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MOTICK.

MOTICK.

THE Coooaugbt Oiatrict Lanatie Atylom. BalltnadM, to prayaMOK (he rcoaptloa of la. «ane Pcrwnw Nmn FVotioar. Printed forma a*»h*e eu be hod aa oapltootion at the (If letter, pali, Maoactr), which, wheo Hied oad aigaad, add eotitle the AppNoaal J. ft tnUBRNUf, , '«\ . MAMAOta. /f
13 December 1833 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
MUSICAL EDUCATION. Mil. LOGIEtt respectfully informs Parents, and such as are interested the Musical Education ' vouth, but arc yet

MUSICAL EDUCATION. Mil. LOGIEtt respectfully informs Parents, and such as are interested the Musical Education ' vouth, but arc yet

unacquainted with his system Tuition, that they will have opportunities afforded t.t witnessing that peculiar method which he ha 3 puffed for nearly eighteen years, giving Instruction jivy* j theory and practice of Music, both in Great Brained the Continent—it being his intentio
13 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR LAW COMMISSION

POOR LAW COMMISSION

TO CLERGYMEN OR OTHERS HAVING THE MANAGEMENT CHURCHES OR CONGREGATIONS. The Commissioners appointed by his " Inquire iuto the State of the Poor of Ireland," request that you will favor them with an early reply to the following Queries, or to many of theui may come within your co
13 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUFFERINGS AT SEA

SUFFERINGS AT SEA

The Ruke of Wellington, cutter, of Jersey I'rb 1 Master, sailed from St. Michael's Sunday' the ' ult., and arrived at Tuesday last, titer uas of twenty-three days, under tempestuouc iby S< the whole of the voyage, with the exception of ore when it was dead calm. The Captain was
13 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOLMAN THE BLIND TRAVELLER

HOLMAN THE BLIND TRAVELLER

Since the return of this enterprising traveller from i'« last African expedition, lie has been constantly encase' in arranging and preparing for publication a bistort his travels in this almost unexplored part of the worl.i A doubt will naturally arise in the mind of most person
13 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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theatre royal.

theatre royal.

LAST APPEARANCE BUT TWO OF MR. VtJ FARREN. THIS PRESENT EVENING (Friday), Decent* 13, 1833, their Majeatie*’ Berv«nt» will perform theAvorite opCra ° GUY MANNERING. Colonel Mamie ring, Mr. Pritchard ; Dominie Sampwn, Mr W.Farren; Dinmont, Mr. G. Stonsbury, his second appearance
13 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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a RRivrn raoM

Liverpool == Honduras St, Andrews Wict aati.in roa Liverpool Liverpool SAitcn tor. Belfast aaaiven moss Liverpool Quebec Quebec sailed roa Antigu t The Weather.—The weather during the past week has been very tempestuous, with strong gales of wind from the westward. The sudden ch
13 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SUBLIME.

THE SUBLIME.

At the late E?sex a«*izes, in a case of assault, Cuniiin"- v. Cnrlile and Shipton," the following curious epistle from one of the defendants, Mr. farlile, a Dissenting minister, was road in court, to the infinite amusement of every one present . Vine Cotlapre, May 29. 183: i. ««
13 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STOLEN,

STOLEN,

ON the Night of the 10th instant, off the Land* of Mr. WM. KEANE, Townlao.l of Mato. Pariah of Clomallxk, County D iwo, a Light Bay HORSE, riving 6 yrara old, Ibanda high, with white on hia forehead, and little white hia ooee, black forelega, hind feel white aa far aa the patter
13 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
fashionable Millinery,

fashionable Millinery,

GREAT VAEIRTT. N.R.—A Stock of LONG REELED COTTON YARN, for Country Shopkeepem, 38, Hill-etreet, 9th December, 1833.
13 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland