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BRITISH AND IRISH UNITED FIRE INSURANCE OFFICE. STRAND, AMD GORN-HILL, LONDON, AND / ] 40, DJME-S THEKT, /A DUBLIN. DIRECTORS.

BRITISH AND IRISH UNITED FIRE INSURANCE OFFICE. STRAND, AMD GORN-HILL, LONDON, AND / ] 40, DJME-S THEKT, /A DUBLIN. DIRECTORS.

J. D. touche, Esq., Banker, y J. B. Ball, Esq., Banker. S T. R. Needham, Walter Prosser, Esq. JOHN PORTER. Secretary, 40, Dame.street. rrllS Company continues to Insure on the most liberal terms: Common Insurance, Is. 6d. y Hazardous, 2s. 6d. > per Ceut. Double Haxardouv, ... 4s
31 December 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TUHF CLUB. MR. EDWARD RWTIIVRN’B, M.P., CASE. SXTK.OUIM.KT IHTISIIOATIO*. Tht putMt powlil, inumt M tar, »l>, MJdU of -tb.

THE TUHF CLUB. MR. EDWARD RWTIIVRN’B, M.P., CASE. SXTK.OUIM.KT IHTISIIOATIO*. Tht putMt powlil, inumt M tar, »l>, MJdU of -tb.

iave.tif.lioa nadtrtikoie tbo «»»mrde Tatf Club into tbo«|e. tod identity f'Hy Coroline ."d tbe boeee “Ltlmter,” the yreperty Me. E. Malbveo, M.P. foe the Aamap* pnlletne« were Beele Hnwlb, Milltona, Wreteore, M.P.. MMw, M.P., D.L., Hoa. Captain Vu.bu, Cofooel AraMtroof, C»P<«'n
31 December 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY. , . . rp«RBE THOUSAND POUNDS it A per Cent., on Landed Security, Incumbrance ; and the Lender to

MONEY. , . . rp«RBE THOUSAND POUNDS it A per Cent., on Landed Security, Incumbrance ; and the Lender to

be the property. . , - "jf Apply (if letter, to poet paid} to lOO, Capet-Btreet.- .
31 December 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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. ... THE NORTHERN WHIG. __ , , „ , ki:-k«4 i«»»ap linrH Ground with tnrati. ih*v mav be introduced •• en edtante- Barley, 10* to do. mallinjf, ll* to 11* 64; I I> . . H««*'»«« tolemnly «(H«ncfd, Ihe lUh ~®. 1 / Edi»«rd Sugden P f (irom sub»mnie fur lurmpt, for our «hepp in Winte
31 December 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Lincolnshire.—Great Meeting of Reformers. —On Thursday last, one the most magnificent ever known in Lincolnshire, was held in the Town-Mall

Lincolnshire.—Great Meeting of Reformers. —On Thursday last, one the most magnificent ever known in Lincolnshire, was held in the Town-Mall

Grantham, in honour 11. 11. II tdley, Ivq , the popular Member for the South of that County. The d oner only the irst series, another being advertised at Boston, with the names about 50 yeomen S ewards, take place next week. The spacious Town-1 fall was crowded to overflowing, a
31 December 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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W anted.

W anted.

anted. a Manchester House, Y O U N M N of superior business acquirements and address who thorough knowledge of the Woollen Trade, in the North of Ireland He would be requipul to travel from four to five months in the year, and business in .Manchester the remaining portion Unexcep
31 December 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STEAM CONVEYANCE.

STEAM CONVEYANCE.

f-'or '.buduii, C'aliuoutli, Plymouth, £.(• <areeno(‘k, A Knltlin,
31 December 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRKID,

MARRKID,

On the 24th insl., in Dublin, by th. Rev Robert Handcoek* Phennc, Esq . third sou ot the late Richaid Plieppe, o lsabella, second daughter the late Wm. Kellock, Esq. 0f On the 23d inst, at Castleisland. Co. Kerry, Charles Tuite, Esq., Solicitor, Margaret, youngest daughter of th
31 December 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

31 December 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
I did not go into any such place. Did any one go with you to Exchequer-street when I°° one. Was

I did not go into any such place. Did any one go with you to Exchequer-street when I°° one. Was

it the day you soted you got the 21. . y day. Did you walk to Exchequer-street es. you went for the money did you walk . 1 did. Mr. Maguire objected to this question, a* it assume fact which was not in evidence. The Chairman expunged the question. Did you lead the note you broug
31 December 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland