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WHOLESALE Woolien anti WAREHOUSE, 36, BRIDGE-STREET. JAMES WEIR returns his best thunks to those Friends who have given him their

WHOLESALE Woolien anti WAREHOUSE, 36, BRIDGE-STREET. JAMES WEIR returns his best thunks to those Friends who have given him their

support since his commencement in Business. He .Kegs to inform them, that has taken into PartnertdfW Mr. WILLIAM W. MILLER, and that the Business will, future, be carried on under the Firm of M
14 September 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCE, MANUFACTU RES, «tc.

COMMERCE, MANUFACTU RES, «tc.

Important Dealers Wines —By recent arrangement in the Excise Department, it has, we under, stand, been regulated, that the slocks of persons who deal in wince only, will not. hereafter, be subject to be visited by the Officers of the Excise, for the purpose of examine, tion. nor
14 September 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Quebec Timber* sc. tfc.

Quebec Timber* sc. tfc.

THE SUBSCRIBERS »re now Landing, in addition to their preaent Stock ofMIRAMICHI and QUEBEC TIMBER, the Cargo of the Thomas Gels'on. Captain Lowry, from QU-MIEC, consisting of,— 700 Ton* PINE, nfhirnr /rnryfn-' and of prime quality. And haTe received. Crown New Memel TIMBER, STAV
17 September 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIED,

MARRIED,

the Sd Inet., by the Re». John Meeutre. P.P.» KWtcubbin, Mr. Edward Hanna, to E(l*a, Ihlrd daughter Mr. Win. Bailie. of Ballywooden. County Down. M „ . On the 3d Inn., the Rer. Clark Houiton, Cullybaekey, Mr Hugh Neill, GillUtown, Grange, Eliaabeth, only daughter of Mr. Stewart
17 September 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Spain. —Advices fiom Madrid to the 26th «lt. represent that city as being extremely disturbed, and the authorities set at

Spain. —Advices fiom Madrid to the 26th «lt. represent that city as being extremely disturbed, and the authorities set at

defiance. The Government has not dared to act against any of the conspirators in the ridiculous affair of the Urbanos, anil General Qucsada, who is strongly suspected of having tolerated the movement, and who makes no secret of his con • tempt for the ** thief Torcno,” and the f
08 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE

NOTICE

All exc ended t and 2d Williai •ion of Public the 10th day day, the 12th daily from Ele until, and incl Office, where for arranging with their usn dences at the above-mentior ment then to I The Interes paid off, and 1832, will brought in to 1 Order Treasur Dublin Cast OR ASYLU A
08 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FAMILY IK (Rtl AND. We been exrltMifely Tore. with a glance at some of the proof sheets oT tbis

THE FAMILY IK (Rtl AND. We been exrltMifely Tore. with a glance at some of the proof sheets oT tbis

wo*, not by T Moons, which is present in the bin 4er*s bands. The public will shortly »*• favored with Its appearance; are which, however, we intend again giving extract. The following is one the pearls picked up B r e, the community of the Fudge* at *• *• iirund Matter, that in
01 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHARITABLE ACKNOWLEIKJMKOTS.

CHARITABLE ACKNOWLEIKJMKOTS.

The Committee the Mendicity Association acknowledge the receipt fifty pounds sterling from the proprietors tents Donnybrook. by the hands the Right lion, the Lord Mayor. The distressed family acknowledge having received from Henry Mso- Bing, E-q . I. Lower Shefrard-street, if.;
01 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNGAKVAN ELECTION,

DUNGAKVAN ELECTION,

The Romith journsli here premeturely announced the return, without oppoeition, of hie Majeety'e Popieh Attorney- General for the borough of Dungarvan. Our correapondent of that town writea under date of Thureday, aaying great excitement prevaila account of the approaching contea
19 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REV. MR. ROPER.

THE REV. MR. ROPER.

Most cordially we join in the expression of veneration and esteem which the parishioners of Aughnamullin have poured out before their inestimable Pastor, the Rev. Mr. Roper, whose loss will, fear, long felt his warmhearted and attached friends. Erratcm —ln paragraph accidental f
15 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland