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ARRIVALS OF GRAIN DURING THE WEEK.

ARRIVALS OF GRAIN DURING THE WEEK.

ARRIVALS OF GRAIN DURING THE WELK. WEIEAT-English, 7370; Foreign, 480; Scotch, O( Irish, 00 qrs.-BArt.EY-_English 432; Foreign, 0; Irish, J0; Scotch, 0000 qrs.-MALT-Elglisb, 4364; Scotch, 00; Irish, 000; Foreign, 000 qr-OATS, Eng ish, 841 ; Irish, 18,227; Scotch 160; Foreign, 5,5
04 September 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
liilsll ( Ilfßcn BILL,

liilsll ( Ilfßcn BILL,

the motion of Lord Melbourne, the House went into this Bill. Tbe clause respecting the revision compositions, so essential portion the Bill, was warmly supported Lord Melbourne, bu' after some discussion was lost a majority of IM. Thete being for the clause 35, against it 12<i.
04 September 1835 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW \ )t|i \ NGii.'vllvNTa.

LAW \ )t|i \ NGii.'vllvNTa.

LAW )t|i \ NGii.'vllvNTa. It Mr is bt* thi» Rr*m»*TMbmacer. M * Ins.jhiMU Court, rcM)ui Mr Uurrowe-'. theso nnv.uH:i'»:.fM!4 Ivro As-is- will vn.*:r:i, tlicrei4 a.j i eniion of G »I’.vay Tipixirary. If such a place there will aiio^;«• tileryir’re Assistant-Ua.:i*tcrjLips vacant.—
04 September 1835 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
HOLYHEAD MAIL.

HOLYHEAD MAIL.

A tftlVKl) I LONDON, SEPT THE FUNDS. Cm-, Twelve o’Clock. —Consols for Money 90Ig, and fur llic Account Omnium ii premium. Hai One. —Consol* for Account are { * , and Omnium "pm. Four o’Clock. —Consols for Account closed at U. Omnium, pm.
04 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REAL DISTRESS.

REAL DISTRESS.

A Most respectable Man, his Wife, and live Children, who were once in comfortable circumstances, but who from unforeseen occurrences, occasioned losses m trade, Ac., are now reduced to state of distress nearly uneupporlable, all their clothes, furniture, &c., gone for their supp
04 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
fresh Pickles, Teas, Wines, See.

fresh Pickles, Teas, Wines, See.

M. M. (eel aatisAed, that, on trial, they will afford that satisfaction to the parchaaera which it is and shall be his atu'iy to promote. The following h> a note of hit pretout prices i TEAS. Ordinary Congou Ten, 3a. 4d. 3a. 9d. ; flue do., 4s. } choice Breakfast Ten, 4s. 4d. ve
04 September 1835 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
it BBItFAST BBABCB 0» TH» British College of Health, "■ MOAB, KINO’a CBOBk, LONDON. tt* MOKJhON Mho to Monk lad

it BBItFAST BBABCB 0» TH» British College of Health, "■ MOAB, KINO’a CBOBk, LONDON. tt* MOKJhON Mho to Monk lad

euro For aU diteaaea they außatu And make Ike atraam ofUto ina pure > *na Moeiaaar. i^JssasaaS^agyaSg BMW. (kmkr lm>lMr Nmora, tketMrtuaM.nt «.l ‘y *J rit >,»»ra« |, ,r « «lfc « »>Uof the to tttc fotluwißg uUmti —nliß ~. Mnt|rt«n 1 CUU or SUOMI' AND VCAKLKT nVBR. Vi Mb. Mobmom ■
04 September 1835 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKETS—SEPT. 3.

BELFAST MARKETS—SEPT. 3.

BELFAST MARKETS-SEPT. 3. ewt o#I I lth I , - v LWL- uJ I S zw. tcatreaf... I Os. Od@d) 11 l New ditto... 12 6 - 0 WhA IV/ct 9 0 _ t Reddo ?? S 0- 8 ga#rtce ?? 7 0- 7 Gatr ?? 0I Flour st. 16 0 - O ?? 0-0 ?? 3d... i2 0-O ?? .. 8 0-la Bran ?? . 4 6- 0 Potatoes, .. 1 3 - I Firhin But
04 September 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE IVEWRY TELEGRAPH

THE IVEWRY TELEGRAPH

life, did not any means think it an improvement—(cheers from the Ministerial benches) —and if the proposition had been submitted the House of Commons, he could not have given it his support. (Renewed cheers.) It was not, in fact, in conformity with the spirit of the Bill. (Hear.
04 September 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
k BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD OF

k BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD OF

BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD OF ARMAGH, T/* CTra THE HOUSE is large and well finished, with COACH-HOUSE, STABLING, and every accommodation for family. There is a good ORCHARD and GARDEN, and about 23 Acres of Choice LAND. The LAWN contains Five Acres, round which upwa
04 September 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland