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AHUKEnT.

AHUKEnT.

Rev. Sir, I beg to inform you that, on ncconnt of your threatening and opprobrious language from the alter against me fur sending my children to the Ardiert school, no lunger a member of the Church of Koine, I am snre that a church yonrs, that requires to he supported unchristian
30 September 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
G2'i>ta

G2'i>ta

Has announcing that purpo«e«prn f ss.onally THUfISI;.VV an*! rKIDAV n»*\t, the 1-taad ‘id of October, and may on ail rases r< to Dentistry, at bis apartments, nt 1 s. MADOX’S, Bagwrll-street. Improved Composition, Mmeral, and •l°B»criptiou Artifirtai fixed, from a single tootb t
30 September 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF WATERFORD.

COUNTY OF WATERFORD.

gST OF NOTICES of the Peace for Registry at the G>- Peace to held at St. PATRICK'S h day <f OCTOBER, Richard, Tramore, Publican, bouse and the Main-street of the Town of liarouy Middlelhird, Freeholder —yearly value, £lO. BAT. DELANDRE, Clerk Peace. BOROUGH OF DUNGARVAN. LIST OF
30 September 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAHKEIV

THE MAHKEIV

THE WATcnroRD, Skptrmber 30. Small supplies of coming to market from farmers yrstrrJrty, and prices without n. Wheat, millers* 18s; ditto shipping 16s ; o.tts shipping, to9s ditto (heavy) mealmen, 9s 3d ; ditto (old) for horses. to 0* 0J ; barley, shipping, 9s (id 0J; ditto, malt
30 September 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
DU B LIN C O KN- EXC ‘ 1A NG F— Yestf,rd vy.

DU B LIN C O KN- EXC ‘ 1A NG F— Yestf,rd vy.

DU B LIN O KN- 1A NG Yestf,rd vy. The supply of wheat at this day’s market was rather moderate, and atet a brisk sale at our quotations. Of oats, bere, and barley there was fair supply, and fully equal to the demand, without any alteration price. Kape, vetches, &c., are a dull sa
30 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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SPIRIT OF THE PRESS.

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS.

Orancki.w. —OriJ*rt from rk. pot Mi«*rtl| the. h«Tr hwi »n»J. »nd have f.ilwl; ,„i,i. .he Ho.«-Gu.r.l. ..too well k.H,wn to !»■ Or."«r Hire the requis.te wr.ght to .ny m.mfei.o. An .mi-Ownge order from the keod the .rmv »• exw» »t pre»enr, i. vmie.hing like an an»- Torv'dedara.i
30 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Original Poetry, [FOB THE CONSFRVATiVF ] defence of the muses. Muses —lovely Sitters nine— how, some, great folk, would comhint,

Original Poetry, [FOB THE CONSFRVATiVF ] defence of the muses. Muses —lovely Sitters nine— how, some, great folk, would comhint,

level your superior merit Transcoding far, what they inherit. hou crown upon thy glorious hill. Ami higher, titan the highest, stii! earthly grandeur that can rise, Could claim from ; oh, the highsst prize ; Quite beyond, ambition* aim. All their proud titles—place, or name, thi
30 September 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
B*q. Sub-Sheriff, hence "jT the Unde of Donoman, between Adare and M "'. thi. County, attended by a detachment of

B*q. Sub-Sheriff, hence "jT the Unde of Donoman, between Adare and M "'. thi. County, attended by a detachment of

the Crl ! an«uLr* and a party of Poliee, to le»y an ezeention .nit of the Rea. Edward Croker, of Croom. ,Mr Mathew Flaherty, wealthy farmer. The Sheriff nnpoaition eeUinf one cow rad 40 eheep, which ® l iiiffli droeo .off the farm, and broaghtinto town tame Ulll to be cold for t
30 September 1835 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMISSARY GENERAL’S OFFICE. . Dublin, September 19, M 35. Contracts for the year JMffffor / FORAGE in flAnnasj(*r OATS on

COMMISSARY GENERAL’S OFFICE. . Dublin, September 19, M 35. Contracts for the year JMffffor / FORAGE in flAnnasj(*r OATS on

STRAW forffiuACK Bedding. Proposals will be received by the Deputy Commissary General, until Twelve tf Clock on Monday, the 26th day of October next, for the supply of FORAGE to Horses of the Royal Artillery and Cavalry in Barracks in Ireland, for the year, commencing Ist of Jan
30 September 1835 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
turn of juitice

turn of juitice

I cannot conclude without expnuag ray rincera diuppoihtmeut, that I cau preient you with nothing but catalogue of, meaanrea defeated or poetponqd. The sole enactment of general interest which the British Parliament has conferred upon Ireland during the preaeotaeiaioa has beau—a
30 September 1835 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland