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VIRES ACyUIRIT EUNUO.

VIRES ACyUIRIT EUNUO.

CORK STEAM PACKET COMPANY. STOCK XKHJ.OOO. In Shares nf £lO roch—Vfposit £l. DIRKCTOBB : THOMAS S. KEEVES, Chairm«n; Samuel Lane, Maurice Lane, 'Charles Sngrue, Andrew Spearing, James Daly. Hemy Bell, Daniel Murphy, Jun. Randal Howe, Michael Roberts, Robert Carr, Geo. Whately. J
09 June 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TRE COMsSTITUTION * OR. CORK ADVERTISER*

TRE COMsSTITUTION * OR. CORK ADVERTISER*

* OR. CORK ADVERTISER* termination they bad jmt wimested. He could not “" ' I therefore, in the «u«estion of the right hon. « e 1 n 1 ll *"?" 111 l Chancellor of the Exchequer that the matter ahould be droppeu in an undecided form. (hear.) , I SABBATH OBSERVANCE BILL. Mr. POULTER
09 June 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH CORPORATION BILL.

ENGLISH CORPORATION BILL.

LITERATURE. FRASER’S MAGAZINE. Vic.icil Courr.-On Saturday tl.cir ExwUreciM the Earl f?'' '?"* offidal lUtractol llie now Municipal Fnaisn rvUrmohna'a <■ n.. r •• • cII „( • n,e ‘* ofMul * r,veen,ertain «l«lief"llo»uiKperjona*.s to dinner; roratioii Bill presented by Lord .Inlin
09 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.

NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.

The number for the present month may be set down as an average one. We have the conclusion of Gilbert Gurney,” by Theodore Hook ; the chapter is rather lengthy, but it relieved by the humour and vivacity of this lively writer. Sir Matthew Meddle” humorous sketch ; but the best a
09 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO GROCERS. AN humble young Lad address and respectable reference, now his ISMear, who has served part of hit lime

TO GROCERS. AN humble young Lad address and respectable reference, now his ISMear, who has served part of hit lime

to the Grocery and Business wishes to article •himself for one two years respectable establishment, a general knowledge of business being bi* object reference and security can be given if required. Address 8., at the Offiup of this Paper Advertiser will be heard for 0..e week. V
09 June 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

PERSONS claiming compensation for Goods bonded for ilu'y, or for Irish Spiritif decayed by the Fire at the Custom-House, in Dublin, rcqAted send in their clnims forthwith, to the appointed to investigate them. Printed Forms, aelmding to which the claims are to be made out, will
09 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
We are d«' Ite,** for havi Framin'l Ji made the litle more late merely t those of the i Lord

We are d«' Ite,** for havi Framin'l Ji made the litle more late merely t those of the i Lord

Mwi.gr did not proct On turning find pa An Oran evil tendenc lin, and paragraphs considerably that the Ra- sprit ft opirtM. ft ever t Tided of err The Morning lenco on the i Irish Govern very little dif don confrere, the Packet that the Uadi had an eye echoing the head Offici da
09 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
And VOI.L'M liiitnry of Ii PART til ON THE M< Pric». in VOLUMt Ninth Eilitii Voltftnc*. TKfifi, Lower Abbe NEW

And VOI.L'M liiitnry of Ii PART til ON THE M< Pric». in VOLUMt Ninth Eilitii Voltftnc*. TKfifi, Lower Abbe NEW

WOI M Richard em* for for Ireland, Agents for for Ireland,
09 June 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE ELOPEMENT.

FASHIONABLE ELOPEMENT.

Captain G , lately attached to the staff of this garrison, has eloped wfth the beautiful MBs B daughter of a Baronet whose estates lie in one of the midland counties. The young couple left town Saturday ; and, up to this moment, wc understand, have eluded Hibrfnian United Servic
09 June 1835 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAND JURY BILL.

GRAND JURY BILL.

Sir RICHARD MUSGRAVE said he rose for the purpose of asking leave to bring in Bill, the principal object of which was to consolidate the laws relating to the civil functions of Grand Juries in Ireland, and to promote the extension of Public Works. It was unnecessary for him to s
09 June 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland