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CX.OaTMKf., OCTOBER 7,

CX.OaTMKf., OCTOBER 7,

CX.Oa OCTOBER SPECIMEN OF THE LACONIC.—A publ can, who was ill served bv his brewers, wrote them the following laconic remonstrance :—• •• Gentlemen—Do come and taste my beer, for noboJy 91»4 Will,'* This reminds us of an adver in Sydney : Many peraons have to advertise myColouia
07 October 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
h U <vmp«'hte4 with L«rdj» »!- tern^l^lr fvrant and a «luve, in power and ghj Hu» you are fired, and

h U <vmp«'hte4 with L«rdj» »!- tern^l^lr fvrant and a «luve, in power and ghj Hu» you are fired, and

1 a>n I thank ‘hall always find ma * u.y vorati**n to give ilia < a<i«e ot Itvlan I—to oppo.e Tonaa. whether Catholic or Pro- civil next to the approbation a good a>ice. I shall ever regard the esteem and approbation mv conntrvmen flood applause.) (Jentie before I conclude—l’ll
07 October 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
N O T I C? Z>.

N O T I C? Z>.

O T I Z>. THE Mayor hereby gives Notice, that tiro 2 year old Heifers have been for several days one of bis pounds, supposed have stolen. The owner owners Satisfactorily proving the above Heifers, to be their property, can have them, on defraying the expenses already incurred, ot
07 October 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OP LIMERICK. Burtnell, - TJURSUANT to final Decree of «. I his Muestr's Court of Chsnccnr Tiller and others.

COUNTY OP LIMERICK. Burtnell, - TJURSUANT to final Decree of «. I his Muestr's Court of Chsnccnr Tiller and others.

\ of IneUnd, Sin this came J ing date tike 23d day of January, 1835, nil TUESDAY the 17th day of November next, at the hear of One o’clock in the afternoon, at Chambers on' the lon’a-qnay, Dublin, Set np and SeU by Public Cant to highest and fairest Bidder, the Fee and Inheritan
07 October 1835 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
A girt of ill-fame, on being detected by the robbery of £2O week in Cork, actually , ''' aOTereigns, part

A girt of ill-fame, on being detected by the robbery of £2O week in Cork, actually , ''' aOTereigns, part

of the booty I ten The following decision respecting dietmce Reform'Act, may be some importance hereaft f t,l<! deserves attention : '~aini Rbsidf.nce within Seven Miles—The ent» , Howell, of Lragb, was objected to, at the Worce«ter° f i,r-tration, on the ground that he did not
07 October 1835 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 

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// BEAK. COAE. // WILLIAM ERSON IS disehargiog a Cargo the above COAL ont of the « Albion,” at O’Neill’a-Qoay,

// BEAK. COAE. // WILLIAM ERSON IS disehargiog a Cargo the above COAL ont of the « Albion,” at O’Neill’a-Qoay,

which he engages be the very beat that-can be imported, and which he is certain wiR be Ughly approved of the Coal he gave' his Customers last season. early application ia recommended, at the vessel must be discharged in few days. He daily expects the Janet,” from Glasgow, with C
07 October 1835 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY. X 1,500. disposed of, a Post Obit Bond for For particulars apply letter (post-paid) to I’.D., at the Office

MONEY. X 1,500. disposed of, a Post Obit Bond for For particulars apply letter (post-paid) to I’.D., at the Office

of Saunders’s News-Fetter.
07 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORANGE LODGES IN THE ARMY.

ORANGE LODGES IN THE ARMY.

have much pleasure in statin?, that within the last few days a coinrniinication has been addressed to the Military authorities, at the Horse-Guards, by the General rommandin? the forces in Ireland, announcing that Orange Lodges present exist ia any of the regiments quartered in
07 October 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE KAFFRES.

THE KAFFRES.

{From Trawls M South Africa.) The KagVes are greal believer* in and when uy is ecieed with malady whicli will not yield to the remediea preaenhed by llieir female doetore, it ia usually attributed the nialii some neighbour. Thia horrible superstition ia attfullr encouraged the c
07 October 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
to (•< >R^r>iloNr>i:vis

to (•< >R^r>iloNr>i:vis

to (•< tiavo ticurd :i!i .tinstown borrowini aaiit'urnicfr late immticr .'lie "li.ki: ny J.)[ i: \Ar., in wtiio!' tlie confedeiation v.us I of without respect to tlic of ttioawho butt joined Jr. \,n tlosi>tao hnretless l»i- Uiitiv, «vo sl'ull tlie fool vtio tiisple.ynl it, and sn
07 October 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland