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PIER HEAD, DUBLIN

PIER HEAD, DUBLIN

EVENING TIDE— Sbptembkh !>. Abrived— lnnisfail Steamer, Cork. , Sah.eh —Breeze, Gibraltar; Two Sisters. London, Delight, Liverpool. MORNING TIDE— September 10. Abbived— Express Steamer, Bristol; City of Dublin ditto, Belfast; Britannia and Ballinasloe ditto, Liverpool, Einanual,
11 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND TADLeS+LK. PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE. Ijondon. Monday heating. The Princess Sophia Matilda is gone to Broadslairs, where The mutilated bill

FASHION AND TADLeS+LK. PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE. Ijondon. Monday heating. The Princess Sophia Matilda is gone to Broadslairs, where The mutilated bill

will, after all, accepted by the Com- a Highness intends passing the autumn, mons. This determination was formed at a meeting of tiie The Countess of Glengall arrived in Waterford on Sunday liberal members, held this morning Downing-nrect. It P, London. 7 Sir Richard Musgrave, B
09 September 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE AIiMY.

THE AIiMY.

We have great pleasure in publishing the following order, and adding, that the task of superintending the publication of the memoirs of the different regiments in the British army has been confided, with the express sanction of his Majesty, to Mr. Cannon, of the Adjutant-General
09 September 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
e raoroh in military sta^e ii n, l»y pi ivafe

e raoroh in military sta^e ii n, l»y pi ivafe

raoroh military n, l»y for t • r.-*, r.,000 nu?n, o oro ■cr 'i ljf» rapid K*t! «if a (Irt «c’ i.jf Car!i}- ti«, "fra r.* i oi after *a.f an f\. iVv'* - *, was considered proof that new levies were ressi'i-iW*. a. 1. .'.,0 four G.uof**h a for moV’Ui.er.t, utiic!) was tile ■ iitit
14 September 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
WHOLESALE Woollen and Manchester Warehouse, NO. 19, DONEGALL.STREET. JAMES YOUNG RESPECTFULLY informs his Friends, and the Trade In federal, in

WHOLESALE Woollen and Manchester Warehouse, NO. 19, DONEGALL.STREET. JAMES YOUNG RESPECTFULLY informs his Friends, and the Trade In federal, in

addition to bit present Stock, he ie new importing from England Urge and well selected aeeerlment of WOOLLEN end COTTON GOODS editable fur the present and ensuing seaeon. The above Goods will sold on reasonable terms for short payments. (326) Sept 10. 1835.
14 September 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SALE THIS DAY.

SALE THIS DAY.

Sugar Auction. Jfc W. MURPHY will SELLby AUCTION on , THURSDAY, the lOthWmUnt, «t TWELVE o'clock, / 80 Hhds. DEMEFARiLsUGAR. GEO. C. HYNDMAN, Broker. (iO, Waring* Street. 7th Sept.
10 September 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
kAi kC 8 IN ULST£K,

kAi kC 8 IN ULST£K,

IN ULST£K, (To AM COUNTY AamacH Moun'notrn, Monday, SepUmitr 1A— Mvkohill, Friday, 18. Porudowo, Saturday, 19. Catam.—BuitYnbmlcf, Svtdlißbir, Monday, Stfttmbtr 14. Kiagwoon, Saturday, 19. Down.—•LoucMricklHKl, Taaday, StptomMr 18. SumlW. Ttnroday, 17. Dtoskan, Friday, 18. Bonlra
10 September 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL No. 8, CORN-MARKET. WILLIAM GARRATT respectfully informs his Friends and the Public, he has determined to continue

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL No. 8, CORN-MARKET. WILLIAM GARRATT respectfully informs his Friends and the Public, he has determined to continue

his present ESTABLISHMENT, and has this day opened an entirely NEW STOCK of the various GOODS in his line, all of which have been carefully selected himself, of very prime quality, and. which he can, with confidence, recommend. J / . He has choice selection onthe followin'; stro
14 September 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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SPAIN THE ♦ "V' tliis - Ireland (from tub timi-’s paivATE couuespokubnce.) T).c ixnm;_i<TBoy. a! | liu .- unrc< and in] Santander, Avo. 21. —The war in the northern jiro*, e ,on 0, hl. was rife 'villi •fair eToectn- vinrc? Spiuh. has acquired new interest since the araU stistP"-
12 September 1835 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
OBANOB LODCF.S.

OBANOB LODCF.S.

HUME broiuht tip the report the select committee appointed to inquire into »hc state of Orange lodges in England ; and moving that the report be printed, stated that it recommended rhe attention of the house the orders issued by the right lion the Commander of the Force* the ult
12 September 1835 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland