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THE DUBLIN UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE.

THE DUBLIN UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE.

THs. Dublin University Mayazine for the present month bas afforded us a treat of no ordinary richness, and as a spe- 'cimen of what the periodical is to be for the ensuing year, -we hail.it with feelings of real satisfaction. Every article in it is written in a, style worthy of
10 December 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TALE OF THE TUB,

THE TALE OF THE TUB,

OR THLE MTRANGE THING TH4AT HAPPENED TO BIStiOP t'1t'AI C 4 New Irish Ballad, to the tare, " Which Nobody can Deny." (From the Dubl/in Univcrsity Magazine for D'cCenibcr.) COaM all ye gay fellows from Cork to Kinsale, Who love a good song or a tragical tale Attend to my lay, and
10 December 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

'BIRTHS ; In Dundalk, the lady of Fdward Jenkinsi Esq., of a daughter. At Hllsbrouh, ti~lsy o lto~t M ulln, Ed.,of a sou and bvir. An the HothbeIntan, at Yhreg Lodge. county Cavmn t'the lady oi Cosby Ii, Lu~rk, the lady ot Franieits~inett, ofClonaakilty. Esq., of a.dauglhter. At
10 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TEA TRADE

TEA TRADE

Yesterday the East India Company’s quarterly sale teas commenced at the East India House, anil it excited a more than ordinary degree of attention, as this the last sale hut one which will take place by the Company under the old charier. The attendance, therefore, of persons int
10 December 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
HINTS TO SPORTSMEN.

HINTS TO SPORTSMEN.

Always load your cun when on cock, which you loose no time in bringinc your piece to your shoulder, a great advantage: and if you possess common rdution, you run no risk of blowing your head ofl' while ramming down your charge. When a covey gets up, always Arc bang into the mid*
10 December 1833 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 

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LIVERPOOL MARKETS—FRIDAY, DEC. 6,

LIVERPOOL MARKETS—FRIDAY, DEC. 6,

PROVISIONS—The demand for dry Butters continues limited, and prices are again lower. A few sales have been in 2nd Cork pickled our quotations. Beef dull, acme very ime Sligo offering at 95a per tierce, landed. Pork flat, and expected lie considerably lower, pigs in some parts of
10 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY. Johk Mam and Wm. Ridyaud FKIRSUANT to ud other., I * the Decree of hi. Plantiffe , High Court

CHANCERY. Johk Mam and Wm. Ridyaud FKIRSUANT to ud other., I * the Decree of hi. Plantiffe , High Court

of Chtncery Ireland, Thomab Wiak. Trkvor Corrt, n this Cauae, A««igni*e Edwd. Farrell, bearing date the 28th day Bankrupt, and Olhera, 1 j un 1833, 1 will, on Defendants )THURSDAY the 7th day «r November nrxt, CANT high«t .od w.. Bidder, ALL THA? AND THOSE FARM LANDS of LISNAGAL
10 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NMW ROTUIj SHADES IJ¥ GE*MFTOJT-STREET

NMW ROTUIj SHADES IJ¥ GE*MFTOJT-STREET

NMW SHADES will prove the Feet, The Proprietor, ROBERT INGLE, tiering nude it his peculiar etudjr excel iu the Choice of hie Refreehvuntt, WINES of the Firet Quality, and LIQUORS that will stand the test of the belt Judges, he therefore daima the attention of Gentlemen, Trareller
10 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

TUESDA Y MORNING. DECEMBER 10, a “Lohdom, Friday Afternoon.— llai-f-past One. —The Consol Market is now at for the Account; Dank Stock 209$ 210} ; Exchequer'Dills are at 42 and India Ronds premium. ** Four o’Clock. —Consols (or Account LATEST NEWS FROM PORTUGAL. (from the courie
10 December 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TITHES.

TITHES.

On Tuesday the government tithe commissioner met met the Rev. Dr. Boy ton, and the parishioners of Letterkenny in Vestry, for the purpose of effecting agreement respecting the amount to be given as composition for the tithes the parish. The parties did not agree and since then t
10 December 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland