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WANTED, a Porter for an Hotel, who has livedrfhr some time in an establishment of the and understands his business

WANTED, a Porter for an Hotel, who has livedrfhr some time in an establishment of the and understands his business

; the strictest inquiry Ajpe made as to his general character; it is needless to without respectable references and Application to be made the Cork Distillery Stores, 92, Dame-street, from two to four o’clock.
29 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTED, by family about three miles a Cook, who perfectly understands her also a smart, active Woman, who would act

WANTED, by family about three miles a Cook, who perfectly understands her also a smart, active Woman, who would act

both* dry and Dairy Maid ; both to be the Office of Saunders’s News-Letter.
29 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE Vale of Cltcyd Steamer is intended to sail fiom Dub.in, for Carnarvon, as follows, viz. : Saturday, 26th Sept,

THE Vale of Cltcyd Steamer is intended to sail fiom Dub.in, for Carnarvon, as follows, viz. : Saturday, 26th Sept,

o’Clock, a.m. from Kingstown Wednesday, 30th ... at 8 o'Clock, a.m. Nortbwall FARES. Families going from Dublin to London, via Carnarvon, save twenty-four miles posting, and 51. to 101. the expense. Steamers ply regularly between Carnarvon, Menai Bridge and Liverpool. For furthe
29 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAYOR OF CORK— NOVEL CASE. (Froma Correspondent of the London Mining Chronidr.) j This subject continues to excite great

THE MAYOR OF CORK— NOVEL CASE. (Froma Correspondent of the London Mining Chronidr.) j This subject continues to excite great

interest, and must so until it is finally disposed of, which must speedily the case. His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, action under the sound discretion of the Privy Council in Dublin, and the exercise of his unbiassed judgment of the impartial administration of aff
29 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DREADFUL SHIPWRECK. ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY LIVES LOST

DREADFUL SHIPWRECK. ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY LIVES LOST

Advices from Hobart Town yesterday furnish the folio ■ account the loss of the George 111. convict ship, *t°’ the mouth of the river Derwent, which is not laid down in the d The following is the return of the persons on board the vc i Embarked at Woolwich...Prisoners, 220; soldi
29 September 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
auction.

auction.

TO BE SOLD by AUCTION, on THURSDAY next the Ist of Oct., and following Days, at EVANS’ Auction Saloon, 13. South Mall, very Elegant Collection of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, all nearly new ; vered Jaunting Car, also nearly new. and made veryCelebrait ted .Maker. The Furniture consists
29 September 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS A SITUATION yA AS BUTLER, or a? Indoor Servant out (Jf-Livery, in n Ucspcelatile Family where Boy ii kept,

WANTS A SITUATION yA AS BUTLER, or a? Indoor Servant out (Jf-Livery, in n Ucspcelatile Family where Boy ii kept,

active, single, Voting Man, pertcctly free fiom incumbrance j has just returned this Country. His character will bear the strictest investigation, having lived with a respectable family for the last Two Years Butler; is of the Established Church, and well acquainted with Account
29 September 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ORANGE LODGES.

ORANGE LODGES.

I EPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE. (Concluded.) SCOTLAND. The two tours of Inspection in 1833 and 1834j, by Lieut,- Colonel FReIrmon11. under brs itineralnt warrant, were intend- ed to extend the Orange system in England and in Scotland; arid, with the patrotnoge of' the Duke of G
29 September 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

I Vnw~,TEWGLISH MARKETS. iV±NV)U.N GORN-EXCHANGE, SEPT. 25._ Tbere are only moderate arrivals of Grain this week, and a scanty return of Flour. -lThe Wheat trade continues firm at Monday's currency for nearly all descriptions. A tole- rably good supply of Barley, and this article
29 September 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. O’CONNELL IN GLASGOW.

MR. O’CONNELL IN GLASGOW.

MR. O’CONNELL GLASGOW. On Monday, Mr. O Connell arrived in Glasgow from Edinburgh, but having taken the Falkirk road while the Trades expected him to come by the other they were disappointed in escorting him in procession ...to tile City. He was. bes.des, detained for several hou
29 September 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland