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f From the John Bull.)

f From the John Bull.)

From the John Bull.) have always thought, and in Bull have often said, thai the preservation of the Excellence cf the English breeds of horses indeed it is the first importance to countrg. It has frequently been our misfoilune to have had to notice lire deteiioration of almost ev
28 December 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
MOHILL MARKET

MOHILL MARKET

sfml per net. ~ .. 4 Potatoes per nrt. .. 4 /« f* Oat's per barrel ~ .. <*» to 7 peril. .. 0 per lb. ~ .. 0 ■SLIGO MARKET I‘RICF..—Dec. 27. IM3. Pork, per Ili lbs. .. 18 to V per lb. .. 0 2§ to Mutton .. 3 to 0 4 Ist Flour per cwt. .. Ifi to 0 2tl .. .. to Flax-seed per id. .. 3
28 December 1833 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KEIIHV EVENING I'OSr.

THE KEIIHV EVENING I'OSr.

Ettemp's to bribe with bif * • « prbmieeofcbntiQuiogthelr iilftotbea during Ms pttin&e tkat if Ifarjr will sot combine with (he frirnda of IreUnd that w; If tbejr win-dot do hie bitldirjg—they ahan'be turned- otit instefit bfigl«ty. yon there are militona ab it*pd|ien|,jk>r« the
28 December 1833 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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mi: : on, ( ADvrßTisK]}. I'ltU'KS isfl SI KS, D»r. 01. Bank Stock Imlia Stock per rent. Hit! .* S*-fi India *-*0 L K J Cent. nii5015...... Annuities (.lan. 1^kt)...... 17 Ditto fnr Acia-i.iit N’ew(ditt0).......... 17 1 and a Half |»ci tent .. Ditto (Oct. Ditto, Ditto ;Jan. IS-^O)
26 December 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTRE.

NOTRE.

CORK COUNTY, next Gcnetnl Sessions East Biding. J- of the Peace for said Hiding, j will bolden at Wednesday, the Ist day of January, 1834. / / J. CHATTERTON, ClednVace. Peace Office, Co. Cork, f ] Dec. 21,1833. \ P.S.—All applications to obtain Spirit License Certificates will t
26 December 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CONDEMNED BARRACK STORES—LINEN AND WOOLLEN RAGS. OFFICE ORDNANCE, Dublin, 9th December, 1833. PERSONS who arc desirous Contracting for the Purchase

CONDEMNED BARRACK STORES—LINEN AND WOOLLEN RAGS. OFFICE ORDNANCE, Dublin, 9th December, 1833. PERSONS who arc desirous Contracting for the Purchase

of Condemned Linen and Woollen Rags in any of the Districts throughout Ireland, for a of two years and nine months, to computed from the Ist of January next, may see the particulars of Contract /ml obtain Form of Tender and List of Districts this upon application to the Barrack
26 December 1833 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
tern of government pursued iu this kingdom, and rail against the British Constitution until he has wrought himself and others

tern of government pursued iu this kingdom, and rail against the British Constitution until he has wrought himself and others

into the belief that his ruin was effected entirely the influence of British connexion ? Does not the person styling himself gentleman, and who birth and education might chum that title, when feels that on account of his dissolute hahits he is shunned hy the neighbouring gentlem
23 December 1833 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

rereivfd IcUcra, complainin'; of the prefc-nt filthy state our Wall*, some of them proposing have tli**m cleansed by private subscription, if there no available fluids for that purpose. In re. ply *o all, we have authority for staiine. that airancemenls are making that from (he
28 December 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
where he was originally placed, alert and watchful; and ready, as heretofore, to support British connexion with life and fortune,

where he was originally placed, alert and watchful; and ready, as heretofore, to support British connexion with life and fortune,

as the best guard of his civil and religious liberty. And in the mean time, if the Irish Protestant has cause of jealousy and complaint against his rulers, is it to you, think you, the common enemy of both, that he will make his appeal Oh, no ! he loves his dear native land, the
28 December 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TRCSTEE9.

TRCSTEE9.

Right Hon. Earl Fortesque, Lord Lieutenant of the County of Devon. Riglit Hon. Karl Morley. Riglit Hon. Lord Clifford. ““'i Samuel Frederick Milford, of Exeter, Esq. PRESIDENT. Wear man Gilford, Esq, FIXE DEPA X TMEIfT. LOSS PAID WITHOUT AVERAGE.
28 December 1833 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland