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BE SOLD, A DOG CART and SINGLE HARNESS, PRICE of the farmer Nine Pounds, of the latter Three Pounds. Apply

BE SOLD, A DOG CART and SINGLE HARNESS, PRICE of the farmer Nine Pounds, of the latter Three Pounds. Apply

at the Stables at Fair-street Barracks. Drogheda, September 12, 1835. ✓
12 September 1835 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
OW Landing ex WILLIAM HILL, B. BEfUULL, Master, from Leghorn direct, Cork Tree IJhrk. Vf-louia. Flure.,ce Oil. A,ic/iovi' , s.

OW Landing ex WILLIAM HILL, B. BEfUULL, Master, from Leghorn direct, Cork Tree IJhrk. Vf-louia. Flure.,ce Oil. A,ic/iovi' , s.

Pasta, Parmesan, and Marble -Tables mid Figures. THE BRIG SISTERS, A. L, COPPERED, Lately from Leghorn to Di/blin will sail the latter Port few clays for‘cGihraCtah and CaOiz, taking Goods and Passengers. Reference to HEni, Seijtemhero, 1836. HENRY SMITH. Custom House Quay.
12 September 1835 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
TO ANDREW ENNIRr~QLERK OP THE CORN. WE, the Bik«* and Count; Dublin, request In call a Meeting of ibe Trade,

TO ANDREW ENNIRr~QLERK OP THE CORN. WE, the Bik«* and Count; Dublin, request In call a Meeting of ibe Trade,

an ear!; da;, to taka into conaideraiion the Bread Act, now in tb« Upper I louse of Parliament Thomas Coyne, Thomaa Moonejr, Michael Connoll;, Patrick Boland, James Pits hams, Andrew Jackson, Jama Brennan, William Asbe, Patrick Larkin, Patrick Rickard. Thomas Dignam, Nicholas Ke
02 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY—TO BE LET.

CHANCERY—TO BE LET.

Laurence Malone,! I)URSUANT to my Report bearing Plaintiff. j X dale the 13lb da|<of May last, made James Nolan, under the 185 th Order, I will Defendant. jon the Ist day of Oc- J tober neat, One o’Clock in the Afternoon said day, at mrCbatnber* on the Innsquay, in the city of D
11 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REV. J. B. M't'REA.

THE REV. J. B. M't'REA.

College-street —This gentleman, whose face has become familiar, of late, in the Dublin Police-offices, attended yesterday to swear informations against a man named Gavin, who was arrested the previous day for selling pamphlet in the streets, which Mr. M'C'rea alleges contains li
11 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

C«ry« f ort Avenue, Sargcoa Curry Loughlia. Heiubnikr-iilncv, Tbonuu Striker, Teieei, wifrol Laurenec Koike, aif KeiUtown House. At Mauntfellier-peraie, Jure, linuguber uf the Utc Tkomu Read, Exj., of Dorvel-Hiert, Little Chebea, the Kcv. William June* Armstrong, formerly Rrctur
11 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
, .4 was ft eoMoUtion for their tpeechei expretung regret «t doing «o (hew). The the emu could get. it

, .4 was ft eoMoUtion for their tpeechei expretung regret «t doing «o (hew). The the emu could get. it

WOUD d up hon. and learned member for Dublin had »aid that a collision having done » httle du gth mvitun , the had already begun. Now, it was not in the nature of thing* on almost 'he '«« . . * tlon one of its that two co-existe. bodies, having co-equal powers, could tendency id
11 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE OF BREAD.

PRICE OF BREAD.

Quartern Loaf ... 7d. | Half Quartern,... Styd. LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE— Wednesday. The market continues very dull in every article of gram, and the wheat trade remains as on Monday. Barley meets inquiry, and the quotation is nominal. Very little it doin|(ia oats, which are quoted
19 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN ELECTION COMMISSION.

DUBLIN ELECTION COMMISSION.

have looked to ihe Mail in vain for a touch of its [ gerdumam in the case of Mr. West. It has not attempted to extricate the learned would-be member for Dublin from the mud in which it so kindly soused him—for his owe advantage! But what signifies it that the Dublin Dilly should
29 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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12 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland