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. , t- .f. lha of their charge the libel, they did net sttempt justify. Bason Smith, said, that It

. , t- .f. lha of their charge the libel, they did net sttempt justify. Bason Smith, said, that It

did not follow that the defendants must be guilty because they did not justify they would say they did not publish. Mr. O'Coooell—Very well, we will prove that, and convict both. Witness 1 don't know if the two Binghams were members the committee ; the books were not in court; t
12 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCOTCH MAKKKTS.

SCOTCH MAKKKTS.

Dfcbmbkii -The tempestuous state the wrathrr, bince our last, the ult., has caiiai'it manv wre«'ks along the coast, atoi Hie impi»rtofeuru is sinaJl. Harley lias declined Is. Oats are unchanged in value, I,ut Wheat is still dull, and the turn lower. There is fair sale for Oatmea
12 December 1833 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
REDUCTIONS IN THE ARMY.

REDUCTIONS IN THE ARMY.

We are informed that besides the reduction of the militia, the army will be virtually reduced six or seven thousand men, the cessation of recruiting. At no time has the prospect of a long duration of general peace been more promising. Gluhe.
09 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
II 6 | 12 6 9 31 13 0

II 6 | 12 6 9 31 13 0

II 6 | 12 6 9 31 0 0 0 10 0 14 0 PIER HEAD—DUBLIN. EVENING TIDE— Dec. 6. Ballinanloe steamer, and passengers, Nottingham steamer, gooda-and passengers Sparrow, grain Three vessels in ballast. Wind—W. MORNING TIDE— Dkc. 7. Innisfail rteamer, goods and passenger*, Richard and Ann,
09 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REDUCTIONS.

REDUCTIONS.

Several reductions are in contemplation at Duncannon Fort on the new system. The armourer, for many years in charge of the well-kept and extensive armoury of that place, has been dismissed, and some of the more subordinate servants are about to go. We hope it will rest here, as
14 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
pLEBY . PUBLIC ATTENTION 1» RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED TO THE CHEAP WATCH, CLOCK. AND JEWKLLEBJ ESTABLISHMENT, NO. 25, GRAFTON-STREET, f Exactly

pLEBY . PUBLIC ATTENTION 1» RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED TO THE CHEAP WATCH, CLOCK. AND JEWKLLEBJ ESTABLISHMENT, NO. 25, GRAFTON-STREET, f Exactly

opposite Johnston s-conet,j . ■■ WHERE Watches, Clocks, Plate, Jewellery, ami 'every article in this line arc Repaired at half the usual Prices, and Gold, Silver, Diamonds, &c- Ac. taken in exchange. . Musical Boxes, French Watches, and Timepieces also repaired. The Proprietor,
13 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEWRY COMMERCIAL TELEGRAPH*

THE NEWRY COMMERCIAL TELEGRAPH*

THE COMMERCIAL TELEGRAPH* THE AKMY. PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS. Dec. 6. —C«pt J. R. Sornwriß*. h-p- u ** C * Hon. R. H. Browne, from 85. h Poor, to Lient.. rioe Peel. ret. 13th Light Dragoon*—Mijor W. Pert*, from L. Dr.* to Lient.-Colooel, rice P*ter*oo, ret. • I6tk Light Ora*oa
13 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NEW JURY ACT.

NEW JURY ACT.

Notice hereby also giren that a SPECIAL SESSIONS will be hoMru for aiid County, for the Division of .\niiaaH, ARMAGH, on THURSDAY the 26th. and at BALLYBOT, for tbe Division of Mabkxtbill, on FRIDAY the 27th, days of Dkcbmbkb next, pursuant to the Act of 3d sod 4th of William IV
13 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
tvjfial E’tltft

tvjfial E’tltft

tvjfial THE LATE STORM. Wrick op the City or Schooner —Horrible Conduct op the Peasantry. This vessel, which was employed as constant trader between Limerick and London, was laden follows:—100 tierces of beef, J. Kelly and Co.; 480 firkins batter, 50 bales bacon, 150 barrels pork
10 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,

IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,

it the resilience of her Mother, No. 25. T»lbot st»iit, where the will be constantly supplied with the NEWEST FASHIONS. , , Haring learned the Business in one of the moil respectable Houses in that line in BELFAST, she hopes to obtain good share of Public Patronage ; and beg. to
10 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland