Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 2,264 articles

MR. C. ATTWOOD, LORD DURHAM, AND MR. H. LAMBTON.

MR. C. ATTWOOD, LORD DURHAM, AND MR. H. LAMBTON.

,MIR. C. ATTWOOD,ILORP DURIAM, AND MR. I ~~"VH. LAMIBTON. mD (FROM T'tE NHWCASTL" PRESS.) rY AFFAIR OF HONOUR flETWE.N MR. ATTWOIOD AND MR. H. it > :. . .-LAMITON. : It Immediately on the perusal, by' Mr., Hedgwiirtlh Lainbton,. ,'of Mr. C. Attwood's speech at the dinner in Gates
18 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THEATRE ROYAL. appearance but one of the AFRICAN ROSCIUS, (jwho is engaged for Five Nights only, being his last appear- iances in Dublin previous to his departure for his native country. THIS PRESENT FRIDAY, December 20, 1838, Ttheir Majesties' Servants will perform the Play of T
20 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TRAITOR VEILED.

THE TRAITOR VEILED.

Nothing can clearer than the fact, that whoever the Traitor is, he has privately confessed to DAN, and become his penitent. DAN'S cloak, like charity, has always covered & multitude of sins ; but at present, in addition to his own nioe-mile catalogue of lios and equivocations, i
18 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

The second MEETING MUOO will come off on Tuesday, the of January next, and Thursday, the i 9th. The Intervening day the KUdare fax hounds will matt that neighbourhood, and draw the adjacent cortra. It I* expected to the beat meeting that has taken place for maay years, from the
18 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
4 | N ISi M

4 | N ISi M

18 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

View results found in British newspapers

Can you uncover your family story in our news archives?

View now Close
VARIETIES FROM THE AGE.

VARIETIES FROM THE AGE.

DILLY DOYLE'S RETURN. —DiIIy Doylo has returned home " secret mission" from his Pirate Chief. He is, it is stated, " commissioned to replace the library, splendid plate, and carriages the Duchess of Biaganza, lost on the coast of Portugal, in the City of Waterford steamer."—So f
18 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SEIZURE OF LORD ALTHORP'S PRIZE OX

SEIZURE OF LORD ALTHORP'S PRIZE OX

In the small town of Ollerton, in Nottinghamshire, there is a custom—we will not undertake to say whether founded on the stricter morals or the more active cupi • dity of the inhabitants—of levying a fine upon ail cattle driven through the place on a Sunday. the conductor of the
18 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OPINIONS OK THIS WORK.

OPINIONS OK THIS WORK.

4 • This publication must ensure a prodigious success, for vonderfully convenient, and « oonderfully cheap. We have seen no work more attractive in every way than ' The Standard Novels.'" Literary Gazette. cannot sufficiently applaud a design that gives us the beet standard work
16 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLISHED BT WILLIAM BLACKWOOD, EDINBURGH AND WILLIAM CURRY, UN., AND CO., DUBLIN. HISTORY OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION ; from the

PUBLISHED BT WILLIAM BLACKWOOD, EDINBURGH AND WILLIAM CURRY, UN., AND CO., DUBLIN. HISTORY OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION ; from the

Assembly of the Notables in 1785* to the Establishment of the Directory in 1795. By ARCHIBALD ALISON, F.R.S.E., ADVOCATE, In Two large Vols. Bvo., price 1/. '* These volumes narrate the events with an animation perfectly consistent with simplicity. Come Mr. Alison has reared a n
16 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TITHES—AN OFFICIAL CIRCULAR.

TITHES—AN OFFICIAL CIRCULAR.

_ Downing-gtreet, December 9. GENTLEMEN—I shall feel very much obliged you if you will fill up tho enclosed return, and send it back to me as soon as you conveniently can. will not be necessary that the return should be precisely accurate: all 1 should wish is, that you would ma
16 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland