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DUBININ. WILLIAM & JOHN CLUFF, WHOLESALE BUTTON, Trimming Haberdashery Merchants, CHAPEL-ALLEY, LOWER BRIDGE STREET, RETURN their sincere thanks to their

DUBININ. WILLIAM & JOHN CLUFF, WHOLESALE BUTTON, Trimming Haberdashery Merchants, CHAPEL-ALLEY, LOWER BRIDGE STREET, RETURN their sincere thanks to their

Friends, for the very liberal support they have received since their commencement in business; and now lake leave to inform them, that, in order toenable them to have always regular supply of GOODS oi/.e very best terms, ihey have found it necessary for o)fr '■' ' constantly to
12 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WILLIAM M‘CI*URE SON HAVE REMOVE]) No. 23, DONEGAL-PI.ACE! Entrance Office ami Wine Vanlls. tlio Rear, ronntßln.street. one door from 3&onegal-S«|uape;

WILLIAM M‘CI*URE SON HAVE REMOVE]) No. 23, DONEGAL-PI.ACE! Entrance Office ami Wine Vanlls. tlio Rear, ronntßln.street. one door from 3&onegal-S«|uape;

WHERE they offer for Snle a Stork of the Finest Choice Old WINES./t Pipes. Hogsheads, Quarter Cask, and Bottle, both Bond and Duty Pi ‘' ON MODERATE TERMS, the Concern, No. 31, DONEG Ali-STREET : one of the heat situation, Belfast for anv business— A only a« above. " <7
12 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CONSERVATIVES OF IGNORANCE

THE CONSERVATIVES OF IGNORANCE

They who will not instruct the Irish people, arraign them of ignorance : they will not cirilize them, and they upbraid them with barbarity. Here is, first, breach of morals, and, secondly, breach of logic. Can aught more criminal be imagined, than to stand between the mass of po
08 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
£3OOO TO BE LENT, OJWaQBTGAGE. Apply to J VIS, Solicitor, y 25sG3fTthur-Street. 28th Sept., 1835.

£3OOO TO BE LENT, OJWaQBTGAGE. Apply to J VIS, Solicitor, y 25sG3fTthur-Street. 28th Sept., 1835.

08 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FEE-SIMPLE ESTATES TO BE SOLD

FEE-SIMPLE ESTATES TO BE SOLD

FEE-SIMPLE ESTATES TO SOLD CO. DOWN. —To SOLD an Moiety of the Lands CROBANE, SlHnft’- TOWN, DERRYLACKA, and DYSERTS. jltt^the Tithe Composition of said Lands, containing Or. 7p., and the Moiety, producing an of 17s. These* Lands are situate within a mile and half of the Town of
08 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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CHAN John and Powell Foxall, Executors of Joseph Foxall, Esq., deceased, and Trustees and Devisees named in his Will, CERY.

CHAN John and Powell Foxall, Executors of Joseph Foxall, Esq., deceased, and Trustees and Devisees named in his Will, CERY.

PURSUANT to the Decree made lhf« Cause,bearing date the Cth day July, IKiJ.aml a subsequent Order, bearing date the September last, I will, on Friday, the 6th day of November neat, at the hour of S One o’Clock in the afternoon, my Charobcra, on the Innsquay, Dublin, Set up and S
08 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WILLIAM HENN

WILLIAM HENN

These Land* arc held in Fee, subject Crown rent £j 17*. JkL, British and by tba primed return of the survey made jfc27, Mr. Armstrong, Surre>cr for the Grand Jury County of Armagh, of the quantity in each in different Baronies, Liaadiait then con> toii.ed 2*. -Or. of arable land
13 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EARL OF KENUARE.

THE EARL OF KENUARE.

The Earl of Kenmare has resigned his Lieutenancy of the County of Kerry all the respectable Roman Catholic Magistrstee m the County mean to. follow his Lordship’s Evening Mail, Wishing to be polite—having for our whilom esteemed Contemporary's powers of face, the most entire res
13 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CIO. WESTMEATH—To be SOLD, part of / the Lands of USAQ'JIIX and KUCildy/KLOhi the Barony of Kilkenny West, and County

CIO. WESTMEATH—To be SOLD, part of / the Lands of USAQ'JIIX and KUCildy/KLOhi the Barony of Kilkenny West, and County

Wyiietim, containing thirty-eight statute acres, annum paid ona tenant, who has an t eresfn rWnT. Application to l»e made John J. Brarv, Solicitor, 9, Great Charles-stroet^Q (if letter, post paid). CO. WESTMEATH—T(t he SOLD, the Interest in Lease of Lives, renewable for ever, La
10 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONSJM VATI VS BVMT>n vir.

CONSJM VATI VS BVMT>n vir.

CONSJM VATI VS vir. cheering tiling read the speeches which made the Conservative Clubs in England, the mem* vt to meet together and show themselves Here in Ireland they have learned caution of lute, and Wisely keep the fool within,” except when such lads wax as Sheriff Drum mono
10 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland