. 11. Tigbe, at Queensborough, preparatory to bolding a confirmation in St Peter’s Church Tuesday. The |>arishionen of Cove have voted an address and a piece of plate to the Rev. P. W. Drew, on his r
12 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland