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HOLYHEAD MAIL.

HOLYHEAD MAIL.

A<iatv*i> I LONDON, SEPT. 7. THE FUNDS. City, Twelve o’Clock.-— Little business is doing in the Consol Market this morning, and the quotations for the Account is the price for money is Omnium is OC, pm. Exchequer liilis arc 1 above the extreme depression Saturday, the premium be
10 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
when the emperor, accompanied by only two mdc-docamps, put himself at their head, and led sereral attacks. Yesterday there -as

when the emperor, accompanied by only two mdc-docamps, put himself at their head, and led sereral attacks. Yesterday there -as

grand parade of the whole corps of General Rudiger, and of the cavalry of the guard. The emperor, in whose brilliant and numerous suite were the Duke of Nassau, and Prince Frederick of the Netherlands, having ro'cle the five lines, amidst the continued acclamations tllhtroops, h
10 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS. yoAhtr' .’oaFpi*

WANTS. yoAhtr' .’oaFpi*

WANTS. All Letters to'll: of Paper WANTED itely, for establishment in tlic country, capable of liitinj; instruction in Music only; one belonging to the Church England would preferred. Apply at Mrs. Byrne’s, Confectioner, Dame-street. 'WT ANTED in respectable family, about miles V
10 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I.ipnft’nnnt Prownrig", to be adjutant, rire

I.ipnft’nnnt Prownrig", to be adjutant, rire

Prownrig", to adjutant, Don'-lly, pro-noted a|>t, Power, to ?-!n;or, r, w!io ; l.i-' tii- Onslow, IjeConbv vite Power; Hanford 10 be l.ie uev.iut by vot k, < *e il , to i* -it'i—St4;ff-As.-S :se, ire >uslow ; .1. (j t- by i , vi«;el! elft-r to A* -St: r Ma;cr Brennan, from the r,
10 September 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
DKATIIS.

DKATIIS.

At county Limerick, the lion. Massy. s«t i of the late and brother of the present 'lossy. ib.’.lyr.oe, tbs scot of her brolber-in-la’v, Cox, Fstj., Mrs. of tl.e b*te (‘o'.. Onr.viy u kslradeeu, o‘'.‘*ty tmerick, iawly poiieijed of many estimable qua- Ilies. In Man*, Mr. T. Scnnl
10 September 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
She CcnslitMtwm.

She CcnslitMtwm.

She GRAND'ATLANTIC RAILROAD. 'from tub ballina impartial ) There wasp numerous and respectable meeUng; of the Gentry and Landholders, at tho Court House, Rallina. to take into consideration, tho best methods to forward that great National uns dertaking. the Grand Atlantic Railroa
10 September 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
XHE R.BV. XA.3ZSS OW7SS..

XHE R.BV. XA.3ZSS OW7SS..

R.BV. XA.3ZSS OW7SS.. It wa= be seen report the Westport Petty Sessions in onr last, that the retiring Parish Priest, the Rev. James Dwyer, of Clare Island notoriety, and who for some time past, has pro.- cured for himself unenviable lame his late moral and highly instructive cor
10 September 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THte rnXs rtTtrnoN’: OH, I'OlUv ADVK^TIHEiU

THte rnXs rtTtrnoN’: OH, I'OlUv ADVK^TIHEiU

OH, ADVK^TIHEiU “loyal orange institution. (FROM THE MORNING POST.) A spocinl (jrand of thi» loy»l institution ««>W imrstmnt to the publisheii commamli of his Royal Hiehm-ss the Duke of Cumberland, master ot the empire, Jkc., at the mansion, in Portman-fipmre, of the Hon. l.ord K
10 September 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR THE TEETH AND GUMS.

FOR THE TEETH AND GUMS.

THE FIRST TOOTH POWDER extant, both cleanliness using, and effectually realizing BEAUTIFUL TKETH. is ROWLAND S ODONTO.orPE/fla DENTIFRICE, This justly celebiated toilet appendage is Vegetable White Powder of great brilliancy, and cleanly in application as felicitous in result. a
10 September 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Messengers were called in and informed accordingly.

The Messengers were called in and informed accordingly.

The SPEAKER informed them that the House was satis* fied with the reasons for tin* substitution of the clerk assistant for the usual messenger, but they desired that it might not considered precedent—(Cheers and laughter.) Lord John Russell then left the House for the conference
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland