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Tee-siwple estates to be sold.

Tee-siwple estates to be sold.

CO. DOWN.—To be SOLD an undivided Moiety the Lands of CROBANE, SHEEPTOWN, DERRYLACKA, and DYSERTS, Tithe Composition of said Lands, containing 2.3&>a. Ob. 7p., and the Moiety, producing an anMial Aent 17s. 3d. m .. These Lands arc situate within a mile and tba Town of Newry; adj
26 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PHUVISCIAL MJHk'ETS.

PHUVISCIAL MJHk'ETS.

Whitt Wheat, I*h l«* ; Kerf, rfku*. 10* flrf to 1>» Orf , Bark*, Orf 13* Berc, iu* Ul, t*au, 7* l °Ft« «—lrt*iuaUty, l?» 6d 10*; id ditto, ll*od to l*tid, Household. 7* to UaixatL—lUto JV» ui pet c»L Hat—Farmer*. 32* Ud lu 00* per ton average, «Oi. IV-t*toss—4d »c.yht. > Wool—lB
26 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Vox the Whole Life, without Age. PAtlicipstiou TroflU. I Half. . Quar Yearly. ye*r:j-. | terly { Half. . Ouar-

Vox the Whole Life, without Age. PAtlicipstiou TroflU. I Half. . Quar Yearly. ye*r:j-. | terly { Half. . Ouar-

Yfarlf, yearlr. tfrijr. 7 Ifi 0 7 1*» 8 19 0 10 2 II 1 1 4 , 10 10 63 1 12 2 2 12 1 7 4 I 0 13 11 3 0 9 1 II 1 0 3 10 8 1 16 0 18 4 2 19 II 10 1 09 3 3 6 1 12 7 1 Ifi 5 1« 7i 0 2 1.0 10 I 4 011 10 11 C 1 3 17 i 9 4 II 3 (i 1 13 8.0 3 15 1 IS 10 1019 10 84 S 1 3 i 5 2 14 8,180 6
22 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REMOVAL A TIPPERARY MAGISTRATE. Mr. S. H. AUdns, whose name was introduced as Magisterial Innkeeper” in a report of a

REMOVAL A TIPPERARY MAGISTRATE. Mr. S. H. AUdns, whose name was introduced as Magisterial Innkeeper” in a report of a

case recently tried at the Nenagh sessions, lias been removed from the Commission of the Peace—a proceeding which has given great offence to the said Mr. Atkins and the Popish Member of the Orange Committee of Management who presides over the Sloppery. The following letter from
22 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE. TO CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, &c., PROPOSALS will received for makin^rtftensivc alterations and repairs the Endowed Sclybl in Carrickmacross, building new

NOTICE. TO CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, &c., PROPOSALS will received for makin^rtftensivc alterations and repairs the Endowed Sclybl in Carrickmacross, building new

Stable, Offices, ike., if, acaccording to drawings and specifications, to be sedrby applying to James Eratt, Esq., Canickmacross, tenders must be addressed and delivered, or bctOTc the 30tb instant. Carrickmacross, lOtli Sept., ISSa.
24 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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COMMERCE, MANUFACTU RES, &c.

COMMERCE, MANUFACTU RES, &c.

Weight Flax The Act of Parliament for regutaring meaßurea. make* it imperative on dealers in flax, and all other commodities of similar description, dispose of, or purchase, such commodities, at the rate of fourteen pounds to the stone; and thi* regulation both the seller and th
28 September 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WANTED,

WANTED,

FOUR Hundred Pounds per Annum, way of Annuity for the Life of Gentleman aged hi, ami 100/. per Annum for the Life a Lady aged 6.1, in case survives the Gentleman. j —Slso .1.000/. to Lent on' Annuity. And 10,000/., 5,000/., and 2,500/.,* to Lent Five per Cent. Application to he
24 September 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UNITED STATES.

UNITED STATES.

We have received New York, and other American papers, to the Ist instant The excitement on account of the abolition of slavery continued, and man of the name of Carrol, who wai accused of the double offence of aiding the abolitionis's and pilfering his neighbours, has been subje
26 September 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY WATERFORD ELECTION.

COUNTY WATERFORD ELECTION.

The election of a representative for this county, in the room of the late Patrick Power, Esq., took place this day (Monday). Nicholas Power, Esq., brother of the Isle member, proposed William Villlers Stuart, Esq., and the nomination was seconded by Sir Richard Musgrave, Bart.,
26 September 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADDRESS TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT,

ADDRESS TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT,

On Wednesday last a most numerous and respectable meeting or the gentry,' clergy, and freeholders of the county Longford took place—Luke White, Esq., in the chair, when a congratulatory address to his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, and likewise a resolution expressive of the co
26 September 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland