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A CARD FOR THE LADIES. MRS. HAYD’N RESPECTFULLY begs pive notice that she has received direct from PARIS a larpe

A CARD FOR THE LADIES. MRS. HAYD’N RESPECTFULLY begs pive notice that she has received direct from PARIS a larpe

Case of-MILLINERY, also, Five Hundred Yards of French Bonnet Velvet, coqP% sistinp of Muminp and Evening Head-dresses and I with the Bonnet Fashions for DECEMBER, and style if FRENCH CLOAKS which, from the source she has ceived them, no ulher House can possibly otfec them to. th
19 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
should Ik* beslow. d in the manner lK‘st calculated •

should Ik* beslow. d in the manner lK‘st calculated •

should Ik* beslow. d in the manner calculated • ciety ? An able public writer at this day worth ‘' ' Bishops; but the former can scarcely make * ihousa'xi l»y tlieir exertions, while the latter has twenty ih' , » doing nothing ! lam. The Muon Commission —During the last form - ha
19 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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19 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. 11. LAMBTON.

MR. 11. LAMBTON.

Immediately on the perusal, by Air. worth Lamb ton, of Mr. Ate wood's speech, the dinner Gateshead, on Monday the of he requested Mr. W.n. Williamson to wait Mr. Attwood, ftsk if, in his allusions to Mr, H, Lambton, he intend- any imputation on his character gentleman and man of
19 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
matches. PEREMPTORY SALE,

matches. PEREMPTORY SALE,

WITHOUT THE LEAST RESERVE WHATEVER, OF Excellent DWELLING/ HOUSE and PREMISES, situate at GrenjOLLß Peace, MONDAY next, December 23d, atg the City Mart, Patrick Street. Sale Oneo’Clock.y The Executors of the late Mrs. Jameson being obliged forthwith to close all Matters relating
19 December 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK ALMANACKS. JMIIS Day is Published,at Kino’s Ajims, Price Is. 6d., / GEARY’S / OLD ESTABLISHED CORK MOi For 1834,

CORK ALMANACKS. JMIIS Day is Published,at Kino’s Ajims, Price Is. 6d., / GEARY’S / OLD ESTABLISHED CORK MOi For 1834,

and maybe had *R the The SHEET ALMANACK will be few days. Price Is. 4d.
19 December 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE LOUD BISHOP OF LIMERICK.

THE LATE LOUD BISHOP OF LIMERICK.

(prom the umebick herald.) The Bishop Limerick is dead. At length has the impatient spirit ** out its way,” and with confidenceas we may now without suspicion of flattery—assert, that one at the same time more learned and more pious—a mind more richly stored with the knowledge a
19 December 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
brown tint. The best pebbles will not the whitest paper when laid it. Glasses, on til* contrary, when thev are

brown tint. The best pebbles will not the whitest paper when laid it. Glasses, on til* contrary, when thev are

not of the best white flint glass, have a greenish l.P.e, easily detected or. v.ew.ng iem 'bijely towards the light, laying them perfectly while pap-r. Or, if glass be taken in one hand, and pebble in tbv other, and placed alternately and quickly in C”n act w., , the end or tip
19 December 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OP THE NORTHERN WHIG

TO THE EDITOR OP THE NORTHERN WHIG

Sir,—Having read, in your paper of Thursday, article under the bead of ** Linen Spinning/* wherein you invite correspondence on the subject of growing flax, in furtherance of the patriotic principle of encouraging the linen manufacture, in this part of the United Kingdom. I take
19 December 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SABBATH BELL.

THE SABBATH BELL.

The Sabbath bell ?—the Sabbath bell ! It loud and clear; And thoughts within bosom swell. Of many a vanished year. It hath a music all its own— A voice in its peculiar tone. That whisper* in mine ear. Of days when, in my native dell, I heard it first—the Sabbath bell ! That vall
19 December 1833 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland