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IRELAND.

IRELAND.

DUBLIN, JANUARY 22. CLOSE OF THE TIPPERARY COMMISSION-THE SENTENCES. Yesterday the judges entered the court at a quarter before twelve o'clock. William Walsh and Cornelius Hickey were then placed at the bar to receive sentence for the murder of Messrs. Cooper and Wayland. Being
January 27, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
rfIEETH.—IM PORTANT to the PUBLlC.—Monsieur MALLAN and SON, Surgeon-Dentist, 32, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury, and 16, Prince's-street, Hanover-square, respectfully acquaint their

rfIEETH.—IM PORTANT to the PUBLlC.—Monsieur MALLAN and SON, Surgeon-Dentist, 32, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury, and 16, Prince's-street, Hanover-square, respectfully acquaint their

Friends and the Public, that, in consequence of their Improvements in the Mechanical Department of Dentistry, they are enabled to Reduce and Charge to the following scale— A single artificial Tooth A set A set of natural Teeth on fine gold plate - - -15 0 0 A set of Mons. Mallan
January 27, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
DEBILITY, NERVOUS IRRITATION, MEDICAL ADMONITORS.—The following Works are intended to instruct those interested in these subjects on points of importance

DEBILITY, NERVOUS IRRITATION, MEDICAL ADMONITORS.—The following Works are intended to instruct those interested in these subjects on points of importance

to health or ease of mind : (Twenty-third Edition, price Sc. each.) Ist. The /EGIS OF LIFE affords a comprehensive physiological history of the progress of the solitary passion, libertinism, and intemperance, exhibiting their rueful consequences, tending to sexual prostration, w
January 27, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
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October 14, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
60551 p.

60551 p.

His Excellency Count Pozzo di Borgo will leave Ashburnham House the latter end of this or early in the ensuing week for Paris, where the noble count will sojourn until January. Thursday was the anniversary of the day when America was discovered in 1492, and of Lord. Duncan's vic
October 14, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
to fly at her, but the gentleman held her back, and then she saw some money pass between him and

to fly at her, but the gentleman held her back, and then she saw some money pass between him and

the prisoner. She then, as well as she was able, made her way down stairs to the parlour, where she was so exhausted that she fainted away, when the servant threw some gin in her face, and after she returned to her senses the gentleman left the house, and she never saw him after
October 14, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

_ CRICKETING EXTRAORDINART.-A somewhat novel match of cricket was played on Wednesday between two female parties (married and single), in a field in the rear of a newly-erected public-house near Westend, kept by Mr. J. Vare. The fineness of the weather and the novelty of the sce
October 14, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
MEDICAL INSTITUTION, No. 2, COLETPL ACE, Commercial-road East, near the George, Half-way House. Under the direction of Dr. J. W.

MEDICAL INSTITUTION, No. 2, COLETPL ACE, Commercial-road East, near the George, Half-way House. Under the direction of Dr. J. W.

Graves, many years Surgeon in the Army of the Duke of Wellington, in Spain, &C. and Physician in chief to the Gov ernor G enera l d ur i ng t h e w h ole o f the fate war in Poland, dm. Upwards of THERE THOUSAND PATIENTS, labouring under various diseases, have applied for Advice
October 14, 1838 - Crown - London, London, England
 
THE COAL TRADE.

THE COAL TRADE.

We perceive by the statements in the daily papers that the Lord Mayor continues to burn the coals with which he has been supplied at 225. per ton, not only his own satisfaction, but to that of his numerous guests, SO much so that they appear to be unanimous in their opinion that
March 3, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

TUESDAY.—SeveraI petitions were presented by Lord DEVON against the repeal of the Corn-laws. Upon the motion of Lord DUNGANNON, the Relief (Ireland) Amendment Act Bill passed through a Committee of the whole House, and was reported without amendment. On the motion for Committee
March 3, 1839 - Crown - London, London, England