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THE NORTHERN WHIG.

THE NORTHERN WHIG.

million*. Crin nf •• Oh. oh." from thr. hr*- then ) I rnpent. Sir, will not miffrr it. The Home of Lords ha* done nothin? for Yon. >,ir * self, have shown your total Crif* of * Urner* | order.") I contend. lam in order, if the individual not named. (.Vo, an. nn.) Well, then, the
07 September 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
¥OW XE\V-\OUli,

¥OW XE\V-\OUli,

XE\V-\OUli, BY THE Briti*b A American comp%xY’s LINE OF PACKETS. The magnifieent fine 6r«t-clai« Ship, JDVH.K OF OjßfcJE.*A S Being the Packet Srptrwbrr, And will succeeded the very superior first Packet Ship, FEVERS, To SAIT. I6'A SEPTEMBER. ACKNO W DC. Eli.to First Ships the Li
07 September 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
frisi) jHarftns.

frisi) jHarftns.

frisi) Belfast' SATt'H day, Sf.pt. 5, Ift3s—Graiv The supply of Old Grain falls off in consequence of the harvest requiring every hand in the fields, whilst, forlhe same reason, but little New has, as yet, appeared at market. Fresh and prime parcels of Farmers’ Old Wheat are stil
07 September 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JUDICIAL PRIVY COUNCILLORS.

JUDICIAL PRIVY COUNCILLORS.

We are assured, in quarter entitled to our confidence, that there no intention of making theaddilion the list of Irish Privy Councillors alluded in our last. The reader bat seen that outs was a commentary on text supplied by the Morning Chronicle. We cannot think that the statem
07 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SAMUEL DRAPER, Sec

SAMUEL DRAPER, Sec

iVttf and improced Method of Warmiiu/ with Hot Water. Oid Park Iron Worrs. Wednesbury, near Birmingham. LLOYDS, FOSTERS, and flip Publie, that they are prepared to with Hot Water, upon a new and improved Hothouse., Vineries; Churche;, CbM^^geeiing-bouses; Manufaclorie,, Warehons
07 September 1835 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOYAt, ORANGE INSTITUTION.

LOYAt, ORANGE INSTITUTION.

A-p’rial Grand Lodge of this Loyal institution was held on Tu«sda>, pur»iunt i.» the published commands of his Royal the Duke of Cumberland, Grand Master of the F.m-pire, ice., at the mansion, Furtman-square, of the Bight •morable Lord Kenyon, Deputy Grand Master of England and
07 September 1835 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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07 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY OF IRELAND. NOTICE is hereby given, th»t the September Show of Fruits ami Flowery will be held on

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY OF IRELAND. NOTICE is hereby given, th»t the September Show of Fruits ami Flowery will be held on

Thursday, the 10th instant, at the Cavendishrow.) In addition to the |ii«e«4U6rth in the schedule, premiums will be given iijLjfch JRsof Dahlias, (Globe or Anemone excepted), and to best box of Seedlings. The exhibition will be open to-ffiAbers only, and such of th«r friends os
07 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO COACH, OR GIG AND JAUNTING CAR BUILDERS AND MAKERS, OR COHN OR FLOUR FACTORS, Or any Persons wanting commodious

TO COACH, OR GIG AND JAUNTING CAR BUILDERS AND MAKERS, OR COHN OR FLOUR FACTORS, Or any Persons wanting commodious

and extensive room in a capital situation. TO House and cxten&jiC Concerns, No. 26, X Dwelling-house With stantial and commodious, and to the rcre of it there are capacious Warehouses and other Buildings, with an abundant supply of water, to which there are carriageway entrances
07 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COAST GUARD.

COAST GUARD.

Liraunant Murray. R.N. addillanal olllcar th, Dublin haain, ebarga of tha aaochrrn alda uf the fia.r Liffay, and Lirol F.iatar the nolbrrn. Lieutenant J. R. Baker, R.N. of the ProfraMtr of architecture, hat bean appointed chief officer in thie aereiee. Station not yrt named. Lle
07 September 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland