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LIMERICK MARKETS—Jtiv Best Wheat, shipping, Sid. to tod. per st Millers' samples, Hid to os. ISJd.; White Os. 10id to

LIMERICK MARKETS—Jtiv Best Wheat, shipping, Sid. to tod. per st Millers' samples, Hid to os. ISJd.; White Os. 10id to

Os lid.; Millers' Os. 12id. tols. lid.; Oats, lid to Os per stone, and brokerage ; Barley, IOJd —d per stone, and brokerage ; Oatmeal, 13s. 6d. to —s. Od. per cwt.; Potatoes, Jd (o 31d, per stone ; Mutton, 4id. to id. perib. ; Whiskey at Distillery, 4s. 8d per. Irish gallon—C or
30 July 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
MONAGHAN ASSIZES.—Ji ly 2-2

MONAGHAN ASSIZES.—Ji ly 2-2

MONAGHAN ASSIZES.—Ji 2-2 Judge .Moore presided in the Crown Court.— Six pei ton* were tried and acquitted on a charge of having wilfully mnidered Francis DnlTy on the 7th of 1 ebruary last. Thedealh was caused drunken squabble between two factions, b. Homan Catholics. James Gill
30 July 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
H!>’ ’l. O.' MONS—Ji i.v 23 ( «lin of Adopted towards Ire-

H!>’ ’l. O.' MONS—Ji i.v 23 ( «lin of Adopted towards Ire-

’l. O.' MONS—Ji i.v 23 «lin of Adopted towards Ire- * i CIIU hill—(tiiiro'm.n \tk.) Lord '.Hiini bsTing su.-csadoj in imliirin* Mr. and othais lo postpon* tlisir nonioitfd the order thadar for roiimir™ r.n debit* the Irish clmreli bili. Agreed i lie order h:i> ing b«*n r» id. Air
30 July 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
ALGIERS

ALGIERS

The foliorisg is General Tuzel's account his defeat Algisrt : On the 28th, at dawn, left the Sigeamp, and look the road Anew, the Mnct*. The direct road, two or three leagues shorter, presented some obstruction to Our vehicles.- - marched over an open plain, and in perfect order
30 July 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
DREADFUL AFFRAY

DREADFUL AFFRAY

The Roman Catbolio burial place, Glassnevin near Dublin, was (ha bnltlo-gro'ind where this rencontre look place. The Irish Papists sra Paganly tnpsrstilions ; and their habits, manners, end customs, differ from tho rest of mankind. vary barbsrons custom, prevailing very generall
30 July 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 

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TUEsruv—Titinn d.av

The course day was well attended. There was but one match. Handicap Slakes of o tors., 30 added. Mils and half heats. The following started : Mr. norrv’s Haphazard, !>st. 4lb. Mr. St. (ienrjes Hc.rctiones, 9st 2lb. Mr. Finncane's Giraffe, 7st. Mr. Studderl's chesnut filly, 6st.
30 July 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
Abo 1 riON .^i.avKky--Nr.o iiolicc to Tr»«»iirr to tlin Miair.ir . loan for th» Weal India ('ompenration «.u recairad at

Abo 1 riON .^i.avKky--Nr.o iiolicc to Tr»«»iirr to tlin Miair.ir . loan for th» Weal India ('ompenration «.u recairad at

tht Bank of England 0.1 Satuulay, Mating that Werinpadar. at c.even clock, Lord Melboarn* and Mr. S. .iico. would be ready to aea ,„ gentlemaD may ).« daa.rous of contracting for new loan, under tlio proviaiona of the act for ll.e aholuion alarary.” The hali.f i,. h.i lh , block
30 July 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
L'Nf'IiECEUCN KF.lJli: IK • 1a I'HI. I’Hi'l'.S 11-AS, 'VINES, /SPIClia, HICKI.IS, SAI C S, TIM Ell AM) DEALS, THE OLD

L'Nf'IiECEUCN KF.lJli: IK • 1a I'HI. I’Hi'l'.S 11-AS, 'VINES, /SPIClia, HICKI.IS, SAI C S, TIM Ell AM) DEALS, THE OLD

» WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GENUINE GROCERY, TEA. WINE. SPIRIT, SPICE, CHEESE AND SAUCE WAREHOUSE, JAIL-STREET, ENNIS, PETER GIBSON, Proprietor, RF.Tt’UNS l.ii grtileful to liij Irienja and the public f»; the decided prefeninec giicti Ini I'.u.i-bliihmrnt lor period nine years, and b
30 July 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

H*d w« the pleasure of knowing the Author of the !»«» ■i-rned Friend,” we could point out the propriety of not wishing them pujblisbed present—therefore, he»e declined giving them insertion until wehearfiom the author, if he or £e may think proper to communicate with. ue. had so
29 July 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Extensive Sale by Auction* AT THE PAItACB* SoM by Auction* TUESDAY, the Ith of AUGUST next, at the Palace of

Extensive Sale by Auction* AT THE PAItACB* SoM by Auction* TUESDAY, the Ith of AUGUST next, at the Palace of

Ferns, the entire HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Stock, Crop, Farming Ltensils, Sfc. of the late Lord Bishop Ferns. Furniture which is nearly new and in high preser- Ji vatioo, couaists of Breaktaf. Sola. Work Ureaaing. I‘ier aad Sideboard fables; a f^'ano-forte, by Broadwood; Barlour, Ur
29 July 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland