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A’JJIV MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT,

A’JJIV MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT,

MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT, 8, UPrttt BACimLLt-sraEKT, CORNER OF ELEPHANT I.A!^ JOHN CONOLLY, (Late Conductor of Apothtcariet' Hall,) ,(J PROPRIETOR. JOHN CONOLLY begs acquaint his numerous and rauch-respected Friends, and the Public generally, that lie has this Day opened the above E
23 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS. 1 1 WANTED, * Three and Four Pull PorteJ ilMiae, for which a fair value will be given. //11/

WANTS. 1 1 WANTED, * Three and Four Pull PorteJ ilMiae, for which a fair value will be given. //11/

Address A. 8., Porter Machine,” at the Oftce of this Paper. / WANTED, in an Outlet, an humble Young Lad, who has a knowledge the Grocery and Spirit l&isii#ss. He must be well recommended his last employer, mtitnd Security. I J Apply by letter, addressed to D. L., at the OfTu* ol
23 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
same effect. Verdict. “ Accidental death.”

same effect. Verdict. “ Accidental death.”

same effect. Verdict. Accidental death.” An ini|uest wu held at Bartholomew's Hospital, on the Mr. David Ingram, a Jamaica merchant, who was run over by cab on Tuesday evening in Newgate-slreet, London. The deceased had a few days before undergone an operation by which his sight
23 September 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Tipperary Tree Trent.

The Tipperary Tree Trent.

23 September 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KING AND HI3 MINISTERS.

THE KING AND HI3 MINISTERS.

THE KING AND MINISTERS. The intercourse between the Sovereign and hin Ministers may” (says the Morntko CiIBOwiOLF.j now be' considered upon it footing not only conatitutionnl in every point view, but gracious and kindly asever it was during the time when Lord Gray was at the head
23 September 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
LIMERICK MARKETS-Be .t. !9. Wheat da.911. to l»a. (VI. per atone • barley lOld. (‘d.peraton# oate 9-1, per ; potutoea

LIMERICK MARKETS-Be .t. !9. Wheat da.911. to l»a. (VI. per atone • barley lOld. (‘d.peraton# oate 9-1, per ; potutoea

Bd. per atoneket hWerda. 4<. per atone ; kip and runnera in, to per atone ; rslf-aklna :tyd. 4d. per (b. Rutter 71a. fiia 695. &3a.oer cwt. and 2*. fid. paid over.
23 September 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE IaET,

TO BE IaET,

TO UNFUItNISHID AND BiSTUtO UPON IMIiKDIATBLT, A NEWLY erected and respectable HOUSE, in the Town AuannacLOT, conveniently situated and well adapted for an Inn. It would suit a person acquainted with the business and general management of such an Ealablisbment. For further partic
23 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NEWSPAPER CHAT.

NEWSPAPER CHAT.

Horrid Cruelty or a Father. A crime of most horrid nature has just been discovered in little village near Landau, in Rhenish Bavaria. The ages of barbarism can hardly o(TL*r an example of case of such atrocious cruelty. In th it village resided respectable family, consisting of
23 September 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
A CASE OF UNPARALLELED DISTRESS!

A CASE OF UNPARALLELED DISTRESS!

Man who once was in comfort and affluence, has i been, through reverse of fortune, lately plunged , Into, the greatest poverty and distress, not , means procure the common necessaries of life for JAmseif or family, which consists of his Wife and five dren. The heart-rending priv
23 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS. T\ISENGAGEp, and want Situations, Man and his Wife; the Man. at Butler or General House Servant, either in out

WANTS. T\ISENGAGEp, and want Situations, Man and his Wife; the Man. at Butler or General House Servant, either in out

of livery; he understands the care of horses, as he has lived with families of distinc- Uon in the capacity of groom, and can produce satisfactory testimonials for either of the above situations; the Woman, as House Maid or Plain Cook in a small regular family; she can produce l
23 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland