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Gunsmiths and Others. consequence of the of Mr. SAMUEL HOY. hi. ESTABLISHMENT, at No. +S, WARING-STREET, Relfavt, in the Gun

Gunsmiths and Others. consequence of the of Mr. SAMUEL HOY. hi. ESTABLISHMENT, at No. +S, WARING-STREET, Relfavt, in the Gun

Manufacturing, fishing Tackle, and General Sportfn^Line, would Let or Diepoeed of .My/eralo Tenni; and the Occupier, nr I’urrlia.er. would have tunit* of obtainiiijt the on han't on advantaqcam term*. Applyat the PREMISES ; or, il letter. po,".paid, JOHN HOY. Belfast, 2Stb May,
06 June 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WtUast iJJjmiVßfrftal (Sforamch.

WtUast iJJjmiVßfrftal (Sforamch.

Bin*, .nd ma,t q-.it .he P'* ,n - Illf cum** "" <!"' Wlnwi"« <l«v, and (latnnUllt Ult ,h, rartorv. and did «»t ai.|.-a. lhv.« far several days.— bee n, app.ehensiae. l.nt alter aumrllme hi, plaimifr was, thit lime, peif-etl, un.nspecii-.i Time ran on. and it appeared that the def
29 June 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“ Weary, stale, flat, and unprofitable

“ Weary, stale, flat, and unprofitable

Weary, stale, flat, and unprofitable and, in essential value to every wholesome public object, not worth a groat. What followed on the same side was, to adopt a coinage figure, leaden and rappish. Lord J. Russel:, was contemptibly compromising with radicalism, and subdued by fear
06 June 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL PAST IN SCOTLAND.

GENERAL PAST IN SCOTLAND.

GENERAL PAST SCOTLAND. Mr. GILLON wished to ask the learned lord, the member for Leith, what civil right the General Assembly of Scotland had to appoint general fast day for the of Julv, and to suspend th» •employment of the working classes on that day. The LORD ADVOCATE, in repl
24 June 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE AGENCY.

HOUSE AGENCY.

A register kept at both establishments for the dispose! or*pr> curing of every description of Houses, Furnished or Unfurnished Estates; &c. Properties and fixtures appraised. Funerals furnished and conducted with the greatest propriety, and with ever consistent regard to economy
13 June 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
T OLD .VIA*. HE Proprietor of the CORK. DISTILLERY STORES, dame-street, (Opposite the Exchange,) Has received another large Consignment of

T OLD .VIA*. HE Proprietor of the CORK. DISTILLERY STORES, dame-street, (Opposite the Exchange,) Has received another large Consignment of

Sweet Old Whiskey, direct from Cork, which he is commissioned to Sell any quantity, at Wholesale Distillery Prices, which Purchasers save here the actual Fronts charged elsewhere, independent of getting the choicest Pure Whiskey, as it comes from the Distillery, viz. : per. Gal.
13 June 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUi»LiN.

DUi»LiN.

Randle, R. LordJ. Stewart, R. G. Frederick, Y oung, R Sir R. Donkin, Vesoy, T. Maxwell, R. T. J. H. Vivian, R. Ballbur, R. Lord Cunaingha.n, R. ENNIS. Dellivyn. R. Sir R. Heron, R. Buckingham, R. Col. iiamilton, T. Eaton, T. Fector, T. Lord Brudenell. T. Now, Sir, I may be permi
20 June 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
gross POLL.

gross POLL.

igors and Raphael j Bruen and Kavanagh The result is still doubtful, and it is said that Bruen and Kavanagh count from thirty to forty majority in the booth that is ill open. Seven o Clock. —The Sheri? has just announced the day’s poll be—\ ; Raphael ; I'ruen and Kavanajrh 10S.
20 June 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF KING’S BENCH—I ondon, June 16.

COURT OF KING’S BENCH—I ondon, June 16.

The King v. the Proprietors of the Albion Newspaper. —The Attorney General stated that he was instructed to move for criminal information against the proprietors, printers, and publishers of the Albion and Star newspaper, for a libel upon Lord Viscount Palmerston. the of June th
20 June 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUESDAY.

TUESDAY.

The polling commenced this morning at nine o'clock, and there an intense party feeling prevailing throughout the town. Large bodies of the dragoons are patrolling the town, and others are marching in with some of the Conservative candidates’ voters.— One dragoon, who was attempt
20 June 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland