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IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Mr. O'Connell continues to labour, most industriously, for this disturbed part of our dominions. The Trades' Union is daily assuming an extraordinary degree of power, and to be a recognised member of that body seems to be a passport, not only to the Liberator himself, but to eve
January 13, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

Madrid, Dec. 27. The Zea cabinet acknowledges the urgency which exists for assembling the Cortes por Estamentos, according to the forms adopted since the era of Charles V., that is, without the nobility or clergy. The meeting will take place, at the latest, toward the end of May
January 13, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
NONSENSE. THEIR MAJESTIES.

NONSENSE. THEIR MAJESTIES.

Brighton, Jan. S. We understand that the time fixed for the final departure of the Court is the 21st of February. The KING gave audience to Deut.-Col. Storey, yesterday. His MAJESTY subsequently took a carriage airing, accompanied by the Marchioness Wellesley. Prince GEORGE, acc
January 13, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
TOWN-HALL, SOUTHWARK.

TOWN-HALL, SOUTHWARK.

UNSTAMPED PormicATioris.—Two men of the name of Colley and Currie, against whom information was last week given at the Town-,hall, Southwark, for a conspiracy to entrap persons into the sale of unstamped publications, having represented themselves to the Magistrates as being emp
January 13, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
WARM BATHS. • nF a very Superior Description, and suppli e with WATER f.rom 014 of .the finest Springs in

WARM BATHS. • nF a very Superior Description, and suppli e with WATER f.rom 014 of .the finest Springs in

the Kingds°, a minute's notice only required.—Single Bath, La. 6.; or by 5 ' scription, Ten Baths, 11. • Convenient Coffee Room, furnished with the Daily Papers, private apartments for Gentlemen and Families ; comfort, once, and economy, combined with 'cleanliness and attention.
July 7, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
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August 25, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT .CAUTION. —Those who wish to possess an elegant and comfortable, and really useful Arm Chair, are respectfully solicited to

IMPORTANT .CAUTION. —Those who wish to possess an elegant and comfortable, and really useful Arm Chair, are respectfully solicited to

obtain of Daw's Original Patent. .This is found to give constant satisfaction, and to be certain value for money ;' but, let it be noticed, that athoever possess themselves of one of the motley grbup of imitations, are sure of disappointment. "There is a Chair invented by Mr. De
August 25, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
HNITON GARDEN.

HNITON GARDEN.

On Friday, a young man, named Richardson, a lawyer's clerk, was brought before Mr. Rogers on the following charge : Police Constable, No. 100 G., having been sworn, the Magistrate asked him what he had to say against the prisoner Policeman,—lle said that I tore his coat. Mr. Rog
July 28, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
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July 21, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England
 
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July 21, 1833 - British Liberator - London, London, England