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TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.

TO THE EDITOR THE TIMES. Sir—The charge of the Bishop of the Exeter, delivered on ! his last visitation, which has now gone through two, andproi bably more, edition#, will, there is no question, cause consi[ dorable excitement the church, and be canvassed in numerous pamphlets, o
31 December 1839 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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31 December 1839 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REGISTRY COURT— , The court was densely crowded from little after ten o’clock, and a casual spectator wo ild be

REGISTRY COURT— , The court was densely crowded from little after ten o’clock, and a casual spectator wo ild be

inclined to think (bat the Registry Session was only at its commencement ouch was the anxiety of a great number of claimants to be ! brought up. Through the whole course of the day the Tories were able register but one, whilst the Liberals poured in in such numbers that many bad
31 December 1839 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
APPLY TO October 7, 1839.

APPLY TO October 7, 1839.

PITT SKIPTON, General Agent. i/ * That Dwelling-House in Foyle-street, AT PRESENT IN OCCUPATION OF MRS. ORH, IT in excellent order, and consista of Two Parlours ; Kitchen-Cook’s, Man’s, and Housekeeper’s Pantries, on Ground Floor; Two Drawing-Rooms; Conservatory, on First Floor;
31 December 1839 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
IRELAND. MEETING AT THE ADELPHI THEATRE—MR. O'CON

IRELAND. MEETING AT THE ADELPHI THEATRE—MR. O'CON

A very large and respectable meeting of Mr. O’Connell’s contit uents was held on Tuesday in the Adelphi Theatre, Great Brunswick-street. The honourable and learned gentleman arrived about a quarter past three o’clock, and was received with great enthusiasm. After the applause ba
31 December 1839 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
217 (Jnin, Tullya 218 Quin, Peler. Cnrricklirackan 2MI Quin, Patrick, 220 Quin, Owen, Liiuernw 221 Quin, Edward, Newry 222 Kcid,

217 (Jnin, Tullya 218 Quin, Peler. Cnrricklirackan 2MI Quin, Patrick, 220 Quin, Owen, Liiuernw 221 Quin, Edward, Newry 222 Kcid,

Samuel, 223 Hussell, Matthew, do rope and aail-makei Kuddel, William, do Kuddel, William, Longhorn do 226 Rogers, David, Esswary farmei 227 Rice, Joseph, do do 228 Riggs, William, Cloghurivanc do Rice, John. (Jarrickcloghau do Rantin, Thomas, sen., Mullnglass do 231 Rautin, Thom
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
On llir aOlh iost, the istle, County Tyrone, the la-Jy of tli<* Her Frociaq J, L.L. I)., of daughter. UR

On llir aOlh iost, the istle, County Tyrone, the la-Jy of tli<* Her Frociaq J, L.L. I)., of daughter. UR

\GK, At Hrooni-hill. on t'.ie 27ih itut.. ths Rev. Henry llasletl. John C.d veil. •>) l.'tncljlUm, lUilyimiM, to Mr* Cooper, relict of the Into Mr. Samuel Cooper, of Be'.but. and third daughter the late Robert Clawson, Newtowobreda.
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MATRI M O N Y

MATRI M O N Y

MATRI M O Y TO THE EDITOR OF THE REWBT TELEGRAPH. Deir Sir. yesterday, chaucr, I bappenad to cast a glance Upon your poet’s leaf, found What did my tenses much confound; 1 thought ray eyes ha-J lost their siebt. Or that ray wits had u’ea their flight: ** A man t'a-irertist for a
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TEMPERANCE SOCIETY

TEMPERANCE SOCIETY

The City and North of Load Aaxilimrv to the Britiah and Foreign Society for the Supprr—ion of Intemperance, held their anniveraary meeting on Thuradav evening, at the Mechanics’ Institution, Southamptoo-buiidings, Chan* rry-lane. The chair wa* taken by G. W. Alexander, Eaq. Mr.
31 December 1839 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BORDEAUX

BORDEAUX

THE fine New Schooner. HARP. FLr.rgffAit, Master, is intended tail for Bordeaux. withX>a#ds and Passengers, on SATURDAY, January. \ HENRY and WILLIAM SCOTT, 31, Eden-quay. J FOR SALE W ~~~ Ans Bri « MARGARET BMLFOUR. Captain Fitrimons, tons old, and "ill measure 307 new. Built Q
31 December 1839 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland