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13 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A AKG A IN. r Sold, 20 per Cent, under value, :,ix dozen Claret, ten Port, and six dozen Sherry,

A AKG A IN. r Sold, 20 per Cent, under value, :,ix dozen Claret, ten Port, and six dozen Sherry,

ail ot juiaic quality. / The owner is removing from town part of Ireland, and save him the carriage the above, will dispose per Cent, under value Address V»'i Letter the Office Siunders’s Neve 15 AUR A K ANi' b 1-N S. Office Ordiiance, Dublin, !>ili October, 1835. lIR respective
13 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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13 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAIL. 4K!V 11 LONDON, OCT. 5. THE FUNDS. City, Monday, One o’Ciock.—Consols arc firm at W; 9*2, and the New*

MAIL. 4K!V 11 LONDON, OCT. 5. THE FUNDS. City, Monday, One o’Ciock.—Consols arc firm at W; 9*2, and the New*

hiee-und-a- Half per Cents, are at l y. Hai.k-past One— Consols for Account are Exchequer Bills are Io pm. Fo k »ls for Account closed All the Cabinet Ministers in town transacted business the Foreign Viscount Palmer.ton went FiiJ.iy evening to Windsor t») (tine wiih their Majes
08 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Peace-officer King staled that arrested the prisoner Aungier-streei. lhe property lK lnid he... pledged belonged to her Ik r shout

Peace-officer King staled that arrested the prisoner Aungier-streei. lhe property lK lnid he... pledged belonged to her Ik r shout

robbery, struck Bingham the eye. Mrs. Sherlock whipped stick from behind the counter .-ind hit witness three blows, the marks of which were to he observed upon his upper lip. A woman in the place threw different articles at them, and the arrival the police alone prevented murder
08 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PILO

PILO

CIVIL AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY." woi by anu observ he r peerage, new generations in fairer circumstances would furn sh new allies; the old oligarchical faction we may give up incurable, but their successor*, eligible birth, would feel the force of motives which have hitherto had th
14 October 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRAMORE RACES—Saturday.

TRAMORE RACES—Saturday.

TRAMORE RACES— Saturday. County Plate. Sweepstake* three sovs. each, 30 •or*, added for County Waterford horse*. Weight lor age. Tvo mile heats. Rode gentlemeu. Mr. m. Mag rath'* b h Diamond Mr. Phelan’* Mulgrave Mr. Murphy’s b h Roller Dr. Baker’sb h Erin-go-bragh Mr. Fleming's
14 October 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KILBEGGAN BREWERY, COUNTY WESTMEATH. TO BE LET, For «ucb Terms as may be agreed on, and immediate possession gi*en, Tj

KILBEGGAN BREWERY, COUNTY WESTMEATH. TO BE LET, For «ucb Terms as may be agreed on, and immediate possession gi*en, Tj

fTIHAT extensive Concerns, situated on the jL occupied by the late Mathias M‘Manus. There Dwelling-House, with large Garden, Out-offices, tdrden, *c., on the Premises. The Malt-House is upwards of 100 feet by 24, with Three Working Floors, Patent Kiln and Storage for 300 Barrels
12 October 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
¥or Xew Orleans. The Ship CgMsHROOK, CipUin Ws/()W. Tc Sail on the \t November, ¥or mobile.

¥or Xew Orleans. The Ship CgMsHROOK, CipUin Ws/()W. Tc Sail on the \t November, ¥or mobile.

10 October 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The China Tea Company rNFORM the Inhabitants Belfast, and its Vicinity that they have appointed WILLIAM GARRATT, AGENT for the

The China Tea Company rNFORM the Inhabitants Belfast, and its Vicinity that they have appointed WILLIAM GARRATT, AGENT for the

Sale of their TEAS. Packacea. from Two Ouncaa One Pound, the following PRICES, j Tb*«e Teas, being Imported direct from CHINA, can particularly recommended for their Strength and fina Flavour; and the character of the Company pledged to the Genuineness of all they Sell ALEXANDER
10 October 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland