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GLOUCESTERSHIRE.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE.

MISS EVANS and MRS. INGLIS, feeling the many advantages combined in the admirable Plan of Education laid down by tbat highly talented and intelligent Lecturer, Mr. Smith, beg they have, from a full conviction of its great Ststkm of Smith and Dolibr to their and believe they can
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REDUCED FARES,

REDUCED FARES,

SOUTHAMPTON AND HAVRE DE GRACE. THE APOLLO Steam Packet, 100 Horse Power, Captain James Weeks, will leave the Royal Pier, Southampton, for Havre Grace, on Wednesday, the 13lh May, Nine o’Clock in the Morning, returning from Havre, on Friday, the 15tb, at o'Clock the Morning, and
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE THEATRE—COMMAND NIGHT.

THE THEATRE—COMMAND NIGHT.

The performances last night, the Theatre Roy J, were command of their Excellencies the Lord Lieutenant and Counteu of Mulgravc, who entered the theatre, accompanied by a splendid retinue, about half, past seven o'clock, when they were greeted with the most enthusiastic, and, wc
30 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDUCATION IN IRELAND.

EDUCATION IN IRELAND.

EDUCATION IRELAND. Mr. WYSE, in moving the second reading of the bill which had had the honor to introduce about a week since, would not, after the verv lengthened exposition which he had then made, trouble the house with many observations. He should reserve until the bill was in
30 June 1835 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH CHURCH.

THE IRISH CHURCH.

The principle* of the Irish Church Bill are now before the public, and Lord Morpeth has earned high honour for himself for the clear, bold, and at the samu time temperate manner in which he dealt with this must important of all Irish question*. It is proposed that the repayment
30 June 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE THEATRE—COMMAND NIGHT.

THE THEATRE—COMMAND NIGHT.

The performance* last riight, it (he Theatre Royal, we re by command of their Excellencies the Lord Lieutenant and Countess of Mulgrave, who entered the theatre, accompanied by a splendid retinue, about half-past seven o'clock, when they were greeted with the most enthusiastic,
30 June 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PIER HEAU—DUBLIN

PIER HEAU—DUBLIN

Junk Airired—Tham<-s XMinrr, •ml pinregen, Londui. Uiitaonia •t'.auier, ((ucmU »ad |>Maenftv.i». tivctpw* Cityul Dunlin «turner, tuiri i,iv«t|MaUcol lei (. d —None. Ju.vx jt—Arrived—Spaed/, ten, Nctvruile. (wiled—A uue. KINGSTOWN HARBOUR. Juse 29 —Arrive d—llw Ltv«rp«ul and Holy
30 June 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ASSURERS for the whole of Life are entitled to participate the Profits of the Company, Bonuses of Two-thirdsoftlie Profits beinf?

ASSURERS for the whole of Life are entitled to participate the Profits of the Company, Bonuses of Two-thirdsoftlie Profits beinf?

allocated semennially to such Assurers. This plan (called the Equitable Plan) of dividing profits with the assurers, was first introduced into Ireland by Hope Company. A Roll in the office exhibits long lists of claims paid, with the addition of considerable sums over and bove t
30 June 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

COVE OF CORK, JUNE 27—WIND N* Arrived—Erin, Williams, St. Ives, ballast. Joseph and Ann, Rowe, London,' general cargo. Sailed—Albion Steamer for Bristol. John Elpbinstonc, Thomas, Pill, cattle. JUNE 28— WIND SOUTH. Arrived—Duke of Clarence, Clarke, Barbadocs, sugars, &c. for Cor
30 June 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NUMBER OF BENEFICES

NUMBER OF BENEFICES

In which there is no member of the Estab- lished Church 41 In which there is one, and not more than 20 In which there are more than 20, and not more than 50 In which there are more than 50, and not more than 100, .. ••• ••• ••• ICO In which there are more than 100, and not more
30 June 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland