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MILITARY PROMOTIONS.

MILITARY PROMOTIONS.

Office Sept. 4th Regiment of Dragoon Guards.—Lieut. Lionel Place to be Captain, purchase, vice Arrnit, who retires,- Cornet Wellington Andrew Ros>. Lieutenant, purchase vice Place; anti T. W. Yokes, Gent, to Cornet, by p chase, vice Ross. K Ist Regiment Dragoons—Lieut. John Dalt
10 September 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
PIER HEAD—DUBLIN

PIER HEAD—DUBLIN

San. B.—Arrived—Charlotte, general cargo, Chepstow— Four colliers. Sailed—Nottiaghsm stesmer, goods and LivsrpuL Leeds steamer, gauds and pasaesgers, Liveipusl. Barbara and Betsy, general cargo, Gloucester, Emulous, grain, Liverpool Eight vessels ballast. Srrr. wine. Cadis. New
10 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

COLLICF-STHFIT— Tmt ACCIDENT TO Mu. BITLEE men in the employment Mr. Byrne, of Ltonny. were brought up yerterdey, to eee if the woman, Maher, could identify either of ibem the driver ibe cart ■hit'll hail passed over Mrs. Butler. As she could not say that she had seen either of
10 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HANKRIFT.

HANKRIFT.

Patrick Lawlor. of Clariana .Mill*, near Nvaagh. miller, Healer, an chapman to surrender on the 19th and ilst days September instant, and on the day October. Dublin: Printed THOMAS O'KLANAGAN. the (Mice, 19, College-green.—Terms of Subscription per Anuani, 3/. b*. Six Months. 1/
10 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
In 1832...Dai1y Average Number in Custody, were 125. In 1832...Number of Prisoners corami.ted this Year, were 99. 1832...Number of Prisoners

In 1832...Dai1y Average Number in Custody, were 125. In 1832...Number of Prisoners corami.ted this Year, were 99. 1832...Number of Prisoners

in custody Ist January in each vear, were In *1833...Dai1y Average Number in Custody, were 84. In 833...Number Prisoners committed tnis Year, were In ..Number of Prisoners in custody Ist January in each year, were 1834...Dai1y Average Number in Custody, were 101. In 1834...Numbe
10 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
OF CARLOW

OF CARLOW

TITHES—RELEASE OF MR, We subjoin'* copy of Bill now fwaitiug the Royal Assent, which relieves ■' Quakers' in al! parts of the empire from actions in the superior courts for imu-payment of tithes and other ecclesiastical imposts, and prohibits the arrest of the person, as far reg
10 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
OFFICE, CO fare Aldermen //, Gibbings, ( ) B*<nar.l and Pe rnj ALLEGED OUTRAGE BY A SERGEANT POLICE UPON A

OFFICE, CO fare Aldermen //, Gibbings, ( ) B*<nar.l and Pe rnj ALLEGED OUTRAGE BY A SERGEANT POLICE UPON A

RESPECTABLE CITIZEN Constable (Sergeant) Las of t i' City pitic.-, apprare 1 this day to a summons, issued at the instance of .Mr. Rosse Olden', square, to aisnrer the csmpiii.it involved in the fol. lowing evidence. Mr. Frederick Olden, son of the Prosecutor, worn, stated that
10 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COEK SO

THE COEK SO

THE COEK - SALS BY AUCTION. SOLD, on THUUBDAY, the IStli inst. lat Aghamarta Castle, near Cam'gaiitie, i, . j 12 Milch Cows, some Heiffers, and Two the property of Caf.ew O’GaaDV, Lsq. hrcd Iron, some of the best Stock in the County Roscommon-. s-p* ■>.>« ,n Sept. 10. General Auc
10 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MORNING CONCERT, COVE.

MORNING CONCERT, COVE.

COLUMBINE ROOMS. SES ASHE have the honour of announcing I that, by the desire of several persons of distinction, they will give ONE CONCERT Only, at Columbine Rooms. COVE, To-morrow. RID AY, the 11 th instant,»hen the ASHE will be assisted by Signor COMELATE, who has kindly offe
10 September 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland