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LITERATURE, SKETCHES AND ECCRKTftICITIES OF COLONEL DAVID CROCKETt, OF WEST TENNESSE. It is this week our amusi nit task tt»

LITERATURE, SKETCHES AND ECCRKTftICITIES OF COLONEL DAVID CROCKETt, OF WEST TENNESSE. It is this week our amusi nit task tt»

follow out the annals of regular American Fact, they tell us, beats Fictio'ky and, but for the bits in this memoir, which weyfcave hardly faith enough to rank with the forn»r class we would that such was the case/ in the biography of Colonel Crockett, the mighty bear.hunter of t
25 December 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FACETLE.

FACETLE.

Daripur. Widow,— The clerk of not five rriles from nriHjjenorth, Salop, perceiving .1 female crossing the church-y.nd in widow's garb, with a watering can and a bundle, had the curiosity follow her, and discovered her Mrs.——, whose husband had not long been interred. The followi
25 December 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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to Adi the of two cot# '‘J , ' n *' * 5 day* with their crews oonsistmg uersons. From the Wexford Freeman. hiiro to communicate the sad gouce that this fine vessel, the to pics or. the Kilmore coast, Allies from this town. She left Unstol 17th. au.l encountered a dreadtul gale ii
25 December 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
In' 1830 the the be. ..... mantled medal struck I. ration«f the revolution of July. .** .u was entrusted to

In' 1830 the the be. ..... mantled medal struck I. ration«f the revolution of July. .** .u was entrusted to

M. Depaoh*, one «. rtt engraver, France, who has taken i. pee to bring pe.fect.on. Iho die being leigth Hoi.hed, ~npre«..H.«JmvO been from it. face Mp.e-»U the figure of France enveloped in the amp She Roman toga, and the head covered with the helmet; .he 1. m t tlio throne, and
25 December 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
ORIGINAL POETHV.

ORIGINAL POETHV.

SOSXIT hOR CIIillsr,MAS DAY, IS IMll'A. nos Z.iHFI. Sw that rail!* .it face row vhlniiir, ravt of iight, so purr li I,rains to s. ltice tlic repiuiag Mmtals from to all iret 'li.ai’s tlie 1.0 i.l fit,sis v.im (The God of Annies* is that ihilil,) OVr the the metinett, Now so pati
25 December 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 

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2080] TO THE PROTESTANTS OF IRELANDitnyieworeere, 140 December, MSS. " Oh sales how swig. oh ! hew .VI Strop wed

2080] TO THE PROTESTANTS OF IRELANDitnyieworeere, 140 December, MSS. " Oh sales how swig. oh ! hew .VI Strop wed

vary &we ; Unitas wee awn. Seib the lick pest— est trate Desisted and ewe." Amiss Wearer'. Sees. Fellow Cowslips'*9 , a were %bo a :i s t strains whisk. sees tees Ma sir. the Wiser of the study weever. epee whet his Wise lead might if well ',versed. It wee biters the tele, lad -
25 December 1833 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
WRECK OF THE WATER WITCH.

WRECK OF THE WATER WITCH.

WRECK THE WATER WITCH. The most intense anxiety prevailed in this city Thursday, for the sifety of the passenger* and crew the above vsssel, commanded Captain Stacey, from report which had reached this city early that day, that the vessel had heen stranded on th» county of coast,
25 December 1833 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr Carroll —Would it not better to increase the fees, and bind 10 boys to good roasters than 20 boys

Mr Carroll —Would it not better to increase the fees, and bind 10 boys to good roasters than 20 boys

bad masters ? , , ~ .• „r Mr. King—That will be for the consideration of those who read our minutes hereafter. Witness consider sufficient fortheschool under Ball’s system. , . , The Dean’s evidence concluded Here. Thomas L. Maekeay. Esq., M D. sworo-I am the medical attendant o
25 December 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
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25 December 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW YEAR’S GIFTS.

NEW YEAR’S GIFTS.

No person who has ever chanced to dance out, or moralize out, the old year, and welcome in the new, in France or Germany, can have overlooked the powerful interest excited by the day devoted to elrennet, or new year’, gilts ! Itetween servants and masters, or imimate liieuds fre
25 December 1833 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland