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LONDON—CECBMBER 12.

LONDON—CECBMBER 12.

The Duke of Wellington is entertaining dis: tinguished party at Sirathfiehisay Hi* Grace gave a grant} dinner on Tuesday evening to the Prince and Princess Lieven Dieut. Col. and Mr*. Maberley, Mr. and Mte. C. Arbwth* not Lord Hotland’thealth has considerably improved since his
18 December 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
INDiA—ORDERS IN COUNCIL.

INDiA—ORDERS IN COUNCIL.

INDiA—ORDERS COUNCIL. Three most importani orders council were published in Friday night’s Gazettb, for regulating the trade of British subjects with China. By these orders all the rules and regula- lions at present in force at Canton are provisionally continued, except in so far
18 December 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
l*rlce Slxpeiace. THE CROWN PROSECUTION Mr. O'ComiMell delivered a powerful d«fence,aii<l proved that the geneial rule does not hold always

l*rlce Slxpeiace. THE CROWN PROSECUTION Mr. O'ComiMell delivered a powerful d«fence,aii<l proved that the geneial rule does not hold always

good—that he who pleads his owiTcause has -fool for hit own client. He spoke for upwards our liours.aud' was eloquent, argumentative, and discreet Whetner it was prudent no, in the lovers Bri; tish connexion, and tne opponents Repeal afford ich a man surli an opportunity, and be
04 December 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
guns Mlnutij,it li»>i l*«e« tW«t _ rt ccniinne »ct until r«r 'f' 1 Ulster Plenipotentiary coulJ service* Don were entirely

guns Mlnutij,it li»>i l*«e« tW«t _ rt ccniinne »ct until r«r 'f' 1 Ulster Plenipotentiary coulJ service* Don were entirely

«rMuitoas. hi* fortune w»* HmiteJ. He wa«, mois tliHn 40 year* ago, Amltts*»dor George t.a Third from King John of Portugal. bo« »n!.se 'tent. )y for long time at Rome, where. time of hi* death, he had .plendid pala. e. <o brother af the Marqul*. the Cond* .are» one of the wealt
04 December 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
REPEAL OF THE UNION—WEXFORD.

REPEAL OF THE UNION—WEXFORD.

Pursuant to requisition, the freemen ami other inhabitants of this town met on Friday, at the Assembly Rooms, his Worship the Mayor in the rhair, and adopted resolutions and petitions against tithes, and for a repeal of the Union— Hut we feel it due Mr. Walker to slate that his
28 December 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW JURY BILL.

THE NEW JURY BILL.

It is quite evident that the Tories, Conservatives, and Orangemen scattered over this country, look with the greatest apprehension upon the new jury bill. By every mode they are endeavoring to bring it into disrepute, and amongst other monstrous inventions of theirs is one that
28 December 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRADES1 UNIONS.

TRADES1 UNIONS.

TRADES UNIONS. There was public meeting of the members the Trade.• Unions of Loudon, held on Monday evening, in the National Institution, Charlotte-street, to support the operatives of Derby against the rombinaliou of their employers. The Rev. Dr. Wade, author of the work History
28 December 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FAMINE IN INDIA.

FAMINE IN INDIA.

A dreadful famine prevails in Southern India, the consequences of the late drought in that quarter. The tremendous storm and flood which deluged the lower parts of Bengal in the early part of the year, occurred if to exhaust the usual supply of moisture for the southern province
28 December 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY REFORM.

CHANCERY REFORM.

publish a second letter from An Ex-Official of the Court itself.” rumored, we cannot say how truly, that Lord Plunkett contemplates the introduction of two billsone for sweeping away the Six Clerks, and numerous other officers of the Court, by which a saving of upwards of 4,000/
28 December 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WAT IN MEXICO.

WAT IN MEXICO.

I»y the North America, Captain .Many, which arrived Jdvtrpool on Monday afternoon, Now York papers to the r.'.t instant liave been received. These papers bring accounts from Mexico to the second N vember, from which it appears that Santa Anna had complctcU the insurgents, an tha
28 December 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland