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WHY Why art thou wrepiner Over the happy, happy dead. Who are ip>nc away. Emin this life clay. From this f innt tears. From this harden of years. From sin, from sorrow, From '-» d morrow,” From struggling and creeping ; Why art thou weeping. Oh. fool' for the dead * Why art thou
11 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ENNISKILLEN CHRONICLE, AND ERNE PACKET.

THE ENNISKILLEN CHRONICLE, AND ERNE PACKET.

England lean the conservative side more or less. (Cheers.) Federalists, nullifiers, wings, and Jacksonians all agree in saying for heaven’s sake take care of what are about in England. know the practical effects vote ballot, universal suffrage,annual elections, and mob force. (C
11 June 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
bv the portr.it, .nd three hundred and twenty capital I i kenesse* eive life and interest to the letterpress. the

bv the portr.it, .nd three hundred and twenty capital I i kenesse* eive life and interest to the letterpress. the

svlu.le are ne.er seen anything of the kind once u.e so c nfenient, and beautiful; and sha I .nueh surprised*! fan, reading ...an shall leare h..colleet.on, it great or smaU, unfurnialied with such an eslenlial appendage.
11 June 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
EQUITY EXCHEQUER. ANNE KENNEDY, Plaintiff; CATHERINE KENNEDY AND OTHERS, Drfendantl. PURSUANT «n Order of hit Majenty’t Court of Exchequer in

EQUITY EXCHEQUER. ANNE KENNEDY, Plaintiff; CATHERINE KENNEDY AND OTHERS, Drfendantl. PURSUANT «n Order of hit Majenty’t Court of Exchequer in

Ireland, made in this Cause, hearing date the Ist MAY, 1H;?5,1 will on MONDAY, theTWKNTV-SECOND Day of JUNE next, the hour of ONE o*Cloek in the Afternoon,, at my CHAMBERS, on the INNS-QUAY, DUBLIN, SET UP and LET to the Highest and Fairest Bidder, for Seven Years pending this c
10 June 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
REVENUE EXCHEQUER. MICHAEL LINEHAN, CUSTODEE, PLAINTIFF ; MICHAEL M'GRATH, DEPENDANT. WHEREAS, by Order made in Cause, bearing Date the Second

REVENUE EXCHEQUER. MICHAEL LINEHAN, CUSTODEE, PLAINTIFF ; MICHAEL M'GRATH, DEPENDANT. WHEREAS, by Order made in Cause, bearing Date the Second

Day of May last, the Lord Treasurer’s Remembrancer is mpiired to Set Public Cant, to the Highest and Faireat Bidder, that part of the Lands of BALLYNAMUCK, in the Parish of Kilrush, Barony of Decivs Without Dram, and County Waterford, together with the Dwelling House thereon, in
10 June 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT TO THE CLERGY OF IRELAND.

IMPORTANT TO THE CLERGY OF IRELAND.

COURT OF CHANCERY, DUBLlN.— Saturday. IMPORTANT CASE. The Rrr. George Ihrycr v. Maurice Blake. Ala. Warren K. C., moved in pursuance of the I2th and 15th sections of 2 and 4 William IV., cap. 119, on petition and affidavit of the plaintiff. Rector of the union of Ardrahan, count
13 June 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE, THE SHAREIIOLnERS in the WATFRPOFn and LONDON COMMERCIAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, are hereby required to jwy Jon* Malcokson and

NOTICE, THE SHAREIIOLnERS in the WATFRPOFn and LONDON COMMERCIAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, are hereby required to jwy Jon* Malcokson and

Hexrv Denny, Esqra., ELEVEN POUNDS per Share, on their respective Shares In said Company, on or before the 16th JULY nest, Messrs. Malcomson and Denny, being authorised by the Committee to sign receipts for laid instalments. WM. MILWARD, Chairman of Committco. Waterford, 12th Jn
13 June 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
FABLES FROM THE SPANISH.

FABLES FROM THE SPANISH.

TUB FROGS AND TUB BULRIISUBB. Where Tag«» rolls bis food, A frog, of mmII experience, stood Praising the rashes grow lag there, flow and smooth, sod grreo they It chanced, jimt then, wind there Mew, That ttuapped tba tallest rash in two The frog's wise mother hopped op to if. An
13 June 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
BUiriSH FLEET FOR SPAIN.

BUiriSH FLEET FOR SPAIN.

The fact that the Cotnnfi'ssioner* fur executinj: the office of High A'ini'ral ha»e given notice tj the West inleresli that they are ready to contract for 70,000 gallons rum for the use of the British navy, the whole to be delivered before the end o( next month, has giver, rise
13 June 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE.

THEATRE.

We perceive the Bill* llial Mr. Booth’, benefit, the Treasurer, or Receiver, at our lii-a-tre, lake* iilace on Monday evening, wi.e.i toe celebrated Mr. Johii»on, ot the Theuiie* Koval, Dublin, and Loudon, Sfc. dev. lO the character of Sir Pat linax iu iUK Man or tub Would, and
13 June 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland