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UIiGISTRA TION.

UIiGISTRA TION.

Oitr County friends must feel rather disappointed at n,* result of the registration. Very lew appeared to answer the il.rre callings of the Inst on Monday morning, most of the Candid er, forgetting that inemH/dnnrnf the distance of their residenr.-.. the County List would the fi
01 October 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
£3,000 AND £l.OOO, LENJ^ THE former at per Cent. Interest, and tmflßUtcr ot per Cent.—Apply Messrs. Tnuiv and^loNT. No. 2,

£3,000 AND £l.OOO, LENJ^ THE former at per Cent. Interest, and tmflßUtcr ot per Cent.—Apply Messrs. Tnuiv and^loNT. No. 2,

Morrisson’s-Bland, Cork, Sept. 24. ON SALE, JX rj. rpHE Schooner Ap.gtle,’’ 106 JonW'per Kegister, built at Prince Ednard'rlsland, the best materials, in the year 183’i. Tins Vessel is well adapted for the Coal and Corn Trade, sails well, and canies lair Cargo for her Tonnage. F
01 October 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MYSTERIOUS STO U Y.

MYSTERIOUS STO U Y.

(FROM A BIRMINGHAM PAFF.R-J Onr rentiers will hear with the following eßtranrdinary nsiratise, which we feel confident is in nil the main points sub. slanlially correct:— elderly (emnle. h of the Westeyßn S iciety, two nr three year- ieo. went tehilions mitston to one of the She
17 October 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE HAPPIEST TIME,

THE HAPPIEST TIME,

Whbw are happiest ? When the light of morn Waken the young roses from their crimson rest; When cheerful sounds upon the fresh winds borne, •Till man resumes his work with lighter sent; While the bright waters leap from rock to glen, Are the happiest then ? Alas! those roses, the
19 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN TRADES' POLITICAL UNION,

DUBLIN TRADES' POLITICAL UNION,

Tuesday Ust. meeliriK of this Union took place, when the following reaolutiona were adopted : « They acknowledged, with heartfelt crrti'ude, the allention to the a and wtahea of the people of Ireland, eeineed the present Mintstry their most grac'ous S teereign; and they deemed .
12 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUGAR BY AUCTION.

SUGAR BY AUCTION.

,Ivrl AIR Ik BOYD will SELiwhy AUCTION, N TWELVE o'clock, on the 17th 'Tnys. and Tierces TPIODAD SUGARS. Donegal- Quay. 12th Oct.. 183.1. B' J . «c. SUBSCRIBER hs« received the C«rgn of the Aret/insn. from St. PetersburgH. consi.tmg of 330 Casks Brst Yellu'.v Candle TALLOW, 9 To
15 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
To \je Sold.

To \je Sold.

Sold. THE FARM of SHARVOGUES.bs formerly Advertised for Sale, will still disposed of PRIVATE CONTRACT. If not SOLIJ on or before FRIDAY, the 2d day of October, it will, on that day be put up to A UC T I O N. at the C O M M E R I A HOTEL, Belfast, between the hours of ONE and TWOo
15 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The HORMU, the »4»e, and the COW

The HORMU, the »4»e, and the COW

Published by W. R. S6, Tronjrare. Glasgow; Simpkin and London ; And sold by all the Booksellers in Belfast, Printed on a very lar/je. Sheet to hnnq upon the wall, ; Pasteboard, ’ds ; or Jolded in a neat Case for the Pocket, 6d. SECOND EDITION. MALL’S VETERINARY TABLET; being a C
15 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Lord Lieutenant left Belfast, on Monday, on his way still farther Northward, after a visit, during which, for four

The Lord Lieutenant left Belfast, on Monday, on his way still farther Northward, after a visit, during which, for four

days, we had given to us, (to use the words of the admirable Chairman, at the entertainment his Excellency, on Saturday last.) “the unprecedented sight of an Irish Viceroy, day after day traversing one streets and public institutions, inquiring minutely and anxiously into the be
29 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CALENDER-STREET [Xfxt door The Northern Whig Office.) Subscriptions to thi» convenient, CHEAP, and WELL-SUPPMED READING ROOM, commence on the Ist

CALENDER-STREET [Xfxt door The Northern Whig Office.) Subscriptions to thi» convenient, CHEAP, and WELL-SUPPMED READING ROOM, commence on the Ist

of November. It is lurgely supplied with the most respectable Enulish, Scotch, and Irish NEWSPAPERS, REVIEWS, and MAGAZINES ; and particular attention is the comfort of the Subscrihers, by having the Room n'ellhireH, healed, and lighted. For the convenience of ahAkeepers. and ot
19 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland