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PUBLICATIONS. REPEAL OF THE UNION. THIS DAY, BCCGMBF.K 7, will published, in pan. phlet form, by P. BYRNE, Anglesea-ftreet. (within

PUBLICATIONS. REPEAL OF THE UNION. THIS DAY, BCCGMBF.K 7, will published, in pan. phlet form, by P. BYRNE, Anglesea-ftreet. (within

dne door of Collcgo-green,) and to be had of all Bookselldrs,, PRICE ONE SHILLING, J / -j THK IMPORTANT J ' SPEECH of DANIEL O’CONNELL, Esq,ARP. UPON THE REPEAL OF THE L'NgbN, Delivered at the TRIALof RICHARD BARRETT, Esq. Taken in Short-Hand WILLIAM B. MACCABE, of the Mornimj H
07 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HIBERNIAN BANKING COMPANY.

HIBERNIAN BANKING COMPANY.

A DIVIDEND, at the rate of ‘2per Cent, on the advanced' Capital for the Half Year ended Ist November last/will be paid to all Holders of the Company’s Stock on thiyal of December, on and alter Monday, the 16th instant, until w£ich day the Books for Transfer will be closed. By Or
07 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

The French papers of Monday have been received, but they contain no later news from Madrid than the 24th November. All the accounts from the North of Spain continue to be entirely favorable to the Queen’s cause. Everywhere the Carlists are beaten, pursued, and dispersed, or forc
07 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

Baron Pennefather has left town for Darling-hill, county Tipperary. Lady Harriet Daly has arrived in Henrietta-street, from her seat, county Wicklow. General Sir G. L. Cole and the Hon. Arthur Cole have arrived at Lord Cole was expected on Thurs- day. Enniskillen barracks were i
07 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH PROVISIONS.

IRISH PROVISIONS.

In the last week there were not any arrivals of Friesland butter, but from Kiel, Leer, &c., there were 2948 casks; and Irom Ireland rather an extensive supply, say 28,966 firkins, aud 7316 bales of bacon, with further arrivals yesterday from that country of 2942 firkins of butte
07 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JOSEPHIAN SOCIETY DINNER.

JOSEPHIAN SOCIETY DINNER.

COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE. Joe is 6*’ die Junii l&iS. THE RIGHT HON. SIR JAMES GRAHAM. BART., IN THE CHAIR. EFFECTS OF THE BANKING SYSTEM IRELAND. Mr. Joseph Sanoars's examination—cantiHuedfrom our lust. You say rents are very high should you consider that rents have fallen withi
07 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
All Horses for eacl or before Saturdiy the Twenty-eight day of December, Inst,, except such as have started either of

All Horses for eacl or before Saturdiy the Twenty-eight day of December, Inst,, except such as have started either of

the two first days, which need not be entered for Friday’s race, until the evening previous. The Winner of the Fifty, to pay One Pound, and of the Twenty, Ten Shillings, for scales and and straw. Horses to atari each day precisely at one o’clock, and the decision of the Stewards
07 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN CORN EXCHANGE, DEC. 6. There wa» a fair «uuply of all kiod* |{iaiii market this week, which met a

DUBLIN CORN EXCHANGE, DEC. 6. There wa» a fair «uuply of all kiod* |{iaiii market this week, which met a

dull sale our quotation*. Flour Las beeu al>o sale, without any material alteration iu vaiue. Oatmeal is still scarce, but oo advance in price. Other articles remain last quoted. Wheat, white. 61 27* (kl ; ditto red, 26a ; oat* H* 6<i to 11* 6d ; barley to las ; rape IS* to ; Is
07 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PETER FLAHERTY’S CASE

PETER FLAHERTY’S CASE

We arc requested by Doctor Mackcsy, surgeon to the Leper Hospital, state, that lie fully concurred in opinion with Doctor Poole, in considering the case of Peter Flaherty, one not likely to derive advantage from hospital treatment.” —Waterford Chronicle. From our contemporary of
07 December 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
WILLIAM BANKES, ESQ., M R

WILLIAM BANKES, ESQ., M R

A most novel case occupied the Court of King's Bench in London, during the Ist and 2d inst. Our readers may remember that W. Baukes, Esq., M.P. and a private of the Coldstream Guards were sometime since indicted for a nameless offence, which is capital by law, it the guilt can b
07 December 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland