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RAILWAY COMPANIES—IRELAND.

RAILWAY COMPANIES—IRELAND.

deputation, of lb« following noblemfn and his Grsoa Duke of T.einsier, Earl of Wick. Lord Cloncurry, Baruo de Uobeck, the Provost of Trinity College. Robert Latouche, Esq. Harristown; the if.iiht of K'-rrtr, Charles Hamilton, Esq., tbe Surgeon. Geiirrsl, J»®rs Ferrler, Esq., Cha
12 October 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Leinster and Munster Railway.

Leinster and Munster Railway.

The fr'ac Leinster Munster Uailway Company ere ttltii'g tti* preliiuinary steps rrquirril by the ordtia the House Cemmoue. previoue appiyinit early the neat men, to parliament for a incorporation. The not c-s were Thuredey posted on the eourt-bouae KiltMinhm, for lbs Ulcbaalmaa
12 October 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ittmarnttcial (Ukrmiclt.

ittmarnttcial (Ukrmiclt.

A UCTIONS- SUGARS BY AUCTION. & BOYD will SELL by AUCTION. at TWELVE o’Cloek, S/TURDAT, iba 17th inMant, CO Hhh. and 10 Tierces TRINIDAD SUGARS. Don.g.l). Quay, 12 b Oct. 1835.
12 October 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
To be Leu

To be Leu

Leu LARGE, W.ll-furnished NEW HOUSE.art.pt**d for the Spirit Trad* ; alao. large and eonve. aient STORE—both ef which are ftiiffSted Duabar’e Ooek. to FRANCIS or on tbo preuii.ft. f 1306) /
12 October 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTH.

BIRTH.

Oct 2. in Upper Mount »tre*t, Dublin, Ihn Lndy of Edward Lloyd, E«q. oftwins. At Vermount, in the county of Galway, tha Lady of Jamas Blake, Eaq. of a daughter. Sept. 25. al Corbally bouia, Queen’a county, Lady of the Her. VV. Pasley, of son. Al Bifrons, Lady Albert Conjnghtm, o
12 October 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DAYS OF YORE!

THE DAYS OF YORE!

BT MBS CRAWFORD. Awake the harp that slumbers. The merry harp of old. And tell. In numbers, Of England’s age of gold ! When honour won the guerdon, And wore the crest. And labour from its burden Found sputa for rest Id ibe days of yore! Ob aing tha days of glory. When nobles gra
12 October 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PICTON AT VITTORIA

PICTON AT VITTORIA

During this struggle on the right, the centre was Inactive, General Picton was impatient; Inquired of several aidesde-camp who came near him from head-quarters, whether they had any orders for him ? Hia soldiers were anxiously waiting to advance; Picton knew the spirit of bis me
12 October 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HALLEY’S COMET.

HALLEY’S COMET.

London, Monday —The comet was readily discovered (bit morning, the 3d instant, situated in the direct line of the two slsrs of Gemini (Castor and Pollux), and about twice tbeir distance apart, and one-belf more, In the direction to. warda the zenith. With these instructions, the
12 October 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Extraordinary Optical Illusion. —On Sunday evening sennight, between six and seven o'clock, there was seen at Chewton Mendip. most extraordinary

Extraordinary Optical Illusion. —On Sunday evening sennight, between six and seven o'clock, there was seen at Chewton Mendip. most extraordinary

and unacconntable phenomenon in the heavens. It was the appearance of regiment of horse, with swords drawn, every trooper being distinctly visible, and the whole performing their evolutions in the field battle, both horses and soldiers appearing perfectly black. The sight lasted
10 October 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANSWER.

ANSWER.

Dear Friends, Allow to under you my grateful ackoowledgemeats for yuur very flattering Address, and also for the handsome of esteem with which 1 have been presented. It is with feedngs of sincere regret I contemplate the torminalion of that which has hitherto existed between us.
10 October 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland