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unbounded liberality with which they support their religious ordinances. I believe that they,also,might learn many important lessons from us. I

unbounded liberality with which they support their religious ordinances. I believe that they,also,might learn many important lessons from us. I

should rejoice hear some such conversations as this between Homan holies and Protestants. I should like to hear simple-minded, hnmhle Roman Catholic say, without taunting sarcasm, bur the way of affectionate remonstrance, equally simpleminded and humble Presbyterian.—Why. you Pr
09 July 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GEO. C. HYNDMAN. Choker.

GEO. C. HYNDMAN. Choker.

WI3¥ES |' , SUBSCRIBER will SELL AUCTION, I on MONDAY. I.'lrh in«t„ at TWELVE oVlork. at hi. BONDED STORES, CORPORATIONSTREET, 10 Pipes WHITE 10 Hhflfi. Do.. | r-«.« Quarter Casks Do.. 1 Llanos HMs. MADEIRA. { Ltsiios, 112 Casks Do.. I P" ‘he 3 Octaves Do., J Pipes Excellent /ki
09 July 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ComsponDEnre.

ComsponDEnre.

GENERAL SYNOD OF ULSTER. AND CARLOW CONGREGATION. TO THE EDITOK OF THE NORTHERN WHIG. Sm, At the very moment when Imidable efforts are making to rectify the abases of the Tdhe Churcli, it no less necessary to correct the impositions of the Hrgium Donum one. By your paper of yeste
09 July 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
dforrfgn jMarßcns.

dforrfgn jMarßcns.

Damsto. Thursday, July 2—Oursupplies of Wheat are •mall, and our marktl dull, as scarcely any butioeM tt doing. The prices of are follow Good and fine bigh mixed. of the growth of IB3t, 29s to Sis. Good and fine mixed, 20j to 275. Good and fine old high-mixed, 2tis to 275. Good a
20 July 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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20 July 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GLANMIRE SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. THE Misses, and Madame C. T. LEftBUURE, beg to announce that Vacation will end at

GLANMIRE SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. THE Misses, and Madame C. T. LEftBUURE, beg to announce that Vacation will end at

their CLASS, No. 33, Patrick-sfreet, which comprises every Branch of useful and Ornamental Education, on Menday, 20th inst. Private Lessons in WAX FLOWERS, given at their Establishment. July 21. MILLER AND MILLWRIGHTS ANTED, MILLER & MILLWM^Vk ▼ Anply to F&ancis O’Keeffe, St. Do
23 July 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF CORK NOTICE TO JURORS.

COUNTY OF CORK NOTICE TO JURORS.

THE SHERIFF of the COUNTY of CORK reqilests that the GENTLEMEN of the GRAND JURYWiII be punctual in their attendance at the KING’S OLD CASTLE, Cork, on THURSDAY, the 30th ihstant, . at Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, at which Hour the going g Judges of Assize will open his Majest
23 July 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK MARKETS. TUESDAY JULY 28.

CORK MARKETS. TUESDAY JULY 28.

KTRAW...Farmers, 40s to Ms Od Ton.; Retailors, do. ; Average, 47s do. POTATOES—(id. to 84. |>er. weighs. BARK...English Oak Bark, £9 IBs to £los 10s Ton.; I.ezhorn Cork Tree, £9 'to £9 15s do.; Spanish do., £lolos £ll per do. WHlSKEY.—lmperial Gallon —€s per gallon. HlDES...Mark
28 July 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ter for Great Yarmouth. A The House theft divided, when there appeared For the motion 1 ns MV,;ir t .7a.

ter for Great Yarmouth. A The House theft divided, when there appeared For the motion 1 ns MV,;ir t .7a.

Majority against the motion, and m fa'or of Mi • MCSICIPAL CORPORATION REFORM BIU.. °r e the clause was postponed, in erdor The House having resumed, Mr. I-YNCH move . reading of the Roman Catholic Marriage Bill. Mr. JACKSON said he should oppose it. restrictions Lord MORPETH sa
04 July 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

The public are already aware that bis Excellency is expected here on Saturday next. A requisition, with numerous and re* spectable signatures, was presented to the Mayor Thursday deputation, comprizing Francis Bernard Beamish, Joseph Hates, William Fagan, James Daly and Daniel M
25 July 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland