3r@UI IN . fbO EGAL TfEET. To be Let, or Interest in Lease Sold, rPnHE HOUSE No. 69.-These Premises are well I adapted for a large family, being completely fitted up with every requisite for comfort and convenience. The front and back Parlours, with or without part of the Yard, c
II DONCASTER RPACES. MONDAY, SEPT. 1.-FitZWrlialn Stakes, of ]0 S("S. each, 20 added by the Corporation-Lord Egreinolt's Nonscse heat Mr. Marsoni's Londa.-.. Champiage Stakes of 50 sovs. each, 29 subs.-the winner to give six dozen of champagne to the Club. Won by Mr. Oird's Bee's
.EtP'IIESM,.-? Turx London papers of SATURDAY evening arrived last night as usual; but'ijt the article of foreign news their con- tents are singularly. 'unimportant. The French journals bring reports of, another defeat of the Carlists, who, it seems, have been disappointed in the
P~RAR1*99 OF KILIJEatRD, COUNTY OF ANTRI.M. ;(T ) B l: LEl, with or ?? a Fhin, for vh~itever 1. term may be agreed oin, the followinir FA Rl.1 S.: No. 1. Contaillilig 57 Acres, With suitable Dwim.mI- Bousi.: and OF1ICkS. 2. Containing 43 Acres. 'NHith DWaLtIO-HoySE ?? OFaErs. t,
: ?? % r x L u- TTE BELFAST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25. POSITION OF T'HE ADMINISTRATION. WF observe, fro n the London -Papers of Monday, that on that day agrantd C..binet CGowcil was to be held for the purpose, no doubt, of arranging a number of important matters in anticipation of the
In addition to coutrtibutions formerly announced as ha, ing bsen received ii aid of the fuinds for supporting the tu fortuneteand distressed family of D. M'Areavy, mho-e I men~table 'fate has already been made knowin to the puli theRev.Joseph Gsc;ins has received the following s
PRIMITIVE WESLEYAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY.-On Thursday evening, the 29th ilt. the Sixth Anniversary of the Belfast Branch of the Primitive Wesleyan Missionary Society was held in the Methodist Chapel, Academy- street-('. M. Skinner, Esq. in the chair; amd on no lomr mer oceaision we
-ELFA ST X-A^TZR SESSIONS. CTe Crown business at these Sessions commenced yes- ttrday before William Mayne, E-q. Assistant Barrister, and the following Beuch of Magistrates:-John Agnew, Esq. Sovereign;- J. Emerson Tenuent. Esiq. M P.; Win. Clarke, Esq. l Henderson Black, Esq., C.
Kuao. will pay the On* Half «f tho clwige any hw Frwiidt that aril hi owa Firkin ; and Enlira Charav 4d, lo Ihnar hi« Friend* who Sell him »wo Muaa Firkin*, for the remainder lh# Season, and abore the fair Market Price of the day. Nawry, Oct. 13.1835.
14 October 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland