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POOR LAWS IN IRELAND.—LETTER II.

POOR LAWS IN IRELAND.—LETTER II.

POOR LAWS IN IRELAND.-LETTER II. [ TO THE REV. JAMES CARLILE, DUBLIN.' Sia-In my last letter I endeavoured to direct your.at- tention and that of the public to the necessity ofa modi fied system of poor laws being applied to this country, and I trust that I have been able 'to pro
20 December 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH STOCKS—DEC. 17.

IRISH STOCKS—DEC. 17.

i; ,U STO-OCS DEC. 17. ?? 8S~ :I-B3k Stack ?? Irma ¢eo5bi ek 954: .:6 per Ct. G. CaI. Loan ge w. 95 S 4 per Ct. ditto. - :u eNGTrSU STOCKS-DEC. 15. *>perO4 .on~sol;>--z-s~ , _ IBank Stoc~k ?? .. R.. 87S ndia Stock ?? A\&Ot. ';7dittO ?? - @@ 96H India Bonds ?? ° 4~r~ert . ?? Bills
20 December 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BEI3?VAT NEwS-LETTflA,. BELFAST-FRIDAY, DEC. 0. ANENT THE AFFAIR OF THE TRAITOR. THE subject of the It Traitor," who speechified with fury against the Coercion Bill, while he secretly encouraged the Government to proceed with it, ?? continues to be agi- tated, and we look forward
20 December 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Moved by Mr. R. Madden ; seconded Mr. John H.ggs : Resolved—That this Meeting moat earnestly calls upon al the

Moved by Mr. R. Madden ; seconded Mr. John H.ggs : Resolved—That this Meeting moat earnestly calls upon al the

parishes throughout Ireland immediately to come forward petition Parliament for the abolition of Tithes and Ministers Money, and repeal of the Legislative Union. Moved by Mr. John M‘Kenna; seconded Mr. John ''Ucsidvcd—That our most sincere and heartfelt thanks arc due andTenTby
20 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A GRAND ORATORIO,

A GRAND ORATORIO,

UNDER the Special Patronage her Excellency the MARCHIONESS WELLESLEY (who has graciouslv signified her intention being present on the occasion), and the DUKE andDUCHESSof LEINSTER, (who have likewise most kindly consented to attend,) will take place m the CHURCH OF THE CONCEPTIO
20 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE LADIES. W ILL JAM HART $ CO.. 94, GRAFTON. S TREE T, $ 7, WELL IN G TON- QUAY,

THE LADIES. W ILL JAM HART $ CO.. 94, GRAFTON. S TREE T, $ 7, WELL IN G TON- QUAY,

RESPECTFULLY invite the attention of Ladies to their Stock of BLACKFACE, BLOND DE CAMBRAY, and REAL CHANTILLE VEILS, Pehreens, Tippets, Lappets, Scarfs, Caps, Capes, Collar A and Robes, Patent Thread, Gredan and BLaul N^ljUngs, Gimped, Lisle, Grecian, and Threatl Laces, Eq&g* an
20 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Monday morning, at six o’clock, the grand division of the 28th regiment, including music, colors, and the companies of Captains Irwin, Acklom, Wheeler, Sawbridge and Symons, marched from the new barracks, under command of Lieut.- Coloncl Hailes, on route to Dublin. The second an
20 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Red ditto, New Barley Oats

Red ditto, New Barley Oats

per ditto per ditto rr , per stone New ditto __ per ditto Butter, firkin (at Crane), per Ditto, crock per ditto Ditto, fresh per Potatoes per cwt Tobar-co, Leaf per lb . Roll per ditto Herrings per barrel New per ditto Whiskey Corn Old per gallon Corn, New ~~~ per ditto Malt per
20 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
BANK OF IRELAND OFFICE,

BANK OF IRELAND OFFICE,

NEWRY, Dicembe* 19th, 1833. THE Public are take Notice, th» WEDNESDAY N«« beia* CHRISTMAS DAY. .11 BILLS falling Due o. lha. D.y will be Pajabia TUESDAY, ,nd aceordißgly. 812 rich cut glass. THAT epleodid aMortment RICH CUT GLASS, which baa been Sailing Oft thcaE few day, past,
20 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ABSENTEEISM IN IRELAND

ABSENTEEISM IN IRELAND

the Jrith Correspondent of the Morning Herald.) KILKENNY, MONDAY, DEC. 9.—ln letter of yesterday gave some practical illustrations of the effects produced by absenteeism upon the moral and social condition of the people of this country ; now enabled furnish you, from authentic a
20 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland