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WESTMINSTER SOCZETV

WESTMINSTER SOCZETV

ton t On Zsires and Survivorships and Granting Annuities, D tme-sreet, Dublin and Straud and Corultill, London. TRUSTEES, DIRECTORS,AND AUDITORS. Sir O. Hampton, Bart. Jamet Lawrell, Etq. Sir John Stuart Uippitlty, Xeill Malcolm, E»q. Bait. George G. Slillt, Htq. Sir Clmrlet Sul
21 February 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
county or 2*50 Plantation Acres OP THE LANDS OP SITUATE to « fine Sjjortinf? country, within mile of the town

county or 2*50 Plantation Acres OP THE LANDS OP SITUATE to « fine Sjjortinf? country, within mile of the town

of LITTLETON ; with acrei and upwards of improvea'jlc ling thereto, 30 ac es of which bare been lately reclaimed ; with the Dwelling House now occupied sin. The Proprietor, which contains t.ro Parlours, five Bed-rooms, with Kitchen, Pantry, and Servants apartments ; oflices. wit
21 February 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL MARKETS—ToadOAT.

LIVERPOOL MARKETS—ToadOAT.

Corn —Several cargoes of Wheat have arrived from Ireland during the last day or two, but the week's supplies are. on the whole, moderate ; and of Oats the arrivals continue very light. Of Flour the imports amount to 7000 sacks. Red Irish Wheat, per 701bs. Ss. 2d. to Ss. ; whito
21 February 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
from tht Siih (if MARCH mxt. THE HOUSE AND DEMESNE OF WITHIN THREE MILES OP CARRICK. CONTAINING about 24 acrot

from tht Siih (if MARCH mxt. THE HOUSE AND DEMESNE OF WITHIN THREE MILES OP CARRICK. CONTAINING about 24 acrot

of highly Improved land, with Shrubbariw, a Walled-in Garden, Orchard, and Offices, all in perfect order, and fit for the immediate reception of a Family, Application made to ROBERT ORR, Esq., 6, Erne-street, Dublin, MAT, SAUSE, Eeq., 8 Merriou Square West, Dublin, Mr, HAYDEN, C
21 February 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM THR FREEMAK.

FROM THR FREEMAK.

The Whi<r» are soundly ated by the ministerial journals, for their present opposition to Sir C. M. Sutton— seeing that two years ago their very selves proposed his re-election. We have no objection to this cutting castigation of the folly of the Whigs. They deserve it all. It wa
21 February 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE CAIIER BALL.

THE CAIIER BALL.

Caber, Thursday. On evening, this Ball took place at the Assembly Rooms, Caber, and it has seldom been our lot lo witness amove brllliaot scene. The Ball R,oom was beautifully and tastefully decorated, (uuder the immediete superintendance the Stewards,) manner which reflects the
21 February 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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13 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW PUBLICATIONS.

NEW PUBLICATIONS.

H, New Burlington-streel, June 9, 1635. Mr Bijitiii will publish, during the present month, the following NEW BOOKS. In S vols* post Bvo., - The mon i ins. By J. FENIMORE COOPBR, Evq. Author of The Spy." Ac. The of MADASIE JUNOTS MEMOIRS. new work, edited by lady dacre. In 3 vol
13 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EQUITY EXCHEQUER,

EQUITY EXCHEQUER,

Sl'CaithT, 'j "PURSUANT ail ii i"i <i«r of his .Majesty's IlolweU Walslic, Lsq., and Coult Ell4ie() uer, in ,riolhers, f | all! j c, use> Ucfendants. ' date the 2Gth day of will on Tuesday, the dlst day of July Me liAr of One o’ClocL in the afternoon, at Chandrfi, quay. Dublin,
11 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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d>/ h*vtl«u iron pod might find that >tßont *>• Ther« »t» pur«lj other light Hon. would find urpooeo In■•w t«omt«tont, or rovUion for If h« also 1 » means to klion, ih«o. (Hear.)— lemea ut gaiou* of aiMorl a continisse fund. pern,, tier rhich were ovidiog for lotmcutt to not trou
02 July 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland