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Life Department*

Life Department*

Two-thirds the Profits are returned the Assured without any for chary" of Ma*uyrme*t Await* tires can at retlucetl rales. wUlumt imifit*. PUOSPf'CTUS may had from the undersigned Agent the lncuri>onition: MELLING GLENNY, Offirt 16, Mall, Kaery, Sir Robert Alex- Fergnsoa. Bart. M
30 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Sporting and Blasting Gnnpowder. (Of the above cvlttbrctfd Manufuciuie.)

Sporting and Blasting Gnnpowder. (Of the above cvlttbrctfd Manufuciuie.)

which «itl> PATENT SHOT. DETONATING CAPS, FLINTS.'&c., fur Sale Almlirate Term*, at bis WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocery and Tea arshouae. IS, Sugar-Island. • • Gentlemen Sportsmen tnsjr rely on the slock of GUNPOWDER being equ.il to any in the UinleO Kingtioni for Slrruglk and FrcJ
30 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
EMBAtKED AT WOOLWICH.

EMBAtKED AT WOOLWICH.

Prisoner* ... ... ... ••• Soldier*. 29; officer*, 3 ... ••• ••• “• Crew, officer* included ... ••• Women 8; children, 14 ... ••• ••• Born the voyage ... * Total embarked ... . ••• Died at tea. woman, 3 cWdam, •■d •• pnaoß* * *® Total wrecked aatraa raoM »Ha waaca. All the guard
30 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ISAAC WILL. GLENNY & SONS^j ark now landing ,f Cargo Cork-tree Bark, the Mnri/s, Chester, Master from Leghorn ; which,

ISAAC WILL. GLENNY & SONS^j ark now landing ,f Cargo Cork-tree Bark, the Mnri/s, Chester, Master from Leghorn ; which,

with t Bark €tnd W*alonia, ilu-v .iff.T for Sail- on MiHlirai* Ti-rm«. '1 hrv are fonstanlly , Pimli...! VIII h I'.e-h ami IiKAN ai lt\ Irotn their Mills A KEN I*ol N 1.
30 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

The nobility and gentry of the North of Ireland hare tanght the certain at Cork and other placet, what true dignity consuta in. They hate not allowed political differences to swamp their good manners ; but bate etery where receited the Lord Lieutenant with that courtesy which do
30 September 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
CIVIC OFFICERS.

CIVIC OFFICERS.

Yesterday being Michaelmas-day, the usual day for appointing the corporation officers, the following gentlemen were sworn in : —Alderman Alexander Maun Alcock, Mayor; Alderman Thomas M’Cheane, President of the Court of Conscience ; Benjamin Morris Wall, Esq., and Charles Newport
30 September 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
HALLEY’S COMET,

HALLEY’S COMET,

By the following notice, which we [lAmerick Star) hare just received from a gentleman, resident in the county Limerick, our readeis in the South will perceive that the comet is now visible with the naked eye : The comet is now capable of being seen by the naked eye, but is barel
30 September 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
fill. But that feeling was mixed with bitter regret at Imving kept large multitude in waiting to »o l»te honr.

fill. But that feeling was mixed with bitter regret at Imving kept large multitude in waiting to »o l»te honr.

lie h»J risen early enoujli in the morn: ing; lie bail lookeil at tbs iin|ian(| knew precisely the distance ; be was sure bow many hours bs would be upon the road, and arranged so as here in ample time. But he bail forgot one rbing in his calculationshe saw on the map the dial n
30 September 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Dinar address to his excellency.

Dinar address to his excellency.

At a numerous and highly influential meeting of the citizens of Dcry, the following address to hit Excellency the Earl of Mulgrave was adopted : To his Excellency the Earl of Mulgrare, Ueiltcnant-Ge- neraltmd General Goetrnur of Ireland May it your —ln this meeting asseinliitil
30 September 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
f—!!:» tuii nuion, ii oi thc.r mml ,>ftriHli in In land in which Roman f'alhoiic t hand not erect-d, in

f—!!:» tuii nuion, ii oi thc.r mml ,>ftriHli in In land in which Roman f'alhoiic t hand not erect-d, in

irlucb the priest mar rot denounce the established church es .» nuisance, and Jis pasters greeny woires. here then is analogy between the cases Your ancestors were tranquil when they were pencilled to enjoy their rights peace ; but Ireland true only tranquil a grinding despotism
30 September 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland