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BELFAST ELECTION. A STATEMENT by Mr. THOMAS M'DONNELL, in the Belfast Commercial Chronicle of Saturday, has just reached me. In it be professes to detail, more fully than be did in Court, what passed at the interview between us, referred to in my previous advertisement. It is to
04 September 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
rpAirS EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, for SEPTEMBER, price ONE SHILLING, contains : —What’s the use of Them ?—The Fudges in England— Expoiure

rpAirS EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, for SEPTEMBER, price ONE SHILLING, contains : —What’s the use of Them ?—The Fudges in England— Expoiure

of the Orange Conspigi®— Advertising considered one of the Fine Arts— Writings of William Cobbett, No. ll.—TraditiouaryjOjallads, by Mary Ilowit; No. V—The Lady Magdtfqpy . Also, Poems Ehenczer Elliott, Louisa Anne Twanley, &c.—Western Wanderings, No. I. (Ireland) —West Country
03 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THK COUNTI

TO THK COUNTI

THK COUNTI IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF COMMONS—MONDAY, AUG. 31. Received yesterday, via Bristol, Express, from our Eondon Private Correspondent, The Speaker took the Chair at three o’clock. CORPORATION BILL. Mr. FRESHFIELD presented a petition fram Banbu y, prayn*? for the name
03 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
OF LORDS—FRIDAY, AUG. 28.

OF LORDS—FRIDAY, AUG. 28.

1.0r.l no quo?lion l>oforo tlie Hoiffe. __( [Jmr, hair. >—l mo\e the third reading of of the Sheriff s(lre'“The Duke of W ELLINGTON—I have one observation make. The noble lord ( Clontuny) silted that the decision on the-constahuiary force Ireland Hill, has been influenced party
01 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW ESTABLISHMENT

NEW ESTABLISHMENT

FOR THE SALE OF BOOKS, PRINTS, T STATIONARY, &c., PRINCKS-STREET, near patrick-street. The PROPRIETOR begs to inform the Inhabitants of Cork and its Vicinity, that he jud reccived direct from London, large assortment of BOOKS amongst, which will found an Elegant Selection of Ann
05 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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etc Barilla, Beetle, 4>e THE SUBSCRIBER if BOW Landing, from bond lh« Cora, bom AUeuta wd Tofrrrttja, Rain BA SILL

etc Barilla, Beetle, 4>e THE SUBSCRIBER if BOW Landing, from bond lh« Cora, bom AUeuta wd Tofrrrttja, Rain BA SILL

A ; Wi»h on* the Urgert «ad beet AmMimm of Goods eerr offered for 8»le hy him, eonoMm* Wijim, bnbits. Teas, »sd Kefincd), Bic., &c, I'obacco, And Candles, his own minuLcture. with s large quantity Flood, Dersmore Mills superior mssufortuie. will be Sold Chesp, for Ready Money, a
02 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
13 NOW LANDING A CARGO OF

13 NOW LANDING A CARGO OF

P ALSO, 200 Dozen of iz-hole KILN TILES ; 30 Dozen of BAKERS OVEN TILI FROM BRIDGEWATER, • f Superior Quality, which will he Sold on Terms. Newry, .3-1 September, 183.5. Y A O AT THE COMMERCIAL CdFFEE-H33M, RIDA Y, the \t/i day of Sept., 18;)5 previously disposed of Private' Con
04 September 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
QUEBEC TIMBER. pilE Subscribers are Landing, ex the William M- Fell James Farrrm, from QUEBEC, 300 Tons Best Yellow PINE

QUEBEC TIMBER. pilE Subscribers are Landing, ex the William M- Fell James Farrrm, from QUEBEC, 300 Tons Best Yellow PINE

TIMBER ; 10 Tons ASH Bo.; /■ / 1200 Pieces DEALS, 12x9x3; /- 2800 Pieces Pipe STA VES, 2J- and 3 inches thick ; 800 Pieces Barrel Do. ; which they will di-ipose on reasonable terms, at their Stores, Custom*house Quat. JOHN & HUGH BOYD. Newry, sth August, 1835. 510 HUGH DALZELE I
04 September 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SHANNON NAVIGATION BILL.

SHANNON NAVIGATION BILL.

Mr. BARING moved the second reading of this Bill. Mr. POTTER opposed the Bill on the ground of the expense. Mr. HUME objected to giving grants of this nature for the improvement of the navigation of the Shannon, and contended that the landed proprietors were the persons who ough
04 September 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY DOWN. Fully Furnished, hy the year, with immediate Possession, or from the \st November, yl WOODISAAK, Situate near the

COUNTY DOWN. Fully Furnished, hy the year, with immediate Possession, or from the \st November, yl WOODISAAK, Situate near the

Town GILFORD, in the Valley of MOYALLAN. |MIE House and Offices are commodious, and stands 30 Acres. Irish Measure, with Garden, Orchard. Planting down the River Bmn. Part the Firm has been well Manured, am) the Tenant can have the Fanning Implements Valuation. A mutual clause o
04 September 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland