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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
 
DCCCBtrTIONB

DCCCBtrTIONB

Whkat Baki.st Oats Flour Sacks D 0....... Barrels Bran Cwt Uatuual . ...Loads Malt Ur> Brans Qrt as Ryu . .Qrs Shellriißarletcwi Katesf-ru. . Barrels Indian Corn . .Urs LIVERPOOL CORN TRADE, Decbmiikr Wheat, 70tbs—Irish reil (okl) la 7s ditto, 18.32, Od while ditto, 1832, 7* 7s
31 December 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP CANAL.

SHIP CANAL.

A REQUISITION to the Lord Mayor, to call Meeting of the Merchants, Bankers, Traders, and Citizens Dublin, at as early a day a* possible, to Prepays Petition Parliament, to extend the advantages of town Harbour to the City of Dublin, by means Canal, now lies at .the CORN-EXCHANGE
31 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOLLAND AND BELGIUM

HOLLAND AND BELGIUM

The distress in Belgium is great and grievous—the un - popularity of the Deputy King universal —while Holland, firm to her purpose and inflexible in her independence, has completed all her financial engagements for the year in the most satisfactory manner.
31 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORPORATION.

THE CORPORATION.

A Committee of the Dublin Corporation has sat nearly two days inquiring into the conduct of their Engineer, John Simple, Jun., Ex-Sheriff, concerning a large snin of money said to have been lent or presented to him by a wealthy firm in this city, arising out of the works lately
31 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SMUGGLING.

SMUGGLING.

Henry -street Police Office. On Friday the Solicitor of Customs, Mr. Blacker, applied to the Magistrates to have the provisions of the act 4th William IV,, ch. 53, enforced against the steward of the Thames, a vessel lately arrived from Deroerara, and now lying at the Custom-hou
31 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1 1 or< made. —Cn adilress sfioi PIIC»IDRN aiMress, y Bki literal fir»t day, iv«d tba |MiUlic prws lere*t»» in

1 1 or< made. —Cn adilress sfioi PIIC»IDRN aiMress, y Bki literal fir»t day, iv«d tba |MiUlic prws lere*t»» in

tin th»* ployed," cmst Waihen uii<l At lhi>t in iVAtliog of if (-'apthiii insuntl iiifonun the coi winh l*«» the court in (pillion : The Par.- terms ul The niattfi Captain was un> evening, w«s lh« first thre ( By the P *l, how A...He sail ..Did C b« inj» mtonii df^eontented' A .
31 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland