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torfOgte m Mr. T« growne ■, L Huddart. pas Seul A p* Entern NIC HO F Tomorrow HEAR JaTGOV header and Lf and Din Lj'jje Caller Tbe door*' Ltfiably rise [The Box-C be had ol Lillis El I their Maj [this city) tl Jack Hatfic ill Rushton After which Seul, ilkinson. fo conclu
09 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS EVENING (WedneiKUy), lllkr-»833, their Mtjetties’ Servant* will perform the interesting Melodrama, written from and founded on historical fact, (»o

THIS EVENING (WedneiKUy), lllkr-»833, their Mtjetties’ Servant* will perform the interesting Melodrama, written from and founded on historical fact, (»o

as to give it dramatic eflect,) with New Scenery, Dresses, and Musk, entitled THE WARDEN OF GALWAT. Walter Lynch, (Warden of Galway,) Mr. Cunyer; Oscar Lynch (hi* son,) Mr. Rogers; Clara, Mrs. Miller; Anastasia, (betrothed to.Osear,) Mrs. Rogers. After which the Laughable Interl
11 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS KiIMEBICK CHBONICIsE

THIS KiIMEBICK CHBONICIsE

THIS CHBONICIsE SATURDAY. DECEMBER 14. »re concerned leern account, received yetlerday Episcopal in. Ihi. City, tbnt the Right Re». John Jebb, DU. Lord Bishop of Limerick, Ardfert, and Aghadoe, died Tuesday last at East-hill, Wandsworth, Surrey, in IheSSlh year of her age, after
14 December 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

la thia City, the Lady C, Chambers, of a daughler.x Gnsford, the Lady of Major Jones, of the 12lh Foot, a daughter.. _ The lady George Filsjames Snssell, Eaq. Millown Park, Miltowu, of daughter. The of John Mrpsy. of Tipperary. Esq. a sun. In London, the Lmfy'af Sir Ruwlqgd Hill
14 December 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

At Dually Island, in lliw County, on Tunday, the joj, instant, aged 72 yrara, to the deep and unfeigned regret highly respectable ciecle aif relalires and frietids. Tlnunus Evans, Es»i. eldest son of the Re,. Thdmns Wuller Evans, late Rector of Ounotanway, j., the County of Cork
14 December 1833 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
FIRE IN LIMERICK.

FIRE IN LIMERICK.

On Friday night an alarming fire burst forth in the cuncernsuf Mr. Ryan, caach-builder at the end of Bedford row. The materials were very inflammable, and the blaze was frightful lor uear an hour ; hut we are happy to add, the mischief, in some degree extensive, was confined the
12 December 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
BEST METHOD OF APPLYING LEF.CIIES.

BEST METHOD OF APPLYING LEF.CIIES.

M. Mojon, of Genoa, recommends that cup ping glasses be used for applxing leeches. Six ■>r eight them should pat into one glas,-, tnd when partial exhaustion is effected tin usual process, the animals, fur want of air, will by sort of instinct, attach themselves instantaneously
12 December 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
KERRY.

KERRY.

On tlir ult., a nnmlirr of culllc distraiin-il for rent in (lie pHrikli of Diiiinr* lin, wrst Dingle, |)»rt of the estates of the tail of Cork, were impounded in the parish ponml, hiiil subsequently removed Dingle for better secnri'v. the Dunurlin pound-keeper being himself agit
12 December 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
FRENCH WAR IN AFRICA.

FRENCH WAR IN AFRICA.

FRENCH WAR AFRICA. Tlie Gaul, it would appear, hits tlrnun lie anuril againsl the Moor, anil llirowu awav the scabbard. A tiraitd campaign will ken 111 lie spr aoriirsl the I >e\ of Cunstan'i lie uliu tu (left the invading I'reiict men. All is IniHile Toulon. army ‘iII.CIIO men t
12 December 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
and gave ample confirmation that the deed had been legally executed. One of them was an old servant, possessed of

and gave ample confirmation that the deed had been legally executed. One of them was an old servant, possessed of

a strong passion for speaking. It fell to O'Connell to crossaexamine him, ami the young barrister allowed him to speak on, in the hope that he might say too much. Nor was this hope disappointed. The witness had already sworn that he saw the deceased sign the will, * Yes,’ contin
12 December 1833 - Westmeath Journal - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland