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VOTE BY BALLOT.

VOTE BY BALLOT.

The Corporation of London have discovered that the vote by ballot is the most iniquitous system in the world, and, after having returned a Mr. Grout, or Grote, or some such person, as one of the Representatives of London, merely because he pledged himself to vote through thick a
26 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EPITAPH

EPITAPH

Inscription on the Tomb stone of Blacksmith, in Manslield Churchyard, Nottinghamshire. My Tosps and Hammers lie declin’d. Jir/tows, too, have lost their wind My Fire's extinct, my For/te decay’d, And In the dust my Fiet is lay’d ; My Coals are spent, my Iron's gone, My Nails are
26 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Divisional Presidents for December

Divisional Presidents for December

Salaries Commission to Collector ..884 1 14 2 Printing Blank Petitions .. .. .. 318 0 Advertising .. .. .. ..500 Total Expenditure .. .. 258 15 6 Balance against the Charity Dec. 6, 1833.. jEISO 4 the Presidents’ Reports, it appeared that THREE THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED and SIXTYTHRE
19 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WINES,

WINES,

Prime Red Bronti Madeira, not inferior to Port; also superior White Bronti Madeira ; most superior Sicilian Wines, It. %d. per bottle, \l. per dozen. per bottle. per do. #. d. £ I. d. Fine Port Wine, 4 years old, in wood, and lately bottled .. .. 20.. 140 Prime Old Port .. .. 2
19 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILLTOWN LODGE, NEAR ROEBUCK.

MILLTOWN LODGE, NEAR ROEBUCK.

handsome country place to be disposed vf, J. situate the South side, within Two Miles Dublin, and in most delightful and safe neighbourhood. The House is perfect order, and contains Parlour, Drawing-room, Five Bed-rooms, Kitchen, and the necessary 'accommodation for respectable
19 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTION

AUCTION

Of a superior selection of Husehold Furniture, all nearly new, being lately purchased at one of the best Manufacturing Houses in Dublin ; also, a Cabinet Piano Forte, with extra additional Keys, (in Rosewood Case;) a light Travelling Phseton; a new Hunting Saddle and Bridle; and
21 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BARONY OF FArADINKKN.

BARONY OF FArADINKKN.

The only proprietors in this barony who are considered of sufficient importance to be summoned on the Grand Jury are Major Bryan and the Hon. C. B. Clarke Wandesford, both of whom are now, and have been for a long time past, absent from the county. The Marquess of Ormoud and the
21 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
•' These volumes narrate the event* with an animation perfectly consistent with simplicity. Come what will, Mr. has reared a

•' These volumes narrate the event* with an animation perfectly consistent with simplicity. Come what will, Mr. has reared a

nohle beacon. Faithful and forcible, he shews us the evils of weak submission in the government, and of arrogant demand in the people. To all he gives the mighty moral ot Revolution. That his history is told with ease and eloquence is its humblest praise."—flfaci./axxf’* Maq. Th
14 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A CARD.

A CARD.

CARD. THE MISSES MANNING, induced wemerou* applications for Private Tuitions, have opened AuOdemy at their residence, 44, aguot-stsk.kt, three day* each week, for the Instruction of select number oHinnig Ladies, every branch of Female Education. In limiting the number of Academy
10 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POLES.

THE POLES.

Extract of letter from Dijon, dated the SOth ult.:—“The Pole* of the depot in thi» town, wishing to celebrate I art evening the annivenary of their revolution, had received permittion so to from the autboritiei, on condition that the fete •' raid be entirely Polish, and that not
10 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland