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NATIONAL TRADES’ POLITICAL UNION. ■ Public Entry of Mr O'Connell into Dublin. On Sundny meetiufr of the Union was held

NATIONAL TRADES’ POLITICAL UNION. ■ Public Entry of Mr O'Connell into Dublin. On Sundny meetiufr of the Union was held

in the 1 Corn-Exchange Room*, to complete the arrangements for the reception of Mr O’Connell, on Ins return to Ireland. The meeting was numerously attended. At half-past two Mr Edward Brennan took the chair. , The Secretary, Mr Ray, then read the following letter, i| which recei
30 September 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ESTADLISIIED MARCH 1821.

ESTADLISIIED MARCH 1821.

FIRE DEPARTMEXT. tl Assured are enlilleil to one.third llie Profits, without nny liability on their part to the FARMING STOCK insured free from Dutj. Receipts arc now ready for Pol ides, falling due at Michaelmas, which should be reutrafak days of that lime, or they will become
30 September 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO LET From First NOVEi/IBER next, rfflHE DWELLING-HOUSE and OFFICES, at 1. pre«<*nt oecupieii l*y situate in INVER, witbin quarter

TO LET From First NOVEi/IBER next, rfflHE DWELLING-HOUSE and OFFICES, at 1. pre«<*nt oecupieii l*y situate in INVER, witbin quarter

milpA JTovn Larne. Any of Land, whiclKmsj»4c for ncuoujmo daiion, nan b« attacliPil. The FremisriOira i-irKe coinii.odious and well suit' to any Gentleman liaving a f«a>ilr JOHN M. CASEMENT, lovermore, Ist Sept. 1835. To be inttrlcd once a iceek.
30 September 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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30 September 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
il, mill <-our«* wliirli lie hurt hitherto ailophul reumirt inx Iliecllßirh, rtwlured lliut hurt been (tuirtcrt only llinse two priiimples—Rf*'.

il, mill <-our«* wliirli lie hurt hitherto ailophul reumirt inx Iliecllßirh, rtwlured lliut hurt been (tuirtcrt only llinse two priiimples—Rf*'.

I'V i|i!e of cim«rienre/ii,s next, eery neutfy ulhert it—the iple .ietency. All humun in.tituiMmu «<«ie, in the ottime eulijert to geray. They neertwl to artuptert to the ,|| ’. .ciieumeipiuetof 111* innee, noil,from the full pef«iu,i, ,|„ t 11, « so, he piofe*«eil li'msell hieu
29 September 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EMIGRATION TO SYDNEY.

EMIGRATION TO SYDNEY.

EMIGRATION SYDNEY. We have been favoured Lieutenant Ilodder with the lollowing letter:— Colonial Office, 26fh September, 1535. Sir—l have much pleasure in acquainting you,forynur information as well of the public generally, that official accounts have been received, during the pa
30 September 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
WAR IN SPAIN7.

WAR IN SPAIN7.

WAR SPAIN . rLoffer frnm on Ensign in the Munster Te-inn.) Ah, the I’owcrs !wo are re-d'-hod Don Caries V,-* snuffed out himself, lie has worked an-iracl!. floor the very heart's blood, nerves, an) eon rage of ::( his adversaries. lie has made a non the Virgin, and promoted him t
30 September 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

At Sunday’s Well, Cork, Joseph Dc La Hay, Esq. late Captain of the 70th Regiment. On Thursday evening last, in Clonmel, the lady of the Rev. Mr. Stephenson. On the 21st inst„ at Crosbie, near Newtown-Stewart, Captain Horatio Stewart, late of the Rifles, only son of thelate Lieut
30 September 1835 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Original Poetry, [FOB THE CONSFRVATiVF ] defence of the muses. Muses —lovely Sitters nine— how, some, great folk, would comhint,

Original Poetry, [FOB THE CONSFRVATiVF ] defence of the muses. Muses —lovely Sitters nine— how, some, great folk, would comhint,

level your superior merit Transcoding far, what they inherit. hou crown upon thy glorious hill. Ami higher, titan the highest, stii! earthly grandeur that can rise, Could claim from ; oh, the highsst prize ; Quite beyond, ambition* aim. All their proud titles—place, or name, thi
30 September 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
CAM THIS BE THUM ?

CAM THIS BE THUM ?

Last week the young and beautiful wife of so English gentleman, attended by one or two women servants, went early in the morning from her house in Scutari, to enjoy the coolnem of a dip in the silver tide of the Bosphorus. Whilst bathing, some young Turkish officers, struck by h
30 September 1835 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland