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EXPRESS.

EXPRESS.

** Batovs e, Nov. 26. —The Csrlut fiction the Biscayan provinces is entirely broken up. Its Generalissimo, the Duke Gienadi. arrived here yesterday afternoon. The roads from the frontier are crowded with fugitives coining France. You may suppose that it is only the leaders those
05 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

THE LATE STORM. (FROM THE LIMERICK CHRONICLE TFSTErn,. > SHIPWRECK THE CITT L.MER.CE master, constant trader between this port and Lop.d.'n and der of her cargo, consisting of the following 100 ,'i J. Kelly and Co. ; 4SO firkins butter. bales hie,,, i pork ,\1 Donnells .060 filk
05 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WM. HEARD.

WM. HEARD.

Daunl’s* Square, Dec. 6. OWNERS AND MASTERS (it &HIPS AND VESSELS/ S7\ MAY be supplied with Fine Siotyi BOYS, fitted out with Clothing and Bedding,/by applying board the Marine Society’s Ship off Gree/wichAor at, the Marine Society’s Office, 54, Bishop Gate Sfireet, where Subscr
05 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Op TRSTERDAr. )

Op TRSTERDAr. )

) ' schoonkk, Cooper. «n(! London, plo . i"S:-100 tierce, beef, holes becon, 130 barrel, Gnown.; GO puncher,,,, the Heads Friday • wave struck her on tl.e ePeons, and e.ery port,, uninaoajeablg. .NVured to keep her off the the west, andariolect is last resource, on S i- I still n
05 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27.

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27.

Immediately after the Judge took bis seat, the Jury being in ihe box Mr. Holmes addressed the Jury in reply, a considerable lenglb, after which Chief Just ice Doherty charged the Jury atconsiderahle lensrtb. After Iht* Jurv absent about half an hour, they returned into Court, wh
05 December 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
To be Sold by Auction, 3

To be Sold by Auction, 3

Sold Auction, for nrAPF MOSKV. SAIjIjYPARX, ENNISKILLEN, O/I Wednesday the 1 \lh Dcccmb/'r, Inst., rpilF. lIOCSEHOT.n FCRNITT RF. I.ieutenant I Ur.inv, eon«i*tine of Breakfast an.) Hiniin; I'.ihlcs, Mahoganv nml other Chairs, excellent Keatlu-r Beds and Hedd'inp, Parlour, Itranin
05 December 1833 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
day will tend of it* terror* Thu*, theo, ? tTQRM. with frequent election* increased popular excitement— Dooeb, Notembe* 29.—1n the

day will tend of it* terror* Thu*, theo, ? tTQRM. with frequent election* increased popular excitement— Dooeb, Notembe* 29.—1n the

hurnrano erenwith the ballot, perhaps—new parties springing up in the the ship Kingston, of London, ton*, Crouch House a call for food out of the House—and with the Irish master, from Quebec, laden with timber, deals, and spare, Protestant* on our side at last (for at last they
05 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VesterJay, the fifteenth annual meeting the Hibernian Auxiliary Bible Society, was held at tbe Bolimtla. Atone o'clock Major Sirr was

VesterJay, the fifteenth annual meeting the Hibernian Auxiliary Bible Society, was held at tbe Bolimtla. Atone o'clock Major Sirr was

called to the char, and tho meeting commenced with a prayer the Rev. Mr. Culle. Tne report was then rea the secretary, Mr. Johnston, and was in substance as follows : —• Tbe fifteenth year of the society has come to close, and in reviewing their proceedings during that period fo
05 December 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE VESTRY CESS.

THE VESTRY CESS.

will recollected that the Government, in order Id allay, as speedily passible, the irri'atinu occasioned the Vestry Cess in Ireland, lor purposns merely ecclesiastical,gave directions that the collection oftheVes'ry Ces-, voted last bluster should be suspended, anil, tbe same ti
05 December 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE

Viscount Alford, eldest son of Earl Brownlow, who has lately become of age, is heir to the large estates now enjoyed the Countess of Bridgewater, under a singular provision in the will of General John William, Earl of Bridgewater, her Ladyship’s husband. It Is that the young Vis
05 December 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland