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ADDRESS.

ADDRESS.

Rev. and Dear Sir, We, your late Parishioners, anxious to conrcy the sentiments of our minds towards you, request you ill aicept our warmest mid most sincere ccngratulalions on your late well-merited promotion in the church ; at the same time we beg leare to assure yon that thos
31 December 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
AGRICULTURAL & COMMERCIAL

AGRICULTURAL & COMMERCIAL

B A N K, nOYIsK. AT a Meeting held in the Court llonse of BOYLE, Wednesday, the 2d December, 1835, for the purpose of establishing Branch of the Agricultural and Commercial Bank of Ireland, WILLIAM MULI.OY, sen. Esq., of Oakport, in the Chair. Moved Conte Mulloy, Esq. ; seconded
31 December 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
CHANCERY.

CHANCERY.

Tracy*N to the Decree and others, made in this Cause, bearing PUiintifi's. f date thcSOlh day of Jannarv. 183J, Ralph Hinds / I will, WEDNESDAY, the and others, Twentieth dav of January next, Defendants, at the hour of One ©’Clock in the Afternoon, at Office on the Inn* Quay, Du
31 December 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
PER POt Nn WT.

PER POt Nn WT.

PER CWT. s. d. </. Butter. .!*< ..0 10j<o lOi 2d...0 'Ji— 0 10 3rf...0 9 00 (roll) ..0 o—o7 Beef 3»-0 ft Mutton 0 4 htnir Hides... .0 2| dl utlorr jier si. 5 2 4 PER BARREL—2O STONE. 16 0 20 Vheat, White, 18j to 20s pep per do.; Flour, first, 29a, dillu ;r barrel. Bran, 3s per b
31 December 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
fendinj forts would a rraintop. and swimining oIT, when beaten, to his ship, he would descend from tottering mast by

fendinj forts would a rraintop. and swimining oIT, when beaten, to his ship, he would descend from tottering mast by

haul-yard or backstay. We shall not be surprised if this production of Captain Marryat becomes even more popular than his ‘’Jacob Faithful,” or his“ Peler Simple;” for it ought to be the future fade mecum of every midshipman on his entering the service. And, moreover, unlike thi
31 December 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
No. 1,851. RUMOURS of a change in the ministry (From the Standard.) The town is Tull rumours a ministerial change.

No. 1,851. RUMOURS of a change in the ministry (From the Standard.) The town is Tull rumours a ministerial change.

It is said that Lord Stanley has consented to return to the administration, his former office of Colonial Secretary, now rendered, undoubtedly, the affairs of Canada, too onerous for faineant who present holds it. What, indeed, would not heahurlhen beyond the powers Lord Glenelg
31 December 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, li<3s.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, li<3s.

From Spain the most interesting intelligence is the relief St. Sebastian, and the entry into Viltoria of the. British legion under General Evans, The Meteor stcam-vesssel entered the harbour on the 17th unopposed the Carlisls. One or two of the principal Officers of the town hav
31 December 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
MII.IT AUY 1* HOM Oi l O NS.

MII.IT AUY 1* HOM Oi l O NS.

War-Office, Dec. 20, Koval Regiment of Horse Guard*—Comet George Thomas (Jain to I.iout., purchase, vice Cowper, promoted ; and .l„| Win. Hamilton Anson, Gent., to Cornet by purcha>e vice Uum. , ~ , , R. imentof Drauoons—F.nsiitn Michael Nelson, from tlie 4Slh Reciment Foot, Qua
31 December 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
EXCHANGE*' (». T. I.ieuten.n, H. Ans'a., Gent., to be Cu.ne*' mn, from the «li.. retire* u|e.n h«lr n„ f W.

EXCHANGE*' (». T. I.ieuten.n, H. Ans'a., Gent., to be Cu.ne*' mn, from the «li.. retire* u|e.n h«lr n„ f W.

<■• ~.oi, 1. It. lesion, Gent,, nsnt, h* piiirh»sc,»(ee\v-tt et. b. T.ii.chs.e, ,iee F„ .1 M. Itetesrbttl, from the"firK vice t'ameron, retire* n l.nulenant, •ithmit pu.chi.e Truilii.R District; Ensign *£■ lent of boot, to Ensign, ,i ; Qiirrlcrtna.ter, ~C Brice, "it.rolnrrel. b,
31 December 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Cite Cmtsititutioit;

Cite Cmtsititutioit;

Vox.. XIV.—No. 2.150 .OIKSI'AN 1' AT No. I. the eet. f. n. oouetttom*. t. Et.oMr.rtn, .aet. .. oeae Sift r. Blomfield—l .-'i™' 7,^ n ; ih&t another Pi otestant .neetmi; was lie lielil in ulitnn e»nv 'nVlie next week, and hare been lookinc (or some ollinal notice of it, I underst
31 December 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland