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BALLAST CORPORATION.

BALLAST CORPORATION.

'BALLAST CORPORATION For some time past the annual election of members of the Ballast Corporation, in the roonr of tboseJvihq, vacate in conformity to the provisions of tire charter,- has nnhappily- become an occasion for trials of strength between political parties in this tovn.
11 September 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THEt , BEFAT SECOND. APPEARANCE OF ML.EU BITLIEII, The Celebrated Tragedian,' from the Theatres Royal, Covent Garden arid Drury Lane, whose performance of HAMLET was on Wednesday Evening received with the warmest approbation, and who is engaged for this nresent FRIDAY and MONDAY
11 September 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DARK BULE SEA.

THE DARK BULE SEA.

-J i ' . A . Iii 1 ' x, :3 . .. . LU H -I;fX~ DA n-KTM UE SEA. -1 ?? ~rTjvde .; btl6i: Sea~! how.fair it seems, *'>fie 2tea in5 in-le rriornitliig~eains, Aj1-jrfijer clouds, like sFu~nydreams,,; *Glide o'er-itsphudd-breut-.- - TPhe breeze sighs softly o'er the wave, As silent as
11 September 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
by men ronvlrted of routrarv dirilioncst prinripiesi, oven to the extent of the most universal abhor rence! Lord.). Hussell’a trimming

by men ronvlrted of routrarv dirilioncst prinripiesi, oven to the extent of the most universal abhor rence! Lord.). Hussell’a trimming

is exquisite. His first Dill proposi's, a most essential point, to rid of aldermen —the Lords are resolved to retain aldermen, as feature of civil aristocracy, diffused throughout the country and favorable 'o the own pretensions. Here was point on which honest Whiff could have t
11 September 1835 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY—TO BE LET.

CHANCERY—TO BE LET.

Laurence Malone,! I)URSUANT to my Report bearing Plaintiff. j X dale the 13lb da|<of May last, made James Nolan, under the 185 th Order, I will Defendant. jon the Ist day of Oc- J tober neat, One o’Clock in the Afternoon said day, at mrCbatnber* on the Innsquay, in the city of D
11 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REV. J. B. M't'REA.

THE REV. J. B. M't'REA.

College-street —This gentleman, whose face has become familiar, of late, in the Dublin Police-offices, attended yesterday to swear informations against a man named Gavin, who was arrested the previous day for selling pamphlet in the streets, which Mr. M'C'rea alleges contains li
11 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

C«ry« f ort Avenue, Sargcoa Curry Loughlia. Heiubnikr-iilncv, Tbonuu Striker, Teieei, wifrol Laurenec Koike, aif KeiUtown House. At Mauntfellier-peraie, Jure, linuguber uf the Utc Tkomu Read, Exj., of Dorvel-Hiert, Little Chebea, the Kcv. William June* Armstrong, formerly Rrctur
11 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
, .4 was ft eoMoUtion for their tpeechei expretung regret «t doing «o (hew). The the emu could get. it

, .4 was ft eoMoUtion for their tpeechei expretung regret «t doing «o (hew). The the emu could get. it

WOUD d up hon. and learned member for Dublin had »aid that a collision having done » httle du gth mvitun , the had already begun. Now, it was not in the nature of thing* on almost 'he '«« . . * tlon one of its that two co-existe. bodies, having co-equal powers, could tendency id
11 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of 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