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PRICK OF hfOCKS—Ocr. 10. Bunk Stork CotiKol*, p*»r Oci»i ........... Govprniuei>t Dcitpi.tu per Cent { Govertirtienl Stork, 3 l p»»r

PRICK OF hfOCKS—Ocr. 10. Bunk Stork CotiKol*, p*»r Oci»i ........... Govprniuei>t Dcitpi.tu per Cent { Govertirtienl Stork, 3 l p»»r

Cent. 9*3 Stor*, p**r Cent.. , Royal Citiml Ht0rk........ GritmlCana! tt percent Grmitl Canal Loan. percent. .. •"i TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Di bun Evening Post of Suturd.iy has not been received. The Cork Chronicle of Monday has not been received. Anonymous Correspondents tsn nev
14 October 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY

THE ARMY

Lieut- Col. Lord Brudenel will shortly gazetted the command of lltb L-glit Oiaguons, the Bengal Establishment. It M, S, Jupiter sailed from Porlsmouib on Saturday last with l.oid Auckland, the new Governor General India. Xbe 971b Kegiment will return to England from Ceylon in th
14 October 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CLONMEL HERALD DENS’S THEOLOGY. The Rev. Mr. Woods, of Marlboroughstreet, Dublin, received the following on Wednesday : Hereford, 5

THE CLONMEL HERALD DENS’S THEOLOGY. The Rev. Mr. Woods, of Marlboroughstreet, Dublin, received the following on Wednesday : Hereford, 5

Oct. 1835. SiK, I directed by the Committee of the Hereford Protestant Association to forward yon the Accompanying resolutions, and am, Sir, your very obedient servant, WM. YAPP, Hon. Secretary. Ata metingof the Coir-mittee of the Protestant association of the city and county of
14 October 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
,1. Bi .hnp of Dubl

,1. Bi .hnp of Dubl

,1. the same person uUo was , t am! who 1 6001. tor fh.it iilboi f i :i at Cevenl Garden i'he.itie. uhicii sum enabled one our uuiversttici ? I’crliapi. some have iven its course hv some CROYDON I’Kl'i V S TIIKtAVESIM. ( HONS.—Ocr. 10. !>e. hot u.it the To', t!o , (S.mrTiv.) coi.
14 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
a !>ut)cr in I.atty Crey'b service, v

a !>ut)cr in I.atty Crey'b service, v

!>ut)cr service, liii! done Iloski lliu willing tl'O the Lilc»i, ami fliou^i di^iiinilar. l»elt like manner, yet lli' witness s.:!■!, that one ('f th.c letters was found lawn, another was .sent Lady C*rev post, and that nly llrec days while th.c was in custody in •iol, another le
14 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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ini that liie muliier of lise prisoner was in her service

ini that liie muliier of lise prisoner was in her service

ini that liie muliier lise prisoner was in her service letter, ami that time j.iisoncr ti» the author it. intnaliuii i’.Ab witness .Mr. Libiioiubs-,-fij* Jitl nut Know the lime when Mis. Nash ttcr llis reason for tliinking it was the j • was only fiotn its rcsenihlir.g the I (iie
14 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARAB,

THE ARAB,

The noenlnlcbkue on the descu fell As the traveller reach'd the wished fir well; jail vain the hope that had cheered him on, hope in the dcae.. —the waters—were gone Painting, he crTd the Holy Name, And swilt o’er the dcseit an Arab came ; And with him bore that blessed thing Th
14 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
r AS WILKINSON, rio|iiclui, aimuu- to A rciulcr the lloiis>c wotlby ot ilic it lias l»i

r AS WILKINSON, rio|iiclui, aimuu- to A rciulcr the lloiis>c wotlby ot ilic it lias l»i

AS WILKINSON, rio|iiclui, aimuu- rciulcr the lloiis>c wotlby ilic lias l»i llicrto received, l»eg 1 lieuds ami the Public, that has luted it up in ucal and coud'orlijble manner, all iv/tavoui him with trial. V *if l'u Passengers by the Grand Canal Company his utmost exertions sha
14 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
iirv i! re*juircvl ; \

iirv i! re*juircvl ; \

iirv i! re*juircvl T.i i>rcvi.ii! !i»>i lc!l :>'i j aUciK i>- fi > ISKNG ami wanlb a Siumtioii a S J M;.ia Chiliircn’s Maul, Meaciy, acliv. Woman, who l.uam . j-ci y v, wa h ami make :l!, ami xvoik well !iei h.is iucinnhianec wiiatcver VV. V/., !, quay, shall iinetualiy altemJeti
14 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
imiyn! he lie.ir< •o.yfi. r_, at i

imiyn! he lie.ir< •o.yfi. r_, at i

imiyn! lie.ir< •o.yfi. r_, i ii n:-slrcL’t, or i'arl-strcot, « SaclvViiic-sluct | :',j ) J will »c. j»ccitully attended ACKD, and P Jr General Imieor Bci >r country. Any loimnaiuK ourt-strect, or (10, Grc it a Situatioti , a active {esleetiy well l!ie ce, or t..-. ,; \ ! SKN K1),
14 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland