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MX RY—Thcrsdat.

MX RY—Thcrsdat.

MX RY— Thcrsdat. Oatmeal, per 112 lbs. to ~s ; Ditto new, 9s to 9d per ditto ; White Wheat, new to 9s ; Red ditto, new, 8s Od to 3d ; Bailey, ( d to Os Od ; Oats per stone, to Od ; New ditto, Obi to ; Bolter firkm. New, per lol ;do Crock Gd to • Fresh per 20oa lOd to ; Potatoes p
28 December 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
LANDS TO LET,

LANDS TO LET,

TO BET. TF.RMS MAY RB AOBBRO 08. , j}„,l Immediate Poneeeeion ffiren, TWO EXCELLENT FTEEDS, ( adjoining the CONTAINING Four A-re.. Two Roods ) Cl und, are of P.eellent Quality, and one of the Fields at present tinder Wheal. j oaw . Application made to Mr. HARPLR. >T Th riie Leas
28 December 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
LITER A TV RE.

LITER A TV RE.

A HISTORY AND DfcSt.KiPTfON OF MODE R WINES By Cyrus Reodimg. know it is not ea*v to get general agreement in the tasting of wine; ami therefore we are not surprised that there should not be a perfect accord among the writers upon it. Mr. Redding a strenuous admirer of the vinta
28 December 1833 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
riMIM THE STANDARD.

riMIM THE STANDARD.

Ah omJnoiw Article appears in the Times which little les* tha:« the declaration of war «»-aiti6t Rtn-sia, toough it is unoiiictal one ; and otherwise Miuisterial Journal, sacn - article is pregnant with awful ir. lire told toe be a;lo »te;l for the protection ll»<*t of Europe t'
28 December 1833 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Tie Right Hob. the Lord Mayor havi.ip left (lie chair, and Sir Drury Jones Dickenson, Sherlti; having been called thereto,

Tie Right Hob. the Lord Mayor havi.ip left (lie chair, and Sir Drury Jones Dickenson, Sherlti; having been called thereto,

it was _ , Moved Mr. Richard Boylan, seconded Mr. John »> a-.h, and carried acclamation •. Resolved—Tliat the marked tlianks of the Citizens of Dublin are due and herby given the Right Honorable Sir George Whiteford, our esteemed Chief Miigb-uafe, for Ins impartial, dignified, a
28 December 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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ROYAL EXCHANGE

ROYAL EXCHANGE

ASSURANCE COMPANY, FUM LIFE AND FIRE, ESTABLISHED BY ROYAL CHARTER, THE REIGN HIS MAJESTY KING GEORGE THE FIRST, fOR ASSURING BUILDINGS, GOODS, IGE.IGH AND SUM’S, FROM FIRE; ALSO FOR THE ASSURANCE OF LIVES. rpHIS CORPORATION, now established upwards of a Century, Insures all kin
28 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A SCOTCH CORPORATOR AND THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

A SCOTCH CORPORATOR AND THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.

new work of Galt's, Stories of the Study,” the most ■muring is an account of the Dean of a remote Scotch guild, who cornea to London to ascertain the slate the public mind on the subject of reform; in order that his guild and himself may come to some fitting and profitable deter
28 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'~~ . TUKSPAVS, VouXXV. «r»U»««» J {

'~~ . TUKSPAVS, VouXXV. «r»U»««» J {

28 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Lessee of William Wise, Es. jy|ONERE, Patrick Watters, Esq. MAR® ■ - 3 next adjoining to, and lying East will

Lessee of William Wise, Es. jy|ONERE, Patrick Watters, Esq. MAR® ■ - 3 next adjoining to, and lying East will

be Let subject to Redemption Nine Apply William Wise, Esq. North Atkin, Solicitor, South Mall. MARSH, WATTE R’S , containing Twenty or thereabouts, and rk Corn Market, fonths. 11, or John Drew equity exchequer. this 14th Novembyr, 1833. A. E. BLAKE, C. R. N. B. Thw Interest to b
28 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FRIDAY—FOURTH DAY,

FRIDAY—FOURTH DAY,

The Coart met Eleven o’Clock, and (lamps and candles having been ordered, in consequence of the darkness of the room, occasioned by heavy black clouds which hung over the barracks) the trial was resumed. Lieu tenant-Colonel Lord BRunENKLL said, befor® She Court proceeded busines
28 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland