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DAILY EXPECTED,

DAILY EXPECTED,

A Cargo of Red and Yellow Fine, Oak, Elm, . and a quantity of Plank, Vefilistlinrpe, direct from Quebec, which will be Sold by Auctioir on arrival. SCHOALES & M'CLINTOCK, Waterloo-place. 31st August, 1835. ON SALK, 80 Tons best Chepstow Oak Bark, 250 Salted Hides, heavy weight.
08 September 1835 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
in proportion to the Sunu affixed to our names re spectively, for the Prosecuting to conviction of the person or persons guilty of this Daring Outrage ; or fifty Pnitnds,

in proportion to the Sunu affixed to our names re spectively, for the Prosecuting to conviction of the person or persons guilty of this Daring Outrage ; or fifty Pnitnds,

for such Private Inj eovery of the same. £. s. d. 50 0 0 Sir J Strong*. B>rt 0 0 Col Verorr. M 0 0 Re» Sil»«r OUtmt 0 0 Rer Hrnrjr St««r»r» 20 0 0 Re* H Griffin 10 0 Rcr M C Him* 10 0 0 Re* C W Lyne 10 0 Rrr C S Mangaa 10 0 0 Re» E Ogle Di«ney 10 0 0 R»r C 3 3 0 Rc* JC M CauiUnd
08 September 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Terms—Cash.

Terms—Cash.

September 5, 1835. FLAX MARKET. THE Public are hereby informed, that tne Old- Mtfthlishfd FLAX MARKET will recommence in MARKETHILL. on FRIDAY the 18th of instant, and to continue every succeeding Friday during the season. The central situation of Mirkethill, being on the great
08 September 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH

THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH

obvious, or more generally acknowledged, than during the present—we should say the late —Session. Well the Lords deserve, for the able manner in which they have fulfilled their duties and vindicated their rights, their distinguishing appellation—as, •• llravr Pwr* of Knj;luncl —
11 September 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE SUBSCRIBER

THE SUBSCRIBER

HAS RECEIVED, AND IS NOW LANDING, Per the Fmernld vi* Duki in, 4 Hogsheads PALE BRANDY; 5 Do. CLARET (first growth) ; Tierces VINEGAR; And, p.-r the WiVinm. from Lovnotr, Hogsheads and 10 Quarter-Casks rich, highflavored SII ERR YS ; the George and Jane, from Oi.ascow. 7 Hogshea
11 September 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.

SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.

SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. A Full-iized Met»l Billiard Table Elevating Screws, made bv Aldritt, two Chamber Organs, large sire, with Four Barrels each, two Piano-fortes with additional Keys, a Circular SuuiTO* Clock, an Eigbt-day ditto, three Large Luslrei/wMli Gas Fittings, a set
08 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROCHESTOWN AVENUE,

ROCHESTOWN AVENUE,

(Adjoining Counsellor Disney’s). MEYERVILLE to LET, for any lenn years, with from eight to nine liisb Acres. 'Abe House consists of two Parlours, Drawing-room, with live Bedrooms, and every accommodation for Servants, excellent Garden, Coach-bouse and for six Horses; the entire
08 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MOJNfcV.

MOJNfcV.

. . . Loan Sum of SjXJ^jfc.» 5,10,1 , >o l, of J. time, the most Apply Mr. Wright, Selicitj/7, Digges-slreet, Dubini if letter post-paid. - thanks. IFT Y thanks will be given at Lady Gentleman who will procure tor a Gentleman ready for Ordination. Thej/ctest honor may lie re-11
10 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ASSOCIATION meeting. toadf GjfsWRA 1. SCIENCE, No. !>,

ASSOCIATION meeting. toadf GjfsWRA 1. SCIENCE, No. !>,

ASSOCIATION meeting. GjfsWRA 1. SCIENCE, No. !>, BRITISH THE RECORD. ONTAINS llcporl of the Proceedings of the Physical, Geological and Chemical Sections. Printed for JOHN TAYLOK, Bookseller, and 1 the University London, Upper Gower-streel, and sold hy WILLI AM CURRY, Jut*, and C
14 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS DAY, POSITIVELY THE LAST.

THIS DAY, POSITIVELY THE LAST.

1,500 FRENCH SHAWLS Still remaining unsold, all of the most splendid Description, which iqpst SOLD by AUCTION, without the least reserve, £tock of French Jewellery, Ladies’ Work Writing Desks, and Fancy Goods of every description, real German Cologne, &e. AT3O. LOWER SACKVILLE-S
12 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland