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ASSASSINATION OF CASPAR HAUSER.

ASSASSINATION OF CASPAR HAUSER.

The German papers contain following account of the murder of this mysterious personage : —Accounts from Anspach confirm the accounts of an attempt to assassinate Caspar Hauser as follows 44 Hauser was invited.at nine o'clock in the morning the stranger who said he had something
30 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
fc MARTI AL—CONTINUED. A...! haw observed drff tvace the condition and grooming CiOtain »then’s far as rggard* ••ome the horses.

fc MARTI AL—CONTINUED. A...! haw observed drff tvace the condition and grooming CiOtain »then’s far as rggard* ••ome the horses.

Q... State the uumber horses, sod what cause you ascribe the ? A ..There were about half of horses Captain Watben’a whose condition was low ; but not more than have usually known them to Their coate were lone. The above named hoifes have always known be the aforesaid low conditi
31 December 1833 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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180 2 4 I 10 2 6 1 16 Prime St. Julian Claret, in Pint Bottles, 18s. per 12 Pints. Hhds. of Old St. Julian Claret, at 291. per hhd., duty paid. Prime Cape Madeira, 6s. 6d. per Gallon. Bronti Madeira, Red or White, superior Sicilian Wines, 1/. per dozen, or Is. per bottle. Every d
30 December 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DISCOVERY OF A GANG OF ROBBERS ANT ASSASSINS.

DISCOVERY OF A GANG OF ROBBERS ANT ASSASSINS.

* The French Journals of last month mentioned the exe- cution of two persons, man and wife, named Martin, and of a servant of theirs, named Roehette. It would seem that this Martin and his wife, who kept a'public-house. were in thie habit for 25 years of murdering and robbing tho
31 December 1833 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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' T*~> .> REBELLION AGAINST "THE RINT." (Private Corretpondenet the Timet.) DUBLIN, DECEMBER 23.—1t appears by the Carlow Sentinel that Dr. Doyle (J. K. L.) has refused to pay " tribute" to O'Connell, and when the collectors called on him, he informed them that he had money for s
30 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TilE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

TilE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

CURIOUS SCENE IN A FRENCH COURT OF LAW. DOCTOR JOHN JK.BB, BlSHOPor*c' COURT or AutlXXg, Dpc. 19.—[Wc give » portion of l)r. John """LlmeHck, «U bom »t Urogkrdß, one day's proceedings, in order to afford the English Hept.&'th, 177$, though he ha* beenem>ne»uriye*pre!f««*pi reade
30 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

WRECK Another melancholy shipwreck occurred the night of-Friday last, 20th Instant, on the north aide of the Island of Valentia, when a brig of about 150 tons burden, (two white| streaks painted on her side and false ports, as well as could be collected from the fragments,),. wa
30 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A INSURANCE COMPANY, FOR XT. LIVES AND SURVIVORSHIPS, NEW BRIDGE-STREET, BLACK FRIARS, LONDON: and 9 ,CA VENDISH-ROJV, RUTLAND-S QUAwLfL, DUBLIN;

A INSURANCE COMPANY, FOR XT. LIVES AND SURVIVORSHIPS, NEW BRIDGE-STREET, BLACK FRIARS, LONDON: and 9 ,CA VENDISH-ROJV, RUTLAND-S QUAwLfL, DUBLIN;

Instituted in 1805, and Empowered by Act Parliament. CAPITAL—ONE MILLION. The Directors being of opinion that the certain and unmediate advantage afforded by a low rate of Premium, more beneficial persons effecting Life Insurances than the remote and contingent prospect of a bon
30 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A CARD TO LADIES

A CARD TO LADIES

S ROCHE, 69, GRAFTON-STREET, leave acquaint the Nobility and Gentry, has just received fresh supply her PATENT FRENCH ELASTIC STAYS for LADIES, CHILDREN, with a beautiful. assortment 'CHILDREN'S LONDON DRESSES, the newest patterns- LADIES' MORNING WRAPPERS, NIGHT CAPS, and SITTI
30 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUFFERERS IN DOWNPATRICK GAOL

SUFFERERS IN DOWNPATRICK GAOL

SUFFERERS DOWNPATRICK GAOL Received for the sufferers in Downpatrick gaol since last acknowledged—From R. W. Pbaire, Esq., Arley Cottage, Worcestershire, and of Enniscortby, 5/.; from Robert H. Burgh, Esq., Drumkerrin, Pallas Green, We understand that have been quite misinformed
30 December 1833 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland