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COUNTRY WHOLESALE DEALERS WOOLLEN &c. J. CLARE, of No. 9, UPPER ORMOND-QUAY, about retiring from business, respectfully inform the Public,

COUNTRY WHOLESALE DEALERS WOOLLEN &c. J. CLARE, of No. 9, UPPER ORMOND-QUAY, about retiring from business, respectfully inform the Public,

that he will dispose his \VJn,L-ASSORTED STOCK of WOOLLEN-DRAFERJT and MEN'S MERCEKV, purchased Cash, twelve months since, at and under prime either in hulk or retail, asking hut the lowest price in either way. Wool having raised in pric.e from 15s. to 305., ought make the purch
06 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH WHIG LANDLORDS.

ENGLISH WHIG LANDLORDS.

Duke of Devonshire—my Lords Lansdowne, Darnley, Fitzwilliara—ye who have been legislating for O’Connell, and with a view—vain hope !—of satisfying his followers—what think ye of this appropriation of yonr Irish estates ? ‘•To atop the continued drain he (Mr. O'Cunoell) would not
06 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LATE STORM.

LATE STORM.

The Provincial Papers bring accounts of great damage done by the storm of last Thursday. In Waterford, the vessels bound to the mooring ground broke loose, snapping a chain, each link of which weighed forty pounds I At Passage, near Waterford, there was an extraordinary return o
06 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
VOL. VI) destructive storm, (From thM Boyle G axe tie.) On Thjrwlay night last we were viaited by moat terrific

VOL. VI) destructive storm, (From thM Boyle G axe tie.) On Thjrwlay night last we were viaited by moat terrific

itorm. Dering the whole Then day the appearance of the cloud., they drifted in wild confusion through the air, seemed to portend hupicane; and, about 11 o’clock, p, m., the hollow moaning of the wind announced it. approach. Wowing in South-Easterly direction, Md i« a short time
06 December 1833 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
INCENDIARISM IN ENGLAND.

INCENDIARISM IN ENGLAND.

Cambhiooe, Dkc. 1 Again the demon of incendiarism has been fearfully in operation in this neighborhood, although no motive whatever can be ascribed the only cause that can be assigned is the proprietor having been chosen one the overseers of the parish of Barton, near Cambridge.
06 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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JOHN SCOTT VANDELECR, ESQ.

JOHN SCOTT VANDELECR, ESQ.

We copy the following from GaUf/nani's Mtaengtr. J t refers to some statements respecting this gentleman which recently appeared in the Irish papers ; We understand that the exaggerated and very incorrect reports respecting John Scott Vandelcur, Esq., son of the Colonel Vandeleu
06 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF TRADE.

STATE OF TRADE.

The accounts from the manufacturing districts represent trade stationary, bat an improvement is expected the approach of Christmas— Ghbe. Several men were apprehended for rioting and figliting in the rtretis last Sunday morning the police. The conduct of those disturbers of the
06 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(laughter.) ktU Whlgt' proceedlee In lifisnd. and they net think u* »tien th<T tMak they cmn get u« *U lh**-

(laughter.) ktU Whlgt' proceedlee In lifisnd. and they net think u* »tien th<T tMak they cmn get u« *U lh**-

Tba pablication which ie proeocatcd hero lo long aad I that) h« ahligM to Minn long yoorotoa in the readlak gf h. Mtorney Generel hn <»U« upon you toarten with to the opinion tho Court. I eallwpoa yon to *0 too—of course do- The AttomarOanciah Ooold hot conceal from you that the
06 December 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

LI7'Zd TUR,. -, ?? MTHE MAGAZINES., Au exel~lent average number of this staunch, uncoapro.. a wsisiug, radical periodical, is the number for the present month. I its fault is, perhaps, that itis too matter-of-fact--too litile of ii fiction . Tait is, in practice, too much of a li
06 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPILL LUCIAN, with Alphabetical Vocabulary ■ice 7s. bound. THE FASTI OF OVID, with copious English Notes. Price ss. Literal Translation

SPILL LUCIAN, with Alphabetical Vocabulary ■ice 7s. bound. THE FASTI OF OVID, with copious English Notes. Price ss. Literal Translation

of Ditto. Price 2s. Cd. PRF.NDEVILLE'S C/ESAR. Books to 5. Price 61. bound. Literal Translation of Ditto. Price 2s. hound. IMPROVED EDITION OF PA[RICK'S lERENCE, Svo. Price lf>s. HAWKESAVORTH'S CASSAR. Books to With Intcrlineary Translation. Price -Is. hound. And in a few days w
06 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland