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ORDINATION AT COAGH.

ORDINATION AT COAGH.

OI)IN-ATIOq A'T eOAGlI. %Dn tbe 7th instant, th Rev. Edivward.M- Dill, MD,. was orailned by the Prsbvtrery of Tyrone t4 the pastorl eharge. of the congregatiart of Criagh, in cunriesron with the Gene- ral Synod of Ulster. The servioes of, th0e (lay were corn- menned by thte Rev.
23 October 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

DUBLIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

DIJBLI1N CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. TO THE UGHT tON. THOMAS ?? RICE, rHANCELLOB OF THE EXCHEQUER, &Co SIR-The Councilofthe Chamberof Commerceeembrace the opportunity which your arrival in Dubliti offers, to ex- press to you, on behalf of the body which they have the honor to represent,
23 October 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NYPNOLOGY.

NYPNOLOGY.

,rpN 1 , P ,, ?? ., *; j 141,, } , Tf 1rO TEIP"-BDITf1 I SIR,-Tbe Zier poiM " Of the th ultino cofl ilf -a brief article' vbich i- ie 5ditable to our respected felow-townsman, as to his &diecoverY Ol tbe of deep- ing.-- IFhave-trg kinovn tbes uethor of-the-article, arid -bis acqa
16 October 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

LONDON CORN-EXCHANOE;I OCT. 12.._The past week'h arrivals of Wheat,and Flour were large; of; Barley, Oats, &e. tolerably good; The trade throughout the week was dull. This morning the fresh supplies are again good. The trade for Wheat has been firm for super fine parcels, other
16 October 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A SONG TO THE BELOVED ONE.

A SONG TO THE BELOVED ONE.

s' S . , 1 J ?? 1)A-.OVED 0-Ky (i (nia If/i J,"i, &UizizeTsity 3ifugr1ine fi)b OCtober.,I I{) TIII TIi PiIT -.g! 'l TI5 ITT1 ' 11' . (I,'1,iti oe',T;11 ;aT~ 1),. O;O\S! ii mnrC fr ct[ llottep.; ;il l floitIY oIllOwS, .A SO4I S i reti L zhl<III-', 01 ov Ni.st thil~ie e1, ;Vicf jlt
06 October 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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BELFAST NEWS CONTINUED.

BELFAST NEWS CONTINUED.

On Tuesday the pupils attending the Dispensary and Fever flospituil presented 'tlie House Surgeon, Mr. Thomp- son, with a splendid silver snuff-t ox, as a token of esteem for, his character arind professioifrlalrilities. ROiAl. BELFAsT INSTIToT\-.toThe following appoint- ments t
02 October 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WASTES®,

WASTES®,

V' 4 'i kADV middle aged Man to act a IiAUUEXtiII utiWjrfl’JiWAßD, ou >mull Demesne Ai i.e need apply whose dnracler v\ill not hear the strictest f honesty, soJFlel) , l deligence, and general good Cundnrt. ' Apply to Mr. COLE, Mayo Constitution” Odobrt 10, 1830 SALE GOING ON. A
19 October 1835 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
ORIGIN OF THE NOCTES.

ORIGIN OF THE NOCTES.

Mr. Willis, in bis ** Pencilling by the Way,” thus origin of the Xoctes Ambrosiaiur, in BluckicoofFt Miqazint slated to him in conversation by Professor Wilson; know Lockhart?* *No, Ido not.’ •• • 1 have known him 1.. U He was Edinboro* great while, and when was vsrriu* riut we
17 October 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
INCENDIARISM.

INCENDIARISM.

On Sunday night week last, the house of man named min Pitt, of WaJshoVLough, Rostare was set fire by unknown incendiary, and would in all probability, have been consumed, were it not that Pitt, who had been out ami his return home observed the flic, hastened to the spot and with
17 October 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
RAISING THE WIND.

RAISING THE WIND.

This last week one of the knowing ones has been bilking some of our town's-tolk.by pretending to belong to the ordnance department, and saying that he had been sent to engage lodgings for two Engineer officers, (Cooper and Peacock.) and their attendant Clerks, The fellow agreed
10 October 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland