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ORDINATION AT COAGH. On tlic Till inslanl the K< v. Kilwanl M. Dill, M D-, *** i r daintd llie

ORDINATION AT COAGH. On tlic Till inslanl the K< v. Kilwanl M. Dill, M D-, *** i r daintd llie

Presbjtrry of Tyrone to llie pastoral elmige of Ihe of C'oa-li, in connexion will. Die Gciicial Synod of Ulster. The services of ihe day were commenced liy Uie Kei. Jolin Hokk, of C'nrion, who preached an excellent d'>c..ui>e from Ezekiel, iii. 17. The Rev. Robert Allen, of Stew
17 October 1835 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BERRIKaS, GLASS, COALS.

BERRIKaS, GLASS, COALS.

TII E«SC BSC RIDERS OFFER FOR SALE, ON MODERATE TERMS tflOO Barrels .A Vic Herrinys; Crates Window Class, C and CC ; 500 Tons English Coals; CO Tons Best Liverpool ditto. JAMES CORSCADEX & Co. October 2, 1835. /ANGLESEY LYING-IN HOSPITAL, L/ J, BISHOP “STREET, DV3LXV. Establishm
17 October 1835 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
sniiiaisiiifDiLiLig'Ji idat m&m

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From Strabane to Dublin. fITIIF. Public Are rc.paclfully informed, that tbe above X Coach has commenceil running, leaving Hold, ('nolle street, Stralinne, on the Morning, of MONDAY, W hONKSDAY, ami FRIDAY, at hall.past Five o’clock, anil W«L«H’s Hotel, No. 2, llolton-strcet, Dubl
03 October 1835 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSES TO BE LET.

HOUSES TO BE LET.

Jig TO BE LET. hapM THE FIRST OF NOVEMBER NEXT, (either together or separatrlt,) THE large and extensive HOUSE and PREMISES in the Diamond, at present in the occupation of the Hein of the late Hcmphrpt Rabington. Al«o, the HOUSE situate in the Diamond, lately occupied by Mr. Wal
03 October 1835 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

We have received papers from the Cape of Good Hope the Ist of August inclusive. The Caffres had again become very troublesome. The ship James, on a trading voyage Mozambique, on the 19th July, sent a boat ashore near the Kowie river, and while engaged in obtaining supplies, the
31 October 1835 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

It requested that no person will remain, or come on board the Princess Victoria, but those who have business, during the morning of the day of sailing, to interrupt the loading the Packet All Goods for this Vessel to be alongside one hour before sailing, else they canuot be take
31 October 1835 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

Murder. —A farmer named Richard Coghlan, resident of Windgap, county Kilkenny, when on his return home, on Saturday evening, from the market of Carrick on-Suir, accompanied by two boys, was pounced upon near the Slate Quarries, by four men armed with pitchforks. The boys, on the
31 October 1835 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
JAMES CLARK. SCHOOLMASTER WANTED.

JAMES CLARK. SCHOOLMASTER WANTED.

VITANTED, on fint NoTember next, for Bnllyongery School, under the patronage of the Hon. the laien 80- cibtt, SCHOOLMASTER qualified to teach Cnglieh in it* different departmenu. Reepectable reference* «iU required a* to character. Apply Robebt Mill*, Ballyougery, near Derry. Se
24 October 1835 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

who shall Shoot, Hunt, or Fish on Property in Cloughnneely, without permiMioii in writing from will be proceeded against as trespassers according to Law ; and tenants are hereby empowered demand any persons Shooting, Hunting, or Fishing, whether they have obtained such permissio
24 October 1835 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TH2S LONDONDBRB.7 TO THE ROMAN CATHOLICS OF IRELAND.

TH2S LONDONDBRB.7 TO THE ROMAN CATHOLICS OF IRELAND.

Dear Roman Catholic Friend* and Countrymen.— A perfect consciousness that, in cwry act with which humble name has been associated, I have felt, as trust I shall ever feel, sincere and earnest anxiety for your best interests, give con fidence in addressing you. I care not with wh
24 October 1835 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland