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MEETING FOR THE REPEAL OF THE UNION AND ABOLITION OF TITHES, AT THE CORNEXCHANGE.

MEETING FOR THE REPEAL OF THE UNION AND ABOLITION OF TITHES, AT THE CORNEXCHANGE.

L MEXT1NG FOR THE REPEAL OF TEE UNION .AND ABOLITION OF t'iH, HL:%AT:TI'E CORN. I, XCfANGE. I I . ' ; "On yesterday a mtetbf tlse ?? of the united t' ;pnshes of St. Mark, S& rW, and ii Ane, was held ' 'at the Corn-gxcbangec ' Th1 axetoing WMOt so crowded was m usual. Sat Mr. O'Co
24 December 1833 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEDICINE.

MEDICINE.

Just Published, by Shkrwood Sc Co. price 3s. 6d. New Edition, Revis&l; j PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS on STRICTI IIL and other Diseases of the Urethra; describing a Effectual Mode of Cure by an Internal Medicine ; and .v the application of Instruments unnecessary, 1 genernll productiv
24 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CO UK PROTESTANT FREE SCHOOLS. THF. ANNUAL SERMON aiJ of the Funds these important Institutions, fixed SUNDAY the .iili January,

CO UK PROTESTANT FREE SCHOOLS. THF. ANNUAL SERMON aiJ of the Funds these important Institutions, fixed SUNDAY the .iili January,

183 L on which day [ Hie Rev. BENJAMIN SWMT; has kindly undertaken to advocate their cauafe St. Peter’s Church. Donations from such benevolent Persons as cannot conveniently attend will be thankfull? received the Rev. Doctor Quarry, lU*v. J. N. Lombard, Rev. C. Leslie, Rev. B. S
24 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
portion of the Prnlettant* from Joining the struggl measure, I cannot help it. I would rather lose •• the '

portion of the Prnlettant* from Joining the struggl measure, I cannot help it. I would rather lose •• the '

r ever that obtain deceiving or deluding any of m men. 1 will not do it. One great objects for U Ireland ia toe depriving the established church, by ments, of its enormous and oppressive temporalities. that distinctly understoodlretwecn us. And this basis, on which 1 seek Protes
24 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PIANO FORTE WAREHOUSE MOSSS, MUSIC SELLER AND PUBLISHER, / (successor to w. power,) / 4. JW'fMtmor la ml-street, ttuMin, (Within

PIANO FORTE WAREHOUSE MOSSS, MUSIC SELLER AND PUBLISHER, / (successor to w. power,) / 4. JW'fMtmor la ml-street, ttuMin, (Within

two door* of the Bank of Ireland,) RESPECTFULLY acquaints the Nobility, Gentry and the Public, that hi* Warerooms are con* acaotly supplied with extensive and welUaelected assortment of Grand, Semi- Grand, Cabinet, Cottage, Grand- Square, Circular, and Square of the latest and m
24 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 

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Bunch Muscatel, plain, bloom, Valenlia and

Bunch Muscatel, plain, bloom, Valenlia and

Lexia BAISINS; Zante CVRRASTS; Smyrna FIGSs Malaga GRAPES; French and Imperial PLUMS ; Jordan, Shell, Valenlia and bitter ALMONDS/ WALNUTS} Sweet CHESNUTS; Spanish, Filbert and Sicilian NUTS; COCOA NUTS; LEMONS, ORANGES ke. ■ Alto, And Urge Quantity of Wax, Sperm, Composition, K
24 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LIFE DEPARTMENT.

LIFE DEPARTMENT.

A variety of Table* of Rates have been computet! to accominoilatc those classes of the community who may be desirou* of participating in the profits of the Incorporation, and a reduced scale has been prepared for those who may wish to se.- curc a specific sum in case of prematur
24 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING,

SPORTING,

Tiif. Great Hazard Match for 50,000/.—St. Jamcs’sstroct against the Palais Royale; Crockford in fits—all the sporting men the qni rire —English Bonds fi per cent.’ lower—French Stock looking up—Seven’s the main and no mistake.” Go it my hoys. ENGLAND WON. FRANCE WON. First v, 4,
24 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES,

MARRIAGES,

At Tralee Church, the Rev. Anthony Denny, Patrick Day Stokes, Esq., of the regiment, youngest son Oliver Stokes, Esq., to Julia, youngest daughter of the late Colonel Haldane, of the Royal Engineers. At St. Paul’s Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Wm. Tyrrell, Captain Alexander Campbe
24 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOSS OF THE WATERWITCH STEAMER.

LOSS OF THE WATERWITCH STEAMER.

TheWaterwitch.of Bristol,Stacey master, (170 horsepower,) trading between Bristol and Waterford, sailed from Bristol on Monday, the Ifith instant, and when off Tenby she experienced a hca\ y stroke of the sea by which the wheel of the helm was, with the binnacle, carried away, t
24 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland