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NtW ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL AT CLONTAKF. r'J'IHE Ceremony lining Stone the NEW X CHAPEL CLONiKHF un’.U MONDAY, the ii.stont, of

NtW ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL AT CLONTAKF. r'J'IHE Ceremony lining Stone the NEW X CHAPEL CLONiKHF un’.U MONDAY, the ii.stont, of

the Archbishop ‘■tint; obliged to leave toon where he will engaged for the entire the ordination of candidates for the priesthood. ifllA.NL> UttATUttii). IN THE NEW CHpHCH OF ST. ANDREW, WESTLAND-ROW, this day (rau>** >. the I 2th junk, 1835. •S>UINCIPAL VOCAL PERFORMERSMrs. Woo
12 June 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANIC.

CHANIC.

most extraordinary roan was blind from bis in- X fancy, yet fur Half Century he supported himself and his W'ife by his Town of Tandra> gee. County of Armagh. Watch-making, and frequently cleaned Clocfls made and repaired Musical I just before his last illness was employed in r€p
12 June 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ONE DAY’S SALE.

ONE DAY’S SALE.

Household Furniture, Piano-forte by dementi, an Inside Jaunting Car, witlt patent axles, a Set of Har- ness, a Rick of prime Hay, containing between four and five tons a quaiuhy of Timber, a variety of Cut Glass, Oriental Cliro, &c. Ite SOLD on MONDAY. June X 15th, ~ p V TI T F
12 June 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FURNISHED LODGINGS.

FURNISHED LODGINGS.

LET, within two miles . Soulh side, JL near the Sea, a Sitting-room one two Bed rooms, neatly Furnished, with a Servant. Those would found Lodgings, the house is delightfully situate, afid the small, consisting only two, and Children. Respectable references will be-given and ico
12 June 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SELECT POETRY. ** HOW SWIFT IS A GLANCE OF THE MIND!" *' When I think of onrn native land, a

SELECT POETRY. ** HOW SWIFT IS A GLANCE OF THE MIND!" *' When I think of onrn native land, a

moment 1 seem to there." That flotver, that flower! Oh ! pluck that flower for me ! There, in the running stream, Its silvery* clusters gleam : Oh ! give it me ! The same ! the very tame! I knew it well, Last seen so long ago. Oh, simple flower. That sight of thee should waken u
12 June 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 

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TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

BE LET, the Interest in th? Lease Sold, partly Furnished, or wisevfor such term may be agreed upon, A HOUSE, in BRA SSI L PLACE, South i'ircular seven Rooms, two Kitchens, with Stabling, &c. i bore is a Garden front and re»v. Apply at the Office of Saunders’s News-Letter for the
12 June 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO SOLD, with for held Lease for Ever, Tithe Free, containing 40 Irish Acres, Miles from Side, subject to 7s.

TO SOLD, with for held Lease for Ever, Tithe Free, containing 40 Irish Acres, Miles from Side, subject to 7s.

per A ere. ~Jr There are Nine Acres qMlVheaf, Two of Potatoes, Two of Barley, Tour of of Mangels, the remainder in Pasture and Meadow. There is a small Farmer’s House and Offices on the Land. Letters (post-paid), to be directed to I. D. W., at the Office of Saunders’s News-Lette
12 June 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
„ ™ . Ml |,-|«niimi Ifmifi Sir H. OaralL . . riuUia tmoM dM 4ulrKt> «*• 00* ~ n: tLTri**

„ ™ . Ml |,-|«niimi Ifmifi Sir H. OaralL . . riuUia tmoM dM 4ulrKt> «*• 00* ~ n: tLTri**

* SSTwddSrta Dublin. Sir tTStod W«», Coloorl W^- ton. B-;.. k. A rep«wtwl, t» .b. 9»h at w»».t.f»*. 14*^ SfhS®*- I ** •>»«•“*• MUbli *‘ , “‘* «tßatbconnac, ha.baeo whiA maieM froaTblSd-bridge, the 4U» iMt., am*edat Duncanttoo company DuoMOiioa Fort to-day, on ""If D bl111 * *!'
12 June 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CIRCUITS.

THE CIRCUITS.

On Wednesday the Judges assembled in Chamber, when the following arrangements were made for the summer assizes ™ Huml*. —Lord Chief Justice Bnshe; Lord Chief Justieo Doherty. ~ « . *» North- West —Hon. Baron Sir W. Smith, Bart.; Hon. Baron Fennefother. North-East —Hon. Mr Justic
12 June 1835 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
A NEW BALLAD BV T. MOORE, ESQ.

A NEW BALLAD BV T. MOORE, ESQ.

Her last words at parting bow can forget ? Deep treasured through life in my heart shall they stay; Like music, whose charm in the soul lingers yet, W hen it sounds from the ear have long melted away. Let fortune assail—her are vain ; These still breathing words shall talisman h
12 June 1835 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland