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1835.

1835.

. ?? . 11 b"I All, I ' CELE.SIL PHENOMENA. h; .0JA jt AnV. ?? 1. Sutp in perigeeat 4 iu tdieufternoon. 2. 1t1 as in opposit~ol Gto fte sun .7 Moo in apn ogee.ex'inti' bt 10. Jurpiter in £onjtu!~vctiotn,'-with'. the tzoon ait 6 in tbe eve- ning, the. plaiet being o ne degree'north
02 January 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

A NIcE COuPilI.-UNION-1HALI.. -iI the course of the day i man aid womalu p resentedti tIemnsellves. art d the man, addressing the magistrate slid-__ YoUr worship, I took the liberty of calling to know whether I might marry this here ,VOnllirI Wort stands by my ?? Magistrate said
16 January 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXPRESS.

EXPRESS.

]EXPRESM TnIE London Papers of TuESDAY evening reached us lasi night by Express, but they are, in a great degree, destitut( of intelligence. The extraordinary affair of the Russian] claim on France for compensation on the ground of the losses sustained by Poland in consequence of
30 January 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
KERRY.

KERRY.

highly respectable meeting of the friends and supporters of the Knight of Kerry, took place in Killarney, oij, Friday. for the purpose of ascertaining the result of the canvass for the Ik> •rony of Magonihy; Daniel Cronin, Esq. of the Park, in the chair; when it appeared that th
24 January 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BUILDERS.^ NOTICE ii hereby given that Proposals will be received by Mr. John GoonraLLOW, of Lismore Lodge, near the

TO BUILDERS.^ NOTICE ii hereby given that Proposals will be received by Mr. John GoonraLLOW, of Lismore Lodge, near the

town of Leitrim, for- the erection of a Cottage on the lands of Hollypark, near said Town, according to Plan and Specification, which can be seen on application to Mr. CoonrKLLow. Lismore Lodge, January, 183$.
24 January 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 

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BIRTHS

BIRTHS

The lady of John Ar nstron?. of KnncUbMiljniore, Fermanagh, Esq , of « son heir. Cork, the la>'y of Nicholas Duneombe, Esq., of The lady of Colonel Johr M. Hamerton, C. of Kalhmi„es cniintv ia -<f daughter. At nro.nore I’ah ce. the lady of Edward Loftus Xeynoe, of Castle Neyi o>
26 January 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

The folllowins is his Excellency’s answer the Corporation.—We have perused it with unmixei emotioo of delight, it all ihatcouM be required the lovers order. His Excellency will have the zealous support of every good man in the kingdom. If what he has promised shall acted to, and
19 January 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
«aam, PATRON : The Most Noble tho MARQUESS of SLIGO. VICE PATRON ; The Right Honorable LORD BINGHAM. TKUASUBLER :

«aam, PATRON : The Most Noble tho MARQUESS of SLIGO. VICE PATRON ; The Right Honorable LORD BINGHAM. TKUASUBLER :

THOMAS SPENCER LINDSEY. Esquire. trusth.es .• John Knox. Esquire. George Mahon, Esquire. Man rice Biake, Esquire. Tower/tUI. George Clendiniag, Esquire. Charles O'l.lallej. Esquire. Owen O'Malley. E3quire• Jarrard E. Strickland, Esquire. Thomas V. Clendining, Esquire. Alexander
05 January 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DESERTED. BY MISS K. L. MONTAOC, Oh» never weep when I nor sigh to hear my name, But fauld

THE DESERTED. BY MISS K. L. MONTAOC, Oh» never weep when I nor sigh to hear my name, But fauld

my hand-* my breast, an' bear me to my hume; An’ yonder by the wide, wide sea, nh, lay cauldaa' low. That saftly ower my gowden hair the bonnie waves may flow. I wouldnn like to lay my head aneath the kirk-yard wa/ Sae sadly there, trae darksome yews,the lang, drear shadows fa’;
05 January 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
NOVEMBER.

NOVEMBER.

10 Earl Spencer died at his scat, Althorp Park, aged 76. 13 Viscount Melbourne waited on the King at Brighton, for the purpose of consulting his Majesty on the appointment of successor to Lord \lthorp, ( now Karl Spencer.) The result of the conference was the dissolution the min
17 January 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland