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DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1833.

DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1833.

he if re~ftt al'0 - D tIfA: I DtUBLIN. IYEDBS DA Y, DEcEOMBER I. IESSS I SPAIN. The insusrrection in the Notib of Spiin is, for the present,' all but sippressed. There is no inte]ligence of the move- ,rents of Dlerihosn1kequ ut to his defeat; aend this may be regarded as rather i
11 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
APOTHECARY PROFESSION.

APOTHECARY PROFESSION.

WANTED, by a Gentleman who has sepved five years to eminent Appthecary in Dfib a situation with an Apothecary to County Infinffavror extensive Dispensary. opportsnlty of tAfessional knowledge, not emolument, AdyffiiTYßr'V'Cbject. Letters (post-paid) addressed A. 8., 12, Lower On
11 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.

DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.

DISSOLUTION PARTNERSHIP. THE Partnership for many years subsisting under the Firm of SNEYD, FRENCH, and BARTON, Wine Merchants, will, (in consequence of the death pursuant to this Deed, terminate on the day of DECEMBER next, Any Persons having demands on the House art requested I
11 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW OF LIBEL.

LAW OF LIBEL.

Mr. O’Connell, at a late meeting in Dublin, said there was no law required amendment more than the law of libel—as the law stood it was a grievous anomaly. If no one more efficient than himself should undertake the task, be would bring the subject before parliament next session.
11 December 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR HENRY PARNELL.

SIR HENRY PARNELL.

We have (freat pleasure in copying from the Dundee paper very able and most important speech delivered by Sir Henry Parnell to his constituents of that borough. need not say how heartily we join in the opinion of such contemporaries of outs have expressed regret that Sir Henry h
11 December 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 

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QUALIFICATIONS OF JUIIOItS.

QUALIFICATIONS OF JUIIOItS.

Every person, not entitled to the Exemption provided future section of the Act, between the ages twenty-one years and sixty years, residing in any county, cVc. who shall have in Ins own name or in trust lor him, within the County, City, &e i'eii Founds by the year, above the cle
11 December 1833 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
one. (Hear, hear.) You perceive are take advantage of even I lie appearance crime Keep, then, youreelvea clear and free

one. (Hear, hear.) You perceive are take advantage of even I lie appearance crime Keep, then, youreelvea clear and free

from their prop, bj following my advice, having nothing nidi force, with violence, or with intimidation. Work with whom yon or refuse to work with whom you choose, hut let lie no violence any kind. (Hear, hear.) Give me but the hejm that you will persevere in this peaceable care
11 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MINISTRY—EARL GREY.

THE MINISTRY—EARL GREY.

The Globe, the acknowledged organ of the ministry, assures us from indisputable authority, that any and all reports concerning the retirement of the premier, or any other changes in the cabinet, are entirely without foundation ; and that it is wholly untrue that any wish has bee
11 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECLAMATION OF WASTE LANDS.

RECLAMATION OF WASTE LANDS.

find the following in a provincial paper Government intend allocate la,ooo acres of land at Dingle, county Kerry, through the Commissioners of Wi od» snd Forests, to respectable farmers, at small rent, in order to reclaim the land."
11 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. STEEPLE CHASE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. STEEPLE CHASE.

The Rout Hunt Steeple Chase came off on Tuesday list, over a very heavy course of three mites, near Ballymoney ; about 60 fences were crossed, some of them, from their size and wet state, were very difficult to encounter. For the Magennis Cup—3 horses were entered. Orr’s horse,
11 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland