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PRICES OP PUBLIC SECURITIES. iHisH—FriJaj , Dec 27. Bwk s.oci r ; , iov !, 1 - C.U-. Siref'rnt percent

PRICES OP PUBLIC SECURITIES. iHisH—FriJaj , Dec 27. Bwk s.oci r ; , iov !, 1 - C.U-. Siref'rnt percent

_ Gov Bt.wtlt.a4 per cetit....%j | 4 per cent _ Ne* 3i pot cent iitii I per cent, Enuliou —Thtirsdoy, Dec. 26. diai lied, aj per Gents 97J» , Fourpe r fijj »J | Cons for BankSlocfc Cods,3 ptrrCeuls. Kctd. per Ceat... t£ljt‘ Ctivouulf. BELFAST. MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1833. The Lond
30 December 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FEVER HOSPITAL.

FEVER HOSPITAL.

Some excitement ha* prevailed town on the subject of Scripture Readers having been relused access to the patients in this Establishment, and the only reason we can learn for this exclusion is, that Dr. Orolly alleges that they are calculated to distract the minds of hi; people''
30 December 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AUCTION OF FURNITURE.

AUCTION OF FURNITURE.

To be SOLO by AUCTION, at BEAVER HALL, fexactly opposite BaUymacarrett Church) on MONO Y next, 30th instdnt.at Twelve o’clock, QUANTITY tf HOUSEHftK) FURNITURE, consisting JRilcifoard ; Mahogany Dining Tables {lO feet feetVinJles) ; Mahogany Chairs; Mahogany and other Pressed Lr
30 December 1833 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Affairs remain m nearly the same state in Spain. The entry Morillo into Portugal, pursuit of Don Carlos, is confirmed. FRANCE. The election of fourth Vice-President for the Chamber of Deputies took place on Thursday. Ministers were thendefeated, M. Bercnger having been elected,
30 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS.

DUBLIN MARKETS.

consequence of the holidays, there was not much business dons in sugars last week. The prices Conti no* without alteration. Malt continued sleidy demand, being bought it arrived, former price*. Tallow—This article continues dull, 47*. per cwt. (cash.) WiiisAEi—No alteration the
30 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH BANKRUPTS.

ENGLISH BANKRUPTS.

John Leech, Fleet-street, tavern-keeper ; Alexander Wiseman, Ulster-place, Regent’s Park, and the Quadrant, Regentstreet, druggist; Samuel Drinkwater, Liverpool, coal-merchant, flat-owner, and wharfinger Samuel Livesey, Manchester, victualler; Jonathan Barrell Bradley, Beyton, S
30 December 1833 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
we Uke the return* the yetr 1837, we find that the imports of tea had increiaed to 3,887.955 Ih*. ;

we Uke the return* the yetr 1837, we find that the imports of tea had increiaed to 3,887.955 Ih*. ;

exhibiting an increase over those of 961,7891b*.; those of sugar had Increased 819.011 ewt. ; being increase, since 1800, of 87,910 cwt. ; those of coal* hid Increased to 921.018 tons, being an Incresoe, since 1800, of 005*696 tons.” Of course these luxuries comforts require to
31 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Henry Thompson £1 0 0 John Richey 10 0 D. Collins 1 10 0

Henry Thompson £1 0 0 John Richey 10 0 D. Collins 1 10 0

Henry Thompson 0 John Richey 10 0 D. Collins 1 10 0 A Friend 0 0 William Shelton 0 10 0 William Leech 0 10 0 Samuel Lcdlie 0 0 .James 0 10 0 Michael Blake, D.D. 1 10 0 James T. Halyday 010 B. Clark k Co. 0 10 0 John Kearney 0 5 0 A Friend 0 James Wilson 10 0 Rowan M'Naghten Charl
31 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Published, AND SOLD BY ROBERT GREER, BOOKSELLER, MARGAKET-SttUARK, NEWRy, Price 4*., AN EPITOME or TH* Criminal hates nf Ireland, ARRANOED

Published, AND SOLD BY ROBERT GREER, BOOKSELLER, MARGAKET-SttUARK, NEWRy, Price 4*., AN EPITOME or TH* Criminal hates nf Ireland, ARRANOED

HENRY JONES, ESQ., C.C. Constabulary Police, Province of Ulster. CONTENTS: PART I.—Enactments relative to the Adrainlfltration of Justice io Criminal Cates in Ireland. PART ll.—lndictable Offences relative to Larceny Malicious Injuries to Property—Offences against the Perton Off
31 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TIMBER.

TIMBER.

pO he SOLD, in BRANDRIM DEMESNE, » withio two milo of the Town of the K0«rl to CtoNts, TWENTY-THREE ACRES of full-([rown TIMBER—OAK. ASH, ELM. FIR. BEECH «nd SYCAMOREL A reason ible time will be given for Cutting Proposal! in Writing, atating parliculart Payments, &C- &>., to be
31 December 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland