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THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

ALjor-Geoeral Sir Thomas Arbutboot, K.C.8., has arrived Killaroey. The bead-tjuaiter division of the IHth (or Royal Irish) Regiment, under the command of Colonel Burrell, arrived at Birr on the instant, from Limerick. Orders have been received the and fe9tb Regiments now in this
29 August 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
suggestion of Lord Lyndhurst, the order of the day was deferred, and a message sent the Commons for copy the

suggestion of Lord Lyndhurst, the order of the day was deferred, and a message sent the Commons for copy the

Report of the Committee on’which was founded. The Weights and Measures’ Bill was referred Select Committee. The Exchequer Hills’ Hill was read second time, as were the Arrestment of Wages’(Scotland) Bill, and the Excise Incorporation (Scotland) Bill. The English Corporation Bill
31 August 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEW AND POWERFUL STEAM-VESSEL,

THE NEW AND POWERFUL STEAM-VESSEL,

C JL JK « *-R I K, WJW.Y, leavp PORT RUSH, for LIVERPOOL, with GOODS and FASSJLNGE K3. On TUESDAY Morning Ist Sept , AT TEN CLOlflkA/l. This Vessel will confiniie ererv wecfc, between the Ports of PORTRUSII. 1< I. A r MOAM, Ayettls at Co'eraine nn-t FurlruJi; J. >%. iV U. FORWHI
31 August 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
lied Wheat.

lied Wheat.

I i‘fir 1841 lass «. rf. r. rf. 1 i. 4, t. d. I o_|| 7 3 I* 7 8 0 (I—II 7 6: (1 ll 7 (1 i 4 7 6 9 7 0— I Butler. FroTlsioo*. d. t. d o—ll f, •- ft— •» 5 V— - G—ll o—l2 f. Bacon. Dried Ham*. t. d t. d- * t. d. t. d. $. £ t. d. t. 1831 ■ 87 0— 88 4« 6—48 0 ,50 O—so 0 o—sB 1832 74
31 August 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VOL. VIL

VOL. VIL

31 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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HOUSE OF LORDS—Saturdav. Earl Shaftesbury took his seat on the Woolsack at o’clock. The only peers present were Earl Shaftesbury,

HOUSE OF LORDS—Saturdav. Earl Shaftesbury took his seat on the Woolsack at o’clock. The only peers present were Earl Shaftesbury,

Earl Earl Farnham, and the Bishop of Bristol. The Gl.iss Duties’ Bill went throught comraittee. The Capital Punishments’ Bill was read a second ti ordered to be committed on Monday. A message from the Commons brought up the Slave 1 (Sardinia) Bill, the Slave Trade (Denmark) Bill
31 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPANISH EXPEDITION.

SPANISH EXPEDITION.

A letter was received in Dublin on Saturday, from Major Talbot, commandant of the 9ih Spanish Regiment, announcing the safe arrival of that gallant officer and the troop* under his command at Santander. He speak* in the highest terms of the conduct of the men during the voyage,
31 August 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD OR LET.

TO BE SOLD OR LET.

TO b« SOLD, the DWELLING-HOUSE, BLEACH.MILLS, and 169 Acres of tbo LANDS MONEYCARRIE, with sufficient Turbary, and abundant supply Water In tbe driest season, sitoaia within 6 miles Colksaikk. If noil Sold, they will be LET from tbe Ist of November next, for ouch term of years m
29 August 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.

VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.

PUBLIC AUCTION, at the COMMERCIAL NhWS-ROOM. in the Town Belfast, on FRIDA Y the 1 Uh September next, at the hour of TWO o'clock in the afternoon. ALL that FARM of LAND, bein? part of th« Townlauds INVER and CARNDUFF, in the County of Antrim, containing, by a recent survey, 166
29 August 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PORTRUSH

PORTRUSH

Steam B^t'ompany. Th« md Po^rful^^m- Vessel COLERAINE, JOHN MACARTHUU, Commander, WILL leave for LIVERPOOL, on TUESDAY Morning next, the Ist September, with Goods and Passengers. This Vessel will continue to ply regularly, Week, between the Porte of LIVERPOOL and . THOS. BLACK
29 August 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland