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... llorsnail. St rood; W. Cordelier, S. W Shotter, Sittinghourue; J. Pickering, S. Hunter, 1. Coro, Margate; E. Murat, Dn.l; John Evenden, druggist, Tunbridge Town ; whom may had, gratis, account of some the properties ami uses to which these Chlorides ...

Published: Tuesday 01 January 1833
Newspaper: South Eastern Gazette
County: Kent, England
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... county—Sit R. Keane and Mr. J. M. Galwav B Wexford, county —Mr. Carew and Mr. Lambert Wicklow —Mr. R. Howard and Mr. J. Grattan Westmealh, countj —Mr. N. Chapman and Sir R, Nagle Waterford, city —Mr. Christmas a and Mr. Barron. Out of 185 Irish members ...


... J. Sullivan Limerick, City .. D. Roche Longford, County E. Rorke Louth Thomas Fitzgerald Drogheda A. C. O’Dwyer Meath H. Grattan and Morgan O’Connell, Tipperary R. L. Sheil Cashel J. Roe Clonmel D. Ronayue Waterford, City.. H. W. Barren Total of pledged ...

Published: Tuesday 01 January 1833
Newspaper: Morning Advertiser
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2642 | Page: 3 | Tags: none


... Roscommon, 24. Lambert, Wexford County, 25. Winst. Barron, Waterford City, 26. John M. Galway, Waterford County, 27. Sullivan, Kilkenny City, 28. Sir R. Nagle, Westmeath, 29. John H. Talbot, New Ross, 30. Cor. O’Brien, Clare County, 31. Standish Barry, Cork ...

Published: Friday 04 January 1833
Newspaper: Morning Advertiser
County: London, England
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... bear it* Thanks to the course of events, and to Lord Grej> the aristocracy are driven to the alternative of leaning upon the arms of such friends as Mr. Sadler, or lying down beneath the hoofs of their lowest enemies. We find the following in the Dublin ...

Published: Saturday 05 January 1833
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
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now at 88 j |

... Dublin County j Fitzsimon, King’s County French. F.—Rossconimon Galway, M. -Waterford Gladstone—Portarlington Grattan, .lames —Wicklow Grattan, Henry—lleiuh Hayes, Sir K. —Donegal Hill, Lord A.—Down County Hill, Lord M.—Xewry Howard, it.- -ft icklow .tones ...


... Monday dreadful gale followed, which must have proved destructive to many vessels on this coast. The John and Peggy, Cardigan, from Swansea to Cardigan, with culm, was totally wrecked behind Fishguard Fort, in the morning of that day ; crew saved.” [Among ...


... Town.,.G Pryme. Right IJwi lUoo Canterbury laird Fordwich, Hon R WaL»o» Cardiff.. J Nichollc Cardiganshire W E Powell Cardigan P Pryse CarlisleP II Howard, James CarmarthenshireE H Adams, Hon GII Carmarthen Hon Yelvorton Carnarvonshire ...

Published: Monday 07 January 1833
Newspaper: Hampshire Chronicle
County: Hampshire, England
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LONDON, Wednesday, jan,2

... and George Esq. Cardiff (Town of)— John Nicholl the younger, Merthyrmaror, in the county of Glamorgan, Esq. Doctor of Cardigan (County of) —Wm. Edward Powell, of Nanteos, in the said county of Cardigan, Esq. Cardigan (Town and Bormighof, —Pryse Pryse, ...

Published: Monday 07 January 1833
Newspaper: Aris's Birmingham Gazette
County: Warwickshire, England
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Baron de Talleyrand Florence

... Latitude, Baticock, from Newfoundland. GREENOCK, JAN. s.—Arrived the Hazard, M'Kecknie, from Demerara ; Walp Cove, Wille, from St. John's, New Brunswick. CORK, JAN. s.—Arrived the Garland, Patrie, Macaio Triumph, and Buck, from London. DUND/SIC, JAN. s.—Arrived ...

Published: Tuesday 08 January 1833
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
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... and Mrs. Dawson Darner, the Bishop of Worcester, Sir John Beresford, Sir John Brooke Pechell, Earl and Countess Gower, Count and Countess Ludolf. Names were left by Lieut. Sir Peter Parker, Sir John Brooke Pechell, Lient. v C. Sterling, Capt. Pechell, ...

Published: Tuesday 08 January 1833
Newspaper: Morning Advertiser
County: London, England
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... Asderses come to him and told him that the job was doe., sad that be had thrown the picks dews the privy, as he wee afraid to keep Arm io his posesesioa Anderson said if he would remain quiet end say aothiog, N would try and gm a few polish for him. He saw him ...

Published: Wednesday 09 January 1833
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3662 | Page: 3 | Tags: none