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THEATRE ROYAL. LAST WEEK OF THE ENGAGEMENT OF MR. W5i FARREN. ' / 7rPIS PRESENT TeUESDAY, December 10, tb Ma- .Ijesties' Servants will perform the favouritesledy of THE CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE. Lord Ogleby, Mr W. Farsen; Sterling,' Mr Rees; Love- wll, Mr Ternan; Sir John Mielvil, MA
10 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE or IRISH STOCKS

PRICE or IRISH STOCKS

PRICE IRISH STOCKS Hank Stock, Contois, per Cent,, Gorrrnoient Stock,34 per Cent ■ Stock, 34 per Cent.,( New Debentures,34 per Cent Grand Canal Loan, (Red.), 6 per Cent Royal Canal Stock Hibernian Bank, Provincial Bank, Mi nine Company THE EVENING MAIL.
09 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTION—QUEEN'S COUNTY.

AUCTION—QUEEN'S COUNTY.

'TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, without reserve, CHARLF.VILLE, the residence of the late CHARLES WHITE, Esq., on TUESDAY, the 17th DECEMBER Instant, the entire stock of cattle, consisting of Milch Cows, Plough Heifers and Bullocks, one and two year old Heifers and bullocks, Calves,fat a
09 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING AT THE CORN-EXCHANGE.

MEETING AT THE CORN-EXCHANGE.

Oo Saturday there was a meeting held the Corn Exchange, by advertisement, to take measures regarding the Corporation Inquiry. There were about thirty peraoos in attendance. E. S. RUTHVBH, Esq., P., in the Chair. Mr. O'COSNRLL made a long speech, in the course which he entered in
09 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROPOSALS.

PROPOSALS.

Governor of the House Industry will receive Proposals for supplying that Institution with the following articles, from the of JANUARY to the of DECEMBER, 1834, viz BEEF, MUTTON, and OX HEADS. PURE NEW MILK. BUTTERMILK. / TABLE BEER. // POTATOES, SALT, BARM. SOAP, CANDLES, LARD.
13 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE FIFTEENTH HUSSARS.

THE FIFTEENTH HUSSARS.

The United Service Journal says—" We regret to find that the breach in the 15th Hussars, which thought had been healed by the judicious and equitable interference of the General Coinmaoding-in-Chief, bas been re-opened. On the merits of the present case, though accurately inform
11 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NORTHERN WHIG.

THE NORTHERN WHIG.

12 December 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Valuable Property Tralee* FOR SALE. TWO New and Commodious HOUSES, with suitable SHOPS, &c.. an adjoining DWELLINGHOUSE to the Rear

Valuable Property Tralee* FOR SALE. TWO New and Commodious HOUSES, with suitable SHOPS, &c.. an adjoining DWELLINGHOUSE to the Rear

thereof, Extensive Soap, Can. die, and Salt Factory, with the appropriate Apparatus, on' the same Premises, upon which upwards of TWO THOUBA.HTO OS Have been expended, lying and situate in the Square, and Two DWELLING- SHOPS, in Russell-Street, all in the Townjg.TßyffeF, County
12 December 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Tbe second mode of proceeding against libellers, is, by indictment. It might be urged, that libel is a mere personality,

Tbe second mode of proceeding against libellers, is, by indictment. It might be urged, that libel is a mere personality,

and should be left to tbe civil code, which will give damagea in proportion the injury done. But our laws treat it as being also criminal offence, on tbe ground that it tends lo a breach of the peace, by provoking the person libelled, indict summary/chastisement on the slanderer
09 December 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A LADY, who has raided M GOVERNESS, in Private Family, a similar ensagement. She is competent to gift fnsjrujf ion

A LADY, who has raided M GOVERNESS, in Private Family, a similar ensagement. She is competent to gift fnsjrujf ion

in the usual branches of Female Letters (post-paiJf E. F., at the Office of this paper, wilt be wnmediaMy attended to. 918 Messrs. Richard &. John S. Murray Take leave to return sincere (hanks their Friends and the Public, for the very liberal share of patronage and support they
09 December 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland