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ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

LONDON CORN-EXCHANG.E, JUNE 4.-There is very little doing either in the Wheat-or Barley trade this morning. Owing to the immense arrivals of Oats, factors would submit to a decline of Is.- 6d.! to effect sales, In Beans, Peas. and other Grain, very little doing. AVERAGE PRICE OF
09 June 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A. U. BLAKE. C.U.

A. U. BLAKE. C.U.

U. BLAKE. C.U. The above Letting is further adjourned to Friday, tin* day of June instant, at the hour and place above mentioned. Dated this 3d day of Juno, 1833. R. BLAKE, C.R, EQUITY EXCHEQUER. William Murphy, Esq., ANT to the Plaintiff. Decree of hit Majesty's Elizabeth Cogan,
09 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK COUNTY F.I.ECTtON COMMITTEE

CORK COUNTY F.I.ECTtON COMMITTEE

Mr. hrought the report of the Committee on comity election, declaring that Feargus O’Con nor, Esq., was not duly elected knight of the shire for the county of Cork ; that Richard Longfiehl, Esq , was duly elected ; and that the petition and opposition were neither frivolous nor
09 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARTIN'S CELEBRATED LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S SHOE WAREHOUSE, KO». 23 and 24, n^&au£trrf.t, STRANGERS visiting Families purchasing their Winter Stoo|Jr\%iiM]wtr'tTK >

MARTIN'S CELEBRATED LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S SHOE WAREHOUSE, KO». 23 and 24, n^&au£trrf.t, STRANGERS visiting Families purchasing their Winter Stoo|Jr\%iiM]wtr'tTK >

ir advantage to try the extensive and vaned at all times in this Establishment : an enumeration would far exceed the limits of an advertisement. Indian Rubber Shoes, and Waterproof So. ks, Morning Slippers fur Ladies and Gentlemen in greater variety of shape and color than at an
09 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
On SUNDAY NEXT, the 14U» JUNE, 1835, (TRINITY SUNDAY). fpilE ANNUAL SKEMONwMtepr«cfced 1 i„ (tie Roman Catbolie' Ckurch TWO o'dock,

On SUNDAY NEXT, the 14U» JUNE, 1835, (TRINITY SUNDAY). fpilE ANNUAL SKEMONwMtepr«cfced 1 i„ (tie Roman Catbolie' Ckurch TWO o'dock,

by Very Rev. HUGHM, 0.5. K., ike oupport Free School*, at up«rar«k iioyt and girl* recSJStba , *alnaWn blewnm of moral and uMful education, without Parochial Rciyiou* *lhStion. from thorn whoa»Mt attend wHI be received the Mo*t Rev. Dr. Murray; Rev. Rev Wm. Stafford, P. P. ; Rev
09 June 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
rMafe K^toWed—Tb«t

rMafe K^toWed—Tb«t

rMafe Tlw wl*Mt urMn. *® W MtaMw’i AUUng the cutreney, «af 1.12£3. I*. ••* 'a Aaiount of tuiflw cnlleeted over the warrant, £i»l 5 7 R<*olre<i—Tbat tiK foregoing BeenJutioo* bo published in ikb Morning AM Ouirvun. WILLIAM STEPHENS, Vortry Clerk. William A Sen, E«|., b«ng J Midwel
09 June 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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\ - ■*' .' ;■»' ?i PtlViTB CORRESPONDENCE. •\ (notlt yRk nurr.) Lowkm, Saturday Ettmag. The tnunpll at Youghal was complete. The littißg . her bad Area move dbcharged imoUeoU to object to the petitiooefi were not dry. Thie victory a, bewever, , litigated the total dbcomfituro of
09 June 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
fppearance. ALL. that Master RE?rt, and in complinilies of distinction. US, th of JUNE, 13/ A, giving in this City,)

fppearance. ALL. that Master RE?rt, and in complinilies of distinction. US, th of JUNE, 13/ A, giving in this City,)

m&t Eight o'clock' PAST TEN. :k, P. M. )ne o'clock, P. ,1/. and isi Eight o'clock, One o'clock, P,M
09 June 1835 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Homan (ffatjioKt 33tU.

Homan (ffatjioKt 33tU.

Mr. LYNCH moved the second reading of the Roman Catholic marriages bill. , After a short discussion, the bill was read a second lime. COURT OF KING’S BENCH— Dublin, Monday. Hainan, v. the Rm. J. Keenan, P. F. and others. The traversers this case (the particulars of which were fo
09 June 1835 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Who gave the sweet one voice and tongue

Who gave the sweet one voice and tongue

So heavenly sweet in speech and song ? that with flute-notes softly thrilled The lark and nightingale hath filled— He gave the sweet one voice and tongue soft, for love’s discourse soug. Who, for the throne of full delight, Halli arched the one’s bosom whits Even who made, its t
09 June 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland