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AUCTION

AUCTION

Of HoiuaboM Furniture, Comprising Mahogany, Bniw- I ing-room and Parlour Chairs, Mahogany LoOjl Dining, Breakfast, Card Toilat, and other Rifes, Sofas and Loungers, Sideboerds, Basin Stands and Commodes, three-quarter and half Talboys, Bedsteads and Palliasses, Feathar Beds and
29 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MELANCHOLY SHIPWRECK.

MELANCHOLY SHIPWRECK.

“Coas- Guard Office, Sept. 24, 1835.—1 herewith transmit, for the information of the committee for the management of the affairs Lloyd’s, letter from Captain Mayne, R.N., Inspecting Commander Hastings, and its which was found in bottle washed on shore 31, Tower station, on the i
29 September 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
txxial n trie,

txxial n trie,

30 September 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMlket tfktemtle.

IMlket tfktemtle.

tfktemtle. THE MANCHESTER T'lrc and ASSURANC23 COMPANY, Capital—TWO MILLIONS.
30 September 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO LET. riMHE TRUSTEES of the SECOND DIVISION U. of the MAIL COACH HOAD from BANBRIDGE to BELFAST, will LET

TO LET. riMHE TRUSTEES of the SECOND DIVISION U. of the MAIL COACH HOAD from BANBRIDGE to BELFAST, will LET

by AUCTION, at the OFFICE of GEO. C. HYNDMAN, No. 7, CAS. TLE-PLACE, Belfast, DA V, the 2d day October, at ONE noon. The TOLLS urisintf Gates of the said Division, fur one year from The Ist November next, at the Rates now fixed the said Tru>te«s. The Tolls of Malone Gate and Lis
30 September 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

London, Monday. —Government securities remain in the same tranquil state as when we left them on Saturday, Consols for the Account being 91} to f, o’Ci.ock Consols 91; Ditto for Account 91}.
30 September 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
jf ' —none but cowards shrink from justice. Gentlemen, I no coward ; let me have rigorous justice—justice is all

jf ' —none but cowards shrink from justice. Gentlemen, I no coward ; let me have rigorous justice—justice is all

require. God forbid that should endeavour to lead you astray. If the evidence leads you to conviction, it is your duty to ! pronounce the verdict of guilty against me. You have sworn on the Gospel to so ; but I would once more entreat of you Ito give it your most earnest conside
30 September 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMIGRATION TO have been favoured bv 'eu nant x »v- ing ; Cok.iial 0JF <€ ' S(pten''- \ 15*35. Sir—l

EMIGRATION TO have been favoured bv 'eu nant x »v- ing ; Cok.iial 0JF <€ ' S(pten''- \ 15*35. Sir—l

have much pleasure in aeqainting you for your information well a-* of gewraliy, that official accounts have been receive J, du v ing the past week, of the arrival in Sydney of the] Duchess of Northc nberland.” which conveyed e emigrants horn Ireland the autumn of last year. The
30 September 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OR, CORK ADVERTISER.

OR, CORK ADVERTISER.

TUESDAY MORNING, 29. 18.‘15. of the Chuicli-tlie sole, the only foiin.Ution ot religious hehif. —The Council of Trent, throughout its entire twenty-lire sessions, not put any other jund it was ter that Council had separated, that Pope Pius IV. published the creed which is called
29 September 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
mm* IRISH BEGGARS.

mm* IRISH BEGGARS.

(FHOM REPORT OP THB STATE OP THE POOR IRELAND.) There is a much greater number of women than of men begging, and they are generally young or middle aged; in general men are past the middle age when they begin to beg; those among them who are ablebodied are mostly profligate trad
30 September 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland