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DECREES.

DECREES.

1 November 1822 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Meuitter*

Meuitter*

But, besides thi':, my coming here has led thing cf still greater importance; namely, an explanation the meaning the M infest); and that explanation made to the Ch airman in person.— the facts are I went into the Swan Inn with sop J ;rn";, while ?*lr. uiltcr and two \ other gent
5 October 1822 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
&. unpossessed of riches. Pensioner Burke is plausi-' ble and authoritative—and Primate Herestord is deserving of our high consideration.” But

&. unpossessed of riches. Pensioner Burke is plausi-' ble and authoritative—and Primate Herestord is deserving of our high consideration.” But

hope it is treason to say, that the dictum of either is not sufficient to extinguish the light expeiilence, or falsify the eternal truth of the Scriptures. The Corporation of G.tlwny, copying from an illustrious modei, have also resolved Petition Parliament to assist them in the
5 October 1822 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TAXATION,

TAXATION,

Wednesday a Meeting oT the Householders of St. Thomas's Parish was held in the Vestry-Koom, pursuant to Requisition, for lire purpose of considering the propriety of preparing Petition tlte Imperial Parliament, praying for total abolition of the Assessed Taxes, and revision and
5 October 1822 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUPPLEMENT TO THE DUBLIN WEEKLY REGISTER.

SUPPLEMENT TO THE DUBLIN WEEKLY REGISTER.

VOL 1] i Ol' ABDUC TION. PVUIS c:oi;iu - ASSIZE, Sq.t. ‘JS. i-i <)t to-day occupied -with case , i,. cl minor, the only daughter of an up- Vilsuner, who h some property, young man, author several publications, who confessed that had means of subststence, except h_s salary , (-ox
5 October 1822 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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FFr'F. ij »• ■! >t a Constitution of Colombia is the representative, republican, and ment. A better wilt . the political institutions nothing perfect. Rejoice that you belong to great family, which now repo-.es under t ie -,m f-uv of the laurels it has gained, and which hit n-hmg
5 October 1822 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A MOST REMARKABLE ESCAPE FROM LESBURY GAOL, AND SUBSEQUENT IIE.NSION. desperate pang, consisting three notorious horse-stealers, Have" lor some time

A MOST REMARKABLE ESCAPE FROM LESBURY GAOL, AND SUBSEQUENT IIE.NSION. desperate pang, consisting three notorious horse-stealers, Have" lor some time

been detained Aylesbury, to take their trials several capital charges, and had, not long since, nearly etiected their escape ; but, the morning Saturday last, about five o'clock, an alarm was given in the prison, that this band ruffians, with one Cotes, under similar charge, had
5 October 1822 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE BUND.

INSTRUCTIONS TO THE BUND.

The Royal lilir.d Asylum (Berlin) was lounded in 1806, by the present Director, Professor Zeune. Six scholars are supported the State, and ten the citizens. They are instructed generally in basket-making, music, the Latin and modern languages, and religion. A few ate taught geom
5 October 1822 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
b.aW>|k STATE Of COVS'TI ¥■ ,' .J, ■">» *-«• c«mn,™ceJ. ..,1 .beJua Mr. HL’SKISSON hscio onfer. His discharging their high

b.aW>|k STATE Of COVS'TI ¥■ ,' .J, ■">» *-«• c«mn,™ceJ. ..,1 .beJua Mr. HL’SKISSON hscio onfer. His discharging their high

functions on the *ud. in fim rising, tut be •olyiwktlie | different Circuits. continue publish abstracts tiueslior, because there was business going on- i.iii-, He would put an end the irregularconvi rsauon which liad ! 0 f several of the Charges dehvered by the Judges, arisen,
21 March 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
trOta the first mooeous, and such at nerer could >uc- in tlteir present impotcrishcd condition, presses heavily coed he cstlvd

trOta the first mooeous, and such at nerer could >uc- in tlteir present impotcrishcd condition, presses heavily coed he cstlvd

upon the House throw away upon classes.** , . wore money, to grant nothing until the accounts of the Cuun- As soon as the Resolution was put from the Chair, try were plahaiy stated in a dehtorand creditor liko shape. If Mr. VANSITTART (Chan, of Ex.) said heshould opevery man bad
9 February 1822 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland